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    • Managing Media in a ‘Multi-Multi’ Broadcast World
      Managing Media in a ‘Multi-Multi’ Broadcast World Moderator: Mary Yurkovic - Digital Strategies Inc. Recorded: Aug 17 2016 5:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • As broadcast station groups grow larger through consolidation and acquisition, they’re looking for ways to avoid duplicating content and effort while control costs. And it’s not just dealing with the complexity of multi-site operations, it’s multi-source, multi-format content created for multi-platform delivery.

      By creating “hubs” for content, processes and distribution, station groups can deliver the same content to multiple owned-and-operated stations for multiple platforms, while at the same time tailoring or differentiating the content so that it fits the local audiences or regional market they need to target.

      Attend this webinar and learn how to:
      • Intelligently manage media assets brought into your organization from multiple sources
      • Resolve collaboration issues for content development, processing and approvals
      • Automatically process and prepare content for multiple distribution platforms
      • Optimize storage to streamline processes and meet scalability and cost requirements

      Eivind Sandstrand - Arvato
      Amy Lounsbury - Diversified
      Josh Hatter - Diversified
      Karl Paulsen - Diversified
      Dave Frederick - Quantum

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    • Goaaaaalllll! 5 Ways to Win Online with the Broadcast Quality Generation...
      Goaaaaalllll! 5 Ways to Win Online with the Broadcast Quality Generation... Jason Thibeault - Senior Director, Marketing Strategy, Limelight Networks Recorded: Oct 16 2014 2:00 pm UTC 50 mins
    • The Broadcast Quality Generation—they are out there, right now, trying to access your videos, expecting them to work flawlessly, on any device…just like the FIFA World Cup 2014. But this is no simple football match. Scoring a goal with this generation by providing broadcast quality digital experiences could very well mean the success of your business.

      More than any other, this generation is reshaping how organizations build and deliver digital content. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the Broadcast Quality Generation, how their expectations impact the way you need to deliver videos and websites, and some of the techniques that top broadcasters are employing to create instantaneous, instantly available digital experiences. We’ll explore:

      - The expectations that shape the Broadcast Quality Generation
      - How leading media companies have reshaped their publishing workflows to be more “real-time”
      - Critical components for providing digital experiences at broadcast quality
      - The top five techniques major broadcasters are using right now to improve digital content publishing efficiency

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    • 600 MHz Broadcast Television Incentive Auction Rules & Requirements
      600 MHz Broadcast Television Incentive Auction Rules & Requirements Tara Shostek, RWA Regulatory Counsel, and Erin Fitzgerald, RWA Assistant Regulatory Counsel Recorded: Jun 18 2014 6:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • Join RWA on this webcast to review the FCC’s 600 MHz Broadcast Incentive Auction, which is scheduled for 2015.

      Background: On May 15, 2014, the FCC adopted the Incentive Auction Report and Order detailing the extremely complicated 600 MHz Broadcast Incentive Auction, which will make additional low-band spectrum available to meet consumers’ skyrocketing demand for mobile broadband services. The FCC’s Order addresses the 600 MHz band plan, geographic licensing areas, repacking procedures, opportunities for carriers to obtain reserve spectrum licenses and the Incentive Auction processes. This extremely complicated auction involves three interwoven parts: (1) a reverse auction that will recover spectrum from television broadcasters who voluntarily give up some or all of their spectrum rights in exchange for incentive payments; (2) repacking of those broadcasters that remain on the air after the auction has been completed; and (3) a forward auction through which the FCC will license the reclaimed 600 MHz spectrum to wireless providers. The Incentive Auction is considered wireless providers’ last opportunity to secure low-band spectrum licenses at auction for the foreseeable future. This webcast will address Incentive Auction processes, as well as post-auction and regulatory issues.

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    • Leadership Principles for Small Businesses
      Leadership Principles for Small Businesses Dan Rather, Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist Recorded: Apr 2 2014 6:00 pm UTC 52 mins
    • Join Dan Rather as he shares leadership principles of the world’s most powerful leaders and how small businesses can benefit from them in the Verizon Small Business Ready Webinar Series.

      For more than 40 years, former CBS News anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent Dan Rather has been the embodiment of the intrepid broadcast journalist. From the Kennedy assassination—where he was the first to break the news that the president had been killed—to the Indian Ocean tsunami, he has covered every major story of our time, with distinction and a fierce dedication to hard news. For his unparalleled devotion to his craft, he was named the 2012 recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for Lifetime Achievement.

      Rather’s reporting skills are legendary, and his single-minded pursuit of the story has taken him to datelines as far ranging as Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Russia, and Cuba.

      On the domestic front, Rather has covered every presidential campaign since 1952. Rather’s latest journalistic venture is the hard-edged news show Dan Rather Reports, broadcasted on AXS TV, on which he acts as both host and managing editor. With his renowned in-depth interviews and his love of investigative reporting, Rather is able to accurately report on major issues facing our nation today. From politics and the global economy to international affairs and the environment, he gives each story the time and commitment that it deserves.

      In May 2012 his memoir, Rather Outspoken: My Life in the News, was published.

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    • BBC | Cinegy | Quantum Webinar
      BBC | Cinegy | Quantum Webinar Roland Rodgers - BBC, Andrew Ward - Cinegy and Janet Lafleur - Quantum Recorded: Feb 2 2017 4:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • How BBC Northern Ireland Turned Decades Of Content Into A Secure, Accessible Petascale Archive

      As the national branch of the BBC, BBC Northern Ireland produces a complete schedule of news and current affairs programming that it distributes over two television channels, two radio stations, and multiple online platforms.

      BBC NI also delivers content from other BBC production centers to Northern Ireland audiences. In addition, its facilities also serve as a central digital archive for the Rewind Projects, hosting thousands of hours of existing content from all of the BBC’s different national sites.

      To meet their challenge of storing, protecting, and making the content available for reuse, they turned to a workflow management solution from Cinegy built on the Quantum StorNext storage platform.

      Attend this webinar and learn more about key elements of the BBC NI solution:

      • Unified asset management environment spans multiple, discrete storage tiers for storing video and audio essences together with metadata

      • Teams of users and applications in all areas have fast, simultaneous access to all media content on disk and tape

      • Automated movement of data between disk and tape tiers for backup and archive

      • High-speed, multi-stream transcoding delivers content quickly for accelerated production because data is visible on any computer

      • Dual-redundant systems supports around-the-clock operations and provides back-end storage support to ensure DR protection

      • A scalable solution that can grow as storage demands increase in the future

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