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Next|TV Summit & Expo San Francisco
June 15, 2016

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Next|TV Summit & Expo San Francisco
December 1, 2015

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Emmy® Gala Ceremony
& Red Carpet Clips

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Master Class Series, 2014/2015

MasterClass1-Shlisky

This is a video archive of a live webcast class that was available to NATAS and IBEW members.  Steve Shlisky shares his editing techniques in this first Master Class.  10/25/14


MasterClass2-Freedman

Wayne Freedman, reporter at KGO-TV in San Francisco and winner of 51 Emmy(R) Awards, gives a 2.5 hour intense lecture on various aspects of storytelling from language to images to structure to best and worst practices of reporters. He uses several of his award-winning stories as examples throughout.  11/15/14


MasterClass3-Clark

This master class features award-winning voice-over artist Elaine Clark, owner of Voice One in San Francisco.  This video of a live webcast seminar is fantastic but abruptly edited because this is only one of three segments and the other two are now “lost.”  This is an information packed 39 minutes of entertaining instruction.  12/6/14


NATAS Next Generation of TV
Ratings & Demographics
October 22, 2014

Next Generation of TV Ratings & Demographics

Learn about the next generation of media ratings and demographics in the video archive of this fantastic NATAS event that took place on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at Oregon Public Broadcasting.


NAPTE Student Career Day
May 4, 2014

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NAPTE Educational Foundation’s 27th Student Career Workshop, KRON San Francisco Co-Sponsored by NATAS SF/NorCal

 

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The How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Rights When You Publish Your Media Online session was a crossover panel between musicians and video producers.  The panelists were: Jarid Johnson, Bryn Boughton and Jeffrey Brandstetter.  The moderator was Cynthia Zeiden.  2/8/14

 

Mobile TV 111313The event will include a nuts and bolts discussion of the basics of mobile TV, which allows broadcasters to transmit their broadcast programming, including sports, news and entertainment, over a portion of their existing spectrum to compatible mobile devices. Broadcasters are expanding the TV viewing market beyond the traditional living room, allowing viewers to take their favorite shows with them, tuning in anytime and anywhere. Fueling the development of mobile TV is the public’s voracious appetite for watching video content on the go. Small upgrades to transmission facilities allow broadcasters to join the mobile video phenomenon. Make sure your station is not left behind!  11/13/13

 

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A discussion of online news media hosted by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – San Francisco / Northern California Chapter. Featuring: Barbara Rodgers (Comcast), Jonathan Mitchell (KNTV – NBC), Janice S. Gin (KTVU – FOX), Brian Shields (KRON4), Meghann Farnsworth (The Center of Investigative Reporting), Jim Parker (CBS Local Digital Media – KPIX), and Rachel Schwartz (KGO-TV – ABC).  4/13/13