Webcast: Managing Hybrid Networks

Join Broadcast Engineering and ILC in a FREE, live Webcast that will show you how to manage, control, monitor, and automate your various broadcast systems and networks - consolidating your management functions in a single console.
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Broadcast Engineering Webcast Series

Managing Hybrid Networks: Total control of your divergent systems from one console

Join Broadcast Engineering and ILC in a FREE, live Webcast that will show you how to manage, control, monitor, and automate your various broadcast systems and networks - consolidating your management functions in a single console.

Live Webcast: Thursday, September 22nd

Time: 2pm EDT

Duration: 60 minutes

Sponsored by: ILC

Description

A new way to control divergent networks and systems

  • Control satellite earth stations, microwave and STLs
  • Control broadcast, wireline and wireless devices
  • Automate systems and back office management
  • Multichannel and HD equipment control

Speakers

Mark Krikorian
Chief Operating Officer
ILC

As ILC’s Chief Operating Officer, Mark Krikorian has been designing network control software solutions for broadcasters, telecommunications companies, satellite operators, and government and defense agencies for over 10 years.

Mark has worked with clients such as NBC, DIRECTV, PBS and Nebraska Educational Telecommunications to identify ways to drive efficiency improvements and improve network reliability through automation. Mark participates regularly on industry panels for improving network operations through automation, including events like NAB, SUPERCOMM, and Satellite 2004. He brings special insights into the technologies and processes needed for managing the convergence of different networks and network technologies.

Prior to ILC, Mark worked in digital design and sales engineering roles at Altera Corporation and AEL Cross Systems, where he managed sales of multi-million dollar research and development programs. Mark holds a bachelor's of science in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Brad Dick
Editorial Director
Broadcast Engineering

Brad has 25 years experience, including positions at TV/Radio stations; director of engineering/operations at University of Kansas; SBE-certified professional broadcast engineer; two-term SBE president and seven-term SBE secretary. His honors include winner of two American Society of Business Press Editors Awards and two Neal Awards. Brad holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Broadcast Station Management.

David Stewart
Chief Engineer – Network Operations
Nebraska Educational Telecommunications

David Stewart has worked in the broadcast field for 26 years and has held the position of Chief Engineer – Network Operations, at Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (NET) since 2000. David’s responsibilities include Management, Supervision, and day-to-day operation of Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Network Operations Center, Master Control Center, Transmitter Operations Center, Satellite Transmission Center, and Media-Tape Center. David is responsible for establishing network monitoring and control systems, documenting operating standards, testing procedures, and quality control for analog and digital transmissions, satellites, broadcast television, non-broadcast television, and distance learning systems and networks.



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