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    Interview: Lisa Opie, BBC Studios


    Bringing the BBC’s production arm into the commercial realm involves entering new partnerships, complex deal making and a desire to keep on innovating according to BBC Studios’ UK production head, Lisa Opie.

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    Interview: Aneesh Rajaram, Vewd

    2019-09-12T11:31:00Z Brought to you by

    We should expect some of the current crop of OTT technology companies to merge and consolidate to serve larger markets, while some will go out of business, says Vewd chief executive Aneesh Rajaram.

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    Interview: Michael McEwen, NABA


    Having been around broadcasting his whole adult life, NABA’s Michael McEwen has a strong view on how the second generations of digital radio and television broadcasting might find a home in the ‘all things possible’ digital environment.

  • Carlos Octavio
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    Sharpening AI for profit in the Brazilian market


    In charge of analytics for Brazil’s huge TV Globo, Carlos Octavio wades into rivers of data while striving to transform a corporate culture.

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    Waking up to esports


    Esports has burst into public consciousness in recent months thanks to a spate of stories about teenagers winning huge sums in competitions. Yet it’s still an unknown quantity to the general public. British Esports CEO Chester King aims to increase awareness and inspire future talent in the burgeoning market

  • Dominique Delport, President International, VICE Media
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    Interview: Dominique Delport, Vice Media


    Young people experience both the best and the worst of the online world, says Vice Media’s Dominique Delport. Connecting with them requires a unique approach.

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    Interview: Dan Mangru, TheaterEars


    Enabling individuals to enjoy content in their choice of language will give movie companies the edge in the battle for audience share, says TheaterEars CEO Dan Mangru.

  • Olivier Jollet PLUTO TV EUROPE
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    Interview: Olivier Jollet, Pluto TV


    In a tough, competitive media market, choosing the right business model is crucial. Ahead of his appearance at IBC, Pluto TV’s Olivier Jollet tells George Jarrett how global game-changing media businesses should be developing new strategies.

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    Interview: Nuno Fonseca, Sound Particles


    Applying the techniques of 3D video animation to sound creation could take cinema audio to a new level of realism, Sound Particles’ Nuno Fonseca tells Paul Bray.

  • Mario Cavestany IBM
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    Interview: Mario Cavestany, IBM

    2019-09-06T07:00:00Z Brought to you by

    As technology and society intersect, consumers and enterprises are advancing, adapting and propelling dramatic market changes in every aspect of people’s professional and personal lives, says IBM vice president telecommunications, media entertainment Mario Cavestany.

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    Interview: Bill Gash, CSG Ascendon

    2019-09-05T17:58:00Z Brought to you by

    Businesses need highly flexible, hugely scalable platforms to pursue the right strategy according to the state of each market’s maturity, says CSG Ascendon director of sales Bill Gash.

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    Interview: Hiroshi Kawano, Sony


    Hiroshi Kawano, new head of Sony’s professional business, reveals how broadcasters can produce more and better output for less investment, the potential of 5G, and why it pays to understand your customer’s customer.

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    Interview: Peter Heinckiens, Mediagenix

    2019-09-05T09:18:00Z Brought to you by

    How do you make processes more efficient and responsive, while keeping a tight grip on quality, costs and complexity, asks Mediagenix CTO and head of product Peter Heinckiens.

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    Interview: Shalini Govil-Pai, Android TV

    2019-09-04T15:52:00Z Brought to you by

    The world is moving to more natural ways to access the power of computing, says Android TV senior director of product management and IBC2019 keynote speaker Shalini Govil-Pai.

  • Noel Curran
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    Seismic challenges for public broadcasters


    EBU DG Noel Curran’s career in broadcasting has given him a firm grasp of politics, technology and economics. But with broadcasting changing dramatically, there are challenges ahead.

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    Interview: Tony Lorentzen, Nuance Communications

    2019-09-04T09:30:00Z Brought to you by

    AI has the potential to make all of our lives easier and we see the beginnings of this already, says Nuance Communications Intelligent Engagement SVP omni-channel solutions analytics Tony Lorentzen.

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    Interview: Morwen Williams, BBC News


    The latest internet technologies can put radio programmes on video, stream footage from an iPhone, and place audiences in the centre of the action, BBC News’s Morwen Williams tells Paul Bray.

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    Interview: Michael Nathanson


    Top US equity analyst Michael Nathanson says ageing TV audiences and the flight of youth audiences to streaming platforms means broadcasters have to “look inward” to compete. 

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    Interview: Dr. Oliver Schreer


    Prior to his Monday conference session at IBC, ‘VR meets AR. Real and Virtual Space Become One’, Dr. Oliver Schreer talks to George Jarrett about his incredible 25-year research career in 3D and latterly VR.

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    A question of scale


    Since taking over as CEO of All3Media in 2015, Jane Turton has expanded the superindie through acquisitions and organic growth, with a strong focus on scripted and ‘quality programmes and people’. That’s because ‘scale matters’ in today’s complex TV landscape, she tells Insight.