Broadcast Technology Workflows




This 2 day course will help everyone understand what a ‘workflow’ is in the context of broadcast and media operations, taking this forward to explore typical workflows from different types of operations and programme genres. If you want to avoid costly operational mistakes, need to understand what your customers are talking about or work with colleagues, suppliers, integrators and developers to build value and improve efficiency, this is the course for you.

 You will examine and discuss the types of systems, standards, software and hardware used and the changing market from the ‘convergence’ of today to the challenges of tomorrow. The course highlights the issues of integration, automation and reliability, given the way that people really work in a file-based environment, and why companies now need different types of products and services for their audiences and customers.


2 days (14 training hours)



Course Fee

S$ 2490 per person (S$2664.30)

IABM Member organisations can qualify for discounts. Please contact the IABM to find out more

Who should attend

Anyone in the media technology industry who needs to understand broadcast workflows, particularly those who are new to the industry such as apprentices and trainees Sales and marketing people, product managers, technical support staff, software developers, broadcast operational staff, business analysts and R&D engineers

What We Cover

  • Module 1 – Introduction to workflows
  • Module 2 – Introduction to converged technology
  • Module 3 – Integration and workflow support
  • Module 4 – Metadata     
  • Module 5 – Media standards    
  • Module 6 – Asset management   
  • Module 7 – Planning and scheduling
  • Module 8 – Acquisition
  • Module 9 – Ingest
  • Module 10 – Post Production
  • Module 11 – Delivery
  • Module 12 – Approaches to understanding requirements
  • Module 13 – The future

About Your Instructor


Loh Siu Yin, Broadcast Technology and Management Consultant has 30 years of experience in the broadcast industry. He previously held positions as General Manager of Sony Pictures Singapore (SPTL) and Assistant Vice-President of Engineering at Television Corporation of Singapore (now Mediacorp Singapore).