Issue 17

Issue 17 of FEED is here, and we're talking weather. Big weather that is. Discover the videos, podcasts, AR, audio and tech keeping up with a changing climate. Also, read about content protection, the The Butcher Birds' livestreamed sci-fi, and YouTube secrets with OP Talent and TubeBuddy.

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Issue 16

This month’s FEED lends an ear to podcasting and the companies helping podcasters reach new and bigger audiences. We look at platforms helping big broadcasters move into the medium and we learn some tech tips for better podcast recording. In this issue, we also investigate the public's trust in news sources. We say we trust broadcast news more than we do the internet, but when we want news, where do we actually look for it?

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Issue 15

Adult content has been a huge underground driver for video technology for decades. In this issue of FEED we take a long, hard look at grown-up video. We talk with innovators trying to break stereotypes in the genre, and learn how adult filmmakers face the same struggles as other parts of the online video industry, combating massive video platforms who are gobbling up all the audience - and the revenue.

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Issue 14

In this issue, we look at the tools and tech journalists use to keep us informed and Nonny de la Peña reveals how VR can bring people together in a news story. We also explore Al Jazeera’s cloud technology adoption and how newsrooms are finding better ways to utilise social media. And don’t miss our low-down on Imagen’s Future of Video Summit.

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Issue 13

Learn to enjoy the journey in FEED's Planes, Train & Automobiles special. In this issue, we look at tech for delivering video to passengers, no matter where they are. We check in on the state of 8K video and NHK's plans for an 8K Olympics next year. We talk with gender diversity organisation Rise about mentoring in the broadcast sector. And we visit the BVE show in London and Helsinki's Media Honeypot start-up conference.

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Issue 12

With this issue FEED is one year old! This month we look at improving audience experience, natural history documentary, and the dangers lurking in the Internet of Things. We also talk to an expert on sustainability for the media industry and how the NBA is going digital.

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Issue 11

Museums go digital in our first issue of 2019! We look at how new AV tech is turning museums into immersive experiences. We explore Facebook's plan to boost local news and talk to game developers fighting Brexit. Our Tech Focus is on content management and solving the problem of too much of a good thing, and we talk to a new start-up analysing the biometrics of the user experience.

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Issue 10

In our December 2018 issue we look at how AR/MR and immersive graphics are revolutionising content creation. We visit houses of worship in Korea,the UK and Kenya to learn how streaming video is being used to boost their message. We take a drive with the BBC's new all-electric newsgathering vehicle. And we follow the world of IRL (in real life) streaming which is turning the everyday into a global entertainment.

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Issue 09

In our November 2018 issue we look at new ways of reaching music fans with streaming video, we visit London’s Red Bull Gaming sphere, and we discover the amazing potential of cloud-based microservices. Wel also learn how AI’s are being taught the patterns of human emotion and how a new start-up has found a way to bring subtitles to people with dyslexia.

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Issue 08

In our October 2018 issue, we look at anti-piracy, investigating the weak points in the content pipeline that pirates try to exploit. We also profile top vloggers as they give us a peek into their world and vlogging's power to connect. And we get the inside scoop on the International Triathlon Union's streaming channel.

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Issue 07

In our September 2018 issue we cover immersive audio for mobile. The future of deep audio isn't in the cinema, it's in your pocket. We also look at brand building and how to use video to build a following, boost brand awareness and promote company ethos. We also visit a studio that streams video content to an important audience – the kids at a Minneapolis children’s hospital.

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Issue 06

In our August 2018 issue we take on esports and professional gaming. We continue our examinatioin of machine learning with a look at "deep fakes", live manipulation of a video to produce the illusion of any given person doing or saying anything - and we mean anything. And we head to South Africa to learn about the live streaming of a top surfing event.

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Issue 05

In this issue we dive deep into corporate video - every business is a video business now! We check in on the state of 4K, take a look how 5G networks can revolutionise sports broadcast, and visit Broadcast Asia, where FEED makes its APAC debut!

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Issue 04

In this issue we cover content management and the AI tools that are beginning to manage our data. We also look at a brave new world of news reporting and distribution.

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Issue 03

Our May issue features a deep dive into audience analytics and advertising. How do you use data in a way that benefits your business and your viewers? How do you use targeted adverising to reach new consumers?

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Issue 02

In the April issue of FEED, we look at how video streaming is changing education, and we take a deep dive into new ways of using VR and immersive content. We also explore how UK betting giant Coral teamed up with a YouTube star, and we’ll cover how to stream a triathlon from the middle of the Spanish wilderness. Our Start-Up Alley profiles new media tech companies and we look ahead to next month’s TV Connect show in London.

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Issue 01

Welcome to the first issue of FEED magazine! In Issue Number One, we talk eSports with the head of the UK’s biggest gaming league and visit the YouTube Space, where creatives connect with their peers, hone their skills and produce top YouTube content. We look at the new ways the Winter Olympics is being delivered to audiences worldwide, introduce you to some of the hottest new media tech start-ups, and explore how bitcoin is changing the way we do advertising.

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