Webinar: See SnapStream Edu in action| January 18th 11 AM CT
We held our first-ever SnapStream User Conference, in New York on Feb 2, 2018, and it was a huge success. We learned a lot from the event which will influence the direction of our product. There were some thoughtful discussions, exciting sneak peeks and a lot of connections were made as we continue to grow our SnapStream community. And to all the speakers and everyone that made it to the event: thank you.
P.S. We loved tapping into our community and would like to do more events in the future. Please let us know if you'd like SnapStream to visit your city.
Watch SnapStream customers Condé Nast, Dubsmash, CBS This Morning and Major League Soccer discuss how TV plays a critical role for modern media organizations.
Joe Atkinson from Major League Soccer describes how they use SnapStream to send clips from live games to physicians on the sidelines to help determine possible medical issues. Suchit Dash from Dubsmash explains how they quickly create TV clips for their Dubsmash app so users can lip sync to popular shows. Panelists Nicole Dellert from Condé Nast and Brandon Launerts from CBS This Morning both describe how posting TV to social, using SnapStream, helps their social media departments stay ahead of the competition.
Watch SnapStream customers The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, CBS, SportsNet NY and ABC discuss how their organizations integrate TV into their workflow at scale.
David Hadley from CBS discusses how they are building a large SnapStream cluster so various shows, including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Rundown with Robin Thede, can access the same TV content, but still keep their show’s accounts separate. Adam Cooper explains how their ABC producers pick and choose clips from their SnapStream recordings to import into their Avid system. Gil Santana with SportsNet NY describes how SnapStream allows every staffer at the organization easy access to their 24/7 SNY recordings to quality control all the content they create. Dennis McMahon from the Daily Show with Trevor Noah discusses how they use SnapStream to record hours of TV so writers can insert TV clips in the show for various comedic segments.
We had so much fun hosting our New York event that we would like to do it again! If you want SnapStream to visit your city, please let us know.
Nicole heads up a desk of writers, designers, and editors who are tasked with creating engaging content for the internet. This includes but is not limited to article content, short social videos, gifs/memes and captioned videos. "We use SnapStream to support W Mag, Vogue, Allure, Vanity Fair, Brides, GQ, Teen Vogue and Glamour."
Suchit Dash is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with publishers, solution providers and other key players in the digital goods and social media industries.
Brandon is the Social Media Associate Producer at CBS This Morning, America's fastest-growing network morning news broadcast. In October 2016, Brandon was offered an opportunity to move to New York City to work at CBS News, a dream of his. Brandon is a fan of new media and the future of digital media in journalism and broadcast news.
Joe Atkinson started with Major League Soccer in September of 2016. Joe leads a team that coordinates all things medical for both MLS and Sum. He serves as the main point of contact for medical contracts, policy and research. Joe oversees the League’s Workers Compensation program, Head Injury Spotter program and manages the Medical Operations Manual.
"Our goal is to entertain people, while satirizing the daily events of the country, with a lean towards politics." His career didn’t actually start in IT. It started in TV production on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” where he rose to the title of Producer.
David oversees all technical operations of the internal media department at CBS Corporate Headquarters in NY. Includes CBS VTC network infrastructure (globally), CBS Content Portal (webcasting), SnapStream server administration, media SAN, transcoding servers, edit suites, broadcast studio and control room, internal cable head end, corporate a/v operations, executive media support.
Gil was the key management lead in SNY's 2 year Infrastructure relocation from Time Life Building to 4 World Trade Center in 2017. He oversees the day-to-day operations in accordance with best practices for high availability, high performance and usability. Regularly available to the team to provide managerial direction and support during off-hours related issues.
Adam Cooper joined Disney|ABC Television in 2002 as a Production Assistant for ABC News Graphics. In 2008, he became Manager, Technology, for ABC News focusing on graphics and off-air recording technologies. Adam has spearheaded technology projects for special broadcasts including multiple elections, inaugurations, space shuttle launches, the Royal Wedding, and others.
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