Buzzfeed editor Aria Inthavong streamed every moment of his life for one week straight. This intimate encounter with digital tech made for a much more emotional experience than he had bargained for.
CABSAT, the Middle East’s largest broadcast tradeshow, will feature a new esports showcase. The region has a huge audience for esports and not much localised esports content, but may be about to change.
UHD has helped push the boundaries of the user experience, but immersive viewing is about far more than high spatial resolution.
Next-generation newsrooms are as small as your kitchen table and as big as the whole wide world. Sony’s Media Backbone Hive is the glue in a new interconnected way of doing reporting.
Sony’s cloud-based newsroom tools are empowering the fight for factuality.
The British Film Institute (BFI) is one of the world’s oldest and largest moving image archives. 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.
The Digital Creativity Labs at the University of York have become 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.
AI, cloud computing and big data are converging to create a new age of hyperpersonalised content.
We sat down with the team at Vionlabs, a company using AI in remarkable ways to get the right content to the right viewer at the right time.
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.