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See New York as a Spinning Top Thanks to After Effects PDF Print E-mail

9/10/2014 4:30 PM Eastern

CUTSDATFLO's "uptwn crve" is post-production wizardry at its finest, creating an abstract spinning top out of New York apartment buildings as seen from a subway train.

Watch below.

uptwn crve from CUTSDATFLO on Vimeo.

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Live Television Summit, September 30, New York PDF Print E-mail

Live television is creating opportunities like never before. And the Live Television Summit is your chance to capitalize on it!

Hear thoughtful, actionable perspectives on how to create successful live events--from product integrations to marketing campaigns--as the live marketplace becomes more crowded. Register now to join this growing group of TV executives who will reveal best practices and new technologies being developed around live events:

Don Roy King, Director, Saturday Night Live
Leonard Asper, CEO, Anthem Media Group
Stephen Espinoza, EVP, GM, Showtime Sports and Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc.
Larry Estrin, Director, Clear-Com Global Rental Group
John Hamlin, SVP, Music Events and Talent, Country Music Television
Chris Licht, Vice President of Programming, CBS News; Executive Producer, CBS THIS MORNING
Clark Pierce, SVP, TV Everywhere, FOX Sports
James Stellpflug, VP, Sports Products Americas, EVS
And many more

Join your colleagues and competitors and register today. The Live Television Summit is taking place on Tuesday, September 30th from 9-6 PM in New York.

Check out the agenda below:

9:00 a.m.-9:55 a.m.—Registration/Continental Breakfast

9:55 a.m.-10:00 a.m.—Opening Remarks: Louis Hillelson, VP/Group Publisher, Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News

10:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.—Keynote: Don Roy King, Director, Saturday Night Live

10:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m.—The Value of Live TV

From sports to award shows to newscasts, live programming is attracting increased viewership. What’s behind the increase and how does social media play into the mix?

  • Leonard Asper, CEO, Anthem Media Group
  • Bob Morgan, Head of Entertainment, Facebook
  • More to come

11:15 a.m.-11:30 a.m.—Morning Break

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.—Chris Licht, VP of Programming, CBS News, Executive Producer, CBS THIS MORNING

12:15 p.m.-1:00 p.m.—Streaming Live Productions Online

How is the technology and production for producing live events for online different than live production on TV?

  • Eric Black, VP, Technology, NBC Sports Group
  • Clark Pierce, SVP, Mobile and Product Development, FOX Sports
  • More to come

1:00 p.m.-1:45 p.m.—Buffet Lunch

1:45 p.m.-2:15 p.m.—State of Live—Social TV

2:15 p.m.- 2:40 p.m.—Keynote: Stephen Espinoza, EVP, General Manager, Showtime Sports and Event Programming, Showtime Networks, Inc.

2:45 p.m.-3:15 p.m.—Technology Trends in Live Production Environments

  • Jason Cohen, Director of Sports Production, HBO
  • Larry Estrin, Director, Clear-Com Global Rental Group
  • John Hamlin, Senior VP of Music Events & Talent, Country Music Television
  • James Stellpflug, VP, Sports Products—Americas, EVS
  • TBA, Orad

3:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m.—Afternoon Break

3:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m.—Keynote: TBA

3:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m.—Advertising

4:15 p.m.-5:00 p.m.—Live Programming

5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.—Cocktail Reception

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Watch a Nighttime Drive Turn Into Abstract Kaleidoscopic Beauty PDF Print E-mail

9/10/2014 2:15 PM Eastern

A nighttime drive turns into a dizzying kaleidoscope of lights in Hiroshi Kondo's short film "Eye Know."

Watch below.

Eye know from Hiroshi Kondo / STNW on Vimeo.


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Next|Streaming Tech at Next|Video Expo PDF Print E-mail

New formats, encoders, storage/delivery technologies abound, but which ones are right for you?  Hear the latest update on current and emerging solutions and how they could streamline your streaming workflow.

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Broadcast Quality at a Digital Price

Scott Fitzgerald, Video Production Manager, CBS

You can’t apply traditional broadcast video requirements to a digital video workplace and still maintain a viable business. Hear about CBS Sports’ innovative approach to producing online video content, including the creation of a live HD studio in Florida at a fraction of the cost of a traditional television broadcast facility. The savings allowed a ROI within one year of the facility’s construction. Learn how current technology and staffing decisions can extend your production budget, so you can build a broadcast model at a digital price.

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Creating Exclusive, Online Video Content Easily and Economically

Ken Zamkow, Head of Marketing, US & Americas, LiveU

With today’s viewers following their favorite celebrities, sports teams, news, and shows through cell phones, tablets and computers, there is an incredible, increasing demand for content. How can media organizations create new exclusive original content in a timely manner while sticking to a budget? From a production standpoint, what types of content are easier to create?

 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Visit Next|VIDEO Expo!

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

KEYNOTE LUNCHEON: Going Digital with PBS

Matt Graham, Director of Content Development, PBS

Founded in 2012, PBS Digital Studios has redefined what it means to be a network in today’s connected world. Not only did its Mr. Roger’s autotone go viral, it also debuted 15 original series on its Youtube channel, won seven Webby awards last year and can boast that PBS Kids has been the No. 1 site in kids video for the last 17 months. In this presentation, you will hear how the company changed its own culture to usher in constant evolution. Constantly staying at the forefront of consumer viewing habits, PBS has learned that things like creating a Roku app and increasing its presence on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have become necessary as today’s viewers demand convenient access as well as both the national and local experiences that they have come to expect from PBS.  Learn how you can create a culture of innovation within your own organization.

