Although YouTube remains a key hosting platform, Imagen provides a more secure, navigable and ad-free portal, ensuring a truly customised brand experience.
I first picked up a racket when I was 3 while in Israel while my Dad was taking part in a tournament. The games were recorded for broadcast so I’m told, but I have no idea if any of the footage still exists. Once again, I would have loved to see my Dad in action at those games.
Video consumption habits are changing but, underneath the technology, a range of business models both limit and enable our access to content. We explore the difference between SVOD, TVOD and AVOD models of consumption.
Every sporting federation from Cricket to Kabaddi will no doubt have some form of tape library, it’s important to transfer the history so programmes can continue to be made, and our attachment to the event will last longer.
CEO Tom Blake claimed that he couldn’t recollect a technology that has seen as quick a transformation from ground-breaking advancement to a commodity as cloud storage/ infrastructure has seen in the last few years. Let’s look at how that’s come around and what the next steps are.
It seems that every integration project I see at the moment calls for some kind of ‘watch folder’ as the preferred mechanism for moving content from one system to another. However, watch folders may not be the best solution. To find out why – keep reading.
A look at the pros and cons of cloud services for the media industry The broadcast industry loves a good buzz-word, and when we’re not talking about 4K and Ultra-HD, we’re talking about the cloud. Cloud storage and services are certainly on the verge of becoming major factors in broadcast and production workflows for storingRead more