Join IBC365 on Thursday 25 April at 4pm BST to explore why creators are turning to cloud to transform the way they make great content and how virtualised workflows are unlocking the ability to work in new ways: faster, more collaborative, more efficient and more creative.
This webinar goes inside some of the world’s leading content creators, production and post-production operations to hear how they are embracing cloud technology to transform the creative processes used to make, produce and deliver video.
The webinar will cover ways in which cloud is enabling more collaboration, access to more talent, round-the-clock working, more content security, and slicker workflows. There’s also a dose of reality, as the human and technology challenges and the potential pitfalls of virtualising creative workflows are explored.
Case studies focus on using cloud for:
•Streamlining content creation in the field
•Transforming production and post-production processes
•Efficient content delivery and backhaul
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.
AWS is synonymous with cloud computing and whether you use it or not, knowing how to do things in AWS reaps benefits when trying to understand or implement systems in a cloud infrastructure. Knowing what’s possible and what others are doing is really useful, so whilst I don’t usually cover heavily product-specific resources here on The Broadcast Knowledge I still believe that knowing AWS is knowing part of the industry.
Here, there are 3 consecutive webinars which cover building a live streaming channel from the fundamentals through to making it operational and ongoing monitoring and maintenance.
Session one at 3pm GMT looks at end-to-end workflows and strategies for redundancy. It looks at both contribution of video into the cloud as much as what happens when it arrives and the delivery.
Session two at 4pm GMT looks examines the more complex workflows where you spread processing/failover across multiple regions and other similar situations.
Session three is the last of the day at 5pm GMT looking at setting up end-to-end monitoring to take the guesswork out of delivering the service on an on-going basis.
Date: February 27, 2019 at 8am PT / 4pm GMT and a second session at 10am IST / 12:30pm SGT
Whilst The Broadcast Knowledge avoids product walkthroughs in favour of more educational videos and webinars, AWS is so large that, in some ways, just understanding it is helpful even if you don’t use it and the building blocks with which you build your systems is more or less replicated in other vendors’ platforms so it does pay to keep up. So here we have a webinar on the workflows you can build with AWS – and it’s on twice so you can’t use timezones as an excuse not to attend!
This webcast discusses how new video workflow solutions from AWS directly address the changes businesses are going through. Highlights include:
Fast and affordable media production and archiving
Accessible content lakes and more efficient supply chains
Upgrading viewer personalization through machine learning
In this talk from Andy Wilson at Northern Waves 2018, we find that IMF, the Interoperable Master Format is not just about technology, but if anything it’s more about improving workflows today with an eye to being the foundation of future workflows and business models.
Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary release which needed 106 versions for its simultaneous world-wide release forms the example which shows how IMF helps broadcasters reduce duplicate copies, support versioning workflows, maintain quality and much more.
Mastering as a new route to save storage, costs and time – as well as look at automation as part of the process. This introductory session outlines the business benefits and use cases that the DPP have developed with global broadcasters and online players.
Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Time: 11 AM EST / 8 AM PDT / 16:00 BST / 8.30 PM IST
This webinar from Amagi will explain how live orchestration on cloud can simplify live events management by making the process centralised, while spinning up cloud infrastructure only for the duration of the event.
About the speakers
Baskar Subramanian Co-founder, Amagi
A technology enthusiast, Baskar leads technology and innovation at Amagi. Dividing his time between technology design and product delivery, Baskar ensures Amagi’s growth is in line with its vision of revolutionizing TV & OTT broadcast. Baskar has a number of patents to his name and regularly mentors various start-ups and businesses.
Mark Stephens Global Segment Leader – M&E, AWS
Mark Stephens is a global segment leader for partners focused on media and entertainment. His focus is to build a diverse ecosystem of partners in media and entertainment on AWS.
Date: Thursday 19th July, 16:00 BST
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are starting to transform the way content is created, managed and delivered.
New cognitive-computing tools are enhancing creativity, eliminating mundane repetitive work and unlocking new value from content.
AI is suddenly everywhere: the ready availability of powerful AI services from all the major cloud providers means hundreds of media technology products are plugging into AI and offering new ways of working.
This webinar cuts through the hype to reveal how media companies are actually using AI tools throughout the content supply chain – from aiding craft and creative work in post-production, automating metadata extraction and compliance, to making smart content recommendations to audiences. The speakers will explain how best to use AI, what we can and can’t do, and how it will continue to change workflows into the future.
Webinar: March 29th, 2018, 15:00 BST, 08:00 PDT
Cloud-based services offer video service providers flexibility and scale to deliver secure, high-quality live and on-demand video more efficiently so when AWS Elemental migrated their packaging and delivery solutions to the cloud, Verimatrix moved with them.
Tom Pollard, VP Product Management at Verimatrix and Lionel Bringuier, PM Director of Delivery Products at AWS Elemental team up for a detailed live discussion on the future of premium video delivery.
Webinar: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2017 – 16:00 GMT / 11:00AM PT / 2:00PM ET
IP is taking over, and it’s revolutionizing every step of the online video workflow and delivery chain, from camera to to encoder and beyond.
If you haven’t already embraced it, you will. But how do you make the change, and what are the benefits?
Join Streaming Media as they dive deep into the IP video revolution and what it can do for your business.
On-Demand Video of a talk at AWS re-Invent 2016
Discovery Communications is well known in broacast circles for their move the the cloud, arguably ahead of the curve. But their partnership with AWS continues and appears to have resulted in a felxibly, reliable infrastructure which has gone hand in hand with a move of Enterprise IT to the cloud.
This talk walks through Discovery’s migration of broadcast playout supporting hundreds of channels worldwide to AWS. It shows how Discovery has not only reduced their Total Cost of Ownership but also has improved their agility by launching new channels on demand. We also walk through how channel origination is being deployed in a secure, automated fashion, and with a level of high availability that exceeds what is possible in a traditional data center.