In the second part of our look at ethnic diversity in broadcasting, it’s plain that wholesale change – not just in one sector or area of opportunity – is required for the good of the industry.
IBC has formed a collaboration with the TM Forum to drive innovation between the media and telecoms industries.
Direct view LED displays promise greater luminosity and lower running costs, but will the high cost of installation and audience appetite for crisper images support rollout of the Samsung and Sony-backed technology?
Muki Kulhan hosts IBC365’s first roundtable discussion with industry experts discussing the creative, technical and business aspects of producing to delivering immersive content experiences.
IBC365 speaks to three VR and 360-degree video directors and cinematographers about how they capture immersive content and what the future holds.
New technology allows us to tell stories in innovative ways, but we need to create great content if immersive is to be successful, says Sol Rogers.
Is VR just a stepping stone on the path to holographic video content creation and display?
In the future, the line between reality and virtual reality will become increasingly blurred, and new media and entertainment options will emerge that we have not yet imagined, writes Amelia Kallman.
Capturing and crafting immersive content requires specialist tools. Dick Hobbs looks at some of the latest technology for creating VR, AR and 360-degree video.
The Royal Television Society has opened entries for the Young Technologist of the Year Award, seeking those working in the technical side of broadcasting or its related industries.