How IP, the Cloud and Artificial Intelligence are reshaping the broadcast value chain

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16 Sep 2017

The cloud and IP-based technologies are increasingly accepted as ways of producing, managing and distributing content online.  Artificial intelligence and machine learning are also being added to the digital media tool-box.  Through case studies and their hands-on experience, panelists in this session will explain how these technologies can be used to update, and often automate, established workflows to create new content propositions for online distribution.


Ian Volans
Amit Pande, Product Manager - Google Cloud
Emily Hopson- Hill, Global Product Director of Media Logistics - OOYALA
Miguel Barreiro, CTO - Cinfo
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    CEO, Vevo
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    Gina Canzano
    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast


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