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 cost over-runs and unnecessary complexity? Note: All CBR webinars wrap up with a period when attendees may ask speakers and CBR board members questions on […]
TAG Video Systems has added a three-part series to its IP Academy 2021 webinar line-up. The provider of SW, IP, COTS/cloud, probing, monitoring and multiviewing solutions for all four of the major broadcast applications (live production, playout, transport/delivery and OTT) is tackling OTT, from an overview to the technical details to setting it in motion. The series […]
Pearl TV, the consortium of nine station groups working to advance local NextGen TV, has added a new webinar scheduled for Aug. 19 to its ongoing series of ATSC 3.0 webcasts. The consortium split the one-hour content security and protection webinar scheduled for Aug. 12 into two separate 60-minute educational webcasts.
TVNewsCheck will present Reporting on Protest: Lessons from the Front Lines, featuring three veteran reporters, an attorney from Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and a remote workflow expert. The Media Financial Management Association continues its summer-long series of virtual sessions this week, while Ross Video continues its series of weekly webinars. Matrox will present a half-day on How to Control Workstations from a Distance, and MediaKind will discuss Getting Your Disruption On — Uncovering Media Opportunities. Rohde & Schwarz will look at EMC Filter Design. Details and links to registration pages are on TVNewsCheck’s Virtual Events Directory.
A deep bench of business, advertising, transportation, computing, media and technology experts from a variety of industries will be participating and taking questions in this six-episode, bi-weekly series beginning Tuesday, July 7, 2 to 3:30 p.m. ET.
Media Staffing Network (MSN) is helping job seekers across all industries by tapping into its vast knowledge of job search skills and techniques to present a series of free webinars under its newly established Recruitment Solutions Network (RSN) unit. The series kicks off Wednesday, April 8, with two webinars: “Job Seeking: Building Your Brand” at 11 a.m. ET and “Job Seeking: […]
Media Financial Management Association announces a special March Lunch & Learn, specifically intended for MFM members facing unique employment issues created by COVID-19. Presented by Russell Jones of Littler Mendelson, the webinar has been scheduled for Thursday, March 26, at 1 p.m. ET. As the news around the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change, so do employers’ questions. This webinar will cover the […]
Second Street announced today the acquisition of Niche Media. Niche Media runs events dedicated to helping niche publishers generate new and additional revenue. This acquisition further expands Second Street’s role as a disseminator of best practices in media revenue and audience engagement. Second Street currently offers numerous resources including the Second Street Lab, Summit, sales […]
A TVNewsCheck webinar about the changing TV ratings scene will feature experts from advertising, broadcasting and the research community addressing how to improve local audience measurement.
A new Borrell report Gauging Facebook’s Impact on Local Advertising, estimates that by year’s end, the social media giant will be capturing as much as 10% of all local ad dollars in the U.S., more than the newspaper, TV or radio industries. Attendees of TVNewsCheck’s “Optimize, Monetize Your Facebook Strategy” webinar on June 13 will receive a free copy of the $995 report.
Think of all the time and effort you’re spending on Facebook. Why? You have to keep your pool of users engaged, to stay connected to them, to keep up with your competitors. Wouldn’t you want to know how to get your Facebook audience over to your newscasts and your websites where the revenue is? What about Facebook Live? Is your station too dependent on it? TVNewsCheck will tackle these and other critical questions during a webinar, Optimize, Monetize Your Facebook Strategy, on June 13 at 2 p.m. ET.
Readying for our June 13 webinar on optimizing and monetizing Facebook, it’s clear to me that legacy media’s relationship with the social media platform evolves daily. But for media, migrating users out of Facebook’s walled garden remains a priority.
Jason White, Facebook’s manager of U.S. news partnerships, is part of a C-level executive lineup that also features Graham Media’s Emily Barr, Raycom’s Pat LaPlatney and the Dallas Morning News’ Jim Moroney III. They will discuss the challenges of maintaining brand identity, monetizing and migrating audiences from Facebook back to media’s owned and operated platforms during a TVNewsCheck webinar: “Optimize, Monetize Your Facebook Strategy.” It’s set for Tuesday, June 13, at 2 p.m. ET.
C-level executives from Graham Media (Barr), Raycom (LaPlatney) and the Dallas Morning News (Moroney) will discuss the challenges of maintaining brand identity and monetizing inside Facebook’s walled garden during a TVNewsCheck webinar: “Optimize, Monetize Your Facebook Strategy.” Set for Tuesday, June 13, at 2 p.m. ET, the webinar, which will also feature Jason White, Facebook’s manager of U.S. news partnerships, will confront the challenges of migrating audiences from Facebook back to media’s owned and operated platforms.