Digital now impacts every aspect of media & entertainment production and consumption
Across broadcast, publishing and entertainment, customer experience is being transformed by ease-of-access, on-demand and interaction. This transformation is mirrored in production, in media & entertainment asset management and in monetization too.
This massive disruption represents pure opportunity to media & entertainment companies – knowing the audience and knowing how to capitalize on media & entertainment assets become the keys to sustainable success.
Atos is in deep with media & entertainment – helping the world’s premiere broadcast and publishing companies thrive in a climate of digital and social disruption.
We’re also turning the hottest business technology topics directly to benefit for our media & entertainment clients – with special emphasis on data analytics and cloud in delivery and monetization
By 2021, 70% of all mobile network traffic will be video.
Key services for our media & entertainment clients
Audiences expect personalized content, increasingly interactive, from any device. You can do it – but how do you monetize?
Every click needs to add to your business intelligence – with reactions working in real-time.
Cloud for Production
Every aspect of production goes digital – and Atos Broadcast Network Control Systems provide the framework.
Digital Media Supply Chain
From production partners through to viewers, the digital media supply chain must be connected and transparent.
What our customers say about us
Hard Rock Stadium
Protecting 6,500 fans and 7,100 devices at the Super Bowl final –North America’s biggest annual public event
World-leading theme park operator
Atos developed a high-speed streaming data analytics platform for a world-leading theme park operator, leading to less downtime, lower costs and happier visitors
Atos has signed a three-year contract renewal with RAI – Radiotelevisione Italiana S.p.A. – for the automation and management of all digital services relating to its RaiPlay platform.
“The internet disrupted the media and entertainment value chain. Business, however, is essentially still based on the fundamentals of a century ago: engaging and retaining audiences. What is changing dramatically is the way to monetize them.”
Technology is changing everything, and the broadcast media industry is no different. The industry is on the cusp of a ‘perfect storm’ as a variety of factors – from customer demands through to evolving business models and services – combine to drive a radical transformation.
Vice President Global Market Telecom, Media and Technology
Director Global Media Portfolio Management
Jean Claude Geha
SVP, Head Of Global Market Telecom, Media & Technology at Atos