content management

Nebras Films deploys Leader raseterizer at post-production facility
Supplied by Leader distribution partner Jigsaw24, the rasterizers will be used as master reference test instruments in the facility's colour grading, editing and compositing suites.
IBC TV to operate full IP remote news production workflow
IBC TV and EVS will showcase the latest live production technologies, as the entire network will operate using the SMPTE 2110 standard.
OSN makes Disney XD shows available in Arabic
OSN has announced that from 2018, shows will be available in Arabic, opening up the popular TV channel to a larger and more diverse audience.
Smarter Media Asset Management (MAM)
In recent years, Media Asset Management (MAM) systems have witnessed a great leap forward, driven by key broadcast technology landmarks and customer needs. Complex multi-platform distribution of content has seen MAM systems evolve to become more intelligent and customisable to suit the needs of individual users.
Pond5 and DJI unveil drone footage marketplace
Global content marketplace Pond5 in conjunction with DJI, today unveiled the first wave of content in its premium collection of licensable aerial drone footage.
Qvest enables remote production of World Cup for German public channels
ARD and ZDF relied on Qvest Media to help expand their National Broadcast Centre (NBC) at SWR in Baden-Baden into the central studio for the World Cup.
Encore turns to Baselight to colour the story of Picasso
National Geographic’s popular series Genius focuses on the extraordinary life of painter Pablo Picasso. Colourist Pankaj Bajpai at Encore in Hollywood was charged with creating the look that evoked the time and place as well as the art.
NEP UK provides first fully IP based Wimbledon broadcast
Coverage of The Championships will be broadcast for the first time via SMPTE ST 2110. NEP UK is providing technical Host Broadcast Services for the first Wimbledon Championships to be broadcast utilising fully redundant IP technology.
Lawo consoles power Sharjah's first English radio station
Sharjah Media Corporation’s Pulse 95 makes extensive use of mixing, routing and control from German broadcast innovator, Lawo.