Intercom systems have adapted as modern broadcast workflows and productions become more demanding. Experts from Riedel, Robert Bosch ME and Clear-Com weigh in on the evolution of the technology.
For those of you who have innovated in MENA TV, radio, film, OTT and all things entertainment, please participate in the awards nominations at broadcastpromeawards.com.
With AI, recommendations are more intelligent, search functions are more specific and user retention is at an all-time high, writes Peter Chave, Principal Architect at Akamai.
One of the most rewarding aspects of the judging process is the opportunity to witness innovations in broadcast from various parts of the world within content production, distribution and management.
With a bottom-up approach, beginning with the end user and working up to the headend, the media industry can reduce abandonment, increase engagement, improve repeat viewership and protect brands, writes Ted Korte of Qligent.
Time will tell if this surge in Chinese media initiatives will translate to soft power.
Consumers may find themselves with an unnecessary dilemma over which HDR-format TV to purchase and manufacturers need to work hard to educate consumers writes Anthony Smith-Chaigneau, Senior Product Marketing Director at Nagra.
Should there be a greater collaborative effort between governments to share the broadcast rights as well as the investment that goes into them?
Kieran Kunhya, MD at Open Broadcast Systems predicts a more concerted move to IP studios, enabling broadcasters to properly maximise the benefits of IP. However, this will not be without challenges.
An in-depth coverage of the inaugural MENA Anti-Piracy Conference organised by BroadcastPro ME.
"We require such an authority – one that does not just regulate us all the time, but ... serves as a liaison between broadcasters and government authorities" - Vijaya Cherian, Editorial Director.
A high-quality mastering format is key to enabling the highest quality viewing experience over any platform and on any device – and today that is UHD/4K.
SDP is based on the idea that broadcasters should be able to use whatever choice of transport is most appropriate for a project.
The MENA media industry is going through a time of tumultuous change. Some of it is exciting and upbeat, others are downright disconcerting.
For greater safety, speed and peace of mind, space-based storage is the new media star, writes Cliff Beek, President of Cloud Constellation Corporation and a guest columnist for BroadcastPro ME.
Remote production is increasingly gaining traction for live sport. If it can be done in Australia, it can also be done here in the UAE.
The African filmmakers' panel hosted by Canon at CABSAT and moderated by Vijaya Cherian, Editor of BroadcastPro ME, painted a complex but promising picture for the continent.
From education and punitive steps to watermarking, MENA demonstrates many ways to tackle the scourge of content piracy.
Nigeria has a USD 3bn movie industry with 80 films produced on average each week, generating a whopping $610 million annually.
This was the key takeaway from the ASBU BroadcastPro Selevision Summit last month, where the CEOs of some of the most high-profile media entities in the region congregated to discuss the best way forward.