Announcing the Avid Connect Broadcast Track


Last Updated: March 19, 2015 4:04 am GMT
(March 19, 2015) Educational sessions will be part of the Avid Connect 2015 Broadcast track – dedicated to helping broadcasters improve the news gathering process by enabling new workflows in a secure manner. This year’s sessions are designed to help you increase productivity and improve your ability to access content from anywhere – all through a secure and flexible infrastructure.

  • Integrated Asset Management | see a live demonstration of the latest Avid asset management modules for the MediaCentral Platform before they’re introduced at NAB. Learn how the Avid MediaCentral Platform and MediaCentral | UX provide you with integrated access to assets from anywhere and see how MediaCentral can be used to address both production workflows and enterprise-wide asset management challenges.

  • Are Your Assets Secure? | this informative session will highlight the five distinct layers of security that are employed by the Avid MediaCentral Platform and what you can do to ensure your assets remain secure.

  • Accelerating the News Gathering Process | We’ll demonstrate how MediaCentral improves your ability to easily access and manage content, gather information, and update scripts, whether in the station or out in the field where news is happening.

That’s not all. Our agenda is packed with product announcements, technology demonstrations, and the chance to network with industry professionals and Avid experts from across the globe. For further information, check out the agenda at I hope you’ll join me and other members of the Avid community, April 10 – 12 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas for what promises to be an awesome event. And remember, if you register two people, you’ll get a third pass absolutely free – so book now while space is still available! Register at P.S. Joining us for Avid Connect? Don’t forget to get your NAB free exhibit pass! Register for a free floor show pass with code LV2842 BEFORE March 27.


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