Remote Workflows And Station Operations’ Future At TV2025
Engineering, IT and operations executives and managers were compelled by the pandemic to shift largely to at-home production. Executives will explain how that may result in a more permanent impact at TVNewsCheck’s TV2025: Monetizing the Future, presented virtually Oct. 20-23 as part of the NAB Show New York.
Joe Addalia, director, technology projects, Hearst Television; Fred Fourcher, founder and CEO, Bitcentral; Tish Graham, VP, broadcast technology, ABC Owned Television Stations; Brad Plant, director of technology and operations, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations; and Fabian Westerwelle, executive director, media and technology, ABC News will join TVNewsCheck Contributing Editor Glen Dickson for a panel discussion, Remote Workflows & the Future of TV Station Operations, on Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. ET.
“After working remotely since March, TV technologists are getting a clearer idea of what parts of remote workflow are more likely to remain permanent and how that will affect collaboration, productivity and future facilities planning,” said TVNewsCheck Editor Michael Depp. “Joe, Fred, Tish, Brad and Fabian will share their own accounts of which workflows are better flourishing remotely and where that points in terms of the industry’s post-COVID trajectory.”
Other TV2025 panels will include Leadership in a Time of Accelerated Change; Optimizing Audiences: Turn a Short-Term Bump Into a Long-Term Trend; Is NextGen TV Ready for Primetime?; IP & the Cloud: A Roadmap for Future Revenue Opportunities; Bolstering the Local and Regional Content Pipeline; and Optimizing Spot TV in a Challenging Economy. Radha Subramanyam, chief research and analytics officer, CBS Corp., and president, CBS Vision, will be the keynote interview.
TVNewsCheck will also present its Station Group of the Year Award to NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations in a ceremony that will include an interview with the group’s president, Valari Staab, on Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. ET.
Attendees will participate in live, daily, two-and-a-half-hour sessions on Zoom Webinar, where they can pose questions to speakers, participate in live audience polling and wrap up the day with half-hour, open-mic roundtables on key issues. They can also participate in conversations on the TV2025 Chat Channel on NAB Show New York’s virtual conference platform, where attendees can also attend sessions presented by NAB and visit a virtual exhibition.
Register for TV2025: Monetizing the Future here.