All Event Sessions articles – Page 7

  • Jordi Penas System73

    Demo: Highest quality and most stable live experience at the lowest cost


    IBC2022: This presentation showcases the infinite capabilities that System73’s Edge Services offer to the Live streaming market. Daniel Perea explains how OTTs & broadcasters can now live stream content at infinite scale while reducing operational and delivery costs by up to 50% with a crash-proof infrastructure that will keep the ...

  • Michael Shoham Radix

    Demo: Android TV management: Key features and benefits


    IBC2022: Android TV is making notable inroads among TELCO operators worldwide: it’s currently the operating system of choice for more than 160 TELCO operators. In 2011, nearly 88% of all US households subscribed to a pay-TV service. Ten years later, that number is now down to 65.3%. AT&T, DirecTV, and ...

  • Gareth Capon Grabyo

    Demo: How to build your own live digital show in the cloud


    IBC2022: Grabyo is a SaaS platform that is accessed using a web browser. Grabyo Producer is its cloud-based production control room, multiviewer and audio mixer. Using Producer, production teams can mix live video feeds, VOD assets and graphics, host remote guests and distribute live streams to all broadcast, social, digital ...

  • Cloud applications in media

    Panel: Cloud applications in media & entertainment - what’s next?


    IBC2022: Cloud solutions have become increasingly popular in every part of the broadcast workflow, giving content creators and broadcasters simpler and more affordable ways to create and distribute video content, whilst enabling scalability and the ability to evolve rapidly. However, there are different iterations all claiming to be Cloud, from ...

  • Philippe Mendes mediatree

    Demo: Keywords media monitoring system


    IBC2022: Keywords has now integrated the automated detection of text in images. This year, Mediatree have worked to improve this monitoring solution to meet more client needs. Previously, the solution searched audio visual content to identify all verbal instances of keywords entered via a search bar. Today, artificial intelligence also ...

  • Soumonos Mukherjee spideo

    Demo: Spideo Explore - the recommendation analytics platform


    IBC2022: Discover Spideo Explore, the analytics platform complementary to the Spideo recommendation system.

  • Stefan L Lederer, bitmovin

    How the category of playback products can take viewing experiences to the next level


    IBC2022: Video Streaming is a buoyant industry with consumers having around five subscriptions on average. However, consumers are now starting to scrutinise the value of each service, and playback quality has become a key differentiator. 

  • Panel- Building audiences through better discovery, personalisation and engagement

    Panel: Building audiences through better discovery, personalisation and engagement


    IBC2022: The holy grail for video services is to provide seamless viewing experiences by putting the right content in front of the right viewer at the right time. This session draws together a variety of approaches to illustrate some of the available options.

  • Rick Young LTN

    Demo: LTN: Bringing order to the chaos of IP video delivery


    IBC2022: The transition from traditional transport methods like satellite and fiber to IP is well underway worldwide. Thanks to innovation from the LTN Network and open protocols like SRT, the ability to leverage the Internet for real time broadcast quality video delivery is a reality.

  • Alberto Paniagua, VP Regional Sales - Sei Robotics Co

    Demo: HOMA: Smart home and home security solution


    IBC2022: Homa is an IoT solution independently developed by SEI Robotics and built in Google ecosystem to provide global operator customers with smart home, home security products and value-added business expansion.

  • expand and engage audiences

    Panel: New ways to expand and engage audiences


    IBC2022: Why is there a need to better engage audiences, especially sports fans? Sports broadcasters and leagues are facing two challenges: cord-cutting is reducing the number of potential viewers while younger generations, Millenials and Gen Z, watch less sports and are less engaged. Younger viewers typically pay more attention to ...

  • Creating DTC products and FAST channels that users will love

    Creating DTC products and FAST channels that users will love


    IBC2022: Allen Media Group’s direct-to-consumer strategy is to create exceptional product experiences powered by world class content for users worldwide. President of Digital, Michael Senzon will discuss why a very disciplined playbook WILL accelerate your portfolio of streaming assets from your FAST channels to owned and operated apps.

  • multi-service discovery at the centre of the viewer experience

    Putting multi-service discovery at the centre of viewer experience


    IBC2022: TV operators are best placed to deliver on the pressing viewer need to bring together broadcast and OTT viewing experiences. But bringing a unified view is next to impossible with so many TV sources to manage. This session looks at how a multinational TV operator working alongside a global ...

  • 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) ...