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IP Workflows for News in Avid Environments
February 11, 2021 @ 5:00 am - 6:00 am
Expand your coverage while cutting costs with a powerful IP stream ingest solution for broadcast news, sports, and remote live production.
MediaCentral | Stream enables simple and reliable remote contribution, enabling multiple compressed IP streams to be ingested into your MediaCentral production environment from anywhere. Capture from more sources. Move live content between remote locations at much lower costs. And edit media while capturing it for ultra-fast turnaround. It’s the easiest way to add IP contribution to any Avid production workflow.
Register to attend our webinar and hear from a panel of experts from Microsoft, Haivision, and LiveU who will discuss current trends and technologies for broadcast news, sports, and remote live production. And learn about MediaCentral | Stream, which enables your news teams to easily capture multiple compressed IP streams directly into your MediaCentral production environment. At the end of the panel session, you’ll have the opportunity to have your questions answered by the experts.
Presenters for this webinar include
Craig Wilson is a newsroom specialist with almost thirty years of experience in the broadcast industry. He has worked on major projects ranging from workflow transformation of national broadcasters to large scale sports events including the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Craig has held various roles with Avid, working in Professional Services and Solutions Design and is now the Avid Global Broadcast and Media Product Evangelist.
Ray Thompson has over 25 years of experience focused on media for broadcast, post, and film. Ray led the development of an IP live streaming platform strategy for sending SD, HD, and 4K video over a standard IP connection from anywhere at broadcast quality and at low latency to mobile and web. He has been a key driver in the transformation of a start-up software company from video editing to content licensing and management/distribution of assets via the web to multiple audiences.
Marcus Schioler is vice president of product marketing at Haivision. He has over 20 years of experience in technology and product development, with a number of industry-leading companies. This experience has allowed him to develop a broad base of knowledge in broadcast and video streaming as well as expertise in post-production for commercials, film, television, video games and eSports. Marcus frequently presents and writes on numerous video-related topics including broadcast streaming and IP contribution, cloud media routing, remote production, and low latency video.
Daniel Pisarski is an engineering leader in the online, video, and broadcast industries with over 20 years’ experience. With a broad background in software and hardware design, product development, research and analysis and quality assurance, Dan understands how to take complex technology solutions from inception to delivery and beyond. As a tech visionary, Dan is a recurring contributor to articles and white papers communicating both practical know-how and forward-thinking knowledge to help bring the live video industry to the next level.
Tim Murphy is a Principal Program Manager in the Azure Media & Entertainment team, where his role focuses on fostering innovative and new ways of working across Azure partner and clients, by mapping client requirements to core product and services development efforts. In this role, Tim sponsors many strategic partnerships with both vendors and clients – many of which have led to industry cloud first deployments. When not helping clients, Tim enjoys spending time with his family and foster pets.