Nominations for TVNewsCheck’s 14th annual Women in Technology Awards may now be submitted in three categories: The Women in Technology Leadership Award, The Women in Technology Futurist Award and the Technology Women to Watch Award. The presentation ceremony and reception will take place at NAB Show in Las Vegas. Deadline for ballot submissions is Nov. 10, 2023. The program benefits the NAB Leadership Foundation’s Technology Apprenticeship Program. (Pictured: Anne Schelle, who, in April 2023, received the program’s highest honor, the Women in Technology Leadership Award.)
TVNewsCheck will not distribute its AM, PM and Marketing Monday newsletters on Monday, June 19, in honor of America’s newest federal holiday, Juneteenth. We hope you will reflect on its history and meaning of freedom and independence for all U.S. citizens. TVNewsCheck will return Tuesday, June 20.
TVNewsCheck will not publish its AM, PM and Marketing Monday newsletters today. We will return tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 27. Cheers.
TVNewsCheck‘s ninth annual NewsTECHForum kicksoff this morning. Themed, “Reimagining the News and How It’s Made,” it opens at 9 a.m. ET at the New York Hilton, where it will be co-located with the Sports Video Summit. Watch the livestream here.
TVNewsCheck’s parent company NewsCheckMedia LLC elevates its editorial leader to oversee all content development and production, citing his vision, relationship to the industry and ability to shape new ventures.
Nominations for the 13th annual Women in Technology Awards may now be submitted in three categories: The Women in Technology Leadership Award, The Women in Technology Futurist Award and the Technology Women to Watch Award. The presentation ceremony and reception will take place at NAB Show in Las Vegas. The program benefits the NAB Leadership Foundation’s Technology Apprenticeship Program. Pictured is Sharri Berg, president of Fox Weather, COO of operations, Fox Station Group and 2022 recipient of the Women in Technology Leadership Award. Download 2023 ballots here.
The successful B-to-B sales and publishing executive will play a key role in generating revenue for TVNewsCheck.com and its companion newsletters, premium events, webinars and video series.
TVNewsCheck’s AM and PM newsletters will return Tuesday, the 7th. All of us hope you enjoy the holiday.
TVNewsCheck will not distribute any electronic newsletters today. They will return Tuesday, July 6.
TVNewsCheck is sharing installments of “How To,” our original video series that solicits innovative, practical and actionable advice from TV experts in news, technology, sales and marketing. TV creatives, put your thinking caps on and tell us what topics you’d like to see explained.
Are you organized, entrepreneurial and completely committed to consultative selling? If so, we’d like to meet with you to see if you will fit into our small, highly accomplished team.
Byron Allen, founder, chairman and CEO of Allen Media Group and The Weather Group, will continue his crusade to win equity and inclusion for Black-owned media in the world of advertising by headlining the first Black-Owned Media Upfront. The event, set for May 11 and 12 from noon to 2:30 p.m. ET, will turn a spotlight on the programming and audiences of his companies and others involved in the movement. Register here to participate.
The advantages of moving weather reporting workflows into the cloud go way beyond the efficiency and flexibility of remote access and disaster recovery. They also include a boost in creativity […]
Leaders from WarnerMedia, Graham Media Group, Perspective Media and Dalet will offer predictions for the industry’s most important technology trends for 2022 – as well as what they hope to […]
TV station groups have been introducing addressability as an option for national, regional and local advertisers. How do these pioneering projects compare with those offered by broadcast and cable networks? […]
TV leaders will frame out monetization strategies for a dramatically changed, post-pandemic market in this two-day virtual conference. Panels will examine data, technology and spot TV; NextGen TV’s pathways to […]
The advantages of moving weather reporting and workflows into the cloud go way beyond the efficiency and flexibility of remote access and disaster recovery. They also include a boost in creativity as meteorologists share their work in central or regional libraries, the ability to back up staff challenged by severe weather events and the option of reducing operational footprints once the move away from hardware is complete. A TVNewsCheck webinar, sponsored by The Weather Company, will explore the possibilities of weather workflows in the cloud for TV engineers, meteorologists, news directors and station general managers. Register here.
