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Wednesday, April 18 • 12:00pm - 1:15am
Using Streaming Technology to Take Your Sports (and Other Programming) Worldwide

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The panel will discuss how equipment like the Newtek tricaster is changing the way colleges and universities distribute their sports programming (and other television programs) to a world wide audience. The tools, techniques and issues involved with this venture.  Topics to be covered in the panel are as follows: how to implement streaming technology into your distribution of your college/universities programming ( sports and other college tv station programming); how to use the Newtek tricaster as an integral part of streaming your content; how to organize your streaming content to effectively reach your target audience; issues to consider when streaming content to a worldwide audience; how to coordinate social media efforts of the university television station, athletic department and the university into the live streaming of sports events; and production, legal and university issues to consider now that your sport programming shows will be available for viewing anywhere in the world.  A discussion from panel members who are currently streaming their university sports and other programming content with some advice for those considering streaming their sports and University TV station.
Moderator: Jeff Waller, Robert Morris University
Panelists: Tim Pollard, Ball State University
Philip Nelson, Newtek
Michael DiLauro, Robert Morris University
Paul Oren, Valparaiso University

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Paul Oren

Valparaiso University
Full-time professor at Valparaiso University as well as a correspondent sports reporter for the Northwest Indiana Times newspaper.

Wednesday April 18, 2012 12:00pm - 1:15am PDT
Pavilion 3

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