One cannot get very far with electricity without the topic of batteries arising. Broadcasters in particular have become heavily dependent on batteries to power portable equipment such as cameras and lights.
The venerable field of audio/visual (AV) packaging is undergoing a renaissance in the streaming age, driven by convergence between broadcast and broadband, demand for greater flexibility, and delivery in multiple versions over wider geographical areas requiring different languages and varying rights.
Multi-CDN is a standard model for today’s D2C Streamers, which automatically requires a CDN selection solution. As streaming aims to be broadcast-grade and cost-effective, how are CDN Selection solutions evolving to support these objectives?
As users working from home are no longer limited to their working environment by the concept of a physical location, and infrastructures are moving more and more to the cloud-hybrid approach, the outdated concept of perimeter security is moving aside for zero-trust security.
As broadcasters and content distribution services continue to look for the most cost-effective ways to create and distribute content in the cloud, equipment vendors have shown the flexibility of their respective technologies to be operated remotely, with precision and efficiency.