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Essentials of IP Media Transport for Broadcasters


May 9, 2022

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September 26, 2022 

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 January 10, 2022 - December 2, 2022


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Member Price: 

$399.00  $320.00

Non-Member Price: 

$599.00   $480.00


 January 10, 2022 - December 2, 2022

Course Overview

Instructor Wes Simpson

Intended Audience:

  • Engineers and Technicians working
    in Broadcasting, Systems Design and
  • Technical Managers need to
    design and deploy IP Media Transport
  • C-Suite Management needs to
    understand the resources required to
    implement this technology

Next-generation networks for transporting video, audio and metadata over IP

Whether you’re a Broadcast Engineer, Technician, Manager or Executive tasked with moving your company into the IP realm, you must have a solid grasp of video, audio and metadata transport over IP. This course will help you expand your knowledge with an overview of the entire IP media ecosystem, plus an in-depth look at compression technologies, container/file formats, content preparation, image and audio synchronization methods, system performance measurement, physical infrastructure and more. You’ll build a stronger skill set in the practical elements of the technology, which can position you grow into new roles and responsibilities in modern production and broadcasting, as you learn to:

Recognize the differences in workflow models between SDI and IP-based transport
Understand the basics of cloud technology and recognize its impacts on broadcasting
Build a working knowledge of Internet Delivery Systems for distribution to the end-point consumer, including content delivery networks and protocols
Choose components and protocols used in an IP-based video production workflow
Identify common factors impacting workflow and network performance, and perform basic troubleshooting to identify solutions