Did you miss the 2013 IEEE Broadcast Symposium?
Now, you have a second chance!
The October 2013 IEEE Broadcast Symposium is now available for on-demand viewing. The tutorials, technical sessions and special keynotes were recorded and have been posted in a virtual venue that you can access on your own time and at your own pace.
If you missed the event, this is your second chance to benefit from one of the world’s pre-eminent conferences on broadcast technology. If you attended, you can view presentations that you missed in person, or review others to reinforce your knowledge.
It’s not just a webinar – but an engaging and interactive experience that lets you view the both the presenter and the presentation; access bios; download slides, papers, and other handouts from the event; network on line with the speakers and other attendees; and visit sponsors’ virtual exhibits.
You can view keynote talks at no charge, and purchase access to the entire symposium, or individual tutorials, sessions, and presentations. These include:
* Half-day tutorials on “Future Television Technology – Transmission Techniques” and “Future Television Technology – Advanced Coding”
* Half-day session on “Spectrum Issues Worldwide,” including C-band Interference
* Eighteen technical presentations covering:
* Technology for TV’s Future
* Solutions for Today’s Challenges
* Technologies for Radio
* Separating TV Services from the Platform – Today’s Reality” by Mark Aitken, Sinclair Broadcast Group
* “Key Issues Facing Broadcasters Today” by Bob Zitter, Consultant, formerly CTO with HBO
Find complete information at:
The site will be accessible through October 2014.
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