Not everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas: IBC365 is joined by a panel of industry experts to review what went on, what was hot, and what happened at the NAB 2018 conference and show floor.
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Carolyn Giardina, Technology Editor, The Hollywood Reporter
Based in Los Angeles, Carolyn Giardina is tech editor at The Hollywood Reporter and writes its Behind the Screen blog.
Her work as an editor, reporter or columnist has also appeared in titles including CinemaEditor, SHOOT, TVBEurope, SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal and The IBC Daily. She’s co-author of Exploring 3D: The New Grammar of Stereoscopic Filmmaking (Focal Press, 2012).
In 2015, Carolyn received American Cinema Editors’ Robert Wise Award, which recognizes a journalist for contributions to film editing. She was the 2011 recipient of the International Cinematographers Guild’s Technicolor William A. Fraker Award for journalistic contributions to cinematography.
Przemek Bozek, Advisory & Consulting, Media & Content, IHS Markit
Przemek heads advisory and consulting engagements for Media & Content and Service Provider Technology at IHS Markit.
He advises on content production, video and data processing and enhancements technology and its distribution via various networks. Przemek’s areas of expertise span further content consumption patterns and best monetisation opportunities.
He specializes in M&A and business development strategies for organizations serving Media, Retail, Finance, O&G, Space and others.
Amy DeLouise, Director/Producer, Amy DeLouise
Amy DeLouise is an experienced event speaker, workshop leader and facilitator. She specialises in helping organizations and individuals develop effective branding and marketing, including how to incorporate social media and video. She also helps nonprofit boards tackle strategies for better governance, improved marketing and communications around finance.
Paul Clennell, Chief Technology Officer, dock10
Paul Clennell is Chief Technology Officer at dock10, the UK’s leading television facility. Since joining the company in its earliest design stages, Paul has been responsible for developing and delivering the technology strategy that has underpinned the success and growth of this highly respected hub for the creative and digital sectors.
In an industry that thrives on high-tech advances, Paul has engineered dock10’s ongoing technological expansion and supported the company’s pioneering work with innovative ideas and approaches.
Paul’s challenge is to keep dock10’s ten purpose-built television studios and extensive specialist post production facilities at the cutting-edge of technology, always evaluating the latest propositions and looking ahead to identify and plan for the next technology breakthrough and the opportunities it will bring to the media industry and the company.
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Audio Technologies
- Business Strategy
- Cloud Computing
- Connected TV & Devices
- Cyber Security
- Digital Terrestrial TV
- Edge Computing
- Global Markets
- High Dynamic Range (HDR)
- Internet of Things
- IP and Cloud
- IP-based Workflows
- Live Production
- Live Streaming
- Media Asset Management
- Media Transport
- NAB 2018
- New Business Models
- Post Production & VFX
- Sports/Outside Broadcast
- Studio Production
- Systems Integration
- Ultra HD
- Ultra HD