Over the past few years we have seen an enormous change in the relationship between the broadcast and gambling worlds. Regulation in Europe is now starting to change radically, presenting barriers and opportunities to existing or would be operators. In the UK advertising gambling services has been permitted on TV for some time, and with the shift in Ofcom's licensing to recognise gambling as Teleshopping we now have clearer opportunity for broadcasters and gambling operators to work together to bring new transactional revenue generating content to TV audiences.
In this discussion, we examine the commercial, technical and regulatory developments together with the opportunities that both broadcasters and gambling service operators are faced with globally.
Introducing our panelists: Peter Elvidge, GlobeCast
Introducing our panelists: Tony Taylor, TMD
Introducing our panelists: Geoff Wright, Marquis Consulting
1. What does Workflow really mean for broadcast organisations?
2. Does tape-less just mean less-tape?
3. What benefits are there in extending workflow beyond media management areas?
4. How secure is the media asset management process - can you trust your content to a third party?
5. What advantages and risks are there in conducting media management in the cloud?
6. Is it possible to have effective media management in a world of multiple platforms
7. With meta-data some critical, how important is a configurable data model in the media management processes?
8. How important is searchability and therefore, what is the role of an archivist or librarian in media management?
9. In the data deluge world, does media management help or hinder?
10. Should future media management strategies be based on the native original content and history and not the daughters?