Author: Michael Goodman


Co Author: Michael Goodman


Publication Date: May 25 2018


Pages: 10


Report Type: Report, Word



 TV & Media

NAB 2018: Show Report




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Report Summary:

The report discusses the key trends and announcements covered at the 2018 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show which took place in Las Vegas in April and attracts attendees across the media & entertainment ecosystem including service providers, programmers, producers, online video services and technology vendors. This insight highlights some of the more relevant macro trends and announcements coming out of the show.

With the convergence between media, entertainment and technology in the background, we cover topics such as the rise of OTT, live-streaming, machine learning, personalization, IP and cloud, micro services, ATSC 3.0, HDR and the future of radio.



Table of Contents

1. The M.E.T. Effect – FAANG’s increased floor presence and involvement in media
2. Broadcasters’ move to OTT opens new doors for live-streaming
3. Machine learning leverages data analytics to anticipate churn
4. Machine learning enables real-time creation and segmentation of assets for VOD
5. Machine learning opens the door for a highly personalized television experience
6. Broadcasters embrace micro-services for flexibility
7. Broadcasters move to IP and end-to-end production to distribution processes 
8. Low latency becomes priority as live-streaming booms
9. ATSC 3.0 makes commercial debuts in the U.S.
10. 4K seeing limited uptake, while HDR is set to hit consumer screens
11. Radio looks at a brighter future

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