Joint Task Force on Networked Media
Building future production environments based solely on IT infrastructures and packet networks (Ethernet, IP) is an enabler for broadcasters to produce more content with greater flexibility and efficiency.
How can EBU T&I help?
Our Joint Task Force on Networked Media drive the industry towards a multi-vendor ecosystem - because this is necessary for the success of the transition and essential for the users to get the full benefits. We do so by joining forces with the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the Video Services Forum (VSF) and the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA). We show the way with our Reference Architecutre and technology Roadmap. We offer the industry a coordination platform to keep aligned the many open standardisation and intereoprability work.
Guidance & tools
- JT-NM Roadmap of Open Interoperability (June 2016)
- Reference Architecture v1.0 (Semptember 2015)
- Minimum Viable System (MVS) Requirements Report (March 2015)
- Gap analysis report (December 2013)
- Joint Task Force announces Phase 3 to coordinate networked media industry efforts (April 2016)
- JT-NM publishes Networked Media Reference Architecture (September 2015)
- JT-NM Releases Significant Report on Live Production (April 2015)
- Industry works on a common understanding of future networked media (March 2015)
- JT-NM Interim Report seeking feedback (January 2015)
- New report towards a reference architecture for networked media (September 2014)
- Joint Task Force kicks off media reference architecture work (May 2014)
- No let up in pace for Joint Task Force as phase II beckons (February 2014)
- Eagerly anticipated gap analysis report published for Joint Task Force (December 2013)
- Joint Task Force: Request for technology takes place (August 2013)
- Joint Task Force seeks user stories (June 2013)
- Call for participation in networked media task force (April 2013)
- EBU, SMPTE and VSF form joint task force on networked media (April 2013)