FEED Autumn 2023 Web


078 Masterclass: Live tech People now expect perfection for all live streams. Our expert panel probe how to achieve it 066 Sustainability journeys Big media brands have reviewed their environmental impacts and developed low-carbon roadmaps 046 Just the Numbers 036 AI in broadcast 056 Genius Interview 020 AWS Summit 2023 We attended this year’s AWS Summit – and it was bigger and better than ever 026 Interviewing ChatGPT Conversational AI tools dominate the headlines at the moment. We ask one to explain itself 016 Happening: Studioverse The FEED team headed over to London to check out Studioverse’s Festival of Limitless Creativity 006 FEED:SHOW Our rundown of the latest media tech news and industry announcements Reports show that, despite the steadfast popularity of radio, it is on something of a gradual decline Broadcast tech vendors are becoming increasingly creative when it comes to leveraging AI Podcasting and broadcasting are increasingly intertwined – expert of both, Erin Trafford, explains why

090 VOD Voices: YouTube YouTube is the founding father of video platforms. What does its future hold? 102 Future Shock: 6G 6G is going to enable a lot of metaverse-related technologies, but are we ready for it? 108 Industry Inventory Meta-experts predict what impact the metaverse will have on media and entertainment

START-UP SNAPSHOTS 033 Gan.ai 050 Hydrologiq 065 Riverside 075 Sparkup 084 Louper 095 Volograms



117 Sports Reporter The biggest news bulletins from the sports and esports divisions of broadcast media 128 Sports graphics special We uncover the latest tech and trends in the rapidly evolving sports graphics space

138 Delivering the IPL

FEED finds out how to achieve a sports live stream as successful as the 2023 Indian Premier League


023 Cobalt 024 Zixi 034 Ross Video 042 Norsk

052 Sony 055 Grass Valley 062 TSL

085 Dejero 086 Harmonic

126 LTN 134 Brainstorm

096 Lawo 100 Riedel 112 CVP 124 LiveU

136 Qvest 144 Sony

064 Signiant 074 Appear 076 MPB

044 Atomos 051 Pebble


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