IABM announces shortlisted entries for BaM Awards® at IBC 2023

IABM today announced the shortlisted entries for the 2023 IBC Show edition of its BaM Awards®. The Awards have this year returned to their biannual format, centered around the two largest international exhibitions, NAB Show and IBC, now that in-person events have returned. The shortlist for the IBC show edition has been selected by the judges from over 150 entries – reinforcing the value that technology developers place on the recognition provided by the BaM® Awards. The BaM Awards® reward innovation in each of the nine BaM Content Chain® categories, together with a tenth award recognizing an outstanding project, event or collaboration.

The panel of 40+ non-affiliated, expert judges is now examining the shortlisted entries in close detail. Visits to the stands of shortlisted companies will take place once IBC 2023 opens to complete the judging process. The eventual winners will be announced at the IABM BaM Awards® Party on Saturday 16 September, beginning with a drinks reception kindly sponsored by Avid at 6pm. Tickets are still available and all IABM members and shortlisted companies are welcome; register here.

“The high number of entries and the sheer innovation on display are a direct reflection of the efforts and budgets that companies are putting into their R&D,” said Stan Moote, CTO at IABM and chair of the judging panel. “It pleased me to see that many entries are debuting for the first time at IBC, indicating we are getting back to the industry’s customary trade event product releases.”

The shortlisted entries are:


Bolin Technology – EX-Ultra outdoor PTZ camera

ChromaLight – Industry’s first two-layer chroma key paint

Rotolight – product name embargoed

Timeaxis Technology – LED virtual production shooting system

Verizon Business Group – 5G edge editor


Adobe – product name embargoed

Brompton Technology – Tessera G1 receiver card

Datavideo – Datavideo’s REMI kit

Evertz – DreamCatcher™ BRAVO studio virtualized production suite

Riedel Communications – Simplylive production suite


Backlight – iconic media management

Blu Digital Group – BluSpot

Newsbridge – MXT-1 generative AI indexing technology

Ross Video – Streamline Pro

Vimond Media Solutions – Smart highlights


Ateme – Next-generation, cloud-native Cloud DVR

Broadpeak – Advanced CDN

MainStreaming – Carbon-neutral intelligent media delivery platform

Prime Focus Technologies – CLEAR® Reframe

VisualOn – Optimizer – universal content-adaptive encoding solution


Brightcove – Brightcove Ad monetization

MainConcept – Codec-based advertising technology

Media Distillery – Ad Break Distillery

MEDIAGENIX – Ratings artist

Supponor – NHL digitally enhanced dasherboard


DOTSCREEN – Viki for smart TVs

Eluvio – Eluvio media wallet for connected TV powered by the content fabric

Norigin Media – UI toolkit to deliver TV4 Play’s CTV-direct consumer engagement

NPAW – Product analytics

TeraVolt – a Qvest company – TVXRAY – the Gen-Z upgrade to broadcasting


Appear – Hardware-accelerated SRT

GlobalM – Software-defined video network

Imagine Communications – product name embargoed

NEP Group – 5G MT-UHD MiniTx

Net Insight – IP media trust boundary with SMPTE RP2129


Frame.io An Adobe company – product name embargoed

ATTO Technology – simple, server-less ethernet connectivity for LTO tape

Facilis Technology – Facilis HUB FLASHPoint solid state shared storage server

Perifery – Perifery Swarm

Studio Network Solutions – EVO Cloud


Beam Dynamics – Beam Product intelligence platform

Flanders Scientific – XMP550 HDR mastering monitor

PHABRIX – QxP – a new form factor for portable waveform monitoring

TAG Video Systems – TAG content matching technology

Viaccess-Orca – Viaccess-Orca anti-piracy centre

Project, event or collaboration

Elevate Broadcast – Remote 2110 production from venue to distribution

nanocosmos – Real-time streaming for new interactive applications

Skyline Communications – Data-driven sustainability with free of charge DataMiner software

Telstra Broadcast Services – Cinema Direct harnesses 5G to stream live events to cinemas

TeraVolt – Interactive feed by DFL and TeraVolt with SKY Mexico

The winning entries will automatically be submitted for IABM’s prestigious Peter Wayne Golden BaM Award®, with the winner announced at the IABM BaM Live™ Annual Conference and Awards on 07 December 2023.


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