Post Technology Trends

A fantastic line up of industry leaders in production & post workflow, this is the must see webcast for people evaluating new technology in 2015. Covering all aspects of technology; cameras, dailies, post, asset management, and more. After the webcast, get your questions answered live! Use hashtag #VideoTechTrends2015 to submit questions.

Day: January 22
Time: 11:00am Pacific


Michael Cioni
CEO, Light Iron

“Dailies Cloud Workflow in 2014”
Michael’s passion for digital cinema has helped shape the landscape of the rapidly changing media ecosystem. As the CEO of Light Iron, he has supervised the Digital Intermediate and workflows on hundreds of feature films including Gone Girl, Muppets Most Wanted, Ender’s Game, 42, and The Social Network. An industry leader of mobile dailies post production, Michael will discuss the tech & techniques that will be essential to your 2015 television or film production.
Bryson Jones
Founder, NSA

“What the DAM?: Asset Management”
After a long career in Post Production Support, Bryson Jones founded North Shore Automation (NSA) to focus on software development and system design for Digital Asset Management, focused on the video industry. NSA created Approval-Q, it's first product for web video sharing and review / approval. Bryson Jones will be cutting through the marketing fluff of asset management, breaking down distribution & repurposing media assets.
Michael Kammes / Key Code Media

In his current role as Director of Technology & Marketing at Key Code Media, Michael consults on and demonstrates workflows benefiting the post industry: acquisition, stereoscopy, storage, editorial, audio, finishing, and encoding. His background of integration and configuration of both hardware and software, coupled with his production experience, gives him a keen insight into the future of the post industry.

Greg Story
Canucks Sports & Entertainment

“A More Organized Sports Broadcast in 2015”
In today’s sports broadcast, winning involves more than just the game. Greg Story of Canucks Sports & Entertainment realized it was time to grow a successful brand, by optimizing the value of their media assets, and streamline their production distribution. Greg took on the challenge, and reinvented the way stadium sports production is done in Vancouver. See how he did it!
Shawn Hendrix
Consultant, Electronic Sports League

“The Video Game Live Stream Revolution”
Shawn Hendrix is a long-time Producer, specializing in Live Stream and Online Content for E-sports Video games Clients include Redbull, Blizzard, Intel, Twitch and more. He will be discussing the unexpected growth in e-game live streaming via Shawn will also cover what it takes to host a professional live stream, and the audiences engagement people will come to expect in 2015