Help your non-technical staff safely set up a great live shot in the field

Photo Courtesy of Frontline Communications

Photo Courtesy of Frontline Communications

The SBE offers a course on SBE University on ENG Truck Operations.  The course, designed for non-technical personnel, covers the basics necessary to produce a safe, good quality field produced shot from both microwave based vehicles and satellite uplink vehicles.  It begins with a concentration on safety, advances to the basics of microwave principles and operation, then on to audio, video, various IFB techniques, lighting basics, use of wireless microphones and some advanced applications.

Courses on SBE University are set up like textbooks, divided into 8-14 chapters.  There are quiz questions, graphics, a glossary, and a final exam.  Once you purchase a course on SBE University, you will always have access to it, including any updates made to the course.

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How Broadcasters can benefit from Media Asset Management

Broadcasters have the opportunity to hear from Theresa Regli at The Real Story Group to understand not only the different components of a Media Asset Management (MAM) system, but also to help them identify their own requirements more clearly.  In addition, understand how various MAM system services work, find out who some of the particular MAM vendors are and the different industries they focus on, and differentiate among alternate architectures and approaches. This Webinar by SBE takes place May 16, 2013 at 2 p.m. Eastern.  Learn  More

Ennes Workshop tomorrow at the NAB Show

The Ennes Workshop at the NAB Show takes place tomorrow, April 6, 2013.   The lineup includes:

Time  Click here for Topic Abstracts       Click here for Presenters’ Bios
8-10 a.m.  Streaming Media Tutorial  Jan Ozer, Author
9-9:10  Opening Remarks  John L. Poray, CAE
10:10-10:25  “Talkin’ ’bout my generation” – Media Consumption Patterns – Myths and Realities  John Footen Cognizant Technology Solutions
10:25-11:10  Audio Video Bridging  Steve Lampen, CBRE Belden
11:10-11:40  Mobile Devices Location and Authentication Technologies; What they are, and how they could benefit Broadcasting  Lionel. J. Garin, PhD. Qualcomm Atheros, Inc.
11:40-12:45  Lunch  
12:45-1:30 p.m.  Making Integrated Production Systems (IPS) Work  Dr. Andrew Cross NewTek, Inc.
1:30-1:55  Cable…Moving to IP  So Vang Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
1:55-2:15  Case Study of an Internet Video Delivery Solution  Paul Adrian latakoo
2:15-2:35  Meet Granville Klink  James E. O’Neal TV Technology Magazine
2:35-3  Fragmentation – the Challenge New Media Faces Reaching Customers  Jake Sigal Livio Radio
3-3:30  AES X192  Kevin Gross AVA Networks
3:30-4  Multicasting in a Unicast World  John Maniccia Octoshape
4-4:25  Providing an OTT Service – How Skitter Works  Robert Saunders Skitter
4:25-5  MPEG-Dash Tutorial  Kevin Streeter Adobe Systems Incorporated