Workshops and Classes for Content Creators and Editors
Dive deep into topics such as UAV, cinematic lighting, and corporate in-house production with one-day workshops taught by veteran experts and build expertise that you can apply immediately to your current and future projects.
NOTE: Each workshop and class is separately ticketed.
Professionals Training in Digital News, Sales, and Production
The DLA will focus on several tracks, including advanced digital sales training, introductory sales training, and digital news and production. With its “cool tools” session, the DLA uncovers new technologies that help you compete more effectively. Get ready for new sales ideas, as we award prizes for the best new digital sales campaigns. Whether you are an advanced digital account executive, just starting out or developing digital content for your station, we have something for you.
The program runs for a half-day on October 17 and a full day on October 18 and includes access to the Hall of Fame Luncheon.
Shoot to Post Training
Join us at Post|Production Conference NYC, a multi-day event featuring a variety of training. Produced in partnership with Future Media Concepts, you’ll take in training designed for intermediate-to-advanced level users including film, TV and video editors, motion graphics designers, colorists and producers.
Make Video Matter
The two-day Streaming Summit will feature more than 75 speakers from the broadcast, media and publishing industries covering the technical and business challenges and opportunities in packaging, monetizing and distributing online video. From ingestion and transcoding, to media management and playback, you'll learn the best way to streamline your workflow and provide the best quality experience. Attendees will also hear about the business models for content packaging, receive the latest industry data, learn which platforms will win out, and discuss how OTT is changing the broadcast landscape.
Explore the Profit Potential of Emerging Opportunities
Presented by TVNewsCheck, this program offers an opportunity for C-Suite broadcasters, financial analysts and investors to explore the profit potential of emerging opportunities, such as ATSC 3.0, OTT, automated ad selling and converting to an IP infrastructure, and to learn about the money-saving potential of centralcasting and technology outsourcing. The conference will also look at ways that broadcasters can exploit social media, rather than be exploited, and reverse the downward course of daytime TV.