IBC365 | BBC Wales | SMPTE | Rohde & Schwarz | BCE
IBC365’s second webinar on IP will offer practical insights on building IP-based broadcast facilities.
The webinar features presentations from three media firms working with IP, including case studies from broadcasters working with end-to-end IP and one systems integrator who is providing IP tools and services.
The switch from SDI to IP-based broadcast studios is now well under way. Going fully IP will allow broadcasters unparalleled flexibility from production to workflow to playout.
Through a series of early adopter case studies, IBC365 examines how broadcasters and suppliers are meeting this transition and what real-world benefits the IP revolution can bring broadcasters, vendors and audiences.
IBC365’s webinar on the cloud will examine how the technology has been adopted by the post-production, content management and playout sectors.
Three case studies from a post-production facility and two broadcasters provide the basis for a discussion about the adoption of cloud-based services and tools.
According to a recent IABM survey, some 85% of broadcast industry buyers plan to deploy cloud technology in the next three years.
Through a series of early adopter case studies, IBC365 will examine how vendors and technology suppliers have responded to this demand, whilst also looking at the changes broadcast and media businesses need to make in order to derive maximum benefit from the cloud.
Josh Derby, Vice President, Technology Development & Strategy, Discovery Communications
Tim Bertioli, Vice President, International Operations, VICE Media
Eben Clancy, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Phantom Sun Post Production
Will 5G herald a complete shake up of the broadcast and media industry?
Watch now on demand to explore the implications and potential of 5G from a user and supplier perspective and gain technical and business takeaways for your 5G strategy.
Darko Ratkaj, Senior Project Manager for Technology & Innovation, EBU
Phill Lawson-Shanks, Chief Architect & Vice President of Innovation, EdgeConneX
Gianluca Noya, Managing Director Network Mobile Services, Accenture
Cyber attacks are on everyone’s agenda but with so much at stake just how should Broadcast, Media and Entertainment players protect themselves in an increasingly hostile world?
High profile attacks on broadcast and media players are on the increase. But what does the threat landscape look like? What are the new attack surfaces and how should broadcasters and media companies approach cybersecurity?
Brian Brackenborough, CISO, Channel 4
Richard Welsh, CEO, Sundog Media Toolkit & VP of Education, SMPTE
Cameron Brown, Information Security Strategist & Cyber Defence, EY