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The impact of IP on broadcast service delivery and the vendor opportunity

Written by Neal Romanek | Published in
First published: 12-09-2017
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Create DateSeptember 13, 2017
Last UpdatedSeptember 14, 2017

IP is now recognised as a viable content distribution platform for the broadcast industry, thanks to its ubiquity and maturity as a technology standard. IP represents a flexible and inexpensive solution to the changing demands and habits of consumers globally, but it also brings with it a requirement for broadcast service providers to re-engineer their systems and processes. Naturally, there is some resistance to this change, given the years of investment in existing systems, the upheaval in transitioning to a new platform, and re-architecting the many hundreds of supporting functions required to get content from studio to screen.

This white paper will examine the impact of IP on broadcast service delivery and explore the opportunities for vendors in adopting IP solutions.

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