Fort Lauderdale, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/02/2014 -- "Broadcast Beat Magazine" is continuing its upward climb as The Beat's own Debra Kaufman moderates at one of the six conferences at The 2014 NAB Show. www.broadcastbeat.com.
On Wednesday, April 9 from 1:30pm – 2:45pm, Debra will be on the panel at the "Relevant Cloud Case Studies and Panel Discussion" portion of the 2014 NAB Show Media Management in the Cloud Conference: Advances in Content Reliability and Security Conference, joining Christy King of UFC, Dominic Stone of IBM, Clyde Smith of Fox and David Peto of Aframe.
Produced in partnership with the Entertainment Technology Center at the University of Southern California and sponsored by Rackspace Hosting, Equinix and Aspera, the Conference coversCollaboration to Cost-Savings, from Distribution to Metadata, fromSecurity to Storage, Reliability to Workflows and everything in-between.
Beginning Tuesday, April 8, and kicked-off by ETC at University of Southern CaliforniaProject ManagerErik Weaver, this two-day conference covers topics from Collaboration to Cost-Savings, from Distribution to Metadata, fromSecurity to Storage, Reliability to Workflows and everything in-between, providing a senior management overview of how cloud-based solutions positively impact each stage of the content distribution chain, including production, delivery, and storage.
Attended by Media Professionals Broadcast/Cinema/Internet, Content Creators, Software and Applications Professionals, Film Distribution Professionals, Production and Post-Professionals, the first day will feature Mark Ramberg, GM, Media and Entertainment, Amazon Web Services, who will give an Update on Industry Cloud Tenants.
About Debra Kaufmanis
Debra Kaufmanis a Media Maven who has been covering the intersection of entertainment and technology for 25+ years, and has written about new media, entertainment technology and other topics for the Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Film & Video and many others. Sheis a published author, having written articles appearing in Wired, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times and American Cinematographer.
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