John Ive, Director of Business Development and Technology, IABM What is the purpose of a Set top box? Set-top-boxes (STBs) come in many forms. In general they provide an interface between incoming signals and a television display. Typically a television is not able to accommodate every possible type of input source. Examples could be; cable, … Continue reading »
If you didn’t get a chance to see the IABM NAB review at the RTS Thames Valley NAB review last night…here it is!
Nigel Burtt is a member of the IABM’s Technical Task Group and a regular contributor to the IABM Technical Bulletin, Nigel attended the BBC R&D Sustainability event last month and reports back… The BBC R&D Sustainability Team and BBC Sustainability Committee hosted a one-day event on March 6th 2013 for invited delegates from our industry … Continue reading »
NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions, Chris Brown talks to the IABM’s John Ive.
Game Changer Award winner Emmis Communications talks to the IABM’s Sam Hawkins. TagStation is the next generation of hybrid radio Tag Station provides broadcasters with an easy-to use, standardized, and cost-effective way to deliver a rich audio, visual experience. It supports the back office operations in an efficient and user friendly way.
Game Changer Award winners Bridge Technologies talk to the IABM’s Sam Hawkins. Pocket Probe is an iPhone app that enables objective analysis of real network performance of streaming media from a portable device at every point in the network, at any time. It’s available from Apple’s App Store in free and paid-for versions.
IABM and NAB have announced the winners of the second-annual Game Changer Awards. The Award recognizes five products judged to have the greatest potential to revolutionize the industry. This year’s distinguished winners are Bridge Technologies for PocketProbe, Masstech for Emerald for News, TC Electronic for LoudnessRadar, isovideo for Viarte, and Emmis for TagStation. “The NAB … Continue reading »
John Ive, IABM Director of Business Development & Technology… Well judging by my two visits BVE attendance was good and for the IABM session also, it was a capacity crowd. We had a great panel including: Steve Sharman CTO of Mediasmiths, Mike Nash, Product Manager at Signiant plus Ian Beushaw, Head of Digital Media, ITFC/Deluxe. … Continue reading »
John Ive reflects on the IABM/BBC Event on Wednesday… Another great event with the BBC, despite the rail system cancelling trains and trying to stop me chair the evening. This was much more than “Archives” in the traditional sense. I was pleased to see the topic quickly move on to a more all-embracing content storage … Continue reading »