Case study: Wash crosses The Bridge from SDR to HDR
Colourist Jon Dobson discusses how he created both a SD and HDR version of reality TV series, The Bridge
Video: MediaTech Outlook interview with Xytech’s Greg Dolan
On the release of the Media Management section of this year's MediaTech Outlook report, we spoke to Greg Dolan, COO of our section partner...
How sustainable is the future of video entertainment?
InterDigital publishes white paper on the importance of sustainability as the energy footprint of the video entertainment industry growsWhite Paper
How can D2C platforms better protect their exclusive regional content?
Robin Boldon, director product management for anti-piracy at OpSec Security explains why direct-to-consumer platforms at must begin to work with experts and implement...
Doing your home work: How two directors are carrying on their craft in a spare bedroom
Philip Stevens talks to directors Paul McNamara and Tim Goodden about how they've been directing ITV Sport's horse racing coverage from home.
Case study: Keeping the Martin Lewis Money Show on air during Covid
Jo Auston, production executive at Multistory Media explains how technology kept ITV's The Martin Lewis Money Show on air during the UK's first lockdown.
Case study: The Choir, lockdown, and audio challenges
Alex Wrigglesworth talks about the "bonkers" remote audio production involved in the BBC’s The Choir.
Case study: ABS Broadcast realises its vision with Cinegy
How ABS Broadcast moved to a software-based playout system with help from Cinegy.
How ZDF series ‘Sløborn’ was graded using black magic
With its plot centering around a deadly virus hitting a small island community, ZDF’s latest drama series, ‘Sløborn’, could not have been more timely....
Why 2020 is a transformative moment for the media industry
TVBEurope talks to Dalet's Bea Alonso about the company's 30th anniversary and the current challenges facing the media tech industry.
How consumption habits are disrupting traditional broadcast models
Olivier Bovis, head of sales for Media Solutions, Sony PSE, explores the rise of SVoD, the challenges of evolving broadcast schedules, digital business models...
How the pay-TV industry can employ data to rise to the challenge of Covid
NAGRA's Jacques-Edouard Guillemot explains how real-time access to and analysis of data can help pay-TV operators be more resilient and able to adapt quickly...
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Inter-company content exchange for the modern media supply chain: An explainer
Rick Clarson, chief strategy officer at Signiant, explains why moving highly sensitive, large, complex data sets between companies requires a new approach.
How mixed reality set the tone for TF1’s election coverage
How broadcaster TF1 employed Pixotope for coverage of this year's municipal elections.
How 5G will impact the distribution and consumption of media
TVBEurope talks to Nevion's Andy Rayner about the possibilities 5G technology offers all areas of the media industry
Piracy is threatening the ‘new normal’ way of life
Shane McCarthy, chief operating officer at Irdeto, explains why content security is even more important than ever during the pandemic.
Compliance monitoring: The broadcast necessity that justified its existence
Erik Otto, CTO, Mediaproxy argues why compliance should be at the forefront of any broadcast business decision, whether production, post production or distribution
Trust and relevancy: Why there will always be a TV in the living room
Harry Harcus, managing director, UK, Finecast argues the death of the TV has been greatly exaggerated
TV and film distribution will see a dramatic shift in the post-Covid world
Vuulr CEO Ian McKee on why this is a watershed moment for the way the content industry operates.
Boom! How Formula E used shotgun mics to maintain social distancing
Doreen Greaton discovers how shotgun microphones and in-ear monitors helped Formula E's sound team make sure everything was crystal clear