Impossible Founders Lily Cole and Kwame Ferreira discuss the impact of technology on the media space, planet-centric design and driving impactful change across businesses.
IBC2019: Experts from the FA, F1, ESL and Eurosport discuss using data in sport broadcasting
Universal Music’s Olivier Robert-Murphy discusses staying culturally relevant In a digital world where consumers are “always on” and have higher demands
IBC2019: Consumers want more than just extra pixels, industry experts tell IBCTV
IBC2019: A supermarket retailer who released its own take on the BLT sandwich ahead of London’s Gay Pride weekend (the LGBLT) was used as an example of how not to market content to consumers during Sunday Morning’s Business of Marketing Content session.
IBC2019: Vice’s Dominique Delport talks growth opportunities, empowering youth and Bruce Lee in this IBCTV interview
IBC2019: EBU’s Claudia Vaccarone talks to IBCTV about the IBC2019 Awards
IBC2019: Broadcasters speak to IBCTV following their Global Gamechangers panels
IBC2019: Voice could play a key role in shaping the future of the global entertainment, according to Android TV senior director Shalini Govil-Pai who gave IBC delegates a glimpse of the future during a Keynote session.
IBC2019: Speakers from Vice, Pluto TV and Bauer Media dicussed business models in the digital age.
IBC2019: Where would IBC be without a panel looking at ‘Next Generation TV’ and the threat to conventional broadcasting? IBC 2019 is no different, and this year’s session compared and contrasted HbbTV (Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV) and the USA’s ATSC 3.0.
IBC2019: Gary Shapiro, President/CEO at the Consumer Technology Association and a IBC keynote speaker on Friday, told delegates that technology is a global gamechanger.
YouTube’s Cécile Frot-Coutaz opened the conference talking about the platform’s relationship with Pay-TV providers and audiences
IBC2019: Regulators need to respond faster to changing viewer habits and the rise of the FAANGs, according to European broadcasting chiefs.
IBC2019: Britbox president Soumya talks to IBCTV about the future of the ITV/BBC JV which is set to launch in the UK.
YouTube head of EMEA Cécile Frot-Coutaz talks to IBC365 about the Google-owned platform’s plans for the future, including how it is dealing with harmful content.
The Nordic market will see “deep co-operation” between broadcasters and TV distributors amid the rise of the FAANGs explains Discovery Norway CEO Tine Jensen.
Delivering live content successfully requires an interplay of technology and cloud-based workflows to meet viewing demand for high-quality streams, explains ITV’s Andrew Pearson.
The key to broadcasters remaining relevant and resilient is investing in new technology, audience engagement and collaboration explains ITV head of content technology Kevin Kennedy.
DTG chief executive Richard Lindsay-Davies on why the media industry needs to make sure that viewers don’t notice the transition to a hybrid IP world.
DTG chief executive Richard Lindsay-Davies speaks to IBC365 on the importance of good UX, opportunities and challenges.
The SRT Alliance celebrated its two year anniversary with 200 official members and an Emmy to its name, Alliance leader Sylvio Jelovcich told IBC365 about its announcements and success since launch and what is on the agenda next.
Red Bee Media chief services portfolio officer Dave Travis says “hardware is a thing of the past and software is the future,”
The in-car entertainment systems is one of France 24’s new distribution charter explains director of technical solutions for distribution David Couret.
PP Foresight media and telco analyst Paolo Pescatore explains how 5G must be optimised to deliver video content efficiently.
France 24’s David Couret tells IBC365 enriching its EPG data and curating the searchability of content is key to the best user experience.
France 24 director of technical solutions for distribution David Couret tells IBC365 why its championing OTT distribution and following its audience to digital platforms.
Red Bee Media has partnered with V-Nova to overcome bandwidth and encoding issues for its remote production offering.
Red Bee Media has invested in a private cloud along with Cisco’s privacy solution, chief services portfolio officer Dave Travis explained the “massively transformational” investment.
From the emergence of niche providers of specialist applications to a shift in business models as vendors content with the move from capex to opex, the adoption of the cloud has far-reaching implications.
NAB 2019: Industry experts tell IBC365 about the trends that dominated the Las Vegas exhibition and conference.
IBC365’s Alana Foster outlines her expected trends and anticipations for Mobile World Congress 2019.
Experts at the cutting edge of esports explore opportunity within the market, including content evolution and brand partnerships, whilst keeping a close eye on governance and regulation.
Demystifying the hype around 5G, experts discuss the promise and expectations of ultra high-speed mobile connectivity and its potential for the media and entertainment sector.
Tedial’s Jérôme Wauthoz is joined by Daniel McDonnell of Timeline TV to present a case study exploring the huge impact of AI on the production of live sports.
