Following on from last week’s post part II is here. Wes Simpson looks at use of IP in Remote Production/Remote Integration (REMI) and finished with a panel discussion including Newtek and Grass Valley, a Belden brand.
This video talks about:
Why Broadcasters need networking?
Typical Live remote sports broadcast roles
Overview of video & audio Signal types
HDR & Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)
Data (metadata, scripts etc)
REMI – Remote Integration, AKA ‘Remote Production’ in Europe.
Overview of what tasks can be done at base, what still needs to be done ‘on-site’
This technical presentation from Carl Petch of Telstra Broadcast Services looks at some of the reasons why broadcast providers are moving to virtualization, and what the benefits are of applying virtualization to broadcast workflows. Carl explains the vendors they used, the way they architected their solution and some lessons learnt!
Did you miss IBC this year or only have time to see half? Come to the joint meeting with the RTS Thames Valley and RTS Southern Centre and you will be able to catch up on all the highlights and discuss the hot topics this year with this panel of experienced attendees.
The IBC Roundtable discussion is back and this time tackles Diversity and Inclusion with views from Sundog Media Toolkit, ITV and Grass Valley, a Belden Company.
Bringing diversity and inclusion into the company at large
Benefits of diversity to the company
Recruiting for diversity as a startup
Supporting parents at work
Altering the age balance in an organisation
Working at the industry level to support company’s ability to hire
Recruiting from outside the industry
Role models & Mentoring
How the industry is perceived through trade shows
Moderated by: Naomi Climer Chair, IBC Council Speakers:
Neil Maycock VP Global Marketing, Grass Valley, a Belden Company
Faz Aftab Online Commerical Editor, ITV
Richard Welsh Co-founder and CEO, Sundog Media Toolkit
Held a couple of months before SMPTE 2110 was ratified at IBC, this panel discussion with Riedel, Evertz, EVS and Grass Valley looks at the state of SDI and IP: Which technologies are relevant now and which will win in the long run?
The conversation covers these topics and more:
12G Vs 3G SDI
Versions of UHD SDI
When should a vendor implement IP?
Will the future include compression?
How do you handle variable latencies with compression?
With the first all-IP and 12G-SDI OB trucks beginning to hit the road, and an increasing number of broadcast centres implementing comprehensive IP-based or hybrid infrastructures, this discussion will focus on the issue of connectivity and whether it is advantageous to use SDI or IP infrastructures – or indeed hybrid approaches utilising both. This panel discussion discussed the imperatives behind this dramatic technological change, the challenges that it presents, and the probable roadmap for the next few years. There will also be analysis of current industry initiatives such as AIMS and the ways in which these can help smooth the transition.
This Panel was part of the Broadcast Innovation Day hold by Broadcast Solutions GmbH.
Laurent Petit, VP Products, EVS
Simon Reed, Managing Director, Evertz UK
Thomas Riedel, CEO, RIEDEL Communications GmbH & Co. KG
Phil Myers, Former IP Product Manager, Grass Valley (formerly Snell Advanced Media (SAM))
Moderation: David Davies, Managing Editor, SVG Europe
Tasked with producing more live coverage with squeezed resources, broadcasters are turning to remote live productions.
This webinar looks at how correctly implemented, remote productions can reduce the movement of people and equipment; increase the utilization of equipment; reduce on-site set-up times; and maximize the efficiency of production teams.
Have you worked on remote (@ home) live productions?
Are you planning to implement remote (@ home) live productions?
Are you looking for new, innovative ways to increase the efficiency and reach of your live production operations?
January 9th, 2018 8:00 am PDT, 11:00 am EDT, 16:00 GMT
HDR is the latest “next big thing.” Many experts see the improvements in the perceived image quality delivered by HDR as greater than any of the features that make up UHD. Still HDR productions and delivery to the home have not been widely adopted yet, especially for live content. What’s holding up more widespread adoption and when should you jump in?
In this Webinar two experts in the field of HDR will present and discuss their experiences gained from more than 3 years of live HDR productions. Join us and learn the status of HDR live productions and some of the best practices to deliver HDR and related SDR content to the user. Register Now!