IP was a hot topic at NAB 2015 and you need to understand how it can help improve workflow, connectivity and efficiency. This free webcast from Grass Valley can provide background training on the key issues surrounding an IP facility—and how to move your facility in that direction and the benefits you may see.
|Please join other professionals on a webinar that will combine industry benchmarking research on IP adoption with expert commentary to show how different organizations are handling their IP migrations. We’ll use a recent industry survey as a backdrop to discuss specific industry segments, early IP adopters and why some situations require deeper study before jumping into the fray.|| |
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Your host for this webinar will be industry consultant Josh Gordon, and he’ll be joined by two guest speakers who will provide unique insights from their own company’s forays into IP.
Josh Gordon will moderate this webcast and discuss important new data from his survey on IP usage in broadcast and production facilities.
|Worldwide start times:|
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 8:00 am
Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
|Tuesday, May 19, 2015 11:00 am |
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
| Tuesday, May 19, 2015 5:00 pm |
Europe Summer Time (Paris, GMT+02:00)
| Tuesday, May 19, 2015 4:00 pm|
GMT Summer Time (London, GMT+01:00)
Additional presenters include:
Steve Fastook, CNBC’s senior vice president, technical and commercial operations will provide insight into how his network takes advantage of IP technology.
Don Roberts, Sinclair Broadcast Group’s Director of Television Systems, will review the benefits of his network's use of IP.
Register now for this important webcast.
The webcast takes place at these U.S. times, see above for international broadcast times.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
8:00 am PDT, 9:00am MDT, 10:00am CDT, 11:00 am EDT,
You can register for this free webcast here.
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