Players that invest and focus more on consumer research, innovation in content and formats, localization and upgrade of technology enablers, are likely to emerge successful in the long run.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of IBC. The show focuses on how businesses are transforming for the future with the theme of truth, trust, and transformation in media.
As the broadcast sector continues to be in a transition phase, and constant upgrades are taking place, it is the systems integrator who ensures that all the systems work seamlessly and the broadcaster is kept on-air.
To overcome the challenges inherent in live production, particularly in the production of remote live events, broadcasters need to simplify the remote set-up and centralize as much of the production as possible.
From mobile to broadcast, the show presented attendees with an insight on the latest trends, best practices, and technologies that industry professionals are leveraging in todays quickly shifting marketplace.
The goal NAB looks at is to develop the right repacking plan and transition schedule that avoids service disruptions.
The complicated issue of broadcasting ultra-high definition and high-definition is the foremost reason why users and service providers are adopting broadcast switchers.
2017 will see the emergence of next-generation systems that will play a strong role in shaping the broadcast landscape.
News broadcasters are required to re-think their operations from the ground up, as operations shift away from traditional workflows based on disconnected hardware systems, toward integrated software solutions that leverage standard IT hardware and technologies.
Broadcast India Show with its formidable 26-year reputation will once again be the subcontinent's prime platform showcasing the latest innovations from around the world.
Rajendra Shah, Director, AVF Distributors (I) Pvt. Ltd.
DS Rawat, Secretary General, ASSOCHAM
The development of the connected TV ecosystem opens up new possibilities for channels that are distributed through pay-TV services including OTT.
The show witnessed participation by manufacturers and distributors of broadcast equipment and technology for radio and TV from India and abroad.