NAB Show Sessions Look to the Future of Media with AWS

NAB Show Sessions Look to the Future of Media with AWS

Every year, NAB Show curates a rich, forward-looking conference agenda that brings to light ideas and technologies that will propel the media industry forward. For next week’s conference, Amazon Web Services will produce two groundbreaking gatherings of industry experts to explore the future of media creation and distribution, and what it means for broadcasters and other content providers:

Beyond the Field: How Sports Pioneers are Powering the 360 Audience Experience in the Cloud
Led by NFL.com analytics expert Cynthia Frelund, this Main Stage Keynote panel reveals how next-generation media workflows can create enhanced, customized experiences for sports fans using cloud services and artificial intelligence. Sharing their insights are sports media leaders Stephanie Lone, Senior Vice President, Engineering, CBS Sports Digital; Rafael Soltanovich, Vice President, Software Development, Hulu; Scott Sonnenberg, Chief Global Partnerships Officer, LA Clippers; and Mark Kramer, Vice President, Engineering and Technology, Pac-12 Networks. The session takes place Monday, April 8 at 2:30 p.m. on the Main Stage (N4) of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The event is also available to view on demand at https://www.nabshow.com/video/beyond-field

Video Storytelling as a Service: How Cloud Helps Broadcasters Streamline and Become Go-to Digital Destinations
This panel session explores the use of cloud services to streamline newsroom workflows, accelerate real-time news delivery and distribution, and help attract bigger audiences. Moderator John Clark, Executive Director, NAB PILOT is joined by panelists Catherine Badalamente, Vice President, Digital Media, Graham Media Group; Matt Monahan, Director of Product, Arc Publishing at Arc Publishing/Washington Post; and Alex Dunlap, Amazon Web Services, Inc., General Manager for AWS Elemental. The panel takes place Tuesday, April 9 at 11:20 a.m. in room N260 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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