IBC2022 | BACK AT THE RAI AMSTERDAM

9-12 SEPTEMBER 2022

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IET Sessions

IET Sessions

The John Logie Baird Lecture - The State of the TV Business and the next 5 years

Saturday, 11h00, Room E102

5G, ATSC3.0, OTT/SVOD, LIVE sports, virtual production, smart audience engagement and enhanced business models…the pace of evolution in the past three years was breath-taking. The industry now requires new thinking to stay connected to the audience. This panel will discuss what strategies are working right now as well as initiatives and ideas to improve the television experience in the next five years.

Speakers:

  • Alan McLennan, CEP/Media, Head of M&E Americas, Atos (moderator)
  • Del Parks, President of Technology, Sinclair Broadcasting
  • Simon Crownshaw, Worldwide Strategy Director Media &Entertainment, Microsoft
  • Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, Zee Media

 

The John Logie Baird Lecture - The State of Video Technology and the next 5 years

Sunday 12h30, Room E102

VR, 8K, 4K, 3D, HDR, Codecs, Broadcast and Streaming …. the history of video technology has hits, misses and slow burns but innovation has been a constant. We have seen the rapid move to IP across all areas, but what can we expect for the next five years? What is the next big thing and what will disappear? Will UHD succeed despite slow adoption by broadcasters? Will broadcast itself survive?  How are we going to manage the evolution of video codecs and is there such a thing as sufficient compression?

Speakers:

  • Ian Nock, Founder Fairmile West Consulting (moderator)
  • Maria Ingold, Global VP Solution Engineering, Synamedia
  • Ranjeet Kaur, Associate Director of Products and Services, DTG
  • Xavier Leclercq, VP Business Development, Broadpeak

The John Logie Baird Lecture - The State of Audio Technology and the next 5 years

Sunday, 13h30, Room E102

Innovation in audio for television and film has often had a strong lead over video technology. This session looks at the latest movements in audio, the sticking points and how this might change in the near future. What factors are holding back Next Generation Audio adoption? What are the limits on live audio production and post-production in the cloud? How would Object Based Media adoption throughout the whole value chain affect audio workflows?

 

Speakers:

  • Rosanna Prada, IET (moderator)
  • Leading industry figures to be announced.