Archive for the 'IBC2004' Category

Gadget review of IBC04

If you didn’t make it to IBC this year, or even if you did (the 11 halls make it inevitable that you’ll missing something), Jonathan Marks reviews his should-have-seen production and consumer gadgets.

APTN and Arkemedia to Build Leading Online Video Sales Structure

By grabbing the nettle and deciding what is important, APTN and Arkemedia are building what we think will be a model for the future of content sales.

Amino shows tiny IPtv PVR STB

Amino have released a tiny IPtv STB which includes an 80Gb PVR. Is this enough TLA’s (Three Letter Acronyms) for you?

Pace launch PVR2GO – 1st Mobile PVR for payTV

With a number of innovative features, Pace’s PVR2GO is worth looking at. Clearly not the first mobile video player, Pace claim it is the first for payTV content.

GWR enable multi-cast audio network

Innovate UK radio group, GWR, are combining their data, voice and broadcast traffic on to the same WAN, enabling live multi-casted broadcast to each of their 31 radio stations.

TV-Anytime v2 to include iTV timeshifting

Having set the initial phase of TV-Anytime as an ETSI standard, stage two will include some very interesting additions

Patrick Parodi, Mobile Entertainment Forum – The IBC Digital Lifestyles Interviews

This is the seventh in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004. We talked to Patrick Parodi, Chair of the Mobile Entertainment Forum about what the MEF has set out to achieve and the future roles our mobile phones might take on.

Ashley Highfield, BBC – The IBC Digital Lifestyles Interviews

This is the sixth in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004. We interviewed Ashley Highfield, Director of New Media & Technology and the BBC on the need to make content easily available to the public, and the platforms they might use to obtain it.

David Wood, European Broadcasting Union – The IBC Digital Lifestyles Interviews

This is the fifth in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004. We interviewed David Wood, Head of New Technology in the Technical Department of the European Broadcasting Union. David also works for the Secretary General as Head of New Media.

Tony Greenberg, Ramp^Rate – The IBC Digital Lifestyles Interview

This is the fourth in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004. We interviewed Tony Greenberg, CEO of Ramp^Rate, an IT sourcing advisor designed to help companies select the most appropriate vendors for services such as email, hosting and security.