In the latest issue of our quarterly magazine, now available for download, you can read about the projects that were recognized in the EBU Technology & Innovation Awards 2022. The cover photo celebrates the overall winner, Spain's RTVE, with the award itself shown in the shadow of Madrid's famous El Pirulí television tower. It was the broadcaster's pioneering work using 5G technologies for both production and distribution of content that caught the attention of the judges this year. See pages 10–11.

There are also articles on the new French-langauge headquarters of CBC/Radio-Canada, a hub of cutting-edge technology, and on the work SVT has done to shift towards fully software-based production. We also hear from the winner of the Young Technology Talent Award, Yle's Petri Karlsson, who led the development of a new platform for virtual set design.

EBU Director of Technology & Innovation Antonio Arcidiacono writes about how he was inspired by a speech BBC's Tim Davie gave at the recent EBU General Assembly. The British broadcaster's Director-General had stated that public service media, rather than accepting a role that equated to "managing decline" should instead be and see itself as a growth engine. Mr Arcidiacono says PSM organizations should seek to create positive disruptiont to accelerate innovative solutions:

"We must not, as PSM, be afraid to talk about net-positive revenues to support innovation and the evolution of our organizations."

Read his full editorial on page 3.

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