At this year's IP&TV World Forum, the EBU and the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA) are supporting a day-long session on file-based workflows, named the IP Workflow Summit. With the increased proliferation of new formats and the growing need for efficient multiplatform distribution, effective workflow management has become very important for media organisations such as broadcasters.
Key Topics that will be covered include:
- The business case for file-based workflows;
- Developing efficient and cost effective workflows that facilitate multiplatform distribution;
- The future of tapeless workflows and the advantages in live editing (e.g. for news and sport);
- How file-based workflows are enabling the adoption of new efficient production practices such as remote production teams.
- The role of FIMS in standardising and easing the developments of file-based workflow practises.;
- End-to-end fit for purpose workflows for new formats such as 3D.
The IP Workflow session will be a one day event within the IP&TV World Forum and is free to attend.
About the event
The IP&TV World Fourm is a leading event on Hybrid, IP & Connected TV. It features a multi-track conference programme with over 200 visionary speakers from around the globe. The event will focus on IP Platforms for TV, Network Optimisation, Service Management and the Business of Content.
Running alongside the 3 day conference programme is a large scale exhibition featuring over 150 exhibitors showcasing the latest developments in the industry. New features for 2011 include the TV App Hub, the Connected TV Zone and the IP Workflow Summit supported by the EBU and AMWA with a session on the Framework for Interoperable Media Services (FIMS).