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Android TV: Inside Google’s TV platform

As part of a themed week on the viewer experience, this webinar will focus specifically on Android TV, examining the vendor environment, including deployment options and key vendor partnerships.
In considering the route to launching Android TV services, it will explore:

-Video delivery and playback, including adaptive bitrate streaming
-Hardware: Smart TVs and set top boxes
-The viewer experience: User interface and quality of experience
-Content discovery: Personalisation, apps and voice search
-Understanding audiences: Managing and analysing viewer data
-Monetisation platforms and commerce opportunities
Recorded Sep 29 2020 63 mins
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    Cloud-based tools and workflows enabled teams to continue editing, grading, mixing, conforming and collaborating to review, approve and store content.

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    Live production operations are no longer the complex on-site circus they once were. Most live events – including sports, music concerts and entertainment events have now adopted leaner methods provided by remote production technology.

    In the post-Covid world, it has become even more important to embrace this technology. Distributed workforces have added another layer of cloud and security considerations over low-latency connectivity.

    These aspects combine to create the next-gen live production process and make it remote, virtualised and distributed.

    Sergi Sendra, Senior Director of Sports Production, MotoGP and Dorna Sports
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    This webinar will look at the strategic drivers behind the deployment of CDN technology from the perspective of broadcasters and platforms.

    The drivers behind CDN strategy will be discussed in the context of prioritising user experience, scalability and the outlook for new technology. Panelists include Carlos Octavio, Head of Architecture and Analytics for Globo, Steve Miller-Jones, Vice President of Product Strategy at Limelight Networks, and Paul Tweedy, Lead Architect, Online Technology Group at BBC Design + Engineering.
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    • Increasing the reach of your CDN through the deployment of micro-pop network
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  • Super-Aggregation and Cloud-Powered IPTV: A case study Recorded: Oct 7 2020 63 mins
    IBC | Xperi | Tivo | Liberty Latin America | Velocix | Waltenspiel
    Join IBC365 on Wednesday 7th October at 5pm BST to explore the implications for pay-tv operators in an OTT-centric world via a real-world case study focused on consumer centricity, super-aggregation, cloud agility, and the key components needed to deliver on them.

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    Addressable ads promise greater engagement with viewers and therefore healthier return for advertisers, but what are the barriers to adoption?

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    -Hardware: Smart TVs and set top boxes
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    -Content discovery: Personalisation, apps and voice search
    -Understanding audiences: Managing and analysing viewer data
    -Monetisation platforms and commerce opportunities
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    Using these individual services, often cloud based, can help create more powerful solutions more quickly - embracing the latest AI and ML capabilities, and making it easier to swap out individual components like transcoders in future. This approach also paves the way for platforms that make dynamic choices of individual cloud-based services based on demand and cost on a pay-as-you-go basis.

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    •When to adopt a microservices-based approach
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    Chris Lennon, president and CEO, MediAnswers
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    What does it take to stand out in such a crowded landscape, and what kinds of services are likely to thrive? And how has the coronavirus pandemic affected launch plans?

    This IBC365 panel will debate the key to success in the OTT sector, discussing the strategy, content, business models, technology, marketing and distribution that services need to succeed.

    Reemah Sakaan, Group Director SVOD, ITV and SVP Creative Head, BritBox
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    With media companies scrambling over the past few weeks to adapt the way they make content, many producers, post firms and broadcasters have implemented remote working, with everyone from editors to presenters now working from home. There has been rapid and impressive innovation around remote workflows, but how much of this will remain in place when we eventually emerge from lockdown?

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    •What technology has proved itself invaluable for remote working
    •How remote working will be incorporated into daily working life in future

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    Ingenuity and innovation that might normally take years has sprung up in days as working from home becomes the new normal for everyone from video editors to on-screen talent.

    This webinar will help everyone across our industry deploy remote operations and technology as they battle to maintain content pipelines and stay on air. We'll share first-hand experiences, tips and advice on new ways of working, including:
    •Remote editing and cloud collaboration for post-production
    •Live broadcasting from fully remote distributed teams
    •Emerging newsgathering techniques

    Jack Edney, Operations Director, The Farm Group
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    Rick Phelps, Chief Commercial Officer, OWNZONES
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    Live content, in particular sport, is an essential element of traditional broadcasters’ linear schedules and an increasingly attractive way for streamers to build audiences. With viewers becoming accustomed to increasingly sophisticated ways of relaying the action, IBC365 will consider some of the ways in which large-scale live events are presented to audiences.

    In this webinar, IBC365 will speak to broadcasters, production teams and their suppliers about the latest technology and techniques they are using to create richer and ultimately more immersive viewing experiences.

    The webinar will consider the importance and impact of access to increasing amounts of data, the use of cloud-based tools to handle and turn that data into insights, the role of GFX to support storytelling and what part tools such as augmented reality play in studio presentation.


    Remo Ziegler
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    Michael Cole
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    Chris Evans
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  • Fighting pirates and safeguarding content distribution in an OTT world Recorded: Mar 18 2020 59 mins
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    From password sharing to illegal streaming devices to state-sponsored piracy, content owners face a continual technology and business challenge to protect their content on its journey to reach legitimate consumers, while ensuring that the user experience for paying customers is not degraded.

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    •Role of watermarking and fingerprinting
    •Identifying and stopping sources of illegal streaming
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    - Understand the technology investment required to build class-leading user experience and assess the rise of shared platforms like LovesTV and Salto.

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    Niels Baas managing director, NLZIET

    Richard Davidson-Houston, Founder and MD, Finally Found

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    Explore the technology, use cases and business models behind AR including:
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    - Grow audiences while increasing advertising and subscription revenue by delivering unforgettable experiences.

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    - Trent Collie, senior partner development manager, Microsoft
    - Harry Grinling, chief executive officer, Support Partners
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    • Bringing complex esports events to life on screen to engage audiences.
    • Optimising live production operations to produce esports events for a huge international audience.
    • Comparing esports production with traditional sports and events broadcasting.
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