Remote production and cloud collaboration options have boomed over the past few years but their adoption has accelerated due to the pandemic. Many of these solutions are here to stay.
One of the main challenges for the correct use of these solutions is the stability of the signal and the quality of the image, for which connectivity is fundamental. 5G provides solutions for these challenges and opens up a range of greater options and solutions for the broadcast industry.
Today there are many manufacturers of technology for the broadcast industry that today have solutions that can already operate with 5G, especially for the distribution of audiovisual media services to the audience, and to connect TV cameras and microphones in a production company, among others.
Although the different governments of Latin America are just beginning to implement 5G after carrying out tests, expectations are high. A recent Ciena survey noted that 85% of Latinos believe 5G will help bridge the digital divide.
Undoubtedly, 5G will positively impact our industry, accelerating the adoption of new technologies and others that we do not yet know, as well as in other sectors. All these topics will be analyzed at the 5G for Media Summit organized by TVyVideo+Radio in July and to which you are cordially invited.