Films at 59 recently switched its storage system to address the rising demand for 4K natural history programmes Bristol, UK, known by British millennials as the backdrop for angsty teen …
Mobile Viewpoint’s AI-driven production solution makes broadcasting possible for any sport, anywhere.
DropKey’s Studio in a Bag is a new green screen/chromakey solution that aims to turn your iPhone into a complete TV studio
As LG OLED TV slows and reports surface of screen burn on in-store display models, we investigate this pesky phenomenon and if a solution can be found
We look at how live editing platform, Wildmoka, uses the cloud and AI to design powerful solutions for creating and publishing clips across digital platforms
Aria Inthavong streamed his life for one week straight, but this encounter with digital tech made for a more emotional experience than he bargained for
Atlantic Production is an innovator in natural history documentaries. Its most recent brings the world’s biggest Tyrannosaurus rex to life
As gear joins the internet of things, our networks become more vulnerable. That new IP-enabled camera might be an open invitation for hackers
Autonomous, connected cars are a hugely untapped market for content – and data. Will car manufacturers beat Silicon Valley in the race to the in-car video ecosystem?
UHD has helped push the boundaries of the user experience, but immersive viewing is about far more than high spatial resolution.
Just because you have lots of data, doesn’t mean you have lots of insight. Datazoom’s Diane Strutner offers tips for cutting through your video analytics fog
Selecting the right storage technology still comes down to careful deliberation and considered business strategy Internet video distribution has long since beaten the technical quality of broadcast TV. The network …
Online yoga destination Glo uses AWS to distribute its classes worldwide Glo is a subscription-based yoga studio in Santa Monica, California and offers an online video library of more than …
How are two Christian churches using the latest broadcast tech to unite their congregations and extend their reach?
New Zealand’s natural history filmmaking goes well beyond the world of ents and oliphaunts. Its nature documentary legacy is world-renowned and award-winning
FEED talks to NEP and Gfinity about producing and supporting the live broadcast of the Call of Duty World League qualifiers Last month, live broadcast veterans NEP combined forces with …
World Racing Group’s streaming channel Dirt Vision is racing ahead with an ambitious live broadcast schedule
Podcasts are on the rise, with commercial revenues also booming. In response, audio companies are offering recording solutions that promise to make podcasting the number one choice for listeners everywhere
Podcasting has become a mainstream content platform. No longer just for niche interests and tech geekery, podcasting is now embraced by major broadcasters and publishers
A recent EBU report said broadcast is Europe’s most trusted news source. But trust doesn’t mean what it used to
Tangent Studios harnessed the power of cloud rendering to tackle the size and scope of animated feature, Next Gen
iSportsAnalysis has moved to AWS cloud services to make tagging and analysis of sports easy for everyone, from school teams to pro
Based on a mix of deep tech and content curation, PlayGiga’s cloud-based ‘Netflix for gaming’ service is set to disrupt the video gaming industry
Founders of Videntifier, Herwig Lejsek and Friðrik Ásmundsson, developed their software over a decade ago, in collaboration with Reykjavík University
For Dr Sepi Chakaveh, a data science lecturer at the University of Oxford, Pixsellar is an accumulation of all her web streaming and AI research, compressed into a handful of technologies
Glue aims to improve conference calls by using VR avatars to represent body language and non-verbal communication
Back in 2013, Biarritz-based skate fans Romain Violleau and Rémi Chasles found themselves frustrated by what a fiddly task it was to isolate and share YouTube moments of their favourite skateboarders performing tricks.
iKast uses blockchain to offer an independent rights management marketplace, complete with verification.
The idea for Showtag came to founder Ewald Bos almost eight years ago as he attempted to track down a pair of sunglasses that a character had worn in the …
Belarus is now home to more than a hundred tech start-ups, which were galvanised recently by a decree from the country’s five-term President, Alexander Lukashenko, who promised its IT industry …
Frustrated with the number of steps he needed to take to use an online TV voting app, Kaius Meskanen started to sketch more user-friendly screens while he was waiting for a connecting flight out of Istanbul airport.
Milan-based Metaliquid was spun out of Italian consultancy Metreta, which collects data by combining IT deep learning with artificial intelligence across a number of different markets.
From the SoCal coast, a new kind of company has emerged that fuses content creation with app development and live video streaming.
We continue the exploration of our round table content management scenario with an in-depth analysis from one of the world’s top film archivists.
Brian Scheil’s production company started during the early days of streaming. A firm believer in LiveU streaming technology, he is now called on to stream live content in high-profile and data-challenged environments
Nonny de la Peña has been called the ‘godmother of VR’. She talks to FEED about the power of VR to transmit real life experiences and ways of making VR creation more accessible
Stephen McConnachie, BFI’s head of data and digital preservation, talks to FEED about building an archive, open source formats and digitising 100,000 titles in five years
Digital Creativity Labs at the University of York is a centre for studying the impact and possibilities of the rapidly growing genre of esports. Dr Florian Block leads the team and believes esports can unlock a whole new world of data analytics and content production
FEED talks to Aaron Matthews, Bafta’s head of industry sustainability, about saving the planet through the Albert Consortium, one episode at a time
Tech companies rise and fall, but Ross Video has been a steady presence in the broadcast industry for decades. We talk to CEO David Ross about how his company has gone from strength to strength in a famously fickle business.
Entering its second century, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) had adapted to an all-digital world. SMPTE executive director Barbara Lange is leading the industry’s most venerable standards body into the brave new world.
Boundless Mind co-founders Dr. Dalton Combs and Ramsay Brown know how your brain works. Their company (previously Dopamine Labs) has created an artificial intelligence platform that helps apps, games and interfaces to …
This month we talk with Richard Berger, the new CEO of MovieLabs.
Richard Mills has worked at the forefront of new imaging technologies for years. He is now focusing his expertise on capture for augmented and virtual reality, and the applications seem endless.
In these turbulent times, politics isn’t just for politicians. George Osborn (not to be confused with the former UK Chancellor) tells us why Brexit is such a big issue for …