Metadata Is Key To Improved News Workflow

Broadcasting’s top tech practitioners are focused on improving the speed and use of metadata. ABC’s Tish Graham: “Whether it needs to be a linear piece, or it needs to be OTT or some type of digital piece, we need to build the backend systems and automate them as much as possible to be able to move that content wherever it needs to go, and to be reliable.” And metadata is also essential to find content in an archive or to direct OTT distribution, plus efficient use can also lower overall storage costs. (Photo: Jill Altmann)


Technology Chiefs Eye Future Efficiencies

IP delivery, cloud-based workflows are seen becoming pervasive as they will make it easier for broadcasters to capture, share and distribute news content. Above (l-r): Andrea Berry, moderator; Bruce MacCormack, CBC; Del Parks, Sinclair; and Jonathan Solomon, Aspera. (Photo: Jack Pagano, Ariana Television Network)

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Previous WIT Leadership Winners

Renu Thomas is the fourth person to receive the Women in Technology Leadership Award. TVNewsCheck introduced the honor at the 2011 NAB Show 2011 — The first recipient was Darcy Antonellis, who at the time was president of technical operations of Warner Bros. Today, Antonellis is CEO of Vubiquity, a video services company involved in […]


Honoring Tech Leader Andrea Berry Of Fox

TVNewsCheck’s second annual Women in Technology Leadership Award presentation and reception at the NAB Show last week honored Andrea Berry, the senior vice president of media services for Fox Networks Engineering and Operations.

AWM Joins TVNewsCheck To Honor Berry

The Alliance for Women in Media is joining with TVNewsCheck in honoring Andrea Berry, SVP of media services at Fox Network Engineering and Operations, for her technological contributions. The presentation of the annual Women in Technology Leadership Award will take place at the NAB Show in Las Vegas on April 17.

TVNewsCheck To Honor Fox’s Andrea Berry

The Fox SVP of media services will receive the annual Women in Technology Leadership Award at the NAB Show. This recognizes women who have contributed significantly toward advancing their industry technologically. It supports the National Association of Broadcasters Educational Foundation’s Technology Apprenticeship Program.