The July/August 2020 issue of TVBEurope is now available, with a focus on media asset management, archive and storage.
It includes thoughts on the MAM market from Media Asset Capital’s Jeremy Bancroft, as well as a look at MAM in a post-Covid world by Stefan Eckardt from Arvato Systems/Vidispine.
Pebble Beach Systems’ CEO Peter Mayhead compares playout to a bacon sandwich!
Jenny Priestley talks to The Mandalorian director of photography Greig Fraser about working with innovative technology on the show.
ITV Studios Daytime technology manager Tom Guilder discusses the broadcaster’s move to Avid-powered storage and graphics.
James McKeown catches up with Rise co-founder Sadie Groom and her mentee Lauren Myers to talk about the benefits of a mentorship programme.
Philip Stevens investigates how broadcasters have dug into the archives to find content for what should have been a glorious summer of sport.
Tedial CEO Emilio L Zapata offers his thoughts on the next generation of MAM.
Plus, we find out how Sky supercharged the dynamic processing of its content with the help of SDVI.
And, Eva Wimmers, CEO of NativeWaves, tells us why she believes the TV experience should be driven by the user experience, not engineers and developers.
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