IABM Training Academy part of NAB for first time
The IABM is giving its members a chance to get a jump start on their NAB with two training courses that will be held on April 11 and 12. This marks the first time that IABM will hold Training Academy sessions at NAB. The two topics include Broadcast Technology Workflows and Understanding File Formats.
The Broadcast Technology Workflow session gives an understanding of workflows and integration and considers the changes in the market from the convergence of today to the challenges of tomorrow. It highlights that broadcasters and service providers need different types of products and services than in the past, and explains what impact the need for automation will have on understanding customers’ requirements.
The other two-day course is Understanding File Formats and will provide a thorough understanding of current video and audio file formats plus their associated metadata and workflows. It will explain how file formats are used from production, through the broadcast chain, including quality control and post-production. Delivery and archiving will also be covered.
The two-day courses begin at 9 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. each day and the IABM says that exclusive show rates are available and that space is limited. For more information visit www.theiabm.org/NABtraining.