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Signiant’s May M&E Events

May 03, 2021 By Michael Darer

Virtual events, webcasts, and online exhibitions continue in May, and Signiant is excited to participate alongside industry leaders and innovators!

Advanced TV Roundtable Webcast

May 4

Signiant is pleased to take part in the Advanced TV Roundtable Webcast entitled “Digital Media Cloud Production and Playout, Today and Tomorrow.” Moderated by editor Nick Snowe, industry leaders will focus on cloud provisioning among broadcasters and how that affects current production models. Signiant Chief Product Officer Rick Clarkson will explore how these realities relate to remote production, multi-cloud storage environments, inter-company workflows and more.

The free download of the conversation will be made available at 7 AM EST. We hope you tune in!

MESA Hollywood Innovation and Transformation Summit (HITS) Spring Event

May 12, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM PST

As the industry’s largest gathering of CIOs and technology experts, MESA’s HITS conference is an exciting and dynamic event every year. Fully online this time around, the summit explores how the events of the previous year have accelerated a move towards virtual production, as well as how businesses around the world are optimizing global IT for scale.

In addition to a sidecar event entitled “OTT Supply Chain Academy,” the conference will host a wide range of virtual booths from companies across the industry, including Signiant. We hope you drop by!

2021 PBS Annual Meeting

May 10-12; May 18-20 (Breakout Sessions)

The premier and largest gathering of public television content creators and decision-makers in the nation, PBS’s annual meeting will connect over 1300 professionals, 130 general managers, and representatives from 335 PBS Member Stations in 2021. The event is free for all attendees, emphasizing PBS’s commitment to the innovative potential and transformative impact of public television.

As with HITS, Signiant hosts a virtual booth at the event, where we’ll be connecting with attendees about the future of broadcasting, and how production within the field has changed due to the events of the previous year.