The May issue of TVBEurope is now available. This month, we take a look at the adoption of second screen technology and other rapidly growing areas of mobile content.
In our Opinion and Analysis section, NewTek’s Will Waters explains why the hybrid transition to IP production makes it such an exciting time for broadcasters.
Estonia’s minister for culture discusses why the country is a viable alternative for broadcasters post-Brexit, chair of this year’s MediaTech 360 event Christy King tells us what to expect from the second annual conference, and we take a look at the AI technology being deployed at the Eurovision Song Contest. Meanwhile, George Jarrett finds out what Blackbird was up to at this year’s NAB Show from the company’s CEO.
In our main feature, Jenny Priestley talks to Second Screen founder Estella Gabriel to find out more about the mobile and social platform that features episodic content, while also hearing from Tata Communications about the new live F1 OTT service.
This month’s Production and Post section features the BBC’s Chris Lunn explaining the broadcaster’s use of vertical video in its News app, and Grand Central Recording Studios’ Dolby Atmos specialist Raja Sehgal talks to Colby Ramsey about their new immersive mixing capabilities.
For all this and more, check out TVBEurope May.