IBC2018: Arqiva Chief Information Officer Denis Onuoha explores Machine Learning and Artifical Intelligence potential to track and kill cyber threats.
Beano, W12 and Imira execs share insight on ways to engage niche audiences, the advantage of digital and tailoring viewing experiences.
Panellists discuss the changes from digital and on-demand experiences to audiences changing expectations and the production of higher quality content than ever before.
Former Channel 4 Chief Executive and the founder of Wonderhood Studios David Abraham on the convergence of advertising and content creation.
Accelerating and engaging with audiences, MTGx Chief Executive Jette Nygaard-Andersen talks about “following the eyeballs” and the future with eSports, VR and voice recognition.
The traditional advertising industry and established brands are approaching a “tipping point”, says Havas Group Chief Insights and Analytics Officer and Havas X Chief Executive Maria Garrido.
Video: Audiences viewing habits are changing but what is the future for traditional linear TV?
Technology giants are often regarded as a threat, however, Havas X Chief Executive and Havas Group Chief Insights and Analytics Officer Maria Garrido says “they should be enablers to drive better connections with people”.
As telcos look toward verticals for 5G, IBC Chief Executive Michael Crimp and TM Forum Chief Executive Nik Willetts explain how the TM Forum’s Catalyst programme can develop use cases within the media and entertainment industry.
In part three of this IBC365 discussion our panel of experts define the ways in which telcos can attract customers and stay relevant within the content value chain.
In part two of this IBC365 discussion our panel of experts discuss the key components of creating digital content.
Three Head of Digital Entertainment Christian Harris describes the partnerships telcos need in order to maintain customer engagement.
In part one of this IBC365 discussion our panel of experts explore the issue of convergence between the telco and media markets.
Jukin Media Senior Director of Business Development Jean Coffey talks through the key elements of mobile optimised content.
BT Sport Director of Mobile Strategy Matt Stagg explains the impact 5G will have on the way content is distributed and consumed.
Telecoms & Media Analyst Paolo Pescatore on the importance of providing premium content.
21st Century Fox Director Content Protection, Europe and Africa Pascal Hetzscholdt on the challenges media companies face in combatting cyber attacks.
Perform Group Chief Information Security Officer Daniel Schatz on how cyber security will evolve and the impact of machine learning.
Ascot Barclay Group Chief Information Security Officer Mike Loginov on hackers’ motives.
DPP Managing Director Mark Harrison on how to guard against cyber threats without stifling creativity.
For broadcasters and media firms, cyber security threats come from a range of sources, including hackers, government agencies and cyber criminals. In this IBC365 discussion, a panel of experts explore what can be done to protect content and safeguard businesses.
NAB 2018: Transitioning broadcast operations to the cloud for flexible and cost-effective services that can be scaled up or down.
NAB 2018: Analyst Ben Keen on the dynamic clash of cultures between internet platforms and traditional broadcasting businesses.
NAB 2018: DPP Managing Director Mark Harrison on how interoperable master format (IMF) is the solution to expensive, complex and time-consuming versioning for content creation.
NAB 2018: Andy Quested on the trends across the show floor at NAB 2018, from AI to IP and its applications to international standards and quality control.
Trials in PyeongChang and Russia look set to open doors for new business models and innovation across broadcast, media and entertainment.
Ericsson Head of Head of Portfolio Marketing for Europe and Latin America Kris Hardiman on Ericsson’s role in the broadcast sector, changing consumer viewing habits and the impact of 5G.
Whistle Sports Network Managing Director Jeff Nathenson on how social media has changed the consumption of sports with fandom extending beyond live matches.
IBC2017: In order to predict the future, The Future Reality Theatre featured a panel of experts that looked back at the key techniques that have shaped the industry.
Interview: Netflix Manager of Production Engineering Jimmy Fusil on overcoming the UHD challenge and managing big data.
IBC2017: Facebook Watch: creating a community for new content, growing audience and making money.
IBC2017: Social media channels want to provide a challenge to the long-form content aired on pay and free-to-air TV channels.
SMPTE announced the approval of standard ST2110 during IBC2017, Howard Lukk and Barbara Lange discuss the developments.
IBC2017: How are broadcasters responding to digital disruption in the world’s largest TV market?
IBC2017: Industry experts discuss the transformation of broadcast, 5G, advertising, generating revenue, social media and the great content versus data debate.
The Facebook 360 team demonstrated at IBC2017 the ecosystem of products to immerse audiences in 360-degree experiences that are easy to share on Facebook.
Blockchain offers data management and transparency, but how can the technology be adopted by the broadcasting industry?
