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IBC Content Everywhere Hub Programme

IBC Content Everywhere Hub Programme

AdobeEach daily programme consists of two hour-long sessions and panel discussions looking at consumer behaviours, business models and technologies that drive the growth of content engagement over connected devices.

The Hub also showcases a series of short demonstrations exhibiting the latest products and services that are shaping the development of new connected technologies; and looking at their effect on traditional broadcast media.

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15 Sep 2017
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    14.J10
    The silos of TV, web, mobile, and social networks are merging, and video content will evolve accordingly.
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    14.J10
    On-line TV services are generating more and more traffic - with more viewers, more content and with 4K still to come.
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    14.J10
    Content providers look to DRM as a crucial component against piracy, demanded by studios for premium digital content distribution, and increasingly as a business monetisation technology.
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    14.J10
    Mware's Cloud-based Middleware system allows Operators to support multiple target groups each with their own branding and user interfaces, selected from the available stunning user interface collection.
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    14.J10
    Unlike broadcast, where distribution costs are fixed irrespective of audience size, online costs have typically increased incrementally as the audience grows. However, the connected environment of the ...
    • HUB
    14.J10
    A Multiscreen Experience - live demonstrations from the cloud.
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    14.J10
    Over the past five years there has been an unprecedented rise in Over-The-Top (OTT) technology.
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    14.J10
    There are a multitude of use cases for OTT distribution: a complement to traditional broadcast
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    14.J10
    Consumption of Streaming Media (Video and Audio) is at all time high on mobiles.
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    14.J10
    There are 2 important issues with the growth of online video delivery:
16 Sep 2017
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    14.J10
    With companies such as Netflix, Apple and Amazon in the market, it can be difficult to build an online customer experience that not only attracts consumers with the right 'cool factor,’ but also offers a brand experience that keeps consumers coming back for more.
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    14.J10
    'Live2VOD’ is very much the buzzword of the moment.
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    14.J10
    Traditional servers not only use large amounts of power and generate heat, they are also slow.
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    14.J10

    Learn how to generate subtitles automatically and in real-time for live TV shows and live streaming channels. The subtitling solution from VoiceInteraction is always available for live programming and breaking events, delivering highly accurate subtitles in several languages and with a low latency time.

    • HUB
    14.J10
    Hear from Andreas Eriksson, Head of Sales for Telstra Broadcast Services, as he introduces Telstra’s new Distributed Production Network in Australia.
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    14.J10
    The key in live events coverage is now to keep social media as up-to-date as live TV.
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    14.J10
    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 ...
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    14.J10
    Ease Live integrates with existing broadcast graphics systems and enables interactive, clickable on-air graphics on any device.
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    14.J10
    There is only one way to reduce cost and optimise workflows.
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    14.J10
    Online platforms including Facebook, youTube and Periscope have democratized access to live broadcasting and are opening up opportunities for institutions, event organisers and rights owners who tradi ...
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    14.J10
17 Sep 2017
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    14.J10
    We present Unified Remix, our solution for adaptive bit-rate streaming of video presentations with inserted or edited content.
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    14.J10
    Operators expect the uniform device user experience on all devices even provided by different manufactures.
    • HUB
    14.J10
    In M&E, the media supply chain is the process of receiving, checking and transforming media supplied by content creators, in order to prepare it for a specific use, typically output to specific delivery platforms.
    • HUB
    14.J10
    Browsers are the killer applications that many network device manufacturers need to embed in their products. However, there are many challenges that hinder the dream of building performant web browsers for low-cost devices.
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    14.J10
    When it comes to Pay TV market, Linux has been dominating the STB business for ages.
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    14.J10
    In the past there was only one channel. Then the amount of channels increased and with the advent of the internet we have more options and behaviors than ever before.
    • HUB
    14.J10
    As the opening panel discussion of IBC 2017, this session is intended to set the scene and help visitors get up-to-speed with the latest developments in Content Everywhere. Speakers will review the cu ...
    • HUB
    14.J10
    Internet-stream-transport aka "BROADCAST 3.0" is going to the next level at IBC 2017, Hall 14, J14.
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    14.J10
    M2A Media delivers a completely flexible cloud based live event streaming service.
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    14.J10
    As with other online services, user experience is key to the success of OTT video services.  A wide variety of innovative techniques and technologies are available to service providers who want to suc ...
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    14.J10
    Haivision, along with technology partner Wowza, will demonstrate and explain SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) enabling low latency high quality live video distribution over the open internet.
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    14.J10
18 Sep 2017
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    14.J10

    Lessons from the field: successful business cases and new approaches to monetize the content with Android based OTT solution.

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    14.J10
    Over-The-Top (OTT) data harmonisation is not simple. New devices, new service providers, and new ways of consuming content have changed everything.
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    14.J10
    In just the last year, NeuLion streamed over 12 billion minutes of video, across 63,000 live events to consumers in over 180 countries.
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    14.J10
    Join us for a demonstration looking at incremental mechanisms for the monetisation of OTT.
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    14.J10
    Every business tries to be closer to its customers and target audience in order to make better marketing offers, build more affordable pricing policy, and provide better responsiveness to customers’ requests.
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    14.J10
    Created in 2011 Aptoide is one of the Top 3 App Stores for Android OS, having reached more than 140 million users and 3 billion downloads.
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    14.J10
    Drawing on recent research into how Pay-TV operators, content owners and OTT providers are using customer data
    • HUB
    14.J10

    This presentation will discuss the recent history of DRM for media, it’s perceived failures and success and it’s rise to a now mandatory technology for premium online video content.

    • HUB
    14.J10
    TMG provides efficient solutions to tackle free-to-air illegal broadcast off non-licensed content and to globally monitor content airing, and will be delighted to introduce its brand new range of services.
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    14.J10
    Recent months have seen several high-profile cyber attacks that have impacted companies and institutions around the world
    • HUB
    14.J10
    Axinom CMS is a fully extensible content management system with highly automated media workflows for SVOD, TVOD, AVOD, and LIVE video streaming scenarios
  1. The growth of online video consumption means it is essential that broadcasters monetise their channels across connected platforms and devices.

  2. 14.J10
    IBM Watson Media leverages Watson’s cognitive capabilities to provide a deeper analysis of video and extract metadata like keywords, concepts, visual imagery, tone and emotional context. 
  • IBC is the only exhibition we attend. It’s very important for those in the broadcasting industry.
    Jochen Albrecht
    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
  • IBC represents an important annual industry dialogue where the worlds of technology and media intersect.
    Erik Huggers
    CEO, Vevo
  • IBC is the exhibition that gives us the most exposure in the broadcasting industry. The exhibition is a really special show and is close to everyone’s hearts. It gets better every year and has got a great vibe.
    Anoushka Farouk
    Marketing Manager - TSL
  • IBC is not about quantity it’s about quality. Conversations we have are enlightening in every sense. Everyone is here to do business.
    Robert Lisman
    Director of Marketing - Primestream
  • The greatest thing about IBC is that it provides the facilities to network with industry professionals whilst getting great knowledge on new technology.
    Gina Canzano
    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast

 

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