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Blockchain’s Impossible-to-Ignore Impact on the Entertainment Industry
The possibilities of blockchain for content creators, brokers and arbiters of intellectual property are too big to ignore.
What Transformation Looks Like for the Broadcast Industry
Post-pandemic, the three key components of transformation in the broadcast industry are culture, processes, and technology.
Our Industry’s on the Rebound… But From a Not-Awesome Reality
With 6.5% growth in M&E revenue in 2021, PwC’s Global Entertainment & Media Outlook forecasts global revenue reaching $2.6 trillion in 2025.
Temporary Fix To Permanent Flex – The Industry’s New Mode of Work
The pandemic may have panicked the industry into remote work, but its longevity has provided scope for a degree of standardization.
TV Industry Wants More WFH Flexibility Post-Pandemic
New surveys show that employees widely favor a hybrid model of working post-pandemic, ideally spending 2-3 days in the office each week.
Virtual Production Is Going Great, But… We Have Some Talent and Tech Challenges
A new report from Altman Solon finds virtual production is on the rise, but costs and finding experienced talent remain industry challenges.
CES 2023: The Consumer Technologies That’ll Impact Your Year
Kicking off CES 2023, the Consumer Technology Association’s Steve Koenig says the world is headed toward a “metaverse of things.”
How MovieLabs, SMPTE and EBU Are Mapping Out Cloud Workflows
The EBU MovieLabs and SMPTE have released a new guide for building interoperable workflows and metadata sets for use in the cloud.
How Broadcasters Are Prioritizing Operational Efficiency for 2023
With an economic recession guaranteed to impact most of the Western world, broadcasters must trim costs and target greater efficiencies.
The Move to Influencer Marketing (and What That’ll Mean)
Marketers are advising brands that influencer content should be an integral part of all digital marketing campaigns going forward.
From Cloud to Edge and Back Again: What Comes Next for Live Streaming
The live streaming industry is turning to edge computing to help reduce latency and bandwidth costs and keep up with customer demands.
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