Industry leaders on the ’Hot or Not’ panel, discuss VR, AR, voice, personalisation and predictions for the future.
IBC2017 Leaders’ Summit: Broadcasters face a challenging and exciting future, says Andrew Neil.
Case studies about the innovative use of bots in news and entertainment.
A panel of experts that span the supply chain discuss where the drive for higher resolution images is coming from and consider the challenges in creating and delivering UHD content.
Blockchain has been touted as having the potential to revolutionise finance and commerce, but what about the media industry?
An overview of the ST 2110 suite, including insight into how the family of SMPTE standards can be used to achieve agile and flexible solutions for professional media live production.
Facebook Product Director Daniel Danker and MTG Denmark CEO Kim Poder speak about the rise of fan and friend power in the media ecosystem.
Leading CTOs from around the world discuss the latest technologies that they think will help to grow their businesses.
President of Viveport and SVP Virtual Reality at HTC Vive Rikard Steiber in conversation with Factory 42 CEO John Cassy on the latest developments in immersive experiences.
Hanson Robotics Founder Dr David Hanson is joined on stage by two of his company’s creations: Sophia and Professor Einstein.
How some of the most radical ideas of tomorrow are being discovered within institutional academia, not just by dropouts in garages.
Dr Saul Berman, Chief Strategist, Global Business Services and Daniel Toole, Media Entertainment Leader, IBM, discuss IBM’s collaborative research paper, Becoming a “living” media partner for your consumers, with IBCTV at IBC2017.
IBC2017: Crowds assembled to watch the IBC Legends take on the stars of Lucky Ajax in a football match that has helped to raise over €25K for charity.
IBC2017: In a specially-recorded video for IBC2017 internet co-founder Vint Cerf shares his thoughts on the evolution of the internet.
IBC2017: The Future Zone at IBC is awash with innovation, from a flexible 8K OLED display to VR with haptics.
Billy Zane gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how The Convergence Lab is working to create life-changing advancements in the fields of VR, AR and AI.
IBC2017: IBC celebrates its 50th anniversary, media commentator Ray Snoddy discusses themes and what to look out for at the conference.
The Chief Executive of WPP talks about China, Cuba and creativity and runs his eye over everything from the future of advertising, ad blocking, ad funding of content to the impact of social media and Brexit.
Despite media coverage to the contrary Google does not believe TV is dead. It is, however, facing its biggest disruption yet - the mobile revolution, which in turn has led to an increase in video consumption.
Hendrik McDermott, Senior Vice President, Branded on Demand (SVOD) at NBC Universal International, talks about the decision to launch Hayu as a multiscreen app rather than a channel as research showed the growth portential in this area was huge.
Netflix VP of Business Develoment, EMEA Christopher Whiteley dicusses the company’s distribution strategy and its extensive partnership programme.
Olivier Schaak offers advice on how to develop a story in a multi-platform world.
Artificial Intelligence is being used to give audience insight - view this IBM presentation to find out what it can find out
Linear TV can still deliver large audiences, particularly when it comes to sporting and other major events, but new options for delivering content provide better opportunities for collecting and analysing viewer data.
Stefan Lederer, CEO, bitmovin, offers an overview of the video infrastructure for the web and advises on how to set up and deploy cutting-edge OTT services for all platforms and all use cases in the cloud.
Kavi Maharajh, VP, Product Marketing at Quickplay, discusses trends in the OTT and Pay-TV market and the challenges facing content and service providers to deliver next-generation TV, with a focus on monetisation and service delivery.
IBC’s Interoperabiltity Zone proved a hit at last year’s show, with areas covering interoperabilty in the transport of professional audio and video, the timing and the discovery.
Michel de Wolf talks about the LiveIP Project and how it is now possible to produce live TV on IP, while Sara Kudrle discusses the importance of AIMS in the transition to IP.
Tony Emerson, Worldwide MD, Media & Cable, Microsoft, reminisces about the 2016 Rio Olympics which utilised Microsoft Cloud solutions.
Janet Snowdon, Director Media and Entertainment Industry Solutions at IBM, highlights a number of key challenges facing the industry as consumers look for more ways to engage with content.
Per Kangru, Technologist in the CTO Office at Viavi, explains how to get ahead of your competition by exceeding expected standards.
2016 conversation with Fabrice Mollier, then Deputy General Manager, Marketing Strategy and Innovation, TF1 Publicite-In October 2016, Monsieur Mollier was appointed President, TF1 Distribution chez TF1 le Groupe
Olivier Bovis, Head of Media Solutions at Sony Professional, highlights what he sees as the most important technology for the industry now and in the future.