Sep 4, 2019
It's one of the most pressing trends facing the sports video production industry today: the move from baseband to IP. With the ratification of the SMPTE 2110 standard, IP has more momentum than ever before. Today on the show we take a deep look at the technology that promises to change broadcast facility infrastructures across the globe.
We begin with a case study that looks at perhaps the largest IP facility out there: Telemundo Enterprises in Miami. First, you’ll hear from Jeff Mayzurk, SVP, Operations and Technology at NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises who will give you the high-level look at the company and why they decided to make this crucial leap in their facility. Then, you’ll hear a presentation from Chris Swisher, Director of Production Systems Engineering at NBCU to drill down into the tech specifics.
Following all of that, we have a bonus conversation for you featuring some technology leaders in this space, including Sony, NewTek, and Lawo to help you determine which protocol is best for you. The conversation doesn't end with SMPTE 2110. Sony’s NMI, Newtek’s NDI, and Evertz's ASPEN are all still viable solutions. What should you consider before making the dive. We sit down with a roundtable of experts to tackle this topic. Joining us are Erling Hedkvist, SVP and Business Development Manager at Lawo, Deon LeCointe, Senior Manager, IP and Sports Solutions for Sony Electronics, and Brian Olson, VP, Product Management for NewTek. The conversation is moderated by our Executive Director, Editorial Services Ken Kerschbaumer.
These talks took place at our annual SVG IP Production Forum which was held at Telemundo in Miami on August 20, 2019.
This episode of The SVG Podcast is supported by Sony. IP technology has given us new ways to create the powerful content that viewers crave. That’s why Sony has built IP technology into their entire lineup of live production products. They’ve helped broadcasters on four continents make the transition from baseband to IP. And they can help you design, configure, test and implement your IP systems. Migrating to IP is a journey. Sony is with you every step of the way. Learn more now over at pro.sony.
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