SRT Panel Discussion

About The Event

Join Al Jazeera, Haivision, MediaKind, Sky News & Viacom at IBC 2018 and learn how to improve your live video workflows with open source SRT for broadcast and streaming applications. This learning event features a panel discussion with industry experts that you don’t want to miss!

The market is seeking an open source alternative to proprietary solutions for low-latency, UDP-like approach for video transmission over the internet. Since SRT became an open source technology and protocol at NAB 2017, nearly 150 companies have endorsed its adoption while more than 40 companies have released SRT Ready solutions. 

This panel session will explore real-world SRT implementations and discuss how the SRT open source protocol and technology stack delivers reliable and secure low latency video over unpredictable networks like the public internet. Panelists will describe their experiences in implementing SRT workflows, noting strengths, ideas for improvement, and the challenges they expect to face in the future of broadcast and video streaming services. 

During the panel, you will learn about:

SRT Open Source Project: Learn more about the benefits of using SRT in your video workflows with the support of the Github community and how it can help your organization.

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Real World Implementations: 
Discover how SkyNews, MediaKind, Al Jazeera and other broadcasters use SRT to power their live video streaming workflows.

SRT Alliance:  Learn how this initiative is expanding the streaming media ecosystem and supporting the collaborative development of  SRT, now with nearly 150 members and 50 SRT Ready solutions in the market.

Reliable Video Streaming Over Public Networks with SRT:
Featuring Al Jazeera, Haivision, MediaKind, Sky News & Viacom

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Christopher Smith 
Development Executive
News Technology

Tony Jones 
Principal Technologist
CTO and Strategy group

Marc Cymontkowski 
 Senior Director
Core Technology

Glenn Goldstein
Chief Technology
Convergence Officer

Miljenko Logozar
Director of Technology Solutions & Integrations


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