Post-pandemic normalcy returned to Amsterdam as broadcasters and vendors convened, but a palpable sense of economy and efficiency blanketed the International Broadcasting Convention.
NAB attendees with their curiosity peaked by ChatGPT had loads of AI-related questions for vendors and the cloud, virtual production and FAST channels dominated other conversations in the annual Las Vegas convocation. Pictured: Brainstorm combined camera feeds from talent in front of a green screen and an LED wall into one screen (upper right) at its NAB booth.
SDVI, the platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, announced today in a press release that its Rally media supply chain platform has earned the Blue Shield certification from the […]
At the 2023 NAB Show (April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth W2327), SDVI will demonstrate how its Rally media supply chain management platform “enables media companies to […]
Several years after the pandemic pushed a wide embrace of cloud editing, the technology has made significant strides in speed and automation. Above, Avid’s Edit on Demand is a cloud-based premium editing and post-production solution that can be deployed and scaled on demand.
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, has hired Mark Harahan as vice president of sales for North America, while promoting current sales vice president, Simon Adler, to […]
The NAB New York Show will be back at the Javits Center after a long pandemic hiatus. Following a strong showing at IBC earlier this month, expectations around it are rising.
OOONA, a global provider of professional management and production tools for the media localization industry, announced today that it has partnered with SDVI to help organizations automate their media localization […]
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, has hired Nahuel Villegas as vice president of sales for Latin America. In this new role at SDVI, Villegas will lead […]
While previous Devoncroft conferences took place at off-site hotels, the 2022 edition was co-located with the NAB Show and held on the Main Stage of the North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It drew hundreds of senior executives for an afternoon of panel discussions on everything from cloud migration and IP connectivity to virtual production and blockchain technology. Above, Devoncroft Principal Analyst Josh Stinehour (left) and Sinclair CEO Chris Ripley talking technology.
SDVI will take advantage of the in-person 2022 NAB Show (April 23-27 in Las Vegas) to reconnect with colleagues, partners, and customers from across the industry. The company’s booth (W4711) […]
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, has rolled out a new sustainability program that makes all usage of its Rally media supply chain optimization platform, going back […]
Vendors say broadcasters are increasingly looking to expand virtualization of their operations across the whole chain, and they’re also seeking to take that virtualization off-premises, either in their own master control hubs or the public cloud.
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, released a new Rally platform deployment partnership with TMT Insights, a professional services and software development company with strong expertise in […]
Unlike studios and streamers, U.S. and international broadcasters have been reluctant to embrace the Interoperable Master Format. Their move to UHD programming and gradual operational shift to the cloud may change that.
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, says Rally Access for Adobe Premiere Pro is now available to users of the SDVI Rally media supply chain platform through […]
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, says that its usage metrics for the first half of 2021 from the Rally cloud-native media supply chain platform have surpassed […]
Executives at a TVNewsCheck webinar last week said that broadcasters mulling investments in new cloud-based workflows should spend as much time thinking about inherent changes for their personnel as they do considering which software vendors and cloud platforms they might use.
Two executives with extensive experience in broadcast technology and cloud workflows will participate as speakers in a TVNewsCheck webinar set for Thursday at 1 p.m. ET. They join executives from Sky and Global Eagle, who will talk about what they have learned building IP supply chains for media companies. Pictured are, clockwise from left, Dave Travis, group director of content, broadcast and platforms, Sky; Terri Davies, SVP content and media services, Anuvu; Evan Statton, principal architect for media and entertainment, AWS; Glen Dickson, contributing editor, TVNewsCheck and the event’s moderator; and Simon Eldridge, co-founder and chief product officer, SDVI. Register here to attend.
SDVI, a supplier of cloud-native media supply chain solutions, said its Rally Media Supply Chain Platform integrates and manages Amazon Web Services (AWS) Media Intelligence (MI) solutions. AWS MI solutions […]
SDVI, a supplier of cloud-native media supply chain solutions, has hired Geoff Stedman as chief marketing officer. He will oversee all marketing activities with a focus on leading strategic initiatives […]
The coronavirus pandemic has amped up the transition to cloud-based workflows as broadcasters have employed as many remote operations as possible. The next frontier: an acceleration of live production applications in the cloud. Above, an Amazon Web Services Outpost cloud server.
Sky has invested $2 million in TV technology company SDVI alongside Fox, Turner and Discovery. The companies have participated in a new round of funding for the Silicon Valley firm, which provides cloud-based services to manages their content supply chains.