Triveni Digital will host Triveni Digital LIVE Forum, an interactive, virtual event to unite broadcast engineers, station management, cable operators, and anyone interested in NextGen TV on Wednesday, Nov. 3.
During the online event, attendees will learn directly from ATSC experts, interact with broadcast industry colleagues, and enhance their knowledge on solutions related to the ATSC 3.0 ecosystem.
“With the cancellation of the 2021 NAB Show, the broadcast industry is missing out on the opportunity to interact and engage,” said Ralph Bachofen, vice president of sales and marketing at Triveni Digital. “We are bridging the gap with Triveni Digital LIVE Forum, bringing together our customers, partners, and distinguished broadcast experts for meaningful conversations on NextGen TV. Triveni Digital LIVE Forum will be vastly different than mainstream virtual events; we’ll swap out pre-recorded webinars with engaging and interactive live discussions.”
The event will feature live sessions with broadcast industry stalwarts on cutting-edge NextGen TV topics:
- The event will kick off with a keynote from Madeleine Noland, president of the ATSC, on “The Current State of NextGen TV and 2022 Outlook”
- Kerry Oslund, vice president at E.W. Scripps will share his insights on “Motown 3.0: ATSC 3.0 Automotive Use Cases”
- Joshua Weiss, co-founder and CEO at ARK Multicasting, will discuss “How ARK Multicasting Leverages ATSC 3.0 on LPTV”
The digital event will also include an ATSC 3.0 ecosystem partner zone featuring Hitachi Comark, Harmonic, Heartland Video Systems, Synamedia, and Thomson Broadcast for insightful discussions on end-to-end NextGen TV workflows.
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