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The SMPTE Sum-Up

November 18, 2023

Welcome to the SMPTE Sum-Up, the weekly publication that details the recent and current events of your favorite standards development organization. This week at SMPTE:

It was a big week for SMPTE Section meetings! We started off strong on Nov 13th with the SMPTE Atlanta section, who gave a comprehensive presentation on the major tech events this Fall. Presentations were made by those who attended IBC, MTS, and NAB NY, meaning everyone in the Atlanta section was able to experience the new tech showcased during these events.

Thought SMPTE Atlanta only had one meeting? Think again, because this exceptional section has more to share! “Virtualizing Post-Production Workflows” was all about transitioning to remote work during the pandemic and in a post-COVID world. This will allow more work on these films in a sustainable way. You can watch the whole presentation on YouTube!

The SMPTE San Francisco section held a student event this week, where SFSU students had a chance to have dialogue with director AJ Bleyer. The event allowed the students to learn valuable experiences from someone with firsthand knowledge of the industry. Now they’re even better prepared to tackle the real world!

The SMPTE New York event got a special treat this week when they went on a tour of the News 12 Long Island Studios. The tour included talks from the Director of Broadcast Engineering, Joseph Ashton, and President of KMH Integration, Kevin Henneman.

SMPTE Australia attended Content Live this week! Set up at stand 35, SMPTE Australia participated in one of the largest events in live broadcast. The section attended many of the talks and networking events, leaving their mark and reminding the world of SMPTE’s importance.

Last, but certainly not least, SMPTE Sacramento held their November Meeting, “I’d Like to Buy a Vowel!” Technical Director Bob Ennis led the section in the workflows necessary to put on a live production of Wheel of Fortune. This event was informative and a ton of fun, especially for those who love game shows.

That’s it for this week’s SMPTE Sum-Up. For more information on past and current events, standards projects, and webcasts, visit our website. See you next week!


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Russell Poole

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