Now that 2020 has accelerated the timing of our industry’s digital transformation, we can expect 2021 to be a continuation of similar digital trends. Many thought leaders cite the pandemic as the agent that forced our industry to move full speed ahead with automation, cloud migration, remote production and operations and virtual events. What are some other insights and predictions that will propel us further ahead in 2021?
Qligent Vision's standardized QoS/QoE monitoring systems ensure that Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBG) operators can seamlessly aggregate, analyze and troubleshoot all broadcast performance data groupwide. It also builds a solid foundation for future automation. Read the The Broadcast Bridge article.
As consumers transition to online entertainment platforms, the need to track consumer demand, expectations and satisfaction grows. Learn more with Qligent's CEO Brick Eksten on page 20 of RapidTV Everywhere's December supplement.
Check out “IABM: In Conversation With” Qligent's Brick Eksten and Encompass Digital Media, Inc.'s Scott Rose as they discuss the modernization and future of media content delivery during this accelerated phase of technology innovation.
Asia-Pacific Broadcasting asks "Can hybrid transmission strategies ensure jitter-free content to multi-screens?" and interviews Qligent's Product Manager Lang Cooksey about QoE and QoS. Also mentioned is Sinclair Broadcast Group's deployment of Qligent's Vision platform for its QoS/QoE and compliance monitoring solution.
Product Manager Lang Cooksey offers a look at Vision’s Dymos, which provides live event originators the ability to leverage cloud technology on a consumption-based cost structure. See the short video interview from Sports Video
A TM Broadcast Interview with John Shoemaker, Director of Sales, Qligent Corp., talks about what's new and how Qligent is addressing the current situation. Read the interview on page 65 of TM Broadcast.
Viewers’ appetites have increased for live TV news and streaming entertainment due to COVID-19 isolation. So, it would seem almost impossible for broadcasters and content providers to keep up with demand by working from home. Yet, the advent of digital technology has gradually turned...
In today’s digital world, it’s hard to imagine taking days to receive a physical copy of a syndicated program or paid advertisement. Or that a quick change in programming wouldn’t happen unless it was live or transmitted by the national broadcasting network.