ABOUT

THE 5G MEDIA ACTION GROUP

The 5G Media Action Group provides a framework for stakeholders to collaborate on a market-driven implementation of 5G solutions capable of meeting the requirements for the production and distribution of audiovisual media content and services.

The 5G Media Action Group is a cross-industry organization gathering stakeholders across the media sector, including content and service providers, network operators, technology solution suppliers, equipment manufacturers, R&D organizations, regulators and policy makers.

 

It is an independent not-for-profit association with its own legal identity, funding, governance, and administrative rules. The seat of the association is in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Analysing

what 3GPP standards can do for media distribution, production and contribution

Defining

new media use cases enabled by the technologies coming to the market

Recommending

how to use and implement technologies and networks for media

Developing

requirements for new features and recommendations for improving 5G specifications

 

STRUCTURE

The 5G Media Action Group is organized around a General Assembly, a Steering Group and four Workgroups.

General Assembly

Steering Group

EBU – Antonio Arcidiacono (Chair)

BNE – Lars Backlund (Treasurer)

France Télévisions – Jacques Donat-Bouillud (Vice-chair)

Polkomtel – Wojciech Pytel (Vice-chair)

BBC – Alan Boyle

BT – Simon T. Jones

Digital 3&4 – Greg Bensberg

EI Towers – Guido Gentile

Ericsson – Mauricio Aracena

ESA – Maria Guta

Huawei – Victor Kueh

ORF/ORS – Michael Wagenhofer

Qualcomm – Lorenzo Casaccia

RAI – Vittoria Mignone

RTL Deutschland – Joe Collins

Sennheiser – María Dolores Pérez

SWR/ARD – Roland Beutler

Verizon – Josh Arensberg

Observers:

NPO – Gerjo Bruntink

RTÉ – Jim Higgins

Elected for the period November 2021 - November 2023

Workgroups

 CD-C  Commercial

 CD-T  Technology

          TF-RT 
 Reference Tools

 CP-C  Commercial

 CP-T  Technology