March 7, 2018 — Visit us at Courtyard Marriot Fort Lauderdale Airport, Florida

The NewTek IP Workshop
Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 7, 2018

Join us for a free workshop on end-to-end IP workflows. A team of industry pros will share insights, education, and demonstrations of afforadble products you can use today, while building an IP infrastructure for tomorrow.

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Time & Date

Thursday
March 7th
10am-12pm
2pm-4pm

Location

Courtyard Marriott Fort Lauderdale Airport
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Event Highlights

  • Learn how to ingest, edit, and playout media directly on shared storage
  • See the innovative technology enabling IP-based production workflows
  • Learn how EVO’s built-in media management tools help index, search, and tag media recorded from TriCaster
  • Discover technology that streamlines workflows from production to post



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