Experts say the broadcast industry’s transition to IP infrastructure is likely to dominate this year’s show in Amsterdam. But there’s still plenty of room for developments in the cloud, artificial intelligence, OTT, cybersecurity and more to keep technologists busy on both the show floor and in its conference rooms.
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Dr. Glodina Connan-Lostanlen of Imagine Communications has won the first Outstanding Woman in Broadcast Award. The honor is presented by IABM, the international trade association for broadcast and media technology, in association with Rise, the advocate group for gender diversity in the sector. The award was presented at IABM’s Annual International Business Conference awards ceremony on […]
IABM, the international trade association for suppliers of broadcast and media technology, today appointed Kathy Bienz its new director North America. Bienz starts her new role with immediate effect, taking over from Caryn Cohen. Bienz has more than 20 years’ experience in the broadcast and media industry with companies including Grass Valley, ChyronHego, Leitch Technology, Harris, […]
A new report from IABM covering the last half of 2017, also shows a decline in profit growth, but also points to reasons for optimism looking ahead. The transition to software (including the cloud) is well underway, though hardware remains the primary source of both revenues and profits for most suppliers.