Perhaps I need to get out more, but the whole idea of Toyotaism and Just in Time manufacture really rather fascinates me. So I did some digging and I wrote this up for a client.
An IBC365 commission looking at how Dolby Atmos has evolved at Sky and how it’s increasingly being used outside of sports.
IBC is to be applauded for the way it has skilfully managed to ramp up the number of women speaking on its panels from 14% to 37%. There is a ways to go yet, of course – about 13% by the looks of it – but it’s a start.
Vivendi closed its Studio+ short-form content platform, while Verizon lost its own mobilecentric video bet, Go90, and somewhere north of $300m. What next?
Why Apple’s HomePod might not have the functionality of its rivals but scores way above them when it comes to privacy. It sounds fabulous too.
What Blockchain is, why it works, and why it might honestly go on to change rather a lot…
A recent story for RedShark that looked at the BBC’s incredible work at trying to salvage an extremely lost episode of Morecambe & Wise from the late 1960s.
One of my main gigs for the past few years has been looking after the blog posts for OTT and content security specialist Viaccess-Orca. Here are the Top 5 most popular stories from 2017 on the site.
From Nervana to the Pixel Visual Core, a couple of news stories from last week written for RedShark that highlight the frontiers of silicon development.
One for one of my clients, Viaccess-Orca, that looked at one of the big meta-themes from this year’s IBC: the rise of Artificial Intelligence and how AI TV and Machine Learning will impact every level of the industry.