Top broadcast technology executives from Tubi, Tegna, Sinclair, Cisco Systems and Lawo will offer their predictions for cloud, IP, streaming, generative AI, cybersecurity, NextGen TV and more in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on Dec. 5. Register here.
Technology executives from Fox Corp., Hearst Television, CBC, Sony and Florical told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that the lack of a “trigger point” and a shortage of personnel experts in managing IT infrastructures are among the factors slowing down the pace of the industry’s IP transition.
Agencies want broadcasters to run what they pay for and feel that should no longer be challenging in 2023, executives from Sinclair, Magna, Icon International and Locality said during a TVNewsCheck webinar last week.
Technology executives from Paramount Global, Sinclair, Graham Media, Grass Valley and swXtch.io told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week improvements in cloud playout software are enabling wholesale shifts in networks’ and stations’ architecture. But getting a fix on the cost of launching cloud playout remains frustratingly elusive.
Executives from Fox Corp., Hearst Television, CBC, Sony Electronics and Florical Systems will question the viability of continuing to invest in on-prem hardware given the cloud’s capacious flexibility in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on Aug. 17 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
Leaders from Graham, Tegna, Cox and Gray told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that station projects with a strong local value proposition — and a deeper collaboration between the newsroom and creative services — can yield remarkable audience engagement.
Executives from Sinclair, Magna, Locality and ICON International will explore the many ways to potentially streamline local television ad buying and selling and which methods are furthest along the track in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on July 27. Register here.
Executives from Sinclair, Fox Television Stations, NBCUniversal Local, Bitcentral and Imagine Communications will discuss the sticky process of determining what stays on-premises and what functions should best move to the cloud in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on Aug. 10. Register here.
Executives from Warner Bros. Discovery, Sinclair, Tegna, Ross Video and TAG shared the latest in how they’re using the cloud to gain new flexibility and efficiency, from unlocking AI’s progress to “decomposing” news workflows and building “digital backlots,” in a TVNewsCheck webinar last week.
Executives from Paramount, Sinclair, Graham Media, Grass Valley and swXtch.io will discuss advances in linear playout for live sports and news in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar on July 20. Register here.
Marketing leaders from Cox Media Group, Graham Media Group, Gray Television and Tegna will discuss projects that get to the heart of localism and how they’ve successfully built high audience engagement around them in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on July 13. Register here.
Leaders from Warner Bros. Discovery, Sinclair, Tegna, TAG Video Systems and Ross Video will discuss how the cloud’s use for live production is likely to advance this year in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on June 22 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
Broadcasters are now making active use of 5G in everyday production operations, usually alongside LTE in contribution feeds sent with bonded cellular systems. But the most exciting production applications to date for 5G have actually used private 5G networks that broadcasters have set up themselves for big-event coverage.
Executives from Fox Sports, BBC and Sinclair Inc. will unpack the pace of the 5G rollout and its application in news and sports production in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar at 1 p.m. ET on May 18. Register here.
Executives from Fox Corp., E.W. Scripps Co. and Nevion will share their expertise in building IP networks that suit their companies’ specific needs along with critical security considerations in the process during a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on March 16 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
Allen Media Group Founder, Chairman and CEO Byron Allen will join BET Networks President of Media Sales Louis Carr for a candid conversation about the advertising marketplace two years after Allen launched a drive to eliminate inequities in the way major marketers allocate their advertising budgets. TVNewsCheck Co-Founder and Publisher Kathy Haley will moderate the conversation during a TVNewsCheck webinar on Jan. 25. Register here.
Executives from Nexstar, Graham Media and Gray Television will share strategies for creating and expanding on opportunities to reach consumers on streaming and other digital platforms in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar on Jan. 26. Register here.
Executives from Sinclair, Fox Television Stations, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, TAG Video Systems and Imagine Communications told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that live production at volume in the public cloud may finally come to pass next year, noting the growing adoption of enabling technologies like low-latency JPEG-XS compression.
Even with a recession looming, executives from Sinclair, Nexstar, Marketron, Horizon Media and JDA Media said at a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that stations still see lots of opportunities for strong selling across a variety of categories, including healthcare, sports betting, legal and more.
Early progress in cloud playout is expanding to other functions like cloud ingest and media prep, quality control and a software switch, executives from NBCUniversal, Sinclair and Perspective Media Group told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week.
