From the creation of content in the cloud to the delivery of content to mobile devices, NAB 2019 was awash with innovation that suggests an even closer relationship between the media and telco industries.
NAB 2019: The ethics of digitally recreated performances by actors who have passed away was questioned during an SMPTE panel at NAB.
NAB 2019: The BaM Awards recognised 4K, AI and 6K tiled 360-degree live sports streaming among other technical solutions awarded at the NAB Show.
Automation, cloud and blockchain are driving change, global content partnerships and technology adoption will define the 2019 broadcast and media industry according to the latest report from the IABM.
Recent developments in TV technology only offer more of the same, whilst Next Generation Audio offers completely new opportunities and a chance to address one of the most frequent causes of complaint made to broadcasters, writes Rupert Brun.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has called for global support from governments and regulators to tighten internet control in four key areas.
Far more than a game streaming service, Google Stadia represents a transformative shift in digital communication, writes Adrian Pennington.
Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings has confirmed that the SVOD service won’t be available via Apple TV, which is expected to be announced next Monday.
The ongoing evolution of innovative cloud PVRs and wireless/IP-based STBs are among the trends rendering this a highly dynamic part of the broadcast market.
After the launch of six satellites last month, OneWeb has secured its largest fundraising round to date with a total of $1.25 billion in new capital.
The entertainment and content industry has dramatically changed with mobile networks and devices enabling disruptive new players and business models, according to the leaders of two media giants.
IBC365 asks why balance is better? Industry experts point to organisational performance, problem-solving and creativity as imperative to dynamic teams.
A regulatory framework to address the growing market power of the Silicon Valley digital giants has been proposed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, which says that “reform is now urgent.”