Managing the compromise between continuity of service and cost
Disaster recovery systems are a necessary expense for most broadcasters, writes coralbay.TV's Peter Hajittofi, but using a cloud-native playout product makes it possible to...
Spin Digital integrates Zixi for 4K/8K immersive video
The bandwidth efficiency and error-free delivery included with the integrated solution are vital for supporting advanced UHD/8K video applications, said Zixi
‘We want to be the leading managed services company in Europe’: Red Bee Media’s new CEO discusses the company’s plans
James Arnold talks to TVBEurope about his new role, plans for the company, and why broadcasters need to evaluate their needs as they move...
Rai Way employs technology from Ateme and ENENSYS as part of move to DVB-T2
Move to DVB-T2 allows broadcasters to distribute HD content and provides more efficient and resilient signals, while freeing up the 700MHz terrestrial frequency for...
More than just a name: MAM and the role of metadata
Simon Bergmark, chief product officer, Codemill, explains why, as broadcasters and streamers create ever higher volumes of content, clearly defined processes and metadata schemas...
What’s in store for the media tech industry in 2023: Cloud, security, FAST and ad-tech
From how it will shape production to security and its impact on advertising technology, the industry is embracing the cloud like never before. TVBEurope...
Clear Cut Pictures consolidates storage with EditShare
The company wanted to replace its shared storage with a solution that would consolidate all of its needs into one, and so chose EditShare’s EFS-450...
How the cloud met the “eye-watering” compute requirements of Avatar: The Way of Water
TVBEurope talks to AWS' Nina Walsh about the company's involvement in James Cameron's latest epic
From hamstrung to empowered: Achieving broadcasting in balance with the cloud
Hamish Muiry, head of business development and partnership at M2A Media, explains how rights owners and broadcasters can augment their existing workflows with new...
Bitmovin: H.264 still the most used codec, but AV1 adoption is coming
Company's annual reveals year-on-year trends, opportunities for innovation and the headwinds the video developer community faces
Disaster recovery seems out of reach? Look to the cloud
Planetcast International's COO Sanjay Duda explains how the flexibility and scalability of cloud-based playout not only helps enable cost-effective DR and the launch of...
SMPTE, EBU, MovieLabs join forces on ‘Media in the Cloud’ guide
Its aim is to provide the industry with an explanation of media-specific ontologies, the ontologies already in existence, where they are applicable, and how...
Brazil’s Globo trials MPEG-5 LCEVC channel during World Cup
A live broadcast channel is leveraging the enhancement layer of LCEVC to convert an existing TV 2.0 signal into a High-Dynamic Range (HDR) 10-bit...
ProSiebenSat.1’s new broadcasting campus set up for collaborative workflows
EVS has revealed the solutions it is providing to the media group to revamp its operations as it moves to a new campus
Capturing the beautiful game’s global showcase with… Witbe
Mathieu Planche, CEO at Witbe, discusses his company's role in testing and monitoring video content for a number of clients capturing the global football...
France Télévisions turns to Globecast and Net Insight to replace legacy contribution and distribution software
Net Insight's Nimbra Edge platform will work alongside Globecast's cloud infrastructure to replace the legacy media contribution and distribution solution for the territories the...
‘There’s a lot more acceptance of the cloud and a lot less fear’
Globecast's Ian Redgewell explains how the power of the cloud is leading to a true operational paradigm shift as well as opening up new...
Researchers successfully transmit data at 1.53 petabits per second over standard optical fibre
NICT, Japan said a further expansion of transmission capacity can be anticipated by combining this technology with multi-band wavelength-division multiplexing technology
Pixel Power delivers graphics automation for ITV brand refresh
All programme promos and idents are generated on Pixel Power systems, including automated trailer production, jointly developed with ITV as Project Phoenix
AWS helps Denmark’s TV 2 expand streaming services
TV 2 has transitioned from on-premises to cloud infrastructure with the help of AWS, which the broadcaster says has helped its transformation from...
Netflix deploys open source software in worldwide content operations
The GPAC Project on Advanced Content is an open source software that provides a modular multimedia framework for packaging, streaming, inspecting and playing content
Report finds ‘certain degree of reluctance’ around protecting core business assets in media industry
Almost half of respondents said they have concerns arising from migration or the increased use of cloud services
Quickplay, Vionlabs partner on AI-based metadata creation
The companies have integrated their technologies to increase viewer engagement and drive revenue
Turkish news broadcaster Haber Global expands content offering with Cinegy
Cinegy Capture PRO provides the broadcaster with a simple to install, flexible and reliable ingest resource, with shared access for multiple users, said the...
Netflix becomes first streamer to have TV series and films preserved in BFI National Archive
Shows such as Bridgerton, Heartstopper and Top Boy will be digitally preserved for generations to come, said the BFI
Belgium’s VRT selects LiveOS software for software-based studio
The LiveOS solution moves functionalities traditionally found in dedicated hardware devices to software modules, that run on generic IT servers
Scientists set new data transmission record of 1.8 petabits per second
The researchers transmitted 1.8 Pbit/s, which was carried by the light from one optical source. That corresponds to twice the current global internet traffic
InterDigital and Philips to develop video-based immersive codecs for XR
InterDigital will contribute expertise on immersive codecs, including Visual Volumetric Video (V3), Video-based Point Cloud Compression (V-PCC) and MPEG Immersive Video (MIV)
Marquise Technologies adds VC-6 compression to QC reference player
SMPTE ST 2117-1 (VC-6), is a multi-layer coding standard that utilises in-loop AI techniques
Leveraging the use of the cloud for the media industry
Tedial CTO Julian Fernandez-Campon looks into the term 'cloud-native' and what it means for broadcasters and content owners
From archive to asset: Why streamers and broadcasters are doubling down on digitisation
The pandemic saw an archive-based goldmine unearthed as broadcasters and streamers digitised content from previous years. According to Lance Podell, senior vice president and...