Posted on December 9, 2020 in ATSC News
In an industry where content is king, the people behind the camera responsible for creating and delivering the content are often the “unsung heroes” of the show. As most viewers know, it takes an army of people to produce and deliver the best in television today.
This year, we were reminded of their vital roles when COVID-19 forced media companies to adapt and improvise to the new normal of social distancing. “The show must go on” took on a whole new meaning.
Fortunately our industry was already well on the road to IP and cloud, and these capabilities have vastly improved the flexibility and efficiency required to produce by remote. This year provided the “trial by fire” that validated these tools that will impact the direction of our industry for years to come.
Below, TV Technology focuses on the people who are making a difference in media technology, from acquisition to delivery and everywhere in between. These are the “ones to watch.”
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