The Evolution of Media Operations: Achieving centralization in a decentralized production environment
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The pace at which we produce content has accelerated more in the last five years than in the last 50. Thanks in part to streaming and the emergence of new forms of broadcasted entertainment, like esports, the thirst for content has never been higher. Yet the way content is produced is also more varied, dispersed, and dynamic. Both remote production and the remote teams behind them continue to challenge the way producers are scheduling, producing, and managing content. In the last five years we’ve seen an 185% increase in Media Operations roles resulting from the increase in productions. However, the requirement to drive efficiencies in both cost and operations adversely impact the workflows and budgets of production, particularly in live television. How do producers balance the increased demand for content with lower budgets while managing a dispersed team? Cloud-based centralization and automation.
In this Fireside Chat between Xytech Systems CEO, Keith Buckley and Gordon Castle, Director, Strategic Business Development, AWS Media, Entertainment, and Sports, examine the power of centralizing Media Operations to enable the management and orchestration of resources and technology through the cloud.