NAB 2019

NAB 2019: Grass Valley Schedules Media & Analysts Roundtables to Dissect Latest Trends in the Industry

Grass Valley (Booth SL106) will be hosting a series of roundtables to address the latest industry trends, and underline how its leading technology and solutions empower customers to create captivating experiences that connect people through the magic of media.

Future Media Trends Powered by IP Technology – Chuck Meyer, Chief Technical Officer – Live
In the rapidly shifting mediascape we inhabit, media factories must be re-tooled in support of future business models. In this session, we will explore how one media ‘factory’ can be re-programmed to generate different content products. It will detail how leveraging an open-standards IP approach yields virtualized factories where brick and mortar becomes a variable cost, optimized to meet often-competing business criteria.
Date: Monday, April 8
Time: 10:00am

Boosting Customer Connections Through Remote / At Home production – Mark Hilton, Vice President, Live Production
The way consumers engage with content is shifting but they still want to feel as close to the action as possible wherever they are tuned in. In this session, we will examine how new approaches can help evolve production environments to meet any requirement – however large or complex. It will offer a deep dive into how agile, open IP infrastructures and workflows can transform the business of live production.
Date: Tuesday, April 9
Time: 11:00am

The Crucial Role of Cloud & Virtualization – Ian Fletcher, Chief Technical Officer – Media
The role of the cloud and microservices continues to play an increasingly crucial role in the broadcast industry. In this session we will look at the key trends and technologies that are of growing importance to customers, such as microservices, containers, cloud, and hybrid cloud, serverless compute and DevOps. We will explore the impact they are having on how broadcast systems are designed and deployed.
Date: Wednesday, April 10
Time: 10:00am

To send an RSVP for one or more of these sessions, please email

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