Tech executives from Sinclair, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Fox Television Stations, Imagine and TAG Video Systems will offer predictions for the most important trends in the coming year including building IP networks, cloud production and playout, cybersecurity and streaming technology in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar on Dec. 1. Register here.
Leaders from NBCUniversal Media, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Telestream, Perspective Media Group and and swXtch will explore governance, multi-cloud usage and adapting TV workflows to the cloud — and vice versa — in a TVNewsCheck webinar on Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. ET. 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.
Executives from NBCUniversal Television, Disney Advertising, ICON International and UM Worldwide lamented the yawning chasm that remains between TV’s linear ratings and digital metrics in a TVNewsCheck webinar last week, but they said both the data and technology are progressing to close the gap.
Executives from E.W. Scripps, Fox Television Stations, NBCUniversal Local and Cox Media Group told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that hiring challenges are frustrating their efforts to swiftly build out robust streaming channels, but forays into automation and hub-and-spoke models are easing some of the pressure.
Executives from Estrella Media, NBCUniversal, Scripps Networks, Gray Television, Fox Television Stations and Allen Media will share how they’re maximizing their OTT sales opportunities and cultivating innovative strategies for audience development in part two of a TVNewsCheck webinar event slated for Aug. 25. Register here.
Executives from NBCUniversal, Disney Advertising, UM Worldwide and ICON International will look at the increasing use of data to target and track customers and to assess the impact of campaigns in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar at 1 p.m. on July 28. Register here.
TVNewsCheck’s Streaming News 2022 kicks off as a two-part webinar event on July 21 focusing on news programming for OTT and how its production can smoothly integrate into newsroom workflows. Executives from Cox Media Group, NBCUniversal Local, E.W. Scripps and Fox Television Stations will discuss how they’re tackling the platform. Register here.
Executives from Fox Corp. will share insights from building a pioneering new cloud-native operations center in Tempe, Ariz., dubbed the Gryphon Project, and where it sits in a larger reinvention of the technology powering Fox’s broadcast and digital businesses in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar on July 12 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
While issues such as attribution, addressability and automation remain challenging, multimedia spot television campaigns are still about relationships and results, leaders from E.W. Scripps, Graham Media, Nexstar, dentsu X and Compulse told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week.
Executives from Warner Bros. Discovery, Vice Media, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Hearst Television will look at efforts underway to migrate storage to the cloud in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch webinar at 1 p.m. on June 23. Register here.
The recipients of TVNewsCheck’s Women in Technology Awards shared their tech predictions in a webinar last week. Among the most impactful: more collaboration around the transition to the cloud, better monitoring with the aid of machine learning and better standards around and use of data.
Executives from E.W. Scripps, Graham, Nexstar and Dentsu X will look at how buyers and sellers can work around the challenges to creating multimedia campaigns across linear TV, streaming, mobile and digital in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on May 19. Register here.
Climate change and a fragmenting media ecosystem have combined to put new pressure on weather storytellers and the businesses capitalizing on their work. To address how technology is stepping up to address these challenges, TVNewsCheck and The Weather Company will host a conversation about freeing up traditional workflows while enhancing security and enabling cost-effective disaster recovery. Speakers, counter-clockwise from upper left: The Weather Company’s Jim Politis, product manager, Max Velocity; Pat Feldhausen, product manager, Max Alerting; Bob Millis, product manager, Max Cloud. TVNewsCheck co-founder and publisher Kathy Haley, (upper right) will moderate. Register here.
Executives from ABC News, NBCUniversal Local, ABS-CBN and Avid told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week that they’re not reversing steps to build distributed production environments, regardless of how many people are returning to the office. But the road still has its bumps, such as persistent issues with latency and intercom and confidence monitoring.
Executives from Fox Television Stations, Gray Television, Tegna, Blackbird and E.W. Scripps will discuss how they’re diversifying local programming to replace syndicated content and create new options for their linear and streaming channels, all while containing costs, in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on April 14 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
Leaders from ABC News, CBC and ABS-CBN International will discuss their latest projects in virtualizing production, tackling interoperability, audio, data center strategies and more in a TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar on March 31 at 1 p.m. ET. Register here.
Executives from Fox Corp., CBS Television Stations, Hearst and Vizrt told a TVNewsCheck webinar last week the ongoing transition to IP networking and public cloud technology is driving staffers in both engineering and IT to learn new skills.