All Event Sessions articles – Page 6

  • Content localisation

    Content localization – New markets for big events


    IBC2022: Jeremy Dujardin, CTO Global Media and Entertainment Services at Tata Communications, and Peter Abecassis, Senior Product Marketing Manager from Grass Valley, talk about how Tata Communications’ Media Cloud partnered with Grass Valley and the GV Playout X product running on AMPP, to bring both European and American football to ...

  • IBC2022 MovieLabs 2030 Vision Update

    MovieLabs 2030 Vision update: Implementing the vision


    IBC2022: Join senior leaders of key cloud, applications and services providers who are implementing the 2030 ‘Vision’ and follow the foundational MovieLabs “Principles to Practice”.

  • Zixi

    In conversation with Zixi


    IBC2022: Zixi CEO Gordon Brooks will moderate a panel with representatives from Paramount and Disney Streaming Services for a discussion on how Zixi innovation has solved specific problems of live event management and solutions for efficiently delivering not only 24 x 7 live linear but also OU and event applications.

  • Balanced computing

    Balanced computing: Choosing the right balance between on prem, edge and cloud deployments


    IBC2022: Simply put, ‘Balanced Computing’ is about choosing the right combinations of hardware and software and deploying them in a balanced way between on-prem, edge and public or private cloud. In this session, our panel explain how this approach is ideally suited for large event productions where rights-owners are required ...

  • The trends shaping broadcast and streaming presented by Omdia

    The trends shaping broadcast and streaming presented by Omdia


    IBC2022: This session is in two parts, in the first Matthew Bailey will present insights into the advertising revolution – how CTV, FAST, and AVOD are reshaping the TV and video landscape. Matthew will give an overview of Omdia’s exclusive IBC report, examining the rapidly evolving – and growing – ...

  • Seagate 2

    Demo: Solve your M&E data management challenges with innovative storage


    IBC2022: Media and entertainment companies are creating remarkable amounts of content resulting in vast amounts of data. Managing all this data so it can be easily shared, analyzed, and accessed across the media and entertainment chain remains a challenge. Demanding video streaming services, higher camera resolutions and broadcasting formats, as ...

  • Content Localization – One Event for Many Markets 3x2

    Content Localisation – One Event for Many Markets


    IBC2022: Ian Cockett, GVP Engineering and Technology at Warner Bros. Discovery, and John Carter, Director of Business Development, Live Sports, from Grass Valley, talk about Warner Bros Discovery use GV AMPP to produce remote live events for multiple audiences in multiple languages, why cloud-based production was key to their implementation, ...

  • The Modern Media Market

    The Modern Media Market: Enabling Scale & Automating Operations for Advertising & Content Management


    IBC2022: Ben Tatta will share his view of the transformation underway in the global media market. The session will cover everything from current business trends and how media companies can excel in a complex market, to the technology required to support operational flexibility and growth. Interoperability and automation are essential ...

  • Webvision-preview

    RISE: Strive to Rise


    IBC2022: Strive to Rise is a new formal recognition programme designed by Rise for companies working across the media technology industry working towards gender equality. This initiative has been designed to encourage and celebrate good practice within organisations and to support companies to increase and diversify their pool of talent. ...

  • Webvision-preview

    TNW Talks @ IBC: Mobile & 5G


    IBC2022: 5G is transforming how we consume and create content across mobile devices. 5G roll-out continues to accelerate around, bridging distances and bringing hyper-rich experiences to the hands of the public. But this is just the beginning - what will come next as we push the limits of 5G and ...

  • Webvision-preview

    Unleashing the value of UKTV content with AWS Media2Cloud


    IBC2022: For British broadcaster UKTV, the move to the cloud has been central to reengineering its media supply chain. Hear from Antony Joyce, Head of Architecture & Technology Platforms at UKTV about their customer journey to the cloud, including benefits around sustainability.

  • Webvision-preview

    Disney & Lumen: Partnering on CDN configuration standards


    IBC2022: The interchange of content delivery configuration metadata, capacity limits, and logs between the various entities in the delivery ecosystem is essential for efficient interoperability. Standardization of these data models and interfaces becomes particularly important as content providers such as Disney employ multi-CDN and open caching strategies and want to ...

  • IBC2022 Get the LED out

    Get the LED out! Virtual production innovation with AWS and Mo-Sys Engineering


    IBC2022: Listen to how Mo-Sys Engineering worked with AWS to get an idea from cocktail napkin to a cloud enabled service providing cost effective virtual production services to production companies. James Uren and Matt Herson will discuss the Mo-Sys Engineering Deferred Cloud Rendering service and how it provides an innovative ...

  • Webvision-preview

    MovieLabs 2030 vision update: Studio perspective


    IBC2022: Just prior to IBC2019, MovieLabs, the technology joint venture of the major Hollywood Studios released The Evolution of Content Creation, a white paper that created broad industry impact, recognition and alignment around the foundational principles of how the industry would migrate production workflows to the Cloud. Now known as ...

  • Webvision-preview

    Colour in the cloud


    IBC2022: In this session, join AWS’s Katrina King and FilmLight Managing Director Peter Postma as they present the award-winning AWS Color in the Cloud workflow and its integration with FilmLight’s Baselight grading system.

  • Webvision-preview

    How Google Cloud is helping the media industry digitally transform


    IBC2022: Media companies are recognising that they must evolve to optimise acquisition, retention, and engagement of global direct-to-consumer audiences. Google Cloud is uniquely invested and positioned to empower media and entertainment providers with the products and solutions they need to not only undergo, but thrive, in the direct-to-consumer transformation. In ...

  • IBC2022 Deep Bagchee

    ITVX: From Broadcast to Streaming


    IBC2022: ITV Chief Product Officer Deep Bagchee outlines ITV’s plans to supercharge streaming, explaining how significant content investment, a redesigned product and live and FAST channels are coming together to create an enhanced destination to discover content for the UK’s biggest commercial broadcaster.

  • Webvision-preview

    Demo: Delivering optimal customer experiences in the golden age of content


    IBC2022: As competition for attention continues to intensify, broadcasters must proactively deliver engaging content and viewer experiences to attract, retain, and grow audiences. However, as a result of siloed data and inadequate customer insights, many struggle to deliver on personalisation and suffer from wasted marketing spend and churn. Hear from ...

  • Webvision-preview

    Demo: Interactivity, engagement & real time streaming


    IBC2022: The battle for eyeballs and higher revenues per user rages on. This talk will explore how interactive experiences powered by a real time video platform can increase engagement and drive higher revenues.

  • Webvision-preview

    IP Live Production


    IBC2022: Experts from NEP Norway, Cisco and Grass Valley discuss the benefits of IP technology for remote live production.