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by John PokornyPanelists:Daniel Danker, Chief Product Officer of Shazam Dan Biddle, Head of Broadcast Partnerships, Twitter UK Matt Millar, CEO, Tellybug Steve Godman, IMI MobileDaniel Danker: (Left BBC for a career with Shazam)Most people don’t realize Shazam is 10% of all digital music sales in the world right now; and 70 million people a month are using it. It’s a super simple setup. I came on board to grow Shazam for the TV area of the company. Did you know 80% of users Shazam television? It’s not just about pulling your phone out at a Café or nightclub when there is a song you don’t recognize. It is being utilized for a lot more. All of this prompted me to ask a question that is pretty unpopular:“When it comes to second screen, have we been trying to solve a problem that doesn’t really exist?”
Mark Schulze has been an entrepreneur since graduating from UCSD in 1981, when he started his video production company, Crystal Pyramid Productions. As he added more equipment, experience and talent to his arsenal, he began acquiring prestigious international clients like UPS, Oprah, MasterCard, Extra and others and has won multiple international awards for his skills.
AJA's Director of Product Marketing, Bryce Button, goes in-depth about FS-HDR and how it's used in the production space today.
SMPTE was hosting a major push on the IMF specification (SMPTE ST2067) with the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) out of England. The IMF specification was created to make the Interoperable Master Format (IMF), interoperable, so vendors and customers could use it. The IMF standard requires changes in the way that content is created in order to make greater efficiencies for broadcast and online content distribution. In addition to SMPTE and DPP, the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA), The European Broadcasting Union (EBU), several manufacturers and end users have been involved in making the IMF specification.
Matt Siegel, Director of Photography, talks about being an instructor and more about the ARRI Academy Certified Camera and Cinematography Workshop.
Flash memory is finding increased use in client and enterprise applications because of its higher performance compared to hard disk drives. As the $/GB price of flash memory declines these applications are increasing. For professional media and entertainment projects dealing with higher resolution and higher dynamic range workflows, performance matters. We will look at developments in flash memory in digital media content capture and creation, post production, content distribution and even in archiving.