Your guide to what’s happening this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.
Large live events, particularly royal ones, have always been at the forefront of driving television technology in the UK and the latest royal wedding is no exception.
The unfolding drama involving three of the world’s largest media groups has all the ingredients of an Oscar-winning script, writes Ray Snoddy.
A second IBC365 roundtable discussion, hosted by Claire Tavernier, explores the relationship between traditional sports and the emerging eSports community. How can eSports producers engage audiences and meet their expectations as well as monetise content?
We don’t have to cast our minds back very far to recall a time when, if you didn’t like what you were watching on television, you had two choices: turn it over or turn it off, reflects Michael Crimp.
As competitive pressures from new media escalate, broadcasters and content owners are experimenting with new business models, writes Lorenzo Zanni.
New technology allows us to tell stories in innovative ways, but we need to create great content if immersive is to be successful, says Sol Rogers.
Without any doubt, the future of the broadcast industry will be increasingly influenced by the Cloud-based technologies, but today is there still a place for on-premise video servers? And if so, what will these servers look like and how will they operate? Will everything be remote production over IP networks?
2017 was IBC's 50th Anniversary. For the occasion a commemorative book was created, documenting the history of the world's leading media, entertainment and technology show.
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