Tuesday, January 23, 2024

LOCATION: Hahn Auditorium

10:45 - 11:30 a.m.

Networking in Exhibit Area

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11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Remote Control: Management Strategies for a Global Video Workforce

How are corporate video departments approaching the ever-demanding requirements of managing a remote production workforce?
Moderator: Mark Yoder, Accenture Productions, Content Strategy and Operations Lead
Confirmed Panelists:
Chris D’Angelo
, Former Global Head of Studios for YouTube and Spotify
Cleave Frink, SalesForce, Broadcast Producer
Erin McMullen Bromley, FOX Sports, Executive Director of Programming
Dan Pisarski, LiveU, CTO

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12:00 - 12:30 p.m.

The Global Studio: New Strategies for Broadcast Facilities Design

Behind the scenes, video network architects are connecting facilities around the campus, country, and world to reinvent their broadcast workflows and live events. What strategies are corporate video heads using in their recent designs? What network standards are they adopting? What questions should everyone be asking their SI’s?
Moderator: Gary Schneider, LinkedIn, Lead Media Systems Architect
Confirmed Panelists:
Marc Brown
, Microsoft Production Studios, Director of Engineering
Jake Fineman, Stripe, Corporate Technology Platform Engineer
Megan Kappus, Pac-12 Networks, Senior Broadcast Engineer

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12:30 - 1:00 p.m.

New Looks for Corporate Creatives

Corporate creatives are experimenting with innovative “looks,” while camera, lens and lighting manufacturers are expanding their visual palettes. When should you go Cine, Broadcast, PTZ, or iPhone? What are the corporate branding considerations that go into your technical and aesthetic choices?
Moderator: Michel Suissa, The Studio – B&H, Managing Director
Confirmed Panelists:
Nicole Atkinson Roach, LinkedIn Media Productions, Director
Alex Lau, Meta, Global Executive Video Producer
David Polk, Intel, Executive Producer
Michael Sternoff, Amazon, Creative Director

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1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Networking Lunch in the Grand Hall

Welcome presented by: Tom Baldassare, B&H B2B, Business Development

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2:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Corporate Virtual Production: From the Dream to the Screen

LED VS (virtual sets) have revolutionized video storytelling. How can corporate video producers start using this new technology to communicate creatively and cost-effectively to their teams, partners and customers?
Moderator: Erik Weaver, Entertainment Technology Center, Head of Virtual and Adaptive Production
Confirmed Panelists:
Eric Hards, Lockheed Martin Space, Creative Director
Sheiva Khalily, Lux Machina Consulting, Virtual Production Supervisor
Will Moran, Google, Manager / Producer, People Development
Chris Stackhouse, Goal Line Studios, Industrial Engineer / Design Consultant

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2:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Practical IP

What are the advantages of IP versus baseband in a corporate video infrastructure and how do NDI and 2110 apply?
Moderator: Kent Terry, SMPTE SF, Section Chair
Nik Kumar
, Advanced Systems Group (ASG), Engineering Director, Systems Integration (East)

Deon LeCointe, Sony Electronics, Director of Networked Solutions, Imaging Products & Solutions – Americas
Angus Mackay, Matrox Video, Product Marketing Manager
Chuck Meyer, CSMeyer, Principal
Ryan Morris, Arista Networks, Systems Engineer

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3:00 - 3:45 p.m.

Networking in Exhibit Area

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3:45 - 4:00 p.m.

Keynote: The Video Singularity. How Video and Software Have Changed the World

Why video, software, and the networks that connect them have changed everything we know about the world, and what comes next.
Presenter: Andrew Cross
, Industry Technologist and Inventor of NDI

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4:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Media Cloud for the Masses

What cloud offerings fit the needs of the mid-to-smaller level budgets? Where is the entry-level where the practice becomes cost-efficient?
Moderator: Michael Vovk, Deloitte Consulting, Managing Director / Lead
Confirmed Panelists:
Tom Carlisle, Diversified, Cloud Innovation Leader
Richard Duke, Avid Technology, Chief Cloud Solutions Architect
Kiran Patel, AWS, Head of Product Marketing – Media Services
André Rievers, OpenDrives, VP of Operations

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4:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Accelerating Video Workflows: More Content for Less!

How are corporate video departments keeping pace with demand for more content (especially live) with tighter deadlines and smaller, multifunctional crews.
Moderator: Ray Tarara, Post-Production Specialist; Former Google Studio Operations
Jeff Eggleston
, Dreamtek, Director of Studio Productions and Director of Account Management, West Coast
Todd Mason, Broadcast Management Group, CEO
Malek Pallie, FIRST at Google, Global Technical Operations Manager
Michael Skinner, EA, Senior Post Production Supervisor
Michel Suissa, The Studio – B&H, Managing Director

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5:00 - 5:45 p.m.

SMPTE Keynote: Video from the Depths and The New Era of Immersive Exploration
Dr. Robert Ballard and the Ocean Exploration Trust Broadcast Team

What if you could explore anywhere in the world in real-time from your living room? World-renowned oceanographer and explorer Dr. Robert Ballard believes that day is almost here, and will take you to the seafloor as a start. Famed as the discoverer of the Titanic shipwreck, Ballard has spent his career exploring under the sea and now with the team from Ocean Exploration Trust, equipped with immersive cameras, remotely-operated deep-diving vehicles, telepresence, and seafaring broadcast tools onboard Exploration Vessel Nautilus, exploration has entered a new era. In this world-premiere, live-to-tape Silicon Valley Video Summit SMPTE Keynote, Ballard explains his vision for how video offers new potential for real-time exploration as education and entertainment, while the Ocean Exploration Trust team, takes the stage for a technology “deep dive” on how the ship’s scientific control room and studio connect scientists, students, and everyday explorers to the world of discovery and exploration.

*NOTE: The SMPTE Keynote series at Silicon Valley Video Summit was developed to introduce students to career opportunities in video and broadcast. Join this event to learn about paid at-sea internship opportunities with Ocean Exploration Trust. Last year’s inaugural keynote speaker was Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer.
Keynote Introduction: Renard T. Jenkins, SMPTE, President; I2A2, President and COO

Keynote: Dr. Robert Ballard, Ocean Exploration Trust, Founder
Moderator: Pat Griffis
, SMPTE, Former President
Confirmed Panelists:
Allison Fundis
, Ocean Exploration Trust, Chief Operating Officer
Ed McNichol, Ocean Exploration Trust, Video Operations Manager (Contract)
Dave Robertson
, Ocean Exploration Trust, Senior Video Engineer
Peter Thordarson
, Ocean Exploration Trust, Video Engineer; SVV Conference Chair

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5:45 - 6:30 p.m.

Networking Reception in Exhibit Area

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