While the drive to ever-higher resolution video may have taken a back seat to ‘Covid quality’ in recent times, other aspects of imaging and immersive have come to the fore – and we have all been reminded of the importance of high quality audio. In this session, we will look at all the latest developments in imaging and immersive technology – both video and audio.
Read this e-guide to learn why Video Intelligence is important for the Media and Sports Industry and how to use specialized Video Intelligence to derive business value.
Explore Video Intelligence for Media and Sports enterprises and its importance in enhancing customer experience with this guide.
Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve is without question one of the most popular video editing, compositing, audio processing and color-grading solutions currently available on the market. It is widely used by production houses, broadcasters and Hollywood studios alike to create stunning movies and TV shows.
MOG has been providing high-quality, cost-effective solutions for OBVans Production for years. More than ever, Broadcasters and Media Companies need to optimize rack usage, without compromising video quality, while still ensuring its multiple distribution and storage needs.
We are joined by Chris Wood, CTO and Founder at Spicy Mango to find out more about the company and how they have built a business model around professional services.
We discuss Bespoke vs off the shelf solutions and why bespoke will nearly always be more cost effective in the long term. Chris talks us through the alternative approaches available and what differentiates Spicy Mango in the marketplace.
On Demand Webinar from IABM Member Digital Nirvana
As we’ve seen with the global events of the last eight months, a world without video would be dreadful. Imagine this situation without global connectivity, or the sharing of information. 100 years ago, Spanish Flu devastated the world, and one explanation for that outcome was a lack of information. We have come a long way since then, and the media and entertainment world has played a vital role in dealing with the current pandemic.
De Tune, a global industry-leading media and entertainment company, chose Tata Communications’ media network and cloud services to drive its global production operations. Watch how our solutions consolidated multiple vendors into one cohesive media ecosystem and simplified content production and distribution.
FIND OUT HOW MILLIONS OF FANS AROUND THE WORLD GET TO SEE THE RACE UNFOLD
ORIOL PUIGDEMONT – A FAN’S PERSPECTIVE
Oriol Puigdemont has been a motorsports journalist since 2004, covering different race categories such as MotoGP, Formula 1 and Dakar Rally. Not many people get to go ‘behind the scenes’ at a MotoGP event with one of the world’s largest telecommunications specialists, Tata Communications.
As a fan of the sport, and someone who makes a point of trying to keep up with technology, I thought I might have an idea of what was required to set up a live control centre and broadcast the action around the world. But, you can honestly only begin to appreciate the size and scale of the logistics needed, by seeing something like this first-hand. And I was fortunate enough to have that exclusive access at the Italian Grand Prix. I visited the Tata Communications control centre at the Mugello Circuit in Tuscany, Italy, just hours before the race was due to start.
My remit was to find out how millions of fans around the world got to see the race unfold. This is a story about what goes on behind the scenes; the vast, almost mind-blowing technology that works in the background to make it happen.
Research reveals that there were around 2.4 billion Internet users in 2014. By June 2019, that number doubled to 4.4 billion. That’s an 83% increase in the Internet user base in a span of just five years.