Distinguished Lecturer Virtual Events

ATSC 3.0 - Spotlight on Story-telling- REGISTER NOW

Date: June 3, 2020

Time: 2:00pm ET

Presenter: Madeleine Noland, President of ATSC

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ATSC President, Madeleine Noland, discusses the new story-telling capabilities of ATSC 3.0, aka Next Gen TV. She will cover the capabilities currently specified, including new video formats, audio advancements and accessibility capabilities, as well as how interactivity can enhance the story-telling toolbox. Security can be a key component of a content producer’s requirements as high value, high quality content is offered via an IP-based broadcast system. Noland will review the security systems and usage for Next Gen TV. Lastly, she will offer thoughts on market deployments in the U.S. and elsewhere, and peer into the crystal ball of future technologies that may become the next great story-telling device.

 

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Broadcasting's Bright Future

Presenter: Paul Shulins, President of Shulins' Solutions

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The Broadcast landscape is changing rapidly, and today’s engineers are learning new skills as the technology evolves. There is more emphasis on data delivery today and we are constantly finding better ways to deliver content to our audiences. What does this mean for the young engineers embarking on a career in broadest engineering? During this webinar I will reflect on my career in broadcast engineering, sharing experiences and observations, helping us to recognize trends and react to them wisely. Using practical experience examples like facility consolidation, adopting new technology such as HD Radio and using tools for ratings metrics, I will review some of the innovations I have been a part of, the results of those advances, and how the career has been so rewarding. I will discuss why broadcasting is here to stay, and why I believe we have the most efficient way of distributing content. For anybody interested in Broadcast Engineering this discussion will be a positive experience. A question and answer period will follow the presentation.