Happily for you all, I’m going to start with a massive industry cliché: I don’t actually watch that much television, be that linear, OTT, VOD or delivered by carrier pigeon. I certainly haven’t sat and watched any broadcast linear peak time TV for a long, long time. How many times
This week members of the Jump team attended the first day of the TVB Europe-backed MediaTech 360 conference and master classes. It will come as little surprise that the morning was dominated by updates about where we are at with IP, then further discussions around that subject.
Each year we are asked by magazines to look back with our clients at the year just gone by to see what’s happened of note and whether we can work on articles looking at that. Sometimes there are plenty of genuinely new things to talk about; sometimes it’s really more
So what did we learn at 2016? The biggest challenges facing broadcasters and media companies are three-fold: creating efficiencies within their own business; maximising the value of their content; and competing with newer more agile Disruption in the industry is not just coming from the (OTTs, IT giants, etc.) but also
Many years ago the music creation industry underwent a very rapid, and for some quite painful, shift from hardware to computer-based production. Though there were teething problems, the ease of use, effortless recalling of previous work and overall efficiency all helped win the day. Except possibly for the listener. Putting the
As the dust settles on IBC 2015, the Jump team have spent some time reflecting on the show. What were the key discussion points? Which technology and trends look realistic and which look like a pipedream? Here are a few pointers that we picked up on our travels. What of industry