IPV, experts in intelligent video content management for more than 20 years, today announced its lineup of business continuity webinars for video professionals. The Q&A webinar series, which features industry leaders from Sky, Sesame Street, HBO, and WarnerMedia, presents an exclusive opportunity for members of the video industry at large to have their most pressing questions about collaborative content creation in the age of remote workflows answered.
“The insights provided during these sessions will be invaluable to any video professionals asking themselves how they can improve the work from home experience for themselves and their teams, and deliver proven ROI on their content strategies,” states Martin Coles vice president of marketing at IPV. “Running daily from September 8th through 11th as part of IPV’s virtual IBC showcase, attendees are invited to join any and all of the four exclusive webinar and Q&A sessions. Viewers will have a front row seat to learn how these media magnates shifted their teams to a work from home model, without disrupting the quality of content consumed by millions around the world.”
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Session details, speaker bios and schedule:
Tuesday, September 8th at 5:00pm GMT/ 12:00pm ET/ 9:00am PT
Sky: How One of the Largest Broadcasters in Europe Kept Creating Through a Pandemic, with Simon Greening, Head of Operations & Technology
Wednesday, September 9th at 5:00pm GMT/ 12:00pm ET/ 9:00am PT
Sesame Street: How One of the World’s Most Beloved Brands Continued to Create Content Through COVID, with Shadrach Kisten, SVP, Chief Technology Officer
Thursday, September 10th at 5:00pm GMT/ 12:00pm ET/ 9:00am PT
HBO: How Covid affected a national institution that runs on remote collaboration workflows, with Gabriel Ranaleta, Senior Post Production Manager
Friday, September 11th at 5:00pm GMT/ 12:00pm ET/ 9:00am PT
WarnerMedia: How WarnerMedia became one of the world's largest remote video production teams, with Jacob Anderson, Manager of Asset Management and Media Services and Eric Lund, Senior Manager of Post Technology
For additional information on speakers and sessions, please visit the IPV website.
Discover Curator 3.0 During IBC 2020 Week
This past July, IPV announced the release of Curator Arrival, version 3.0 of its flagship media asset management platform. The release includes a host of improvements designed to support remote and collaborative editing workflows, increase user efficiency and ROI, and strengthen security.
Topping the list are new features and enhancements to Curator for Adobe, the workflow extension panel that makes editing in Adobe® Premiere® Pro the fastest, most efficient and seamless way for teams to remotely collaborate on video in real-time. Book a demo during your virtual IBC week, or any time, to learn how Curator can make your workflow work for you.