Microservices enable broadcasters to find new ways to adopt, engineer, operate and maintain the value of their solutions. For vendors, microservices provides opportunities to offer what could essentially be a self-serve menu for clients rather than building bespoke workflows internally. The impact on the service that will be delivered by broadcasters five to 10 years ...Read More
Can MAM vendors successfully navigate through the challenges of the industry and re-invent their system?
Today the media and broadcast industry is in a true state of flux. Long established service companies are struggling or in administration. Every week there is a new acquisition or merger and the role and functions of systems are converging as they try to retain their market share. Additionally, content owners need to generate new ...Read More
Products develop over time. New features are added to both keep up with changes in technology and provide users with the latest features they need to remain efficient and competitive in a rapidly evolving broadcast market. Companies themselves develop as well, which is the case with Three Media. Originally a business and technology consultancy in ...Read More
Research project results in significant performance improvements, simulation accuracy, and AI-driven optimisation for any workflow or business process Manchester, UK – 12 November 2019 – Three Media, media specialist and product provider of XEN:Pipeline, today announced the completion of an 18-month project in conjunction with Imperial College London. The goal of the project was to ...Read More
At IBC 2019, Three Media partner and CTO, Craig Bury spoke to Ben Dales of The IABM. Who is Three Media? What sets Three Media apart in a crowded marketplace? Where does Three Media fit in the value-add proposition? CLICK HERE to watch the video in full. ...Read More