IBC2022 – Page 12

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    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.

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    IP Live Production


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

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    IABM: Deliberating the future of MediaTech


    The first conference session of IBC2022 saw IABM CEO Peter White take to the Forum stage to present the company’s 2022 State of the Industry Report. 

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    TELUS: Content-everywhere & digital life platform


    IBC2022: OPUS is the vanguard for TELUS’ transformation into a cloud-first, software engineering-driven organization. Built in the midst of a pandemic by teams working 100% remotely, OPUS serves as a foundational asset that will allow TELUS to rapidly deploy future capabilities that integrate Internet of Things, intelligent automation, health services, ...

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    Broadcast industry must embrace the metaverse


    The hype around the metaverse is fully justified, the IBC Conference heard yesterday.

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    AWS and Filmlight showcase Colour in the Cloud workflow


    VFX and editing has been possible in the cloud for a while, but colour correction presents a series of unique challenges that may just have been cracked by AWS.

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    Playing with Fire in Netflix’s Stranger Things


    Many of the presentations at IBC2022 have been highly popular affairs, but a clear standout on day one was a completely compelling presentation in the Showcase Theatre, ‘Creating visual effects for Netflix’s Stranger Things’.

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    Playback Just in Time


    A cloud native Just-in-Time (JiT) playback initiative has been launched by Codemill at IBC. JiT enables the migration of high bandwidth media workflows to the public cloud and is integrated with the firm’s Accurate.Player and Accurate.Video products.

  • IBC2022 MediaTech Leaders Panel

    MediaTech leaders panel: bold transformation moves


    IBC2022: Join us for a panel discussion with the leaders behind some of the most inspiring media technology transformations. Find out how Globo, Sky, TELUS and KPN have developed new ways of working, differentiated their offerings, and continued to thrive while meeting the needs of a constantly evolving market.

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    PTZ cameras on the Move and on Track


    PTZOptics and HuddleCam HD have launched four new cameras, with a line of PTZ cameras, webcams and all-in-one content creation tools due to ship this winter.

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    AI transforming movie production at Disney – with more to come


    Artificial intelligence is already transforming the way movies are produced and will do so even more in the future, Markus Gross, Chief Scientist at The Walt Disney Studios, told the IBC Conference yesterday.

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    What’s hot in live and remote production at IBC2022


    IBC2022: The latest innovations in live and remote production at IBC2022 in Amsterdam.

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    Lemo - Making connections at the World Cup


    Lemo is famous for its connectors, which are standard on so much broadcast equipment, but now it has started supplying and installing the complete passive video network, starting with all eight of the stadiums built for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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    MediaKind and Arqiva team for Arqplex


    MediaKind has launched a new product called Arqplex, a hybrid content processing service that the media technology company developed together with Arqiva.

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    SMPTE President Hans Hoffman: “The speed of change is high”


    As the IBC Show returns after a three-year in-person hiatus, SMPTE President Hans Hoffmann reflects on the industry’s obvious need for networking and the society’s latest progress in educational work streams and inclusivity.

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    Sony Networked Live offers hybrid production anywhere


    Networked Live is a new hybrid distributed production platform (on-premise and cloud) from Sony and Nevion that offers increased potential for remote and distributed production.

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    EI Towers makes contribution to Italian football


    Nevion, a Sony Group Company, has provided a contribution system to Italian telecom service provider EI Towers to support coverage of Italy’s Serie A football league. It connects 17 stadiums to a new International Broadcast Centre in Lissone, near Milan, and was delivered in just four months.

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    Every device, everywhere, every time


    The proliferation of apps and fragmentation of the content ecosystem is a double-edged sword for broadcasters, a panel of media tech leaders told IBC.

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    Industry Trends

    IABM at IBC2022: Meeting business objectives through collaboration


    As the international trade association for broadcast and media technology suppliers, IABM helps make sense of the digital transformation happening in the broadcast, media and entertainment technology landscape, keeping the industry abreast of transformative media technologies and connecting media companies to the media technology community.

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    Quantum at IBC2022 in Amsterdam


    IBC2022: At IBC2022 in Amsterdam, Skip Levens, Director of Media and Entertainment, Quantum, outlined the key announcements from the company at the show.