NAB Show Top Sessions: IP production and the cloud

The 2018 NAB Show is filled with boundless opportunities for knowledge and information gathering.

From the show floor, featuring exhibitors from all across the globe, to the unprecedented networking events and parties to the international trade center, this show puts attendees at the center of the “MET Effect,” where media, entertainment and technology come together to showcase the future of broadcast and entertainment.

The discussion panels that are taking place at this year’s show provide industry insight and knowledge sharing, providing specific, up to the minute guidance on the broadcast world’s hot creative and engineering topics.

In this edition of our NAB Show Top Sessions series, we look at the top panels, sessions and discussions surrounding IP Production and the Cloud. 

SBE: Is IP Real?
Learn the details of real-time IP through this panel discussion, led by mediator, Stan Moote and discussed by panelists, Michael Cronk, Karl Paulsen, and Dan Turk. In addition to the discussion, audience members will also be able to ask questions about anything from business to technical matters and receive in-depth answers by these professionals.

  • Date: Saturday, April 7th
  • Location: North Hall Meeting Rooms- N262-N264
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TV Globo has Implanted the First Broadcaster TV of Latin America with an IP System
Join one of the biggest broadcasters in the world, TV Globo, in celebrating their achievement of implanting the first broadcaster television with the capabilities to stream video and audio over strictly IP, for live productions. Presenters Thiago Abreu and Roberto Menezes will take the audience through this revolutionary broadcast, while explaining what this breakthrough means to the IP and broadcasting industries.

Virtualized Content Production: The Cloud Effect
Deploying something to ‘the cloud’ has become a common way to save data. Yet, the cloud has only started to form and it is currently at the stage where content creators are starting to see the effect it will eventually have on the industry. Moderator, Michael Funk will assist presenter, Tim Claman in explaining how the cloud is rapidly building a solid foundation to becoming a game changer for the content creation trade. From monetization to more efficient production rates, The Cloud Effect is about to take everyone associated with this discipline by storm. 

  • Date: Wednesday, April 11th
  • Location: North Hall Meeting Rooms- N256
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SBE: What are MicroServices and Why Should We Care?
Microservices are the foundation, upon which successful companies, such as Amazon and Google are built. Speaker, Glodina Connan-Lostanlen will explain why it is vital for broadcast companies to start incorporating a microservice-based structure into their media applications in order to secure long-term success in the industry.

Greenfield Playout – GPO Revolutionizing the way TV 2 Norway handles Content
Greenfield Playout Program (GPO) is revolutionizing the way Norway’s TV 2 handles their content, as well as the media lifecycle as a whole. Presenter, Harald Hovdevik and Co-Presenter, Kjell Ove Skarsbø will examine the GPO program and explain the benefits of implementing a similar system across the international mainstream media.

  • Date: Saturday, April 7th
  • Location: North Hall Meeting Rooms- N260-A
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