Full agenda for IT Workflow event29 October 2009
How do you turn tape movement into file movement? TVBEurope is very pleased to introduce The IT Broadcast Workflow, a unique day of European end-user case studies on December 1 2009.
Taking place at the Royal College of Physicians, Regents Park, London, confirmed speakers at this high profile event include Ricki Berg, Technical Manager, SBS Broadcasting Networks; Darren Breeze, Director of Broadcast Engineering, Discovery Communications; Israel Esteban, Technical Manager, Unitecnic (GolTV Barcelona); Raul Lorenzo, Project Manager, Antena 3; John Morgan, Senior Manager Broadcast IT, Turner Broadcasting System; Jake Robbins, Television Versioning & Translation; Shane Tucker, Technical Architect, Channel 4; Sebastien Valere, Operations and Marketing Director, L’Equipe 24/24; and Egon M Verharen, Director Engineering, Nederlandse Publieke Omroep.
Confirmed case studies at the December 1 event:
Antena 3 Television
Spain’s largest broadcaster has implemented a progressive MAM solution to facilitate total content exchange among main and regional locations.
In July last year Channel 4 announced the outsourcing of its broadcast and production services to Red Bee Media. With the complex migration now almost complete, come and hear about how the project was planned and implemented; how Channel 4’s existing business systems and existing file-based workflows were supported or migrated; and the system and workflow choices made at Red Bee’s Broadcast Centre in West London.
Reducing the costs of delivering to more than 10 VoD platforms with 14 different languages and eight subtitle languages.
GOL Television Barcelona
Setting up and launching a 24/7 HD sports service. Investing in reliable technology able to ingest up to 30 football matches and broadcast 12 matches simultaneously.
Learn how the French sports news media company built efficient archiving and optimised workflow management.
NPO (Nederlandse Publieke Omroep)
Getting Catch-Up TV content to the web as fast as possible. Meeting new customer demands requiring different architecture and state-of-the-art video capture and transcoding platform.
SBS Broadcasting Networks
From channel planning to playout – the automatic workflow. Connecting suppliers, and the marriage of IT and Broadcast.
Television Versioning & Translation (TVT)
Digitising and transforming new and archived content. Improving workflow efficiency with cut-and-splice versioning tools, network rendering capabilities and video processing & conversion.
Turner Broadcasting System
Centralising ingest and archive in a multichannel environment. Turner’s Broadcast Inventory Management Project (BIM) has provided centralised ingest and archive for a large multichannel operation.