Bridging the Invisible Wall Between Your Show and Your Viewer
This session examines different methods for ingest, transmission, and backhaul—satellite, fiber, cellular, and even good old-fashioned Ethernet—all of which should have a place in your live streaming toolbox. From small to large events, what are some of the ways we can utilize new technologies without sacrificing time-tested best practices? How do you balance budgetary concerns against redundancy and make sure your event goes off flawlessly? Moderator: Corey Behnke, Producer & Co-Founder - Live X Mark East, Executive Director, Live Event Operations - iStreamPlanet Gus Elliott, Senior Director, Video Operations and Technology - Silver Chalice Peter Hartz, VP Sales, West - The Switch Alden Fertig, Vice President, Product Marketing - Ustream
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