How coronavirus could be the tipping point for video collaboration

No one hates uncertainty more than investors. Two days ago global markets were down by record amounts and the G7 finance ministers were arranging emergency talks on how to ward against the impacts of a global slowdown. Chinese factory output is down, global air travel is highly disrupted and global business events are being cancelled. Continue reading How coronavirus could be the tipping point for video collaboration

Will narrowcasting replace broadcasting?

Just as YouTube enabled one-to-many video producers to replace the networked media production hegemony, we are now entering the era of many-to-many video production and distribution, where ultra-niche programming is co-created by communities. The next leap forward will come through a combination of machine learning to automate production, video templating to automate post-production and crowdsourcing content to decentralise the filming. Continue reading Will narrowcasting replace broadcasting?