Workshops

Plan your day out, bring a friend or two.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Networking Breakfast

Time: 8:00am-9:00am
Place: Manhattan

Discussion and development of the direction of JAG, and review of 2016 Members Survey.

Technology

Lighting

Sponsored by 4Wall Entertainment

Learn about the newest innovations in the lighting industry and how you can put them to work for you. Discuss how to troubleshoot common lighting challenges, and put together a lighting plan for the best possible result.

IP Workflow

Sponsored by Varto Technologies

How will innovations in IP technology change your workflow? Learn about the latest developments to make your organization more efficient.

Production

Interviews

The Art of the Interview Part 1 and 2

Linda Litowsky loves telling stories and as a part of that – Linda loves extracting great information out of famous-and-not-so-famous people. Linda’s career has spanned 4 decades and throughout those years, she has been fortunate (and sometimes, not so fortunate) to have interviewed more than 2,000 people like President George W. Bush, Senator Ted Kennedy and Governor Ann Richards, Drew Barrymore, Sandra Bullock and Jessica Alba, Dennis Quaid, Richard Linklater and Robert Rodriguez to name a few. The traditional expert panel provides a lot of information, but this workshop will be unlike any you’ve ever attended. Join Linda where YOU are the seasoned pro and Linda will test your skills as you interview this “fading-middle-aged-startlett-turned-town-spokesperson-for the-Mayor of your town. Come prepared with 5 to 7 questions you must ask to v the most critical information your City has ever needed in this time of crisis or your choice.

Linda will share some valuable tips before the 1-on-1 interviews begin, so you’re as prepared as possible to interview the most difficult person you’re ever worked with. Please note: All interviews will be video-taped for playback and critique so bring you’re A-Game! Guest: Linda Litowsky, producer/director, Host: Victoria Timpanaro

How technology can save you money Pt. 1

Covering an Event

Covering an event is now easier than ever with new technology. Discover how the newest innovations make it possible for one or two people to cover events which used to take large crews and hours of set-up.

Sound

Obtaining clear, crisp audio can often be the biggest challenge for PEG stations and independent producers. This workshop will provide expert advice and tips for overcoming obstacles to great audio.

Operations

How technology can save you money Pt. 2

Content Distribution

You have the content… now how can you most efficiently get it to your audience? The latest technology makes content distribution more cost-effective and stream-lined than ever before.

Issues of staffing and volunteers

PEG organizations with small budgets often depend upon the work and dedication of interns and community volunteers. What are the best practices for volunteer recruitment, selection, training and supervision?

Music Copyrights

Receive an update on current music copyright law. We all want to use music in our productions, but are we doing so legally?

Legislative

Closed Captioning

Closed Captioning: A Regulatory Update

Do I have to provide closed captioning? How much does it cost? What kind of equipment do I need? Where do I start? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the nuts and bolts of closed captioning and find out how new regulations can affect your operations – and budget. Panelists: Mike Wassenaar, Pres. ACM, Steve Traylor, ED NATOA Moderator: Dave Garb, Pres. JAG

5G, Small Cells, Right of Way

5G and the Internet of Things

5G technology has the power to transform our communities into “smart” cities, bringing with it super fast wireless broadband, autonomous cars, telesurgery – and a lot more infrastructure. Find out what this technology is all about and how it will impact our communities and residents. Panelists: Verizon-(Rich), Comcast-(Bob), Ken Fellman, Esq., Helmer, Conley and Kasselman

Drones

Drone Usage

The Rules, Regulations and Responsibilities – Drones, Drones, everywhere….but what are the rules and regulations you need to know? Do you need a license? What provisions are in place to protect privacy? Do the rules differ based on content? This workshop will answer those questions and more! Panelist: Brandon Dittman, Esq., Helmer, Conley and Kasselman, Christina Engh, UASolutions

User Groups/Training

Server – TelVue Users Group
Video Switcher – Tricaster Users Group by Varto Technologies
Editing Final Cut – TBD
Editing Adobe – TBD

Power of Partners Power of Partners — May 31 – June 2, 2017 at the Hyatt Morristown, New Jersey