Webinars This Week: TVN, MFM, Sinclair, SMPTE, SVG, LAWO

TVNewsCheck will consider how news organizations are turning remote production outposts into permanent at-home studios, while Sinclair will present episode two of a series on monetizing NextGen TV. SMPTE has two events this week, MFM continues a series of for-credit sessions for finance managers and SVG presents its annual Sports Content Management conference in virtual form. For more events, plus dates, times and registration links, visit TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory.

Webinars This Week: Akamai, BIA, MFM, Ross Video, SVG and TVNewsCheck

Live virtual events for broadcasters this week focus on revenue as well as technology. They include an Akamai webinar on securing Javascripts, a Cisco presentation about Precision Timed Protocol in SMPTE 2110 Fabrics and the Sports Video Group’s annual College Sports Summit. TVNewsCheck will present Optimizing Spot TV in a Challenging Economy and BIA will focus on Selling Digital Marketing Services to Local Businesses. Media Financial Management Association continues its series of webinars for CFOs and other financial managers. For the full list of events and links to their registration pages, visit TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory.

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Conference To Promote Live TV Production

Presented by TVNewsCheck and Sports Video Group, the LiveTV:LA conference, to be held Nov. 7 in Hollywood, will gather leading executives, producers and production professionals who are involved in TV’s hottest market: live TV.

Abernethy To Keynote NewsTECH Forum

Fox Television Stations President Jack Abernethy will be a featured speaker at NewsTECH Forum, scheduled for Dec. 16-17 at the New York Hilton. The event will gather news, operations and engineering professionals into an off-the-record environment where they can compare notes, learn from the leaders and develop best practices. “The world of news production is changing rapidly,” says TVNewsCheck Editor Harry A. Jessell. “NewsTECH Forum will address this fast-evolving terrain and its impact on news storytelling.”