How Al Jazeera is shifting the paradigm of news delivery
IBC2022: Back in 1996 Al Jazeera, the Arabic-language satellite channel, launched its first news broadcast from Doha. The 1996 launch was considered revolutionary and marked the beginning of a new era of TV News in the Middle East. Al Jazeera is...
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SMPTE: The art of the possible: Moving media workflows to the cloud
There's a lot of talk throughout the Media industry about moving workflows to the cloud. But what is real, and what is imagined? The good news is that more media workloads are becoming possible using cloud infrastructure, and the benefits in terms...
Sustainability in news and sport operations
IBC2022: Through being forced to implement remote capabilities in 2020, broadcasters have found new ways of bringing live content to viewers through powerful virtual production suites. Not only does this create technologically enabled efficiencies...
The clamp down on credentials sharing and implications for OTT business models
"Coming from the company that arguably created the video streaming market, Netflix’s announcement that it was considering the introduction of advertising and clamping down on credentials sharing made headline news. This session will discuss the busin
Smart news production it times of social distancing
IBC SHOWCASE: News production during a pandemic such as COVID-19 is a vital service to the communities being served by local and even national broadcasters
IBC Accelerator: AI Automated Video Shot Listing - Summary
This is a summary of the Accelerator session the AI-assisted Shot Listing Accelerator project, which aims to exploit AI to fully automate the process of producing raw and edited content shot lists for news agencies and broadcasters.
Workflow Tour: Live & Remote Production
Join IBC and some of the industry’s key technology users and suppliers for a tour exploring the latest in live and remote production. Mapping the fast-changing world of live production, including news, sports and live events. From greater...