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transforming the media and broadcast landscape
transforming the media and broadcast landscape

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Marquis have been working to restructure and fund raise for a UK based broadcast media solutions provider
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Marquis carries out detailsed survey of technical and and operational workflows for Middle East broadcaster
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Marquis transforms major Far East public broadcaster http://bit.ly/2ozybnp
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'How would it be, if everybody did that?'
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How real will virtual become?

The broadcast industry is under siege as never before, media consumers consume content on a plethora of screens from a wealth of new entrants competing for ever decreasing attention spans.

No one has unlimited financial resources or a crystal ball so the question is always “...which ‘horse’ do I back with my limited capex and opex budgets?” For most, simply looking over the shoulder to see what others are doing doesn’t sit comfortably either.

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A lie goes around the world before the truth gets its boots on

Marquis Blog at http://bit.ly/globalmediaforum

In most of the democratic countries in Western Europe it is easy to argue that we are spoiled by the choice of media on offer to us. A feast of news, opinion and debate is laid out for us, on news stands, in kiosks, on television, radio and online.

We have long prided ourselves in Europe on the plurality of our media, the freedom of our press, the liberal nature of public discourse.

Speaking on the first morning of the Global Media Forum, hosted by Deutsche Welle in Bonn, Franz-Josef Lersch-Mense, Minister for Federal Affairs and the Media, reminded us that 'freedom of the press is one of the cornerstones of democratic society’. He went on to warn that this freedom is being curtailed, even in some European countries. He did not mention it specifically, but the state of press freedom in Hungary underscores his point. I have friends who recently left the country as a consequence. It’s that real.

Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe, German Federal Foreign Office, spoke about the crucial role of the media in what he dubbed a ‘new era of fear, illiberalism, and totalitarianism’. He asked us to consider how would the Arab Spring have looked without Facebook and Twitter ....

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Smartphones … getting smarter in a pocket near you
#MarquisBlog #secondscreen #tvtrends
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15% of tech professionals in the UK are women & this figure is not improving
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Taking Immersive Video Entertainment to the Next Level
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Traditional Broadcasting has to Adapt to Survive
#MarquisBlog #AmazonVideoDirect
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