With Amazon, Netflix and so many other VOD services available, broadcasters like the BBC and Discovery are investing a lot in their own VOD services, known as Broadcaster VOD (BVOD) in order to maintain relevance, audiences and revenue.
With this in mind, IBC365 will discuss the business models, platforms and strategies being used by BVOD platforms. They will look at the BBC’s move to build a deep content library of free-to-view box sets, and to the importance of data, personalisation and addressable advertising models.
Further more, this webinar will talk about the commercial and technical requirements to build a BVOD to a standard that’s going to stand on its own in this increasingly crowded, but well-funded marketplace.
With smart speakers, mobile phones and computers all sporting voice-controlled interfaces, it’s no surprise that smart TVs, Apple TVs and others can be voice controlled. This webinar looks at how much consumers expect control and what they expect.
Getting voice right, can be a really big differentiator in terms of enjoyment and confidence of a service and the speakers discuss how that can enhance retention and growth.
As seen with a recent update to Apple’s HomePod which allows it to recognise who’s speaking, voice can be used for personalisation, security and privacy when carefully applied to the service.
The webinar will also discuss fraud reduction and ecommerce opportunities.
IBC is a culmination of the conference plus the exhibition. While the curation and themes of the conference are evident, the exhibition floor is the result of market forces which are harder to predict.
This panel brings together innovative exhibitors and experienced industry experts to explore what’s new this year, and find out which cutting-edge trends there will be to seek out, including:
• Controlling and monitoring more efficient, automated media supply chains.
• Mapping the rise of cloud and software-defined hyperconverged infrastructure.
• Delivering compelling user experiences for staff and consumers alike.
• Emerging business and technology models for broadcast and digital media.
The editor of the IBC Daily, George Bevir, brings in the people you need to help you navigate the exhibition, conference including IBC hacks: essential tips and tricks for getting the most out of IBC, the RAI and your time in Amsterdam.
IBC365 & IBC Daily
Director of Sales & Product Strategy,
Nutanix Xi Frame
Mary Ann Halford
Senior Independent Consultant
EVP International Sales & Marketing,
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.