All Event Sessions articles – Page 4

  • Environmental sustainability and the cloud

    Panel: Environmental sustainability and the cloud’s contribution to tackling climate change


    IBC2022: After a northern hemisphere summer scarred by destructive heatwaves, environmental sustainability has never been more important. Many media organisations have been working to roll out sustainability strategies but with varying success. As awareness grows, consumers will increasingly hold media organisation to account.

  • #GALSNGEAR - Changing workflows - Changing perspectives

    GALSNGEAR: Changing workflows; Changing perspectives


    IBC2022: This session focuses on women working at the intersection of technology and creativity, who are also making strides to build a more inclusive industry. Get an exclusive look at behind-the-scenes footage and workflows as we tackle creative and industry-wide challenges that affect everyone from production through distribution. This session ...

  • Demo-Sex, lies and video tapes- The truth behind your CDN logs

    Demo: Sex, lies and video tapes: The truth behind your CDN logs


    IBC2022: In the ever more competitive OTT market, high latency, buffering, and downtime don’t just lead to increase customer churn but can result in ruined relationships with viewers forever. Many OTT providers consider that having their own CDN infrastructure, whether it’s built in-house or by a third-party provider, enables them ...

  • Technical papers - How AI is advancing media production

    Technical papers: How AI is advancing media production


    IBC2022: The capabilities of artificial intelligence continue to surprise, and nowhere is this more evident than its ability to interpret video imagery and human speech. But can AI also be genuinely creative? And if so can its output be protected and exploited like human creative work? This session will ...

  • MPEG-5 LCEVC - V-Nova

    Demo: MPEG-5 LCEVC | V-Nova: MPEG-5 LCEVC boosts compression-speed tradeoff and reduces power consumption of AV1


    IBC2022: The presentation demonstrates how MPEG-5 LCEVC provides a boost to the tradeoff between compression efficiency and transcoding speed of any other codec. It covers several codecs including AV1 and also describes how LCEVC could simultaneously expand the mobile reach of AV1 and reduce the power consumption.

  • David Hancock OMDIA

    EDCF: Cinema looks forward to a changing future


    IBC2022: The European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) is once again hosting its long standing and much anticipated EDCF Global Cinema Seminar at IBC. As cinema recovers from the pandemic closures, change has been forced upon an industry that was embracing investment and premium technologies. The Seminar will address the key ...

  • Peter Siebert IEEE BTS

    DVB: shaping the future of television


    IBC2022: This IEEE BTS hosted session together with the DVB Project will cover the latest development of DVB. Over the last 29 years DVB has created and defined the technical basis for digital broadcast. One of the organisation’s key current focus is on IP delivery of audio / visual (AV) ...

  • state of audio technology and the next 5 years

    The John Logie Baird lecture: The state of audio technology and the next 5 years


    IBC2022: Innovation in audio for television and film has often had a strong lead over video technology. This session looks at the latest movements in audio, the sticking points and how this might change in the near future. What factors are holding back Next Generation Audio adoption? What are the ...

  • The convergence of linear & streaming

    The convergence of linear & streaming


    IBC2022: In partnership with Women in Streaming Media, this session takes a view on the industry-wide migration to cloud-based software. As broadcasters are looking to create infrastructure of the future, what are the focal points in building your tech stack?

  • Sustainability in news and sport operations

    Sustainability in news and sport operations


    IBC2022: Through being forced to implement remote capabilities in 2020, broadcasters have found new ways of bringing live content to viewers through powerful virtual production suites. Not only does this create technologically enabled efficiencies in workflows, but it allows for a smaller on-the-ground footprint. The speakers on this panel ...

  • sustainable future in tech

    Building a sustainable future in tech


    Hear from Google Cloud’s Director of Sustainability and Innovation on the company’s efforts in inspiring change in this area, and then dive in to how Google TV is working with partners and industry to tackle the end-to-end environmental sustainability of its full product line. This effort involves enabling our users ...

  • European Public Service Media and Eurovision

    The architects of European Public Service Media and Eurovision


    IBC2022: In partnership with the EBU, this session is a technical masterclass from the architects of Public Service Media and Eurovision.

  • Unique insights and research by IABM

    Looking to the future - Unique insights and research by IABM


    IBC2022: Presentation of the 2022 IABM State of the Industry Report.

  • Making sense of change in MediaTech

    Making sense of change in MediaTech


    IBC2022: In this session, we will reflect on the key trends in MediaTech identified by IABM research with a panel of executives from the supply-side of the business. In 2022, the outbreak of conflict has triggered some trends reminiscent of the past, including scarcity, inflation, and a reckoning for digital ...

  • content synergy with RTL & Deezer

    The power of content synergy with RTL & Deezer


    IBC2022: The media industry is facing drastic changes with more competition than ever. Signs of subscription fatigue abound and established leaders come up with brand new, content strategy and audience insights-driven solutions to create unique content experiences that truly engage and retain audiences.

  • Still bleeding edge?

    Virtual production - Still bleeding edge?


    IBC2022: Virtual Production tools are maturing from specialty use cases to practical implementation in broadcast and scripted production pipelines. Join members of the SMPTE Rapid Industry Solutions On Set Virtual Production Initiative Advisory Group for a conversation on where solutions are maturing and areas that are still challenging to navigate. ...

  • SMPTE- The art of the possible

    SMPTE: The art of the possible: Moving media workflows to the cloud​


    IBC2022: There’s a lot of talk throughout the Media industry about moving workflows to the cloud. But what is real, and what is imagined? The good news is that more media workloads are becoming possible using cloud infrastructure, and the benefits in terms of agility, flexibility, responsiveness, and efficiency are ...

  • Accelerator - Volumetric video

    Accelerator - Volumetric video for broadcasting, metaverse production and RT3D assets


    IBC2022: This IBC Accelerator will showcase the evolution of the traditional broadcast pipeline to incorporate the latest content creation technologies such as volumetric, motion capture, live action and 3D render engine, ensuring efficient delivery of real-time content for multiple platforms including broadcast, live-streaming, the metaverse and interactive channels.

  • Accelerator - Next generation news studio

    Accelerator - Next generation news studio


    IBC2022: Never had there been so many existing technologies that can be integrated in the production of news content. In tandem with shifting audience trends in news consumption, this exciting IBC Accelerator project set out to explore and define a futureproof concept for News studios.

  • managing the last metre in the home

    SCTE: managing the last metre in the home


    IBC2022: Historically, an ISP managed networked services, then provided the connectivity to the modem in the customer’s premises – the last mile. The expectation then was that the customer would have the technical ability to manage the local area network (LAN) and services in-house. As the LAN became Wifi, so ...