SMPTE MEDIA TECH CAREER CONFERENCE
(CURRENT COLLEGE ENROLLMENT or CURRENT COLLEGE GRADUATION IS A REQUIREMENT)
Sat, April 27, 2019
COLLEGE STUDENTS register at: Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smpte-career-day-2019-tickets-57049315037
MEDIA TECH CAREER CONFERENCE
Have you considered a career in media and entertainment using your technical skills?
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is hosting a free day in Hollywood for interested STEAM [Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math] students to learn about opportunities in the media and entertainment industry.
➔ Hear from media technology leaders on the latest challenges to creating cutting edge entertainment.
➔ Meet recent graduates and listen to their experiences working for media companies.
➔ Learn from representatives of major studios and content companies on what they are looking for in technical hiring.
➔ Sit down over lunch for one-on-one conversations with working professionals on the current career paths open to recent graduates
This is a free event for current STEAM college students and recent graduates. College student ID required for admission.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
SMPTE's Career Day is hosted at the Television Academy at the Saban Media Center, a ten minute walk from the LA Metro North Hollywood station which is serviced by the Metro Rail Red Line subway, as well as various Metro bus lines. Attendees are encouraged to take these LA Metro transportation options, or use a ridesharing service. For those who cannot do so, parking will be provided at the Saban Media Center parking lot.
Carrer Day 2018:
MARCH SECTION MEETING
WE’RE BACK AT THE DUNN!
Hollywood SMPTE Meeting co-presented by AES and SBE
March 27, 2019
Putting Audio Into Packets
How Audio-Over-IP (AoIP) is a Versatile Solution for Today’s Audio Production
Co-produced by Lon Neumann & Jim DeFilippis
There are many benefits to configuring the audio infrastructure of professional production facilities using AoIP via Ethernet IP networks—not the least of which are vastly simplified cabling and utilizing Common-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) managed IP network switches.
In the interest of enabling universally interoperable IP systems, both AES and SMPTE have developed Audio-Over-IP standards: AES 67 and SMPTE ST 2110.
The meeting this month will feature a panel of experts in AoIP, responsible for having developed both the AES 67 and SMPTE ST 2110 standards, an expert in packetized audio for intercom and communications, as well as a high-end user of Audio-Over-IP technology.
Kevin Gross -- Chair of the AES committee responsible for developing AES 67. He will discuss the technology that underpins the standard.
Thomas Edwards --Chair of the SMPTE committee that developed the suite of IP networking standards, ST 2110. He’ll discuss the integration of AES 67 within SMPTE ST 2110 as well as future security extensions.
Martin Dyster – VP Telos Alliance will discuss the development of their fully IP-networked production intercom system.
Howie Chung -- Manager of Network Engineering at Pac-12 Networks, will hold forth on the deployment of AoIP in both Local-Area-Networking and Wide-Area-Networking for remote “At-Home” production of athletic events from over 100 venues at the Pac-12 Conference of 12 universities.
Lon Neumann— Noted industry consultant will moderate a panel discussion amongst the experts as well as open up the panel for Q&A with the audience.
WHAT: Joint meeting with SMPTE, AES and SBE
TOPIC: Audio-Over-IP Technology
WHERE: The Academy’s Linwood Dunn Theater, 1313 Vine Street, Hollywood
WHEN: Weds Mar 27th. 6:30 pm Social Hour and 7:30p Meeting.
PARKING: Free, at the rear of the building
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CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Open position in MCR - Lead MCR Operator
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