As well as providing functionality, tangible products present the opportunity of adding worth through their aesthetic appearance, cost of manufacture and development expenditure adds to the perceived barrier to entry for other vendors, and combined with low volumes, the cost to broadcasters has been traditionally very high.
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 Broadcast Bridge gets under the skin of AI to ask how useful is Machine Learning (ML) in media today. Chris Hodges, managing director, Accenture - Communications, Media & Technology shares his thoughts.
Cinegy is launching Cinegy News Pack and Cinegy Ops Pack at IBC.
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.
Small and medium-sized independent cable operators face numerous disadvantages in keeping up with advances in content delivery. Without the same range of technical and financial resources as their larger counterparts, these operators need cost-effective options that don’t require investing in large-scale infrastructure. There is a solution.
Companies Cedexis and Mux announced at IBC 2017 a joint solution to cost-effectively drive superior Quality of Experience (QoE) through data-driven global traffic management. This partnership enables video publishers to gain clear visibility over their users’ video experiences, while using unique algorithms to guarantee optimal QoE at the lowest possible cost.