Press Release - The Man Behind The NewTek TriCaster Family, Dr. Andrew Cross, Hosts Live Streaming Discussion On The Evolution of Video Production
Hosts Live Streaming Discussion On The Evolution of Video Production
Scheduled for December 12 at 3:00pm ET, 2:00pm CT, 12:00pm PT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SAN ANTONIO – December 10, 2012 – Few have done more in the progression of live video production than NewTek’s Chief Technical Officer Dr. Andrew Cross. You will now have an opportunity to hear his insight on the new paradigm in live video production, how and why traditional video production and consumption is changing, and how TriCaster ™ 8000 sets you up to win in a socially-driven digital world. Included in the discussion will be a product demonstration of TriCaster 8000 by NewTek’s Director of Training and Education – Worldwide, Don Ballance.
“Dr. Cross has managed the development of the NewTek product line for almost 15 years, including TriCaster, and 3Play,” says Jim Plant, NewTek President and CEO. “His influence and vision have changed the evolution of multi-camera production and live streaming. This is a rare opportunity to hear directly from the chief architect of the most powerful live production system on the market."
You can register to participate in this live discussion here.
NewTek TriCaster 8000 is the first live television production platform that allows producers to create multi-camera video programs for live events, broadcasting, web streaming, and projection, while simultaneously publishing clips and stills to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Flickr. With the share of audiences for live and on-demand viewing on mobile devices now approaching that of connected televisions—even for long-form video—TriCaster 8000 transforms live television to suit the ways audiences view it.
As the hands-on toolset for video publishers and producers executing a live production, TriCaster 8000 is a multimedia hub for all media sources coming into a program, all content and branding that happens on screen, and all destinations to where the program is output, with an operator piloting the entire show from a hardware control surface that comes standard with every system.