How beneficial is an effective media asset management (MAM) system? Having these solutions in place enable broadcasters and media professionals to create, manage and distribute content to both traditional and new media channels, including interactive TV, the Web and mobile networks. Multi-platform content delivery is making broadcasters rethink how the new MAM solutions would suit their workflows.
ASIA PACIFIC BROADCASTING (September 2010)
2. REINVENTING PRODUCTION STUDIOS
While the motives to automate may vary from broadcaster to broadcaster, there is little doubt that the adoption of automated systems is building up a wave of momentum. While the setup requirements of different production studios may vary, the search for new and inventive methods to effectively and efficiently produce content tops the agendas. As the nerve centre of any content production facility, productions studios require continual revamp and reinvention as technologies evolve.
ASIA PACIFIC BROADCASTING （September 2010）
4. A WEALTH OF APP-ORTUNITY
Once upon a time, a phone was just a phone, and broadcasters were only on TV. What are networks doing in the digital space to meet consumers' multiple touchpoints? And how do they measure the success of their digital initiatives from multiple perspectives?
TELEVISION ASIA (September 2010)
5. ARE YOU READY FOR THE 3D ERA?
Having won over the world’s cinema audiences, 3D is expected to soon do the same in TV. 3D shouldn’t be about things whizzing around your living room. It’s about an extra level of depth. So, has the time come to make the necessary investment? This article takes a look at where the market is now.
BROADCAST (September 3, 2010)