TVN Conference To Address Remote Production And The Evolution Of TV Workflows

A TVNewsCheck half-day conference, to be presented live on Zoom on Nov. 4, will gather industry leaders in production, operations and technology to consider how content production is changing after more than a year of remote production. Executives in entertainment, news and sports will compare emerging best practices and the impact of the pandemic on the industry’s transition to IP and cloud workflows. Register here.

TV production and technology executives and managers working in entertainment, news and sports will gather for a TVNewsCheck half-day conference addressing “Remote Production and the Evolution of Television Workflows.”

Set for Thursday, Nov. 4, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. ET, the conference will address how more than a year of working remotely has influenced program production and affected the industry’s gradual migration to IP and cloud workflows. They will also discuss emerging best practices and tactics that are likely to remain permanent parts of the production process once the pandemic has ended.

Executives from Fox Sports, Vice Media, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Disney, NBCU’s KXAS-KXTX, Avid, Vizrt and Dalet are among the speakers who will take part in the event.

The conference’s opening panel, Television Production in the Changed World, will include (above, l-r): Brad Cheney, VP field operations and engineering, Fox Sports; Stephen Brown, EVP programming and development, Fox Television Stations; Joe LaMonica, VP, broadcast engineering and operations, Vice Media; and Brian Olson, sales director, U.S. group stations, Vizrt.

The second panel, Virtualization, the Cloud and Television Workflows, will include (l-r): Craig Dwyer, VP global cloud and SaaS practice, Avid; Walid Hamri, senior director, media systems, Sinclair Broadcast Group; and Matt Varney, VP technology and operations, KXAS-KXTX Dallas.


“Remote production continues to be a major trend influencing the thinking of production, operations and engineering leaders in the media and entertainment industry,” said TVNewsCheck Publisher And Co-Founder Kathy Haley. “This event aims to advance the conversation about that trend by singling out long-term changes and best practices.”

Register here.

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