Analysis: AT&T's WarnerMedia/Discovery merger | Themed Week: Content Management
Local content hits home for SVODs
Analysis: What the WarnerMedia/Discovery merger means for media
On-demand webinar: Storage for creative teams
IP environments and the need for orchestration
Access services: Meeting targets in a fast-paced world
Will the merger of WarnerMedia with Discovery give it the scale to compete globally? Kate Bulkely considers what impact will it have on the media landscape and how competitors will react.
After years of cost squeezing, major efforts are underway to increase the volume and quality of content localisation. Having saturated their domestic - North American - market the only way for them to continue to drive subscriptions in the hope of chasing profit is to grow globally.
With broadcasters at various stages of the migration to IP and the widespread occurrence of hybrid environments, it's not surprising that advanced orchestration tools are much in demand, writes David Davies.
Watch this on-demand webinar to discover how best to cater for the storage needs of increasingly agile teams that need to access media from any location.
Broadcasters go above and beyond to ensure that they schedule enough programmes with subtitling, audio description and signing to exceed the targets of regulators.
The pandemic's 'captive audiences' have meant increased demand for streaming services - as well as fresh challenges to content protection from any number of bad actors, writes David Davies.
The huge demand for content on the ever-increasing array of platforms and services is being matched by an increasing reliance on the use of metadata by broadcasters and content producers to help them find, manage and monetise their content.