As more media organizations look to virtualize infrastructure and enhance remote-production workflows, the role of the cloud has never been more integral to creating compelling sports content. This workshop provides an overview of the primary technological and operational considerations when shifting to the cloud, as well as an inside look at the innovative cloud-based workflows being used by sports-media organizations today.
* Agenda subject to change
|11:00 - 11:05 a.m.|
Welcoming Remarks by Workshop Title Sponsor – Grass Valley
Presented by: Steve Stubelt, Grass Valley, VP of Sales, Americas
|11:05 - 11:20 a.m.|
Evertz Technology Case Study: Remote Cloud Production
As remote cloud production becomes more and more of a reality manufacturers are responding with new technologies that bring a wealth of new functionality to sports production teams looking to the cloud. Join us for an in-depth look at Evertz’ BRAVO STUDIO cloud production platform and get a better sense of the benefits and challenges of producing live content in the cloud.
|11:20 - 11:35 a.m.|
The Switch Technology Case Study: MIMiC Transmission; Low-Latency IP Solutions For Aura OTT
The Switch’s Cloud Video Services platform, MIMiC, delivered coverage of the world-famous Australian horserace to next-generation streaming service Aura by transporting multiple live feeds from Victoria Racing Club’s Flemington Racecourse directly to the Aura platform. It gave horse racing enthusiasts worldwide groundbreaking interactive access to multiple viewpoints of the prestigious event throughout the day.
|11:35 - 11:50 a.m.|
Imagine Communications Technology Case Study: New England Sports Network (NESN) Takes Revenue Protection to the Cloud
Join Kenny Elcock, VP Engineering at NESN, for a down-to-earth conversation with Joe Ashba, Senior Solutions Architect, Imagine Communications, on why and how NESN implemented a cloud-based business continuity solution for their prized sports content.
|11:50 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. |
Production Workflows in the Cloud: What’s Possible Today and What’s Coming Tomorrow
With the advancements in cloud-based production workflows over the past 24 months, new approaches to production are emerging that utilize the cloud to rapidly scale up to meet field, studio, and postproduction demands. This panel discusses the expanding capabilities being offered, explores future needs, and ponders the next steps in cloud adoption.
|12:30 - 1:30 p.m.|
Networking Break in Exhibit Area