Paul Segre, CEO of Synamedia, said IBC was something of a coming out party for the company, which has been undergoing a transformation process in the past few years.
Major updates to the Elements platform were on show at IBC, as the company advances the concept of a centralised media platform giving access to high-performance, on-premise storage together with cloud storage.
This is the first time in many years that Polar Graphics has had a physical stand at IBC. Usually, the distributor is just present on the stands of its partners.
Gravity Media will open its second London production centre - in the White City media campus - later this year, joining existing production centres in London (Chiswick), Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and San Francisco.
Zero Density is showing off a comprehensive range of virtual solutions at its IBC stand, with enhancements to its software and hardware running both greenscreen cyclorama and a LED virtual production stage.
Metadata is crucially important for radio broadcasters who want to make their content discoverable for car drivers at a time of a “true revolution” in the automotive industry.
Since making the leap from TV to film for a co-editing role on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Paul Machliss, ACE has perhaps become best known for his long-time collaboration with the film’s director, Edgar Wright.