The Broadcast Beat Magazine story just continues to get bigger, better, and faster in providing cutting edge information that puts the reader and professional ahead of the learning curve! The BEAT has morphed into not only a leading digital trade magazine that provides industry news, technical white papers, industry related articles, and a directory of over 40,000 professionals, but now it has moved into the record space of daily video interviews with manufacturers from all over the world! There is no “better way” of providing industry news, or giving our readers what they want… the BEAT provides continuous technical content from broadcast to post production because of a few simple phrases that resonate: “think more, write more, and capture more!”
NOTHING puts the information across like a video interview – hearing the words from the mouths of the very developers, engineers and visionaries of the industry connects you in a more personal way than simply an article or post.
Broadcast Beat Magazine regularly interviews the “big boys” of our industry like: BARCO, Ericsson, Quantum, Telestream, Vitec, and Vizrt and that is just the start! We’ve had Chat’s with Dan Dugan: Inventor of the Automatic Microphone Mixer and Allan Ignatin, President and CEO of TransferSoft and more – Live From the Floor Interviews from NAB Show with companies like Panasonic! – “Best Practice” discussions with Blackmagic Design, Sky Deutschland, Sony and other industry luminaries. The list continues to grow and our services continue to expand in covering the informational material that means the most to YOU!
“Broadcast Beat’s ultimate goal was to create videos and integrate those videos into our stories. It’s a great way to separate us from the “old-school” publications and bring our industry’s readers into the future. In just the last three weeks we have recorded over twenty-five interviews! All of them are with respectable organizations in our industry and with great products. Additionally, we are now starting to record “best-practice” videos and also chat with prominent executives like CEOs’ of major motion picture studios, etc.” said Ryan Salazar, Editor-In-Chief and Founder of Broadcast Beat Magazine.
The interviews are recorded, usually after business hours, in a calm and casual atmosphere that makes the best atmosphere for the best exchange of information. In most cases, interviews are posted online within twelve hours of being recorded! See the interview with AutoCue Teleprompter’s Aaron Brady from his hotel room in Atlanta while traveling:
…or a video interview can be had at a trade show or convention – the perfect time to get info on a product, service or industry “best-practice” advice:
We keep the reader in mind, the professional in mind, and the student in mind with the services that we provide to the media and entertainment industry. The BEAT provides for services that work with PR Firms and Manufacturers on innovative ways to market their products and services to enhance the customer experience. Here at Broadcast Beat Magazine: The Beat Goes ON! Enjoy our Video Library. We’ll be seeing you at your favorite industry shows! Click here for our video page: www.broadcastbeat.com/videos/
Matt and his family currently reside in the Washington, D.C metro area.