IABM, an international trade and business association for broadcast and media technology with 450 members worldwide, has named Stuart Ray to the new role of head of skills and development. […]
The winners of IABM’s BaM Awards were announced at IABM’s BaM Awards reception on Sept. 16 at IBC 2023. The BaM Awards celebrate outstanding technological innovations that deliver real business […]
IABM, an international trade and business association for broadcast and media technology with 450 members worldwide, has named Jerry Gepner its new CEO. He replaces Peter White, who in almost […]
IABM, the international trade association for broadcast and media technology suppliers, and its exclusive data partner Caretta Research has released what they call the first detailed sizing of the of […]
Blackbird plc, the technology licensor, developer and seller of the cloud native video editing platform, Blackbird, has been named “IABM Broadcast / Media Company of the Year.” This IABM (International Association […]
Devoncroft and IABM announced the dissolution of their 50-50 joint venture IABM DC, LLC, which was formed in 2013 to develop and publish market research activities in the media and […]
IABM said today it “stands with many in deploring the totally unjustifiable, senseless and brutal invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Alongside his ruthless military assault, Putin is employing media technology to […]
IABM has just published the results of its second electronic components supply survey. The picture is bleak, with lead times lengthening and component prices rising significantly since IABM’s last survey in April […]
IABM has named Callum Jones head of digital at the international trade association for broadcast and media technology. Using the wealth of experience he has gained in leading digital initiatives at […]
At last week’s IABM 2020 Awards, Latakoo, a leading developer of software solutions for the broadcast and production industry, was named the Broadcaster/Media Company of the Year. The IABM Broadcaster/Media Company […]
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.
IABM, the international association for broadcast and media technology suppliers, has launched a dynamic virtual resource to provide a one-stop, central repository for business continuity information from countries around the […]
EVS, a provider of live video technology for broadcast and new media productions, today announced that Overcam, its new AI-based camera automation system, has won the IABM’s top honor for design […]
At its Gala Dinner Wednesday night — part of the IABM Annual International Business Conference & Awards in London — the IABM announced that Manfred Reitmeier from Rohde & Schwarz […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
The International Association of Broadcasting and Devoncroft Partners have formed a joint venture called IABM DC to deliver a series of market intelligence products and services in the broadcast technology space for broadcast and digital media clients.
Despite suppliers’ economic concerns, a new IABM report finds end-users projecting a $30 billion business by 2015. For all that’s going on at NAB 2012, click here.
The IABM (International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers) announced that 11 more broadcast and media technology suppliers have joined the association in the past three months. New IABM members include Arkivum, […]
The International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers has chosen Joe Zaller to be its North American market development officer. In this role with the IABM, Zaller will help to develop and […]
The International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers is hosting a “Manufacturers’ Forum, Understanding Broadcast Buyers,” Saturday, April 9, just prior to the 2011 NAB Show. All marketing and sales executives of […]