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Digital Asset Management Conference Keynote: The Evolution of Broadcasting

The Digital Asset Management Conference is right around the corner. The Conference has evolved into an industry-leading summit series for anyone working in asset management, Today that's virtually everyone, whether they're content creators, production professionals, publishers, digital archivists or C-level executives. Here, you'll have the opportunity to increase your skillset, further your career and expand your professional business network.

If you'd like to get an idea of the kind of education and discussion you'll find at the DAM Conference, check out this video from one of our past events…

KEYNOTE CONVERSATION: The Evolution of Broadcasting

Once upon a time, watching TV meant sitting in your living room in front of a 19-inch (hopefully color!) screen. But today the living room experience includes watching multiple programs at once, when you want, and via a 50-inch HD screen, a laptop computer, and handheld devices at the same time. What does this evolution in consumption mean to the entire broadcast industry?

Join us for a dynamic Keynote Conversation addressing the impact of the digital media supply chain on traditional broadcast environments – from utilizing new technology platforms, to social media, to leveraging user generated content.

Panelists:

  • Paul Nicholson, Showtime
  • Robert James, AMC
  • Jacki M. Guerra, A+E Networks

Moderator:

  • Daniel Sieberg, Emmy-nominated and award-winning TV correspondent/host/author

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