57th FITCE Congress, UK 2018
Delivery and Consumption of Digital Media
6-7 September 2018, MediaCityUK, Salford
P A P E R S E S S I O N 3
The third paper presentation session of the FITCE Congress was scheduled on the morning of Friday 7th September 2018 and comprised four papers that examined issues associated with digital media from the user's point of view. This included both the impact on the viewing experience and also the implications for regulation. The session was introduced and chaired by José Van Ooteghem representing FITCE, Belgium.
Brahim Allan, BT
“High Dynamic Range Subjective Testing”
Brahim Allan is a member of the Video Delivery Research Group within BT Technology, Service & Operations. The session chair, José Van Ooteghem provided an overview of the session before introducing Brahim.
Ed Smith, BT
“What is the future for media in the Post Information Age?”
This paper was jointly authored by Ed Smith who is a Research Fellow at BT and Mauro Ugolini from the Department of Engineering, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy. The session chair, José Van Ooteghem introduced Ed who presented the work.
You can download a PDF version of Ed’s presentation using the button below.PDF: Ed Smith presentation
Peggy Valcke, KU Leuven
“Accountable, not liable: Is regulating video-sharing platforms under the new AVMS Directive a slippery slope towards internet censorship?”
Peggy Valcke is a Research Professor within the The Centre for IT & IP Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium. She was introduced by the session chair José Van Ooteghem.
Seamus Simpson, University of Salford
“Public Policy and Media Convergence: Paths, Limitations and Prospects”
Seamus Simpson is Professor of Media Policy in the School of Arts and Media at the University of Salford. He was introduced by the session chair José Van Ooteghem.
You can download a PDF version of Seamus’s presentation using the button below.PDF: Seamus Simpson presentation