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Navigating the World of Formats in Transcoding

Jeff Malkin, President & CEO,

Companies of all types—not just within Media & Entertainment—are recognizing the need to reach audiences across a multitude of web, OTT and mobile platforms. While leveraging the power of video to market goods, services and brands to consumers via mobile devices is exploding, the process is fraught with challenges.  This session will also address the complexities of hosting video and show how companies can handle the headaches of encoding streaming video from a myriad of formats—mov, .avi, .wmv, .mp4, .3G2, .mj2, and more—and accessing  from multiple means—from FTP and HTTP to S3 and desktop files—for reliable, seamless video delivery.   We will also address the latest in adaptive streaming formats, MPEG-DASH, compression (HEVC) and a host of the latest in formats in the video landscape.

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Maximizing Viewer Engagement and Improving the User Experience

Will Law, Principal Architect, Akamai

The Sochi Olympics marked the first time that all Winter Games competitions were streamed live. Akamai helped more than 20 Olympics rights holders deliver live and on-demand video from Sochi. Ten days into the games, Akamai had delivered more data than all of the 2012 Olympics in London. In one case, NBC Olympics’ digital offering was designed to maximize viewer engagement through comprehensive coverage, results, schedules, and bios, along with multiple tools to foster social interaction. In this presentation, Akamai’s Will Law will discuss how he was able to make the online experience faster, scalable and more secure. He will demonstrate how viewer experiences were automatically optimized for viewing devices and network variability, while remaining protected against malicious traffic.

Thurs, Oct 2nd

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Security and Protection for Streaming Technology

Ken Rudman, Product Marketing, Civolution

In today’s digital media world, online streams of content and enterprise content can be both mistakenly and maliciously duplicated with surprising ease. Forensic watermarking and fingerprinting of digital media assets provide a seamless layer of protection to these valuable assets by associating a unique identifier with each individual online stream or enterprise media file. This session will discuss the tipping point the media industry is reaching with respect to content-aware hardware and software–both in consumer devices (making per-session/stream watermarking a reality) as well as in enterprise content production and distribution workflows, where content identification can add a powerful layer of security.

In this session, you will learn the benefits of and implementation solutions for workflow-based forensic watermarking on an enterprise level, and will consider the applications for content-identification technology and content-aware hardware–such as cross-screen synchronization to tablets or smartphones, and interactive overlays on smart TVs.

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

How to Harness Your Metadata for Multi-Format Content Preparation

Tony Taylor, CEO & Chairman, TransMedia Dynamics Ltd

Understand the design and implementation process—as well as challenges–of a digital asset and workflow management system for delivering content to a multi-platform audience. Design automated business processes for multi-format content creation, allowing you to speed the processing of media in nonlinear formats to significantly increase your content output. Learn how to utilize the power of metadata in business process management for multi-format content preparation.

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Video Streaming Performance: How Do Infrastructure Decisions Affect Outcomes?

Barry Whitley, Director of Solutions Architecture, Highwinds 

As you prepare to set the world on fire with your video destination website, mobile streaming application or IPTV offering, have you spent enough time considering your online distribution options? Creating the right workflows (from production to encoding to storage to delivery), choosing the best monetization strategies (ad insertion, subscription, ad platform integration), and putting into place the right infrastructure partners (CDN, cloud storage, IP transit, colocation) will make or break your business. Today’s online consumer expects an HD experience on any device, at any time, anywhere they view your content. Learn how to meet their expectations while managing a cost-effective, sustainable infrastructure strategy.


3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

On-Premises or in the Cloud: Which Video Streaming Set-up Works?

Chris Knowlton, VP, Streaming Industry Evangelist, Wowza Media Systems

There are almost as many ways to stream live video as there are opportunities to do so. Don’t let the seemingly daunting task of deploying the technology dissuade you from streaming sporting events, concerts, news conferences, company meetings, and other real-time content to new and emerging audiences. This session will explore the benefits and risks of an on-premises streaming solution compared to using the cloud, and some of the hybrid options in between. After this session, you will understand the pros and cons of on-premises, cloud and hybrid streaming deployments. Learn how-to set-up tips for your video workflow, and discover best practices for efficiently streaming live content.


Bring your problems and challenges to a series of roundtable discussions on current technology and business issues.  Have a few drinks, make new business connections, and walk away with solutions!

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All About the New iPhone 6's Camera Capabilities PDF Print E-mail

9/10/2014 4:45 PM Eastern

EOSHD's Andrew Reid goes in-depth about the just-announced iPhone 6's updated camera capabilities, which include 240 fps high-speed video capture, a new Apple video encoder, optical image stabilization and more.

He writes, "In the live event, Apple suggests better low light performance comes from a sensor which again is slightly larger, a similar increase in size as seen with the 5S over the 5. The 6 Plus has optical image stabilisation (lens based) whilst the smaller iPhone 6 does not. Apple teased clean low light test shots from the iPhone 6 Plus taken using optical image stabilisation and slow shutter speeds...For me the big feature as a filmmaker is 240fps. That is some very dramatic slow-mo – and although resolution remains only 720p it’s going to make for some good creative possibilities especially whilst travelling."

Read the full story here.

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