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Divitel’s Gerton Van Den Beld discusses developing control and effi ciency in delivering quality video content as consumption increases

Telstra’s Carl Petch and Steven Dargham

Ming Chow of Huawei looks ahead to a diversifi ed future of video development

Mathieu Planche of Witbe on the topic of technology to ensure QofE


Streaming, video-on-demand and the challenges of delivering a great direct-to-consumer experience are the focus of IBC’s Content Distribution Workfl ow Tour, while the Live and Remote Production Tour covers the fast- changing world of live production, including news, sports and live events.

During the Content Distribution tour, which is available

on demand on IBC Digital, viewers will hear from industry experts ARM, Divitel, Skylark (Ostmodern), Brightcove, Witbe and Huawei. The tour, one of four Workfl ow Tours, explores the fast-

growing market for online video, CDNs, content security and delivery, and cloud playout. User experience and personalisation, along with monetisation and advertising, will also be discussed. During this tour Richard Amos, chief product offi cer of Skylark, discusses how to leverage design and data to allow audiences to discover engaging content. ARM’s senior manager Andrea Luigi Cantone and senior director of technology Rob Suero share their insights into market trends, particularly the growing infl uence and reach of streaming services worldwide. Chief business development offi cer of Divitel Gerton Van Den Beld discusses developing control and effi ciency in delivering quality video content as consumption increases.

Witbe’s chief executive Mathieu Planche and chief operations offi cer Yoann Hinard disclose how major broadcasters ensure Quality of Experience through leveraging technology to perform automatic service tests on any device. Brightcove’s chief technology offi cer David Bornstein examines how illicit access and broadcast occurs and the most effective tools to protect content from video piracy. Finally, Ming Chow, senior director of Huawei, defi nes a content delivery strategy framework to address market challenges and looks ahead to a diversifi ed future of video development.

View the Content Distribution Workfl ow Tour HERE

LIVE AND REMOTE PRODUCTION The Live and Remote Production Workfl ow Tour will explore the latest in live and remote production, covering topics such as greater automation, remote production/REMI and the rise of cloud, and more effi ciently and creatively enabling IP. During this tour, LTN Global’s director of network distribution Charles Theiss and senior vice president Rick Young discuss how using cloud-based automation and workfl ows can help content providers reach more markets, platforms and audiences without signifi cant

CAPEX. They will also disclose how sports betting content provider SportsGrid grew exponentially by integrating IP-powered cloud production and distribution workfl ows. Telstra’s head of architecture and integration Carl Petch and Steven Dargham, head of major events at Telstra Broadcast Services, discuss the benefi ts of international remote production. Telstra has been at the forefront of development here, delivering content of all value from venues to remote facilities between Asia Pacifi c, North America and Europe.

View the Live and Remote Production Workfl ow Tour HERE

The Content Distribution and Live and Remote Production Workfl ow Tours are part of a series of four tours, with the other two covering Creative Production and Content Supply.

All four tours are available on demand on IBC Digital.

Visit IBC Digital to watch the Workfl ow Tours

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