Guided Tours Explore Content Management Solutions
Taking a Deeper Dive: Convention-goers can learn more about data management, production solutions and the evolution of video
STAFF REPORT, NAB SHOW DAILY
Once again, NAB Show is collaborating with StoryTech to launch three unique tour experiences on the show floor. Attendees can take a deeper dive through tours that explore three central themes: managing data, innovation in virtual production and the evolution of video.
“StoryTech is offering comprehensive NAB Show tour experiences that stimulate networking, business growth and learning,” said Lori H. Schwartz, chief executive officer at StoryTech. “We look forward to showcasing the companies and products that are advancing the art of storytelling through technology and innovation.”
Tour guides include Tim Hanlon, founder/chief executive officer of Vertere Group LLC; Christina Heller, chief executive officer of Metastage; and Bryndan Moore, brand manager at Brooklyn Tea.
Group and individual tours are offered April 16 through April 18. Click here for more information on scheduling a tour.
DATA, DATA, DATA: The Data, Data, Data tour will focus on data and metadata management throughout the production pipeline, from content creation to post-production management and through the distribution process. It will address how sustainability informs the entire process. Look for a focus on AI and machine-learning solutions as well as the power of data analytics to drive the new normal.
NEW PRODUCTION MODALITIES: This tour will focus on Web3 technologies that are driving virtual production solutions, building immersive content creation tools, and lowering carbon emissions. Look for information on the building of virtual worlds (like metaverses), avatars and digital assets, through cloud workflow and leveraging the blockchain and LED volumes.
EVOLUTION OF VIDEO: This tour will focus on the current state of video in 2023, from live streaming and social video, to building FAST channels and category-specific content. Look for solutions focused on CTV, personalization, and location-aware content all with a focus on lowering emissions for the race to net zero.