Exclusive Q&A Sessions
Creating VideoRemotely In Lockdown
Here's your chance to ask leading broadcasters how they navigated lockdown and continue to create amazing content under extraordinary conditions.
Join our exclusive Q&A sessions for the IBC Week
It's your chance to ask industry legends from WarnerMedia, Sky, HBO, Biola University & Sesame Street anything about how they coped with COVID-19 and learn about how they;
Implemented business continuity and remote working capability for video teams
Kept their business on-air and always broadcasting
Monetized and re-used existing archives of video content
Worked securely with assets from centralized archives from home
How one of the largest broadcasters in Europe kept on creating through the pandemic
- Tuesday 8th September | 5:00pm UK - 9:00am Pacific
- Simon Greening, Head of Technology
Simon is Head of Operations & Technology at Sky Creative Agency; Sky’s in-house advertising and creative agency and the largest in-house agency in the UK, probably Europe and possibly the world!
SCA boast a broad and exciting range of talent, delivering an extensive and varied portfolio of work across all of Sky’s content advertising, promotion, brand design and trading campaigns. From rebranding Sky Sports to designing key art, or delivering above-the-line campaigns for Sky’s commissions and original productions through to fully integrated through-the-line campaigns across the business, SCA is a truly unique creative agency.
How one of the world's most beloved brands continued to create content through Covid
- Wednesday 9th September | 5:00pm UK - 9:00am Pacific
- Shadrach Kisten, SVP, Chief Technology Officer
Shadrach Kisten serves as Senior Vice President, CTO, for Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street.
Shadrach has strategic and tactical oversight of Sesame Workshop’s technical operations, network and systems engineering, cloud infrastructure, digital media engineering, content, client services, and project management functional groups.
Prior to joining the Workshop, Kisten spent nine years at NBC/MSNBC in various engineering and leadership positions. In his years in the media and entertainment space, he has won multiple technical awards and recognition in engineering design and innovation.
How Covid affected a national institution that runs on remote collaboration workflows
- Thursday 10th September | 5:00pm UK - 9:00am Pacific
- Gabriel Ranaleta, Senior Post Production Manager
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How WarnerMedia became one of the world's largest remote video production teams.
- Thursday 10th September | 6:00pm UK - 10:00am Pacific
- Jacob Anderson, Manager of Asset Management and Media Services.
- Eric Lund, Senior Manager, Post Technology.
WarnerMedia’s brands are world leaders in creating premium content. They operate one of the world’s largest TV and film studios and own a deep library of entertainment. They also manage popular digital sites such as Bleacher Report and some of our growing family of streaming services including HBO NOW, Boomerang and DC Universe.
Jacob and Eric will answer audience questions and discuss:
- Pre-COVID-19 workflows
- How their video teams are adapting to lockdown
- What they have learned about their workflows
- The technical challenges they faced
- How they think the change will impact the industry in the longer term
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How Lockdown affected video production workflows in Higher Education
- Friday 11th September | 5:00pm UK - 9:00am Pacific
- Joseph Rubio, Director of Educational Video & Innovation
Details TBC Soon
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