A broadcast Event Series sponsored by Skype in Media
Skype TX manufacturing partner NewTek are joining forces with NewBay Media — the magazine and website publisher of noted titles such as Broadcasting & Cable, Digital Video, RadioWorld and AV Technology — in a special Event Series addressing “The Future of Multi-Camera Production and Streaming”, sponsored by Skype in Media. The live series will be produced and streamed from Microsoft Technology Centers.
Interested parties are free to attend any of the three events in person, but coverage will be streamed online at newtek.com too. Sign up here to reserve your seat or access the live stream of any event.
Sessions are set to cover subjects including IP workflows and affordable access, remote contributors and how the latest technological advances can best be utilized regarding broadcast and streaming productions. Panel discussion will feature industry pros from various companies and corporations, including Microsoft’s broadcast-obsessed brain, Simon Lucas (Skype TX Principal Product Manager). Also stealing the spotlight, Cristina Clapp (Editorial Director at DV Magazine and Creative Planet), Tom Butts (Editor of TV Technology) and Kirsten Nelson (Editor at Large for System Contractor News).
Whether you’re a broadcast novice or a longtime connoisseur, the invitation for your engagement stands. We’d love to see you, be it face-to-face or online. Mark your calendars.
Managing Remote Guests: Delivering broadcast quality without broadcast expense.
Wednesday, February 10 | 2pm-3pm EST | Irvine, California
Discover how technologies like Microsoft’s Skype TX and NewTek’s TalkShow™ can help you include remote guests in your productions at impressively high quality.
Moderator: Cristina Clapp
Editorial Director, DV Magazine & Creative Planet
Panelist: Simon Lucas
Principal PM Manager, Microsoft Skype in Media
Sr. Technical Account Manager, Skype in Media
Mark Alamares, Advanced Media Producer, Mobeon
The Future is Now: IP-based workflows change the pace of production.
Wednesday, February 17 | 2pm-3pm EST | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Currently, the biggest shift in live video production is the switch to ultra-connected IP-based workflows. Learn how this change will alter the future of the video production industry.
Moderator: Tom Butts
Editor of TV Technology
Panelist: Dr. Andrew Cross
President & CTO, NewTek, Inc.
Panelist: Mark Leblang
Studio/Live Production Manager, Philadelphia Eagles
Panelist: Joe Zaller
President, Devoncroft Research
Panelist: Marc Scarpa
Executive Director & Producer, SimplyNew
Pulling it All Together: Instant results—and interaction—with live video.
Wednesday, February 24 | 2pm-3pm EST | New York City, New York
Today’s audiences tune in on multiple screens—sometimes all at once. Hear how to maximize your audience engagement and increase revenue no matter the objectives (brand recognition, product demos, training) of your live events and productions.
Moderator: Kirsten Nelson
Editor at Large for System Contractor News
Panelist: Don Sperling
Vice President & Executive Producer of Entertainment for the New York Football Giants
Panelist: David K Ross
Senior Manager, EMC TV, Global Marketing