While cloud-based, decentralized infrastructures are increasingly becoming an efficient way to produce and distribute live and pre-recorded television content, it all starts with a control room, physically located somewhere that must be staffed and sources managed with the utmost care. However it’s not only broadcasters, but also corporations, churches, a
With viewers scattered across multiple platforms, the need for content has increased exponentially. So too has the need for an efficient way to manage assets on a large scale. At the IBC Show in Amsterdam, Sept. 9-12, the Media Asset Management (MAM) technology and systems required to support this growing
Media companies face more complex challenges than ever in a fragmented, fast-evolving landscape. Delivering live video across multiple platforms and geographies requires robust and scalable video transport solutions. To meet today’s required scale and unlock further monetization potential, broadcasters need viable and reliable alternatives to satellite and fiber, which a
EBU R143 formalizes security practices for both broadcasters and vendors. This comprehensive list should be at the forefront of every broadcaster’s and vendor’s thoughts when designing and implementing IP media facilities.
In part one of this series, we looked at why machine learning, with particular emphasis on neural networks, is different to traditional methods of statistical based classification and prediction. In this article, we investigate some of the applications specific for broadcasters that ML excels at.