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PostNAB 2024: Must-Watch Sessions On-Demand for Media Professionals

AI Solutions for Production


In this PostNAB LA discussion, Jason Perr of Perifery and Bryson Jones of Northshore Automation explore how AI can ease the workload of creative teams by automating metadata tagging, making file retrieval more efficient. They discuss using AI for tasks like searching by face, transcript, and contextual elements

Sports Production Workflow

In this PostNAB Detroit discussion, Key Code Media interviews Stan Fracker, Operational Director of Broadcast & AV Systems for the Detroit Tigers. The conversation highlights the Tigers’ recent investment in a new LED wall and control room equipment, providing a behind-the-scenes look from design to installation.

SMPTE 2110 | The Migration To IP

In this PostNAB Seattle discussion, Keith Vidger from Panasonic delivers an insightful presentation on SMPTE 2110. As an expert on the subject, he explains its current applications, limitations, and offers tips for setting up and operating a SMPTE 2110 facility.

The Challenges of Government Video

In this PostNAB Detroit discussion, Key Code Media interviews Josh Buscher, Senior Video Production Specialist for the City of Novi, about the recent upgrades to their studio space and control room.

The Future of Post Production


In this PostNAB LA discussion, Jeff Sengpiehl from Key Code Media, Robert Tonkin of Amazon MGM Studios, Shaheen Nazerali of Vox Media, Tyler Marinello of Paramount, and Scott Randol of Max Post delve into industry trends and technological advancements in TV and film post-production.

The Future of Live Production


In this PostNAB LA discussion, Jeff Sengpiehl from Key Code Media, John Porterfield of Social180group, and Brett Collins of BC Live Productions discuss live production trends like REMI, Video over IP, and intercom, highlighting industry challenges and technological solutions to enhance the viewer experience.

From Truck to Cart | Transition in Government Video

In this PostNAB Seattle discussion, Key Code Media’s Tom Arenz talks with Jim Demmon from the City of Vancouver and Ben Ramsey from Pierce County Television about their transition to mobile production carts for more flexible city and community productions, and the improvements in production quality.

Live Production Tech & Trends


In this PostNAB Seattle discussion, Jeff Sengpiehl of Key Code Media, Scott Jonas of Fremont Studios, Gale Wicks of Big Rock Productions, and Mark Siegel of Key Code Media discuss how large sensor cameras and new lenses are revolutionizing multi-camera productions.

Get Smart About Managing Your Media

In this PostNAB Detroit discussion, Andrew Carr from The Christian & Missionary Alliance talks about creating a MAM content library to give his creative team better control over assets, improving efficiency and creativity.

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