Y’all, CCW (Content and Communications World) is happening this week. Watch out New York City, because SnapStream’s both exhibiting AND leading a conference session at CCW that you won’t want to miss. If you’ll be at the Javits Center November 12-13, here’s the rundown on where to find us:
Attend Our Session
|Title:||CBS Black Rock: Recording & Clipping TV with a “DVR on Steroids”|
|Speakers:||Heather Doyle, Director at CBS Black Rock Media
David Hadley, Technical Director at CBS Black Rock Media
Gayan Gunawardana, Sales Manager at SnapStream
|When:||Wednesday, November 12|
|Time:||10:15 AM EST (First session of the show!)|
|Where:||Production + Post Theater (Javits Center)|
|More:||Session info below|
Visit Our Booth
Come by for a demo at booth #755! Learn more below.
Hear from CBS Black Rock Media’s Director, Heather Doyle, and Technical Director, David Hadley, as they discuss the TV recording and clipping workflows of their group in a panel led by Gayan Gunawardana of SnapStream. As part of CBS Operations & Engineering, CBS Black Rock Media fulfills TV clip requests for every division of CBS, such as the sales, marketing, sports and affiliate relations groups.
Whether it’s a TV clip of the “The Big Bang Theory” for a press rep or an NFL broadcast clip for a sponsor, they can efficiently service everyone with the robust recording and clipping capabilities of SnapStream. Heather and David will briefly review the archaic processes of pre-2008, which were dependent on one-channel DVRs, long overtime hours of manual recordings, hunting for specific clips, editing software and VHS tapes/DVDs.
The discussion will focus on how the group was able to streamline processes to a single system and find several “bonus use cases” involving their top exec’s TV appearances and engaging CBS Sports fans on Twitter.
It’s your chance to see a live demo of SnapStream’s new social TV features, in addition to our robust TV recording and TV search capabilities:
- Monitor your TV show and viewer reactions on Twitter, side by side
- Reply to tweets with TV screenshots, clips and animated GIFs while your TV show is airing
- Post directly to your Facebook Pages with TV screenshots and clips
- Add a caption to any TV screenshot
- Create animated GIFs in a snap, to share on Twitter or anywhere on the Web