All Features articles – Page 15

  • Jane Turton all3media
    Executive Interviews

    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.

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    Executive Interviews

    AI has been overhyped, but offers good opportunities


    Artificial intelligence has often overpromised, but now the technology is becoming vital to the media and telco spaces, according to Orange’s Patrice Slupowski.

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    Industry Trends

    Talking about an AI revolution


    Artificial intelligence has been heralded as the enabling technology of our age with applications transforming production and delivery set to boost the entire broadcasting industry.

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    Industry Trends

    IBC2019: The Catalyst of media/telco innovation


    IBC and the TM Forum have brought technology and media companies together to develop innovative answers to some pressing problems, benefiting consumers as well as businesses.

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    Industry Trends

    TV is OTT


    With the VoD market about to go into overdrive, the fundamental building blocks of OTT service provision have to match or exceed that of pay-TV.

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    Industry Trends

    Winning audience engagement with artificial intelligence


    Broadcasters and platform operators are employing artificial intelligence to engage audiences, grow revenues and deliver personalised content guides. 

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    Industry Trends

    Come together


    Collaborating with rivals to offer global streaming services with local content as well as creating global communities of people who share the same passions is all part of Discovery’s game plan, says Kasia Kieli, EMEA president & managing director, Discovery.

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Bruce Devlin, SMPTE


    Want to get to grips with the Interoperable Master File (IMF) standard? Mark your diary for IMF 101, taking place at IBC this year.  George Jarrett talks to Bruce Devlin, AKA Mr MXF, in advance of this sure to be a popular event at IBC.

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    Industry Trends

    New adventures in AR


    Broadcasting and film are giving rise to an ever-greater number and diversity of AR experiences. But as David Davies discovers, it could be a few years yet before AR realises its phenomenal commercial potential.

  • Dee Forbes RTE Director General
    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Dee Forbes, RTE


    The rise of OTTs and the era of ‘fake news’ have piled political and commercial pressures on public service broadcasters but both provide great opportunities, according to RTÉ director general Dee Forbes.

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    Industry Trends

    8K moves up the agenda


    We are currently in a transition from 1080p to UHD, so why is the industry intent on pushing 8K?

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Cecile Frot-Coutaz


    Less than a year after joining YouTube as head of its EMEA business, former Fremantle boss Cécile Frot-Coutaz spells out why the TV industry should embrace the platform – and explains how it is tackling harmful content on the site.

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    Industry Trends

    Behind the scenes: BT Sport’s Early Kick Off


    In part three of IBC365’s Premier League 2019 special, Paolo Pescatore went behind the scenes with BT Sport to look at how it is innovating lives broadcasts of the new football season.

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Colin Jackson, BBC


    IBC2019’s Big Screen programme includes the Planet Innovation: A BBC Studios Natural History Showcase. BBC Natural History Unit’s Colin Jackson explains all about the genre.

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    Industry Trends

    How to thrive and survive in niche OTT


    Despite the dominance of Netflix and Amazon, the OTT market has room for all sorts of niche players, with new services emerging to cater for specialised audiences.

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    Industry Trends

    New body set to take 5G in hand at IBC


    With 5G promising very high capacity broadband and low costs to the consumer, Europe needs to devise, assess and demonstrate a 5G network architecture for large scale immersive media delivery, says EBU’s Antonio Arcidiacono

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    Industry Trends

    The state of spatial sound


    Advances in technology and new media devices are bringing premium features like immersive audio to a wider audience. Kevin Hilton looks at how market leader Dolby Atmos got to this point and the current state of the spatial sound market.

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    Industry Trends

    The move to remote live production


    Remote production looks set be a key topic at IBC2019. Andy Stout looks at how developments such as 5G are boosting remote workflows.

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    Industry Trends

    Premier League: VAR, True View cameras and piracy


    In the second part of IBC365’s look at coverage of the coming English Premier League season, Adrian Pennington writes on the impact VAR and piracy will have on the League.

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    Industry Trends

    Turkey to introduce new regulations for OTT services


    Turkey’s RTÜK has announced new rules around online content services, raising censorship fears, and prompting questions about how to regulate OTTs.