News technology leaders from CNBC, Sinclair, Gray Television and Fox Television Stations will discuss the transformative changes to studio design and production along with dramatic leaps in field production technology in a panel at TVNewsCheck’s NewsTECHForum in New York on Dec. 12. Register here.
Technology executives from Sinclair, Gray, WLS Chicago and Dalet shared some of the more enduring remote workflows holding over from the pandemic in a TVNewsCheck webinar last week, noting that improvements in IP connectivity and public cloud technology are pushing innovation even further.
Executives from Sinclair, Gray Television and ABC-owned WLS Chicago will address innovations in remote production and their knock-on effects for storytelling, new facilities and studio design in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar on Sept. 29. Register here.
A TVNewsCheck webinar featuring top engineers from Fox, Tegna and Gray found stations are settling well into their COVID-19-induced remote workflows. Some of those workflows, including IP contribution, cloud-based collaboration and production automation, are likely to stay even after the pandemic subsides. “There’s no going back to what it was before this started,” says Tegna’s Robert Lydick.
The coronavirus pandemic forced television news operations to produce almost entirely from producers’ and anchors’ homes. During a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar, set for May 28 at 1 p.m. ET, leading television engineering and operations executives will talk about what they’ve learned while facilitating this massive shift in workflow and the long-term changes likely to flow from it. Above, l-r: Speakers Richard Friedel, Fox Television Stations; Clint Moore, Gray Television; and Robert Lydick, Tegna Media.