Among the many impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, the acceleration of solutions for remote cloud-based production is one of the most striking for media. In issue 45 of tech-i magazine, Antonio Arcidiacono outlines some of the new opportunities (page 3), and there is more...
..Hans Hoffmann and Ievgen Kostiukevych examine the readiness of the infrastructure (page 6). We also present the example of a Belgian project that demonstrated what can be done (page 7) and explain how the open source MCMA framework can help media get more from the cloud through microservices (page 13).
- Shaping the cloud for European media needs – Antonio Arcidiacono, EBU Director of Technology & Innovation
- An update for the Pyramid; Taking advantage of automation
- 5G: first deployments and first impressions – is the new technology living up to PSM expectations?
- Pivoting to the cloud for production – are media organizations ready for the cloud, and is it ready for them?
- How COVID-19 accelerated cloud-based production – Belgium’s RTBF and VRT were up and running with a solution within days of the lockdown
- Partnership is central to radio’s in-car future – BBC’s plans for maintaining radio’s prominence in connected cars
- At the cutting edge of metadata for media – a smorgasbord of new media metadata projects from around the world
- How does digital transformation happen in the real world? – a new Casebook from the EBU highlights best practice in digital transformation
- Shifting to OPEX through serverless and microservices – the open source MCMA framework helps broadcasters benefit from microservices adoption
- Many languages, one interface – EuroVOX helps reduce cost and complexity for transcription and translation
- Sustainability Matters: All together now – 100 sustainable productions in Germany – reducing the environmental impact of film and television production
- Stepping up media quality – the challenge of the transition – David Wood discusses barriers to introducing new technology
- Partner profiles: World Wide Web Consortium – how the W3C is weaving a better web for media
- How did radio fare during the lockdown? – a look at how audiences consumed audio in the early days of the crisis
- In the spotlight: Emily Dubs – Head of Technology, DVB Project