The IBC Roundtable discussion is back and this time tackles Diversity and Inclusion with views from Sundog Media Toolkit, ITV and Grass Valley, a Belden Company.
Bringing diversity and inclusion into the company at large
Benefits of diversity to the company
Recruiting for diversity as a startup
Supporting parents at work
Altering the age balance in an organisation
Working at the industry level to support company’s ability to hire
Recruiting from outside the industry
Role models & Mentoring
How the industry is perceived through trade shows
Moderated by: Naomi Climer Chair, IBC Council Speakers:
Neil Maycock VP Global Marketing, Grass Valley, a Belden Company
Faz Aftab Online Commerical Editor, ITV
Richard Welsh Co-founder and CEO, Sundog Media Toolkit
When will copper fail us? From the beginnings of electronic media, broadcast engineers have struggled with the bandwidth limitations of interconnecting cable. When 4K and other high data rate services first appeared, it seemed only fiber could handle the bandwidth. But we thought the same when SDI was introduced. Belden first introduced 4794R and now 4855R. Will these be the new 8281 and 9209? Have we reached the limit of electrons in cable, or are there new technologies that will extend the convenience of cable and connectors into the next generation of broadcast?
With each advance in interconnection, new methods for installation and use come with new limitations along with the improvements in bandwidth. This webinar covers interconnection in the 12 GHz world, and what is likely to be the technology for the next generation.
In this webinar, you will learn:
If you can use existing cable for 12 GHz 4K applications.
If there is a difference between 6 GHz 4K and 12 GHz 4K when choosing cable.
Connectors you can use for 12 GHz 4K applications.
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