Historically, Mexico has stood out in the regional broadcast industry for being at the forefront of technology and audiovisual production, both in television and in cinema.
A clear example is the category for Best Director of the Oscars, which for the past six years, five have been for Mexican directors, in addition to Mexican talents from the technical, creative and acting that are widely known.
In this moment of transition in the broadcast industry, Mexican companies in the sector continue to stand out. While in the rest of the region most of the channels are considering or starting with the implementation of 4K and the IP is a medium-term project, for the main channels of Mexico the 4K is a widely developed topic and today they advance significantly with the implementation of IP and HDR.
That is why TVyVideo + Radio was given the task of talking with some of the main players in the Mexican broadcast industry, both public and private channels and technology integrators, which allow us to present a panorama of where the industry is going and the Mexican experience.
This is the preamble of the arrival of the TecnoTelevisión Congress in Mexico City next August, as part of the InfoComm Mexico fair. TvYVideo + Radio, organizer of the Congress, will present a two-day academic program that allows definitions to be reached at this juncture in the industry, replicating the successful experience of Colombia during the past 11 years.