The online event this week underscored 2020’s biggest TV tech trend — moving on-premise broadcast workflows and vendor products to the cloud — while anticipating 5G’s potential use in remote production. Above, a 5G-enabled camera used in a BBC-led trial exploring multi-camera synchronization.
A team of 10 world-leading broadcasters, collaborating as part of IBC’s Accelerator Innovation Program, today revealed plans for a “proof of concept” demonstration of a series of 5G-enabled remote broadcast production use cases, live from Amsterdam on Thursday, Sept. 10. The project team, led by the BBC, together with Al Jazeera Media Network, BT Sport, EBU, ITV, Olympic […]
Tektronix Inc., a provider of video test, monitoring and diagnostic solutions recently participated with the AIMS Alliance in the Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) to help guide prospective purchasers of IP-based equipment with greater insight into how industry equipment aligns to SMPTE standards. Testing of vendor-supplied equipment was administered by the EBU and IRT. […]
Karel De Bondt reported that the LiveIP project from Belgian public broadcaster VRT and the EBU has succeeded in delivering live television produced using IP to viewers and most recently delivered for the entire summer of 2016 a children’s channel produced out of its IP production facility, which includes a studio, production control room and data center tied.
An important step toward IP file-based workflows in broadcast, production, post production and archiving will be taken at the upcoming NAB Show with the first demonstration of the FIMS (Framework for Interoperable Media Services) 1.0 specification. This is a joint project between the European Broadcast Union and the Advanced Media Workflow Association set up to develop standards for broadcasting as it moves close to the world of IT, with content stored as files transmitted around IP networks.