NewsTECHForum: New Frontiers In News Production
Remote production and the cloud have led news organizations to rethink the way their teams approach the story, from reporting and editing to production, reversioning and multimedia distribution. New Frontiers in News Production a panel at TVNewsCheck’s NewsTECHForum on Dec. 13, will explore how cloud-based technologies are shaping this trend, along with how changing roles in the newsroom changing and technology is facilitating that.
Panelists are Dave Burke, CTO, Gray Television; Mike Palmer, senior director, media management, Sinclair Broadcast Group; Rich Paleski, director of operations, WCBS New York; and Craig Wilson, global media and cloud product evangelist, Avid. Mike Fass, VP broadcast services, VUit, will moderate the 4 p.m. discussion at the New York Hilton.
“Broadcasters will need to adopt dramatically new ways of reporting, producing and distributing news content to keep up with the enormous pressure they’re now under to produce more of it,” said TVNewsCheck Editor Michael Depp. “Dave, Mike, Rich and Craig will share the many ways in which they’re making a run at those changes, from new ways of working in the field to the cloud’s increasingly important role and how change management among staff — and changing roles for many staffers — will see this industry into its next phase.”
NewsTECHForum’s theme for 2022 is Reimagining the News and How It’s Made, and panels include Blowing Up the Newscast in Order To Save It; Creating More Content For A Multimedia Audience; Building Tomorrow’s News Studio & Workflows; Reinventing News Presentation & Presenters in a Multimedia Ecosystem; and Field and Remote Production’s Multiplying Options and the Quest for More Stories. The keynote interview is Radical Moves: Inside CBC’s Reinvention of TV News. The event is co-located with the Sports Video Group Summit.
Register here for NewsTECHForum.