Achieve a greater appreciation of the intricacies of AI, its theory of operation, and the methodologies needed to make it work. Discover how AI and ML is delivering better workflows and television programming.
For good security you should treat your virtual infrastructure like cattle not pets, or maybe crops instead of gardens.
In this latest episdoe of Bruce’s Shorts, Bruce Devlin looks at the benefits of good security.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is suddenly all the rage, with the potential to assist in many areas of the industry from network diagnostics to edit assembly. The BroadcastBridge gets under the skin of AI to ask how useful is machine learning today in media today. Simon Trudelle, Senior Director, Product Marketing, NAGRA share his thoughts.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is suddenly all the rage, with the potential to assist in many areas of the industry from network diagnostics to edit assembly. The BroadcastBridge gets under the skin of AI to ask how useful is machine learning today in media today. Steve Plunkett, CTO, Broadcast and Media Services, Ericsson share his thoughts
Tuesdays HPA Tech Retreat was all about 360 and VR, and Wednesday focused on the versioning explosion. On the final day, delegates were given a summary of the current state of the industry, and the influences of artificial intelligence on media and broadcasting.
The broadcast and content production landscape has never been more competitive. Because viewers now have many viewing options, content delivering systems must be smarter. Data analytics driven decision-making can help any media company maximize both efficiency and revenues.
The arcane world of metadata has been enlivened by automation with the promise of efficiency savings in asset management and much richer labelling of content to enhance discovery. At the same time, there are hopes at last of the field being unified behind common standards, which is essential as video services become increasingly global through online distribution with wider access to premium content.
Media asset management vendors are having to evolve as workflows move to the cloud. One way they are doing so is to segment part of their product offer into orchestration but – just as with MAM - it’s not entirely clear that everyone means the same thing when they use the term. The Broadcast Bridge asks a number of MAM vendors and consultants for their view on whether orchestration is a MAM by any other name.
It was exactly a year ago that the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA)’s long-time President Leon Silverman announced he was leaving the organization that he helped found to make room for the next generation of leadership and a newly expanded Board of Directors. The move surprised some, but was seen as a natural progression of an organization that since 1993 has supported individuals and businesses that provide creative and technical expertise, support, tools and infrastructure for professional content creation, distribution and archive.