Join Us on Aug. 19 for SVG/DTVAG Cloud Audio Forum: Next Steps in Production Virtualization
SVG and the DTV Audio Group will hold its inaugural Cloud Audio Forum on August 19 from 2:00PM – 3:30PM EST. Recently broadcasters have taken the step of experimenting with managing talent and production teams working largely off-premises with virtualized remote control of existing equipment. The next logical step for many from here is to move the entire production into the cloud. How will that impact audio mixing and audio operations? That is the subject of this important event.
Join us to learn:
-What solutions are being deployed by broadcasters moving into the cloud and how are vendors responding to meet the increased demands of in-cloud audio production.
-Hear key solutions providers and notable early adopters discuss the state of live audio production in the cloud.
For live remotes, the ultimate evolution of “at-home” production will be to leverage the efficiencies and flexibility derived from moving workflows out of the remote truck (or broadcast center) to cloud data centers that are simultaneously closer in time and bandwidth to the production, distribution, and control endpoints; and can be spun up and down as production demands.
Learn from these experts!
Mike Cronk, Vice President, Advanced Technology, Grass Valley
Martin Dyster, Vice President Business Development, Telos Alliance
Simon Eicher, Executive Producer, Director of Broadcast, Esports Services, ESL
Tom Knowles, Product Manager, Broadcast Systems, Solid State Logic
Noam Raz, Live Market Manager, Waves Audio
Sean Richardson, Executive Director, Content Operations, Lionsgate
Tom Sahara, Media Technologist and Advisor
Corey Smith, Director, Live Operations, Activision Blizzard Esports
Mark Stephens, Global Tech Lead, Media & Entertainment Partners, Amazon Web Services
Glenn Stillwell, Senior Audio Engineering and Operations Manager, PAC-12 Networks
David Van Hoy, President, Advanced Systems Group
Lucas Zwicker, Senior Technical Product Manager, Lawo AG