Trends – Page 37

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    Roadmaps for restarting production

    2020-06-08T13:21:00Z

    Recent weeks have seen a blizzard of Covid-19 shooting protocols published around the world, with each set of guidelines pored over by the industry to see when and how production might be able to restart.

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    Sport’s project restart

    2020-06-05T15:56:00Z

    How elite sports plan to social distance and get fans closer to the action after the coronavirus lockdown.

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    IBC2020 Accelerators: Live Content Moderation

    2020-06-04T12:30:00Z

    Al Jazeera, RTÉ, Reuters and AP have partnered on an IBC Accelerator which seeks to enable media organisations to protect the integrity of their content and brands while achieving significant efficiencies, writes Ian Volans.

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    How We Built It: Timeline TV makes light work of remote production

    2020-06-03T13:55:00Z

    Timeline TV is no stranger to innovation, but by adapting kit from Blackmagic Design and Apple, it has created broadcast quality lightweight workflows for remote production. Michael Burns finds out what its R&D team developed and how it has paid off in these socially distanced times.

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    365 Playlist: Sport

    2020-06-03T11:58:00Z

    As global sports begin tentative steps to restart following the coronavirus lockdown, IBC365 looks at some of the innovations in sports over recent years.

  • Drive In_Main Artwork
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    Driving audiences back to the big screen

    2020-06-02T11:41:00Z

    In the wake of coronavirus, drive-in cinemas are undergoing a renaissance across Europe, but what are the best screen and audio options and can events organisers ever recoup the outlay on the tech investments involved? 

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    Enriching content through metadata

    2020-06-01T16:10:00Z

    As the need to optimise the use of new and archived content intensifies, so does the requirement for “deeper and richer” metadata geared towards the requirements of individual content creators and services, writes David Davies.

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    Industry moves: Deltatre, Disney and Euro Media Group

    2020-05-28T13:42:00Z

    IBC365’s update on company appointments, resignations and restructures across the content and broadcast industry.

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    OTT subscription management needs flexibility

    2020-05-28T11:45:00Z

    OTT sector growth has resulted in a hugely successful decade for subscription management platform providers. But with competition strong and the prospect of more niche streaming services, they will need to maintain their focus on flexibility, writes David Davies.

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    Brands look to capitalise on esports growth

    2020-05-28T11:44:00Z

    Lockdown has seen a surge in competitive video gaming, causing advertisers to take a closer look at esports as a medium.

  • Good Omens David Tennant doing VFX
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    IBC Accelerator: Usable VFX Archive

    2020-05-28T09:12:00Z

    Storing 3D VFX assets in an accessible way will reduce the cost and complexity of re-using those assets, make them easier to share between contributors in a workflow, and increase efficiencies across the ecosystem. An IBC Accelerator project is aiming to tackle this.

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    OTT Week: RIST action

    2020-05-26T17:29:00Z

    Will established methods for contributing video streams over the internet be superseded by a shared protocol? Adrian Pennington investigates.

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    365 Playlist: OTT

    2020-05-26T13:57:00Z

    2020 may be the year of the OTT, but despite new launches, the market remains challenging for content providers. As part of our OTT week, IBC365 rounds up features and interviews on the OTT market.

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    Breaking the window

    2020-05-25T08:00:00Z

    The theatrical window is under threat with streamers capitalising on cinema closure. Will it ever be replaced? Adrian Pennington investigates.

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    Earnings review: Disney, ITV, WarnerMedia count cost of coronavirus

    2020-05-21T11:59:00Z

    IBC365 recounts the standout company results in the media and broadcast industry.

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    4K and mobility dominate camera developments

    2020-05-19T16:06:00Z

    A continued emphasis on improving 4K capture and making it accessible to a larger user group is evident from this ‘snapshot’ of camera products that have been announced recently.

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    Scheduling: Come together

    2020-05-19T11:00:00Z

    The latest generation of scheduling solutions is expected to enable enterprise resource planning across multiple platforms and services, writes David Davies.

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    Managing mental health during a pandemic

    2020-05-18T11:02:00Z

    The film and TV industry has been shuttered with freelancers and staff across the entire supply chain impacted by business decisions and company closures. During Mental Health Awareness week, Alana Foster investigates what support and initiatives are out there.

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    365 Playlist: Codecs

    2020-05-13T15:38:00Z

    With 2020 predicted as crunch time for the “codec wars” IBC365 rounds up features on compression and codecs, from EVC and VVC to VC-6 and AV1.

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    AI-automated video shot listing

    2020-05-13T12:33:00Z

    The use of AI to automate the production of shot lists and use the expanded metadata to create an AI-assisted first cut is being explored by an IBC Accelerator project led by the Associated Press.