Broadcasters and video editors depend on their powerful workstations and applications to deliver engaging content fast. The upheaval we all felt with the shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us but as hybrid work models mature and become the norm some challenges persist for these content creators.
What technologies can you rely on to secure a hybrid infrastructure and can this help businesses be more innovative and efficient? What workforce and technology trends are driving change for broadcasters and content creators?
Experts from Teradici and Adobe will explore the landscape of a secure, hybrid work environment and how you can ignite creativity and efficiency with new technologies specifically designed for broadcasters and video editors. Our conversation will include Trevor Carlson, VP Engineering at THUMBWAR, a live-event production and post-production company in Los Angeles, to learn about his remote production experience and strategies for managing hybrid work.
Strategic Alliance and Business Development, HP
Stephen Lyle manages global strategic alliances for Teradici at HP. He’s dedicated to partnerships and business development in the key segments including M&E, building solutions around Teradici’s products to provide powerful remote display capabilities to users of highly graphical interactive applications.
Head of Strategic Development, Professional Video – Cloud Edit, Adobe Inc.
David Helmly has worked for Adobe Inc for over 25 years and has specialized in Digital Video and Digital Imaging products for over 35 years.
David is part of a global senior field team that focuses on the workflow strategies for the Professional Video and Audio markets. He also works closely with Adobe ProVideo partners and their solutions to help define new workflow trends. He routinely participates in lectures and industry-related panel discussions on these new technology trends.
VP Engineering, THUMBWAR
Trevor has a background in I.T. consulting, with a focus on technology that supports creative workflows. In addition to leading support at broadcast events, Trevor manages THUMBWAR’S research and development for new technologies, equipment, and workflows. He’s also experienced in custom integration projects and spearheads pre-sales engineering programs.