The broadcast TV exhibition dilemma is that many of those who need answers the most are often too busy to make the trip.
The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) has adopted the OpenFog Consortium’s reference architecture for fog computing. This may prove significant to broadcasters in the OTT era.
This year’s IBC2018 Show will feature a broad range of ambitious and timely elements to engage, inform and inspire content creators and owners from around the world that will visit the RAI, Amsterdam from 13-18 September 2018.
Lisa Tobin, the executive producer for audio at the New York Times, will be a featured Global Gamechanger speaker at IBC, discussing how the power of podcasting and audio is transforming the news industry.
As Internet connections get more ubiquitous and data streaming speeds increase exponentially, the next era of TV viewing will offer new types of cloud-based hardware and artificial intelligence software that will provide a seamless viewer experience, no matter the resolution or what platform the content is being consumed on.
This year’s IBC press conference featured four eloquent and notable speakers: Micheal Crimp (IBC CEO), Roger Thornton (IBC Convention Chairman), Jessica Lapsiwaia (Head of Content for IBC) and Kim Jackson (Co-Founder and President of Entertainment at Singular DTV). However, Jackson stole the spotlight with her talk on the emerging uses for blockchain and its potential applications within the broadcast and media industry.
Announced at IABM’s BaM Awards party at the 2018 IBC Show in Amsterdam, winners spanned nine categories.
At a time when broadcasters are being challenged to produce more localized content for multiple languages, remotely produced live events are gaining traction with sports producers around the world. NEP Media Solutions is making multi-language production cost-effective with its Remote Commentary system.
It’s IBC time. Pack your bags and head to Amsterdam as the 2018 IBC show is ready to roll. This year’s event is focused on all things IP and at least a dozen other themes including new equipment, technology security and Next Gen television.