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SMPTE ST 2110: State of the Standard and Real-world Implementation Challenges

SMPTE ST 2110: State of the Standard and Real-world Implementation Challenges

SMPTE ST 2110: State of the Standard and Real-world Implementation Challenges

SMPTE ST 2110: State of the Standard and Real-world Implementation Challenges

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Date: 22 May 2024

Time: 12:00 PM Eastern

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SMPTE ST 2110: State of the Standard and Real-world Implementation Challenges

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The SMPTE ST 2110 standards, introduced in 2017, revolutionized global media production and distribution. This session delves into ST 2110 and its integration into the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA). The panel will discuss real-world applications and challenges that can occur, including interoperability and network issues. Strategies for overcoming these hurdles will be explored, alongside an assessment of how ST 2110 will impact the media industry in the future.

Speakers

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John Mailhot

SVP, Product Management, Imagine Communications

John Mailhot has been working in the field of digital High-Definition Television systems since its North American inception in 1990, first as part of the AT&T-Zenith Team, then as technical lead for the Grand Alliance encoder, and later as engineering manager and SVP, Product Management, Imagine Communications, Aastra Digital Video, and Harris Broadcast. Today John is responsible for Infrastructure Product Architecture at Imagine Communications, focused on transition of core Television infrastructure into IP and software-based technologies. He has two degrees from MIT, and is a SMPTE Fellow.

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Paul Nijak

Managing Partner | VP and General Manager , Beck TV

Paul, an esteemed figure in broadcasting and media technology, currently serves as Managing Partner and General Manager at BeckTV. His journey began in 2002 as Chief Engineer at Midwest Uplink, where he honed his skills. Transitioning to IMS Productions in 2009, Paul excelled, rising from Manager of Remote Operations to Director of Engineering over eight years. At IMS, he led various projects, managed staff, and handled technical aspects for Indy car events, showcasing expertise with top equipment brands like Grass Valley, Evertz, Calrec, and more. In 2017, Paul joined BeckTV as Director of Operations and Senior Engineer, overseeing design, engineering, and project management. His impact was profound, leading to a promotion to Managing Partner in 2024. His journey epitomizes continuous growth, dedication, and expertise in media technology.

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