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We're back for episode 60! Today, Neil speaks to James Gibson - Founder and CEO at Ortana Media Group. Ortana are the experts in all things Media Asset Management (MAM) and orchestration within broadcasting. With this in mind, Neil finds out more about the benefits of effective orchestration and workflow management. Enjoy!
We're back! This week, we're joined once again by Paul Tyson of Studio Tyson: a full-service multimedia provider based in Michigan. In the final part of the 2-part series, we discuss the evolving concept of multimedia, Paul's pick for the most exciting developing technology for broadcasting and what he envisions for the future of our industry. Hope you enjoy.
Welcome back! This week, we're joined by Paul Tyson of Studio Tyson: a full-service multimedia provider based in Michigan. It's hard to not be utterly obsessed with our industry. It's fast-paced, exciting and there's always something new around the corner. Paul shares this sentiment with us. We discuss Paul's first trade show, emerging technologies and the evolution of modern broadcasting in part 1 of a 2-part series. Enjoy!
This week, we speak to Phil Haggar - founder and consultant at Jukwa and Chair of the Board of Trustees at M-Sail.  Phil has been involved in all things broadcast for over 30 years - primarily specialising in broadcast and video consultancy within Africa. We discuss his favourite projects, his most common consultancy projects and what he envisions for the future of our industry.
This week, Neil chats to Rafid Al Nadaf - Broadcast and IT Sales Manager at AGT. Raf is well versed in evolving technologies within broadcasting, starting out as a technical support engineer and working up to international marketing and sales manager roles across the globe. In this episode, we chat to Raf about all things infrastructure, how he thinks technology for broadcasting is evolving, and what he envisions for the future of our industry.
This week on the In the Hub podcast, we speak to Eric DuFosse - Consulting Manager at OnPrem Solution Partners.  Eric's knowledge of the broadcasting industry is second to none, having been involved with all things media and technology for over 30 years now. We discuss growth in start-ups and established broadcasters alike, changes in the industry and what Eric envisions for the future of broadcasting.
This week we're joined by PR legend Denise Williams. Denise has over 25 years of experience in communications and PR in the broadcasting industry, guiding hundreds of clients through both the good times and the bad. Denise offers her unique insight on publicity in our industry, how PR has changed and what she envisions for the future of broadcasting.
This week, we're joined by Gareth Capon from Grabyo.  Gareth takes us through the nuances of live video production in the cloud - a forward-thinking method of bringing social media clips and live events to audiences across the globe. Are audience attention spans waning? Has advertising become too targeted? We'll ponder these questions and much more.
This week, Neil speaks to Sanjeev Bhavnani - Executive Director at Advanced Television. Advanced Television is a media hub for all things broadcast - bringing together press coverage, news, webinars and more. Sanjeev talks to us about his start in broadcasting, how he has seen news delivery change in broadcasting and what he envisions for the future of our industry.
In this week's episode, the team at PlayBox Technology has a very special announcement. The latest version of our industry-leading playout software, AirBox MEGA ICX, has launched and is available for free trial download. We're joined once again by Phillip Neighbour as he takes us through the benefits of the new solution, how hybrid is the future for broadcasters and what he envisions for the future of playout.
This week, join us in welcoming back Mr MXF himself - Bruce Devlin. This episode closes our 2-part series on The Future of Sports Broadcasting. Bruce talks us through exciting new technology trends in sports, whether a stadium atmosphere can ever be matched and reveals his vision for the future of sports broadcasting.
Wow. 1 whole year ago, we released the very first episode of the In the Hub podcast. 49 episodes later,  we're joined by returning guests - Harm Van Houten (YourSide) and Wilfried Wuest (Sport.Media.Net) - to discuss the exciting and uncertain future of live sports broadcasting. This is the first of a 2-part series, so look out for next weeks episode for the full package!
This week, we're joined by Adrian Bull from Cinelab London -  the only full-service film laboratory in the UK. Adrian talks us through the re-emergence of film in popular media, the importance of independent cinemas and his predictions for the future of the broadcasting industry. 
This week, Neil is joined by Linda Duberley - publisher and editor at RiverTribe Magazine and founder and director of Duberley Media. Linda is a hugely accomplished print and broadcast journalist, anchoring the likes of Sky News and ITV. Linda discusses her transition from print to broadcast journalism, recalls highlight projects throughout her career and reveals what she envisions for the future of broadcasting.
This week we're joined by Alexander Bashlykov and Andrey Okunev from Medialooks. We discuss the behind the scenes technologies involved in the broadcasting industry, how broadcast software developers can save valuable time, the importance of open-source and their visions for the future of our industry. Enjoy!
This week, Neil speaks to Matt Ashe - Regional Manager at Benchmark Broadcast Systems. Matt's love for all things broadcasting and telecommunications started in the United States Air Force in 1986, and he has since gone on to accrue over 30 years of experience in helping media companies succeed on the global stage with the technology to back it up. Enjoy!
This week, we speak to David Griggs from The Walt Disney Company. Neil and David discuss the lifespan of linear television, how too much choice is baffling on-demand video customers, and what David envisions for the future of our industry. Enjoy!
For episode 43, Neil speaks to a legend of the streaming industry - Jason Thibeault, Executive Director at the Streaming Video Alliance. How did streaming perform during worldwide lockdowns? How are advertisers benefitting from OTT content platforms? What is in store for the future of streaming? Find out in this week's episode.
In this week's episode, we're joined by Nicolas Moulin-Fournier - SVP of New Video Services at Eutelsat. We chat about the importance of free television for communities across the globe, future developments in the satellite field and what he envisions for the future of the broadcasting industry.
This week, we're joined by Chris Shaw - COO at Cobalt Digital. Chris' achievements in the broadcasting industry are second to none, with his most recent appointment at Cobalt helping to future-proof the company's operations as the world recovers from COVID-19. In this episode, we discuss the latest developments in openGear technology, how Chris got his start in our industry and what he envisions for the future of broadcasting technology.
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