With IP at the heart of broadcasting’s future, codecs are increasingly the gateways of content assimilation and distribution
The organization says the digital experience will highlight a host of sessions of IP-based solutions from AIMS member-vendors. It’ll also offer educational presentations to help the industry move toward all-IP infrastructure for media production.
The IP Showcase will host a live channel on Oct. 19, the first day of the show (Oct. 19-29), to provide attendees with an overview of the current status of standards-based interoperability in the IP space.
“The pandemic is accelerating many organizations’ shift to IP. Education on standards-based protocols for interoperability over IP in the media and entertainment industry has become more important than ever,” said Steve Reynolds, deputy chairman of the board, AIMS.
“The 2020 NAB Show New York offers industry professionals, technology vendors, and standards organizations an opportunity to meet and collaborate in thw shift toward IP.”
In addition to hosting its own live NAB Show New York channel, with video available on-demand for later viewing, IP Showcase representatives will take part in Marketplace Live Chats throughout the event. Attendees will have the chance to interact in real time, access videos, and download material outlining the AIMS roadmap.
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