Date: September 3rd 2019 Time: 15:30 BST, 10am EDT
Across the media and entertainment industry, more organisations are moving to modern, cloud-based applications to meet growing demands for scale and flexibility.
As a complement to the scale and efficiency of high-volume cloud-based IT operations, process automation can greatly streamline media workflows.
In this webinar, James Wilson from IBM Aspera on Cloud shows its impact on routine processes whilst BASE Media Cloud joins to describe purpose-built cloud workflows for digital media companies, including automated quality control and content distribution.
Director of Engineering,
IBM Aspera on Cloud
BASE Media Cloud
Blockchain, often cast aside as a mere hype word, won’t be gone from our lives just like ‘cloud’ and ‘AI’. However it can’t be said that sometimes it’s applied without thought to its true value. Here, IBM Aspera look at where blockchain can actually fit within broadcast.
Blockchain, simplistically, allows you to verify the authenticity of something in a very secure and reliable way, so its applicability to retail and logistics is clear. However, in broadcast we deliver millions of programmes, adverts, trailers, rushes each and every day both to screens and behind the scenes. So if it can disrupt and improve other industries, why not outs?
Blockchain is interesting in not just in its features but also how it does it. In this webinar we’ll see some of that, understanding what how it works and what a ‘trusted business network’ looks like.
James Wilson and Jonathan Solomon will explain the encryption and key exchange that underpins the technology and how this offers improved asset tracking and even execution of commercial and legal terms.
Directory of Engineering,
Strategic Initiatives Engineer, Streaming
At IBC 2018, FOX Sports, Telestream and Aspera explained how they dealt with the masses of content generated at the FIFA World Cup 2018.
Find out how FOX Sports built their workflow to produce the games with teams in both LA and Sochi.
- Reed Kaufman explains which teams remained in the US and who was at the onsite IBC (International Broadcast Centre) in Russia and the benefits of keeping some work in the US.
- Auto-Generation of 29,000 video clips by Watson/Thuuz AI engine
- International Connectivity Concerns
- Ken Haren discusses how Telestream created an AVC-I workflow which functioned both on-premise and in the cloud recording 3000 live streams and managing 22,600 clips in Reach Engine.
- And Mike Flathers details how Aspera linked the two countries with FASP Stream integrated directly into the Telestream infrastructure.
Executive Director, Post Production at Fox Sports
Aspera, an IBM Company
In this webinar, learn what challenges there are in today’s production and how EVS has teamed up with Aspera at major international sporting events to build Cloud-based production workflows that connect live content with production teams, accredited teams and final viewers. Also discussed is how next generation sports broadcasting workflows are transforming the digital media supply chain.