Society of Broadcast Engineers The New Lifecycle of Media
"The New Lifecycle of Media - IP and File Based Architecture and Workflows" by Gary Olson reviews the entire IP and file-based architecture, the changes in workflows and the broad spectrum of technologies that make up the environment. Gary Olson is a media technology and business advisor specializing in the transition of traditional media workflows and business processes. The course covers all the technical considerations that need to be taken into account in a file-based architecture, the changing roles and responsibilities engineers will have in designing and maintaining these new systems, new jobs or roles that are necessary in handling media in this architecture, and the changes in workflow and business processes.
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