TVBEurope’s webinar series examines the latest areas of challenge, opportunity and disruption in the industry, and offers strategic insights and real-world solutions for businesses involved in the sector. The series is run in conjunction with the industry’s leading vendors and thought leaders, and offers a tangible live platform for businesses to share their insights and expertise with the marketplace. You can access each of the webinars in our archive by clicking on the on-demand link.
Progress in managing the IP transition
28 June 2016
Part of TVBEurope Strategy Week, this webinar sees James Stellpflug, vice president of product marketing at EVS, expand on how solutions born out of IP4Live, such as the XiP option for EVS live production servers, can bring the benefits of IP-based workflows to live production while preserving customers’ investments in existing production infrastructure.
IP4Live, EVS’ strategic approach to the IP transition, offers tangible and practical examples of migrating to IP.
The synopsis for the webinar explains that IP’s march to ubiquity is well on its way, and is being adopted by all parts of the broadcast workflow, opening up new challenges as well as a wider pallet of possibilities for live broadcasters to produce and deliver better stories to viewers, faster. How can traditional and emerging IP systems co-exist? How best to make the transition?
Navigating the OTT 2.0 Landscape
23 June 2016
Led by Ian Munford, director of product marketing for Akamai’s media services, this webinar will look at how viewers are opting for additional (and sometimes alternate) entertainment experiences in today’s multiscreen world.
Akamai will explore online content trends and key innovations, driving disruption in the market and how key technologies should map onto future investment strategy.
Specifically, the webinar will navigate through the OTT landscape, exploring what’s next for OTT – looking at the main workflow components and the key considerations that online brands need to be aware of when developing and deploying OTT strategies.
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Programmatic for sellers: a case study
25 November 2015
When the industry throws around the much-hyped term “programmatic,” the conversation tends to focus on its benefits for buyers. Media planners get better visibility to inventory. Advertisers get more transparency of data. Agencies get a better price. But by the purest definition of the word, programmatic is all about automating the buying and selling process — which pays enormous dividends to sellers! (When done right, that is.)
Last June, Multi Channel Network (MCN) proved this point when it worked with Imagine Communications to launch programmatic into the Australian market. This webinar will provide an insider’s view of this pioneering deployment, with Sarah Foss, vice president of advertising management systems at Imagine presenting the MCN case study and MCN’s Angela Goodsir, operations director, systems and developments, joining for Q&A.
Live high value content over IP – is the industry serious?
Snell and Quantel
17 July 2015
This unique webinar, introduced by new Snell and Quantel CEO, Tim Thorsteinson, features a panel debate between leading industry expert. Industry journalist and consultant, Dick Hobbs, moderates the discussion that includes Darren Long, director of production services at Sky; Steve Plunkett, CTO, Broadcast and Media Services, Ericsson; Stan Moote, CTO/advisor, IABM; and Tim Felstead, head of product marketing, Quantel and Snell.
Time-based content such as live events or news is critical to broadcasters now and in the future. How do broadcasters follow the transitions to IP and 4K that are so often talked about today? How will these transitions impact on their business? Are these pathways to future profits real, imaginary or frightening? This webinar captures conversations between broadcasters of high value content, industry pundits and technologists. It seeks to aid all those involved in the area of live production for broadcasting with regards what the future holds and what may be a sensible investment in technology for the broadcasting business today. A sense check for the whole industry.
IP: opening up new perspectives for live broadcast production
1 July 2015
TVBEurope, in partnership with EVS, will host a free-to-attend webinar focusing on IP and live production on Wednesday 1 July as part of TVBEurope Strategy Week. James Stellpflug, VP product marketing at EVS, will present the event, digging deep into IP for live video and exploring what it brings to the professional broadcast market.
IP’s march to ubiquity is well on its way. IP is here to stay and is being adopted by all parts of the broadcast workflow, opening up new challenges as well as a wider palette of possibilities for live broadcasters to produce and deliver better stories faster to viewers. How can traditional and emerging IP systems co-exist? How best to make the transition?
The event will give context to the current landscape and show how IP must be seen as an enabler to bring more power, scalability, flexibility and economies of scale/profitability to live production.
How to drive up channel density and drive down cost using the Intel technology you already know
Artesyn Embedded Technologies and Intel
3 December 2014
Linsey Miller, director of marketing at Artesyn Embedded Technologies, and Rik Dunphy, senior software architect at Intel’s Data Center Group present a webinar on ‘How to drive up channel density and drive down cost using the Intel technology you already know’. The presentation explores how applications can also be deployed virtually – taking advantage of cloud provisioning and management – so they are not constrained to bare metal hardware.
View Artesyn webinar on-demand here
IT Infrastructure and Virtualisation Applied to Video Applications
27 November 2014
Ian Trow, senior director of emerging technology and strategy at Harmonic, presents an exclusive webinar on ‘IT Infrastructure and Virtualization Applied to Video Applications’. This webinar explores the fundamental issues behind virtualisation and explores how far this can be applied to video.
View Harmonic webinar on-demand here