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2022 media & entertainment industry outlook

June 10, 2022

2022 media & entertainment industry
In 2021, the media & entertainment industry saw continued
changes from technological progress, evolving generational
behaviors, and ongoing impacts from the global pandemic.
Amid recurring COVID-19 surges, people sought more media &
entertainment at home, while often avoiding larger in-person
events.1
Digital media engagement even remained strong over
the healthier summer, evidence that the pandemic has only
accelerated preexisting trends toward the digital world.

Spotlight

The Orchard

The Orchard, celebrating 20 years in business, is a pioneering music, film and video distribution company operating in more than 30 global markets. With a holistic approach to sales and marketing combined with industry-leading technology and operations, The Orchard amplifies reach and revenue across hundreds of digital, physical and mobile outlets around the world.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Predictions 2020

whitePaper | December 13, 2019

MANY PEOPLE MAY be familiar with the frustration of calling up their smartphone’s speech-to-text function to dictate an email, only to find that it won’t work because the phone isn’t connected to the internet. Now, a new generation of edge artificial intelligence (AI) chips is set to reduce those frustrations by bringing the AI to the device.

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Driving Customer Experience Using AR/VR Technologies

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

Better customer service – AR/VR technologies are bringing in better customer support processes. AR allows businesses with the opportunity to develop their own products, improve user engagement and build a long lasting relationship with their customers. Digital content like 3D animations, video, images, audios etc.

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Scanity HDR- high dynamic range film scanner

whitePaper | May 20, 2021

Scanning normal colour negative images for post-production and visual effects using modern high-end technology allows users to capture the dynamic range of the colour negative. Film archives, however, typically manage large volumes of historic images, and require specialist equipment which enables the capture of an even greater dynamic range. This is particularly important when managing black and white (B&W) recorded images on either print or negative stocks which have a high dynamic range (HDR). Traditionally, HDR scanning.

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Media & Entertainment Industry: Novel Strategies to Thrive in the New Normal

whitePaper | June 20, 2021

Media enterprises will have to quickly learn to run their media operationswhile accelerating digital transformation and adopting emergingtechnologies

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ATSC 3.0 white paper

whitePaper | February 12, 2022

How the latest standard enables TV broadcasters to mass distribute Internet Protocol (IP) data, creating new business opportunities and delivering critical public service improvements.

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Reimagining Cloud Operations for Media-Enterprises

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

Media enterprises like publishers, broadcasters and new media companies are serving content to millions of viewers on different devices and platforms across geographies. In order to cater to growing viewer demands both at global and regional levels, many companies are moving to cloud-based technologies to take advantages of its scalability, flexibility and security services. As per IABM*, more than 39% of media companies have already adopted cloud based solutions and another 30% are very likely to follow suit.

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Spotlight

The Orchard

The Orchard, celebrating 20 years in business, is a pioneering music, film and video distribution company operating in more than 30 global markets. With a holistic approach to sales and marketing combined with industry-leading technology and operations, The Orchard amplifies reach and revenue across hundreds of digital, physical and mobile outlets around the world.

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