The 5G Media Action Group launched at IBC 2019 to promote broadcast over future 5G cellular networks has just held its first General Assembly at the Geneva headquarters of the EBU (European Broadcasting Union).
From monetizing content and the latest IP content production and streaming methods to post-production and the status of ATSC 3.0, this year’s NAB Show NY has a full slate of keynote speakers and technical sessions that reflect what’s happening in the industry today and what attendees need to be successful.
Synamedia, self-proclaimed world largest independent video software provider, is strengthening its video network portfolio by partnering with (VoD) workflow technology vendor Telestream.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has unveiled “NEXT GEN TV” as the go-to-market name and logo for all ATSC 3.0-Enabled Tech Devices.
At the 2019 IBC convention this year it was clear that the consumer is king and, for broadcasters and content delivery platforms, reliably serving that on-demand ruler with hyper-adaptable operations that can reach many platforms simultaneously could secure the keys to the successful-business-model castle. In fact, this year’s conference theme—appropriately entitled “Consumers First: A New Era in Media”—represented a changing view among broadcasters: from “if you build a channel they will come” to “deliver those channels to wherever they are.”
The single most important fact in the entire film and television industry, wrote the late screenwriter William Goldman, is “nobody knows anything.”