Agenda, Speakers Announced for SVG’s TranSPORT on Nov. 11
SVG’s TranSPORT 2014 returns to the DoubleTree Suites in Times Square, NYC, on Nov. 11. TranSPORT gives sports production professionals the opportunity to come together for a half-day of networking and information exchange. Register today for your chance to hear leading industry experts discuss the latest developments in HEVC compression, 4K, IP, OTT, and much more.
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Event highlights include:
Backhaul 101: Perspectives in Satellite and Terrestrial
What Does HEVC Mean for You?
From ENG to Live Sports: The Promise of Bonded Cellular,
Unmanaged Networks, and WiFi
Beyond Baseband: The Move to IP at the Compound and the
The Great Streaming Frontier: MPEG-DASH, LTE Multicast, and the Future of OTT Delivery
When Will 4K Reach the Home?
Kevin Ancelin, Artel, VP of Sales and Business Development
Mike Antonovich , ATEME, SVP and GM, Americas
Steve Corda, SES, VP of Business Development
David Chilson, CBS, Director of Broadcast Distribution Services
Bogdan Frusina, Dejero, Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Brad Gilmer, Video Services Forum, Executive Director
Matthew Goldman, Ericsson, SVP Technology
Phil Goswitz, DIRECTV, SVP, Video, Space & Communications
George Hoover, NEP Broadcasting, CTO
Ryan Korte, Level 3 Vyvx Services, Principal Architect
Jon Pannaman, ESPN, Senior Director of Technology
Tim Prukop, LiveU, Vice President of Sports Sales
Pierre Routhier, Technicolor, VP of Global 3D Strategy
Paul Shen, TVU Networks, CEO
Steven A. Silva, 21st Century Fox, VP, Technology & Strategy
Emory Strilkauskas, ESPN, Principal Engineer
Rick Wisher, Adobe, Product Manager: Primetime
Paul Sweeting, Concurrent Media, Founder
Jason Taubman, Game Creek Video, VP, Design/New Technology
Richard Wolf, The Switch, EVP