Product launches and best practice tutorials included as Ross Video unveils online content programme
Ross Video has unveiled the programme of online events, launches and tutorials that will take place during the ten-week ‘Ross Live’ schedule that the company is putting on in lieu of NAB 2020.
The programme kicks off on 28 April with a look at updates to XPression, the family of real-time graphics solutions, and closes on 14 July with a Ross ‘One More Thing!’ reveal.
During the nine weeks in between, Ross specialists will be hosting weekly Tech Talk sessions to discuss challenges and best practices across a variety of live production applications and environments.
Ross will also be unveiling some brand-new solutions designed to help live production professionals create high impact, high-efficiency productions.
The company said: “During these challenging times, Ross believes it is important to support customers in any way we can. With normal life on hold, we understand that many industry professionals may have some additional time for learning and training, and so Ross will has created a weekly Living Live podcast that will focus on a different element of live production and explore it fully. The first podcast – ‘Building a Workflow for the Unknown: TV News Editorial, Trends & Tools)’ – will be published on Monday 20 April and will be available on our dedicated page.”
Ross Video chief executive David Ross added: “We’ve put a great deal of thought and effort into this comprehensive program, and we look forward to seeing you at one of our Ross Live sessions soon. We’re going to blow your socks off once again!”
All sessions are being broadcast at 11am EDT (Ottawa) / 4pm BST (London). An additional session will be offered at 11:30 pm EDT (Ottawa) for customers in India/Asia/Australia/New Zealand and surrounding countries (9am New Delhi, 11:30am Singapore/Beijing, 12:30pm Tokyo, 1:30pm Canberra, 3:30pm Auckland). Please note that the date of the additional presentations in these areas will, therefore, be +1 day.
A full list of the sessions can be found at www.rossvideo.com/live. Registration is open now.