REGISTER NOW TV stations, particularly in smaller markets, could be operated for the most part from corporate technology centers where master control, playout and production technology will reside. Is this […]
How are leading media buying agencies targeting beyond the traditional age/income demographics? How are they targeting buying intent and potential and how are broadcasters helping them reach their prospects more […]
REGISTER NOW Leaders in augmented reality and virtual sets compare notes on storytelling, production and technology strategies. Are these platforms keeping up […]
Leading edge chief digital officers talk about their most innovative initiatives and their strategies for meeting key performance indicators. Where are they breaking new ground online, on streaming and on […]
Broadcasters and their technology partners have been striving to automate key parts of the spot TV selling process. How are they doing at automating audience estimates, in-flight reconciliation, and other […]
Widespread remote production, the rise of streaming, and a need for content sharing have put the spotlight on how and where to archive and how to update content management. Leading […]
TVNewsCheck’s third annual conference for executives, managers and professionals in streaming news, this event – presented live on Zoom – will gather leaders in OTT news to talk […]
Media buying agencies and station groups have been refining the performance-based campaigns, designed to deliver better value to national advertisers investing in local. How are these important campaign strategies evolving […]
Network design is critically important to a company’s security posture and management. How are companies phasing out firewalls and planning the networks of their future? How can careful planning prevent […]
As media looks forward to a post-pandemic new normal, sports will lead the way in advancing remote workflows. How are technologists and vendors progressing on eliminating latency from key parts […]
Local TV stations have long promoted their news and other programming to audiences. But how well have they marketed their brands? How well are they positioning their programming in a […]
Members-only content is coming to TVNewsCheck this month. A user-friendly “freemium” model and a price point designed to make subscribing a no-brainer are aimed a maximizing audience reach.
This TVNewsCheck Working Lunch Webinar will gather leaders from the spot TV buying and selling community to talk about how the spot TV market is shaping up for 2021. TVNewsCheck […]
TVNewsCheck will present Managing the Never-Ending News Cycle in a Changing Media Environment on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. ET; Ross Video will continue its second season of Ross Live events with Today’s Newsroom Workflow Efficiency, Competitive Edge on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 11 a.m. ET; eMam and Alibaba will present several webinars this week, including today’s Keeping Your Business Safe with Penetration Testing, and on Dec. 2, Cloud-Boosted Asset Management with eMam & Alibaba. For more events and registration links, please visit TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory. Pictured are speakers participating in Thursday’s TVNewsCheck Webinar.
TVNewsCheck has opened balloting for its 2021 Women in Technology Awards. Presented each year at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, the awards recognize women who have substantially influenced the development of technology in the media and entertainment industry, or who show great promise of doing so. Pictured are 2019 Women in Technology Awards Honorees Madeleine Noland, Tish Graham, Abby Auerbach, Larissa Görner and Deb Grivois.
Webinars this week include TVNewsCheck‘s “Data, Performance, Technology: Optimizing Spot TV;” a look at “AI & ML for Media,” from AWS; a webcast on “Building the Modern Control Room” from Black Box; a look at “NextGen Advertising” from Sinclair and One Media; and a webinar from Telos Alliance on the Omnia MPX Node. For a complete list of webinars this week and through summer and fall, including dates, times and registration links, visit TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory.
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.
Journalists fresh from their coverage of eruptive protests across the U.S. will share firsthand accounts from the streets and how they’ve navigated dangers from the police, protesters and the coronavirus. Packed with practical advice for on-the-ground decisionmaking, the June 30 webinar at 1 p.m. ET will also examine how the protests are compelling news organizations to reframe race in their reporting. Register here.
The arrival of summer hasn’t slowed the flow of webinars, briefings, demos and webcasts, most targeting TV’s engineering and IT communities. For the full list of live events this week, including TVNewsCheck’s At Home Production and the Future of News Workflow, please visit TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory.
In honor of Memorial Day, TVNewsCheck will not publish our AM and PM newsletters on Monday, May 25. We will return Tuesday, May 26.
We’re suspending our recently added weekend coverage this week. But don’t panic, we’ll be back as ususal on Monday to keep you up to date during these unusual times.