Media services provider Red Bee Media has promoted its chief commercial officer James Arnold to the position of CEO, replacing Steve Nylund who announced his departure from the company at the end of 2022.
Fuse Media expanded its partnership with cloud-based SaaS technology specialist Amagi to launch another channel as it continues to grow its presence in the Free Ad-supported Streaming TV (FAST) market.
Synamedia’s director for codec development, Jan De Cock, said the company’s collaboration with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has enabled it to improve its processing capabilities by optimising encoders for the latest CPU generations.
Independent video software provider Synamedia announced that global media services provider Red Bee Media is deploying Synamedia Quortex just-in-time technology for disaster recovery for live streaming services.
Satellite operator Intelsat is making use of its presence at IBC to spread the word about its Unified Network vision to enable end-to-end orchestrated services, driven by the integration of 5G and other open standards.
For all those saying live production is possible in the cloud there are naysayers claiming that latency sucks. Not according to Warner Bros. Discovery, which is proving live virtual production on a daily basis on the biggest sports events in the world.
More than 40 companies are showcasing “the most important media workloads they are dealing with” on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) stand at IBC, according to Marc Aldrich, GM of Global Media and Entertainment.
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