Tish Graham is the first woman to lead technology at a television station group. Her efforts to revamp ABC’s stations for a multiplatform world through IP, the cloud and more are at the forefront of where the industry at large is heading. She will receive TVNewsCheck’s 2019 Women in Technology Leadership Award.
Larissa Görner, the strategic project manager in the office of the CTO at Net Insight, has been chosen as one of TVNewsCheck’s 2019 Technology Women to Watch and will be honored during the NAB Show on April 9 in Las Vegas.
The Hearst Cincinnati NBC affiliate’s director of engineering has been chosen as one of TVNewsCheck’s 2019 Technology Women to Watch and will be honored during the NAB Show on April 9 in Las Vegas.
Madeline Noland, who chairs the ATSC committee supporting implementation of ATSC 3.0, has played a key role in developing the advanced approach to broadcasting, shepherding it through standard-setting processes.
Abby Auerbach, the trade group’s EVP and chief communications officer, has played a fundamental and pioneering role in the decades-long effort to streamline the process of buying and selling local television advertising.
She’s being celebrated with TVNewsCheck’s annual Women in Technology Leadership Award in recognition of her leadership in overhauling technology at the ABC Owned Television Stations Group. Her efforts have helped the company adapt to a multiplatform future and changing economic times. In her role as the group’s VP of broadcast technology, she has demonstrated an ability to make tough decisions and rally her team behind implementing a new plan.
TVNewsCheck’s 2018 Women in Technology Awards, presented at the NAB Show on Tuesday, honored a trio of women praised for their sharp thinking, strong leadership, listening and communication skills. HBO’s Diane Tryneski (center), Dolby Laboratories’ Jaclyn Pytlarz (left) and KIRO’s Deb Adeogba all accepted awards. (John Staley photo)
TVNewsCheck presented its 2018 Women in Technology Awards (the eighth annual) on Tuesday at a ceremony in Las Vegas. HBO’s Diane Tryneski (center) was honored with the Women in Tehnology Leadership Award, while Dolby Laboratories’ Jaclyn Pytlarz (left) and KIRO Seattle’s Deborah Adeogba (right) received Technology Women to Watch honors. (John Staley photo)
Diane Tryneski, HBO’s tech EVP and chief digital officer, has worked for broadcasting and cable networks since 1982 and has been guided by constantly seeking to move her state of the art forward. Right now, that means building out HBO’s IP infrastructure.
The veteran media technologist will receive the 2018 Women in Technology Leadership Award at April’s NAB Show in Las Vegas.