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Selling the second screen

As consumers’ viewing habits continue to change with second screens becoming more prevalent, broadcasters need to adopt smart strategies to monetise content that’s available to them, says Johann SchreursAs smart devices,...

Reel Effects

Reel Effects

Chris Bradshaw, SVP, Media & Entertainment, Chief Marketing Officer, Autodesk talks to BroadcastPro ME about how filmmakers are increasingly amalgamating storytelling, artistry and technologyVisual effects have come a long way....

Scheduling sport

Scheduling sport

Joel Ledlow, CEO, ScheduALLBroadcast networks can reduce the costs and challenges related to broadcasting live sport if they have an appropriate Enterprise Resource Management softwareAl Jazeera’s...

Defeating the jamming battle

Defeating the jamming battle

Mohammed Saifi, Broadcast Engineering Manager, twofour54As satellite communication technology evolves and grows continuously, satellite networks are increasingly subject to radio frequency interference from a variety of ground transmitters.Interference has become...

The cloud and the crowd

The cloud and the crowd

The broadcast and video production industry is yet to see the full benefits of cloud-based service provision largely due to bandwidth/cost constraints associated with storing, moving and processing large video...

Sound Advice

Sound Advice

When enjoying a television programme, audio represents half of the overall viewing experience and therefore, it must be right. To ensure the optimal experience for the customer, the broadcaster must...

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