Join NewBay Media and NewTek, in partnership with Skype in Media, for a series of panel discussions led by industry leaders and focused on the new era of video production and delivery.
There’s no cost to attend in person or to watch the webcast. Each event will be hosted at a Microsoft Technology Center. Attendees will be given a guided tour of the Center before the discussion, which will be followed by a Q&A session with the panelists.
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
Principal PM Manager, Microsoft Skype in Media
Sr. Technical Account Manager, Microsoft Skype in Media
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
Dr. Andrew Cross
President & CTO, NewTek, Inc.
Studio/Live Production Manager, Philadelphia Eagles
President, Devoncroft Research
Executive Director & Producer, SimplyNew
Pulling it All Together: Instant results—and interaction—with live video.
Wednesday, February 24 | 2pm-3pm EST | New York, 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
Vice President & Executive Producer of Entertainment for the New York Football Giants
David K Ross
Senior Manager, EMC TV, Global Marketing