Technologists To Tackle The Changing World Of Event Production

Leading technologists from Fox Sports, Colorado Studios, Sinclair Broadcast Group and LiveU will discuss what they’ve learned producing events during the global coronavirus pandemic, and how months of increased remote production are accelerating long term industry trends. Pictured, clockwise from left: Janel Fleming, LiveU director, sports sales; Brad Cheney, VP field operations and engineering, Fox Sports; Don Roberts, VP sports engineering and production systems, Sinclair Broadcast Group; Glen Dickson, contributing editor, TVNewsCheck and the webinar's moderator; and Phil Garvin, president, Colorado Studios. To join the webinar, please register here. 

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the rules of producing sports and other large events and is speeding up a trend toward increased remote operations in the television industry. To share what they are learning and assess the long-term impact of changes underway, Leading technologists will gather for a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar.

Set for Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 1 p.m. ET, Producing Events in a Pivotal Year, will be moderated by TVNewsCheck Contributing Editor Glen Dickson and feature Brad Cheney, VP field operations and engineering, Fox Sports; Phil Garvin, president, Colorado Studios; Don Roberts, VP sports engineering & operations, Sinclair Broadcast Group; and Janel Fleming, director of sports sales, LiveU.

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Topics will include:

  • How can companies produce such programming safely and cost effectively?
  • How much more REMI (remote integration model) can broadcasters integrate into their workflows?
  • How are they managing work in mobile units?
  • What are the prospects for more UHD/HDR production as NextGen TV stations launch?

Please register for the webinar here.


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