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Media in the Cloud: Ontology Guide
Section Meeting

SMPTE Toronto Section May Meeting

SMPTE Toronto May Meeting - NAB Wrap-Up

Time: 7:00 p.m. Eastern (US and Canada)

In-Person Location:  Rogers Communications Centre - Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).  Room RCC-204 – 2nd floor, 80 Gould Street, Toronto, On, M5B 2K3

Zoom Location -
within the registration confirmation email

Arranged By: 
Gleb Butuzov, Jaime Caeiro and Stosh Durbacz 

Applied Electronics Limited


This month’s meeting is the always popular NAB Wrap-Up.

It’s been three long years since the last NAB in 2019.  So much of the world has changed, how was the 2022 version of NAB?  

We are pleased to welcome a panel of industry leaders & experts selected for their diverse knowledge and interests within our industry. The panel will provide a summary of their experiences and points of view about NAB 2022. They will also participate in an interactive discussion on the hottest topics and challenges facing our industry today.

Lane Steinheuer, Broadcast Innovations, Bell Media
David August, Director, Technical Operations, Dome Productions
Paul Roeser, Manager of Sales Operations, Applied Electronics
Graham Beer, Student, RTA School of Media, Toronto Metropolitan University
More presenters TBD

Join your Host and Moderator for the evening, as he leads the panel and audience through an enlightening open forum discussion.  If you did not attend NAB this year, this is your opportunity to catch up on the latest technology trends.  If you did attend NAB, come out and discover what you missed or share your NAB experiences with your fellow Toronto SMPTE members.  This session is open to SMPTE and Non-SMPTE members

Q&A panel will follow the scheduled presentations.

All attendees (In-Person or Virtual) must register using the link below. In-Person registrants will receive a confirmation email for the virtual event which can be ignored. 

As part of the University’s mandate, MASKS are required while in the building