We talk to Tony Taylor, Executive Chairman at TMD about a number of topics around the company including:
- TMD’s MAM system Mediaflex and how it enables you to Acquire, Manage and Deliver content
- Global Customer Case studies including YLE, Wildbrain, Discovery US, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, and DPS
- The benefits of workflow orchestration and how important it is for a business to be able to implement automated workflows
- TMD’s product Coeus, an intuitive cloud-based service for short and long term storage, management and protection of media content
We are joined by GB Labs Chief Product Officer Howard Twine for an overview of their Unify Hub, looking at the technology and finding out how it can unify and collaborate remote production workflow.
We are joined in this interview by Michael Thielen, Vice President for Radio solutions at CGI to discuss Remote Radio Production and how it has changed in the last 12 months.
We look at the challenges that broadcasters have faced during recent times and how CGI has been able to help it’s clients to stay productive even with most of their staff members working remotely.
Michael looks ahead at whether broadcasters will move their production more and more to a non-stationary workflow and finally looks at other factors driving change in the Broadcast and Media market.
With this joint IABM/HPA session, the experts covered a wide range of topics including Movie Labs covering new scripted content, next generation architectures and workflows, immersive sound, Opera in VR, what’s changing in business models, acceptable quality and reliability, along with thoughts on security.
In this session, we hear from Avi Cohen (LiveU - COO and co-Founder), Tim Stevens (Verizon - Global Leader, Strategic Innovation, Media & Entertainment) and Dave Pirrocco (Verizon – Distinguished Architect, Advanced Technology Group) about the issues they are seeing when it comes to live events.
We hear how the Media Gateway works and where they see MEC and 5G contributing to live video workflows.
In this fireside chat, we talk to a sports broadcaster about the move to remote production workflows, the impact of direct-to-consumer on sports technology sourcing and the implications of these trends for media technology providers.
A panel session featuring executives from leading news organizations explores how they are responding to the disruption caused by the pandemic, and the increased thirst for news it has brought. What technologies and workflows have they adopted to keep delivering amid all the movement restrictions, and will these be sustained when the world returns to some kind of normality?
In this session, we will look at developments in technologies that enable creativity and content crafting. The pandemic has driven innovation in remote working and collaboration, accelerating the use of cloud in content production workflows alongside other innovations. In this session, we hear from end users and technology providers about the new technologies and workflows they are tapping to continue high quality, effective production in these changed times.
With remote working set to remain a big part of media workflows for the foreseeable future, we examine how to:
- Provide secure remote access with no VPN.
- Find the best PCoIP client.
- Provide seamless storage and asset management – anywhere.
Like multinational organizations everywhere, Cisco Television started the year with one set of goals and expectations in mind – and then woke up to a harsh new reality when the global Coronavirus pandemic hit. Almost overnight, we had to transition from a producer of major, high-profile, in-person events to an almost completely remote operation. Here’s the rundown on how we’ve accomplished that and the enabling technologies that have come into play.