Join Rob Wilmoth of Red Hat for a discussion of open source, network and media functions virtualization (NFV/MFV), content delivery networks (CDNs), and workload containerization. Register Now!
Join Vewd, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), and Evoca to understand both the current state of NEXTGEN TV as it deploys across the U.S. and the future use cases that will further accelerate the convergence of Broadcast and Broadband. Register Now!
Join this webinar to learn how organizations are utilizing Google Cloud’s Contact Center AI to increase CSAT scores, improve operational efficiencies and translate the transactional into continued customer loyalty.
Learn how Dell EMC PowerScale helps meet surging viewer demand while reducing costs with a single centralized platform for the ingest, processing, and delivery of the content your viewers love. Download now.
Join Bandwidth’s experts for practical advice and tools that will ease your STIR/SHAKEN anxiety and help you separate the facts from the fear-mongering. Register Now!
Video production companies across the world have traditionally been tethered to physical facilities, but with the advent of covid-19, remote post production capabilities are more important than ever. Join this webinar to learn more about how video producers can utilize Google Cloud infrastructure, along with partner applications, to develop a remote post production suite that brings your artists and editors together, no matter where they are.
IBM Aspera's multi-cloud roots enables broadcasters to move terabytes of video content at maximum speed, allowing production teams around the world to co-create, untethered by location. Hear how Fox Sports delighted millions of Super Bowl LIV and 2019 FIFA World Cup viewers by producing more content than ever, delivered to viewers across broadcast and web devices alike.
The coronavirus has sparked an unprecedented shift in virtual engagement and viewing habits around the globe, but what impact will it have on the demand for and delivery of interactive video experiences in our 5G future? Join experts from across the video ecosystem to unpack the forecast for broadcast, video, and streaming and the appetite for digital video services during the time of pandemic. Register now!
Jay Hiremath, Head of Media and Entertainment at IBM, discusses the company’s strategy for the Media and Entertainment industry, specifically with regard to AI and Cloud. Watch now.
Experience Globecast’s entrance into the Dynamic Ad Insertion (DAI) space, and see a demo of this ground-breaking technology. Also on show are our Business Continuity updates for future-proofing and protecting client’s content. Register now!
Nurturing digital relationships with fans means delivering “right-now” OTT live sports offerings that meet broadcast-grade. The cloud is the great equalizer, allowing anyone to deliver personalized experiences and cutting-edge apps for the superfan. This e-book explains how cloud media services and solutions can help you reduce video production costs, grow revenue, and tailor offerings to your specific audiences. Click here to download.
This document describes some of the basic models that can help join the dots between content and revenue, giving some examples of services around the globe that effectively employ the different models.
Gone are the days when family and friends gather around a big screen in a living room. Now, video viewing is increasingly moving onto smaller, more portable screens including those on smartphones and tablets. Video, it’s clear, is going mobile.
Artificial intelligence appears poised to change everything. And that raises an obvious question to those in the video industry: What can artificial intelligence do in this sector? Where are we today? This eBook will discuss how using AI can improve the user experience, how it ties in with video production, and it's future in film making.
The following panel discussion was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features School of Toby President Toby Berlin talking with Philo’s Mike Keyserling, Amazon’s Kathy Payne, WOW’s Roger Seiken and CenturyLink’s Steven Sklar. Their discussion focuses on the challenges and opportunities for optimizing programming packages for consumers’ consolidated tastes. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.
The following panel discussion was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features Mike Dano, editor-in-chief of FierceCable; Bob Greene, managing director of business development for Liberty Global; Michael Ivanchenko, director of product design and development at Foxtel; Andrew Olson, executive vice president of strategic innovation at Sky; and Gary Schanman, senior vice president of video products at Charter. Their discussion looks at strategies and technologies operators are using to reduce churn and cord cutting, while sustaining and even growing margins on their video businesses. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.
This Parks Associates market snapshot analyzes trends that are reshaping the U.S. entertainment marketplace. Download a copy today!
The following panel discussion was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features Jon Steinberg, founder and CEO of Cheddar; Dwayne Benefield, head of PlayStation Vue; JeanDavid Blanc, CEO of Molotov; Tim Connolly, former head of distribution and partnerships at Hulu; Andrew McCollum, CEO of Philo; and Jeff Shultz, chief business officer of Pluto TV. Their discussion explores and evaluates OTT strategies that go beyond traditional SVOD models to deliver live and on-demand TV programming. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.
The following interview was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features Mike Dano, editor-in-chief of FierceCable, and Jeff Binder, executive vice president of home and entertainment for T-Mobile, talking about how T-Mobile’s upcoming pay TV service will disrupt the industry. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.
The following interview was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features Jon Geigengack of Hub Entertainment Research and Rich Fickle, president and CEO of NCTC, talking about how Regional Cable Operators are Making OTT and the Upheaval in Video Work for Them. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.
The following interview was taken from our Pay TV Show in Denver. It features Jon Steinberg, founder and CEO of Cheddar, and Richard Au, U.S. director of Amazon Channels, talking about Amazon’s work as a video service aggregator and how the company will continue to expand its presence in pay TV. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy it.