Highlights from IBC2018

This year Red Bee Media returned to Amsterdam and IBC as an independent and agile media services provider, sharing our brightest ideas and sharpest innovations with the best in the business. Take a look below for some of the highlights from the show!


Red Bee Media – Always On

Discover how our innovations featured at IBC2018 keep you ‘Always On’.

IBC2018 showcase – Netherlands

Josbert van Rooijen, Head of Benelux, Central and Eastern Europe, offers an overview of the main company focus areas.

How far can we go with the cloud?

Richard Cranefield, Head of Playout, discusses the company’s current (and future) use of cloud technologies on Playout.

ASR for broadcast subtitling

Hewson Maxwell, Head of Emerging Technology Access Services, on the challenges of ASR for broadcast subtitling.

Future of playout & broadcasting

Discover our uncompressed, software-only IP playout platform.

How will AI impact Broadcast Services?

AI, Machine and Deep Learning – how these technologies apply to the broadcast and media industry.


4K Workflow showcased at IBC 2018

A full overview of how we handle Live events, remote production and OTT 4K as a unique managed service.

Why ASR is not Automatic Captioning?

Fully automated live captioning is still away from quality standards for broadcast. Learn why.

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Agile Media Management Services

The future of MAM services needs a cloud-based unified platform to provide operational efficiency.


Media Park Live! stand at IBC Show 2018

Mobile Radio Studio – Live at IBC2018

Showcasing our capabilities in distribution and live remote production from the show, in collaboration with Media Park.

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Broadcasting more accessible

Discover our new Live automatic subtitling services in alliance with Speechmatics for unregulated environments.

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Nucleus is revealed at IBC2018

Launch of our next generation unified cloud media management platform to provide a more agile service.

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