On Oct. 20, the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) will present the fourth annual Media & Entertainment Day live as a worldwide virtual event, taking place during the all-new NAB Show New York digital experience. Media & Entertainment Day registrations include a free Marketplace Pass to the NAB Show New York digital experience.
Following on the heels of the successful July 2 Global M&E Day out of London, the event, running from 12:30-5 p.m. ET, will feature a series of panel discussions and presentations covering the latest in cybersecurity and content protection (Content Protection Summit) changes in cloud technologies and traditional IT (Hollywood Innovation and Technology (HITS), that includes a collection of breakout sessions hosted by top M&E vendors, all centered around the latest solutions for — and the challenges facing — the industry in today’s global remote-work business environment.
Now that the media and entertainment industry has largely settled into a work-from-home reality to continue business and move productions along, the M&E Day event will focus on what’s next on the horizon, and how M&E continues to function remotely going forward. The tools that can help ease this process, the concerns weighing on content owners’ minds, and the future of our industry will all be addressed at the event.
The general sessions will see localization, cybersecurity, content protection, and cloud-enabled technologies discussed in depth, and attendees will garner insights into what’s worked for content owners thus far, and what can be improved upon, long with ways M&E can scale its collective business up, and what your company needs in order to address this new way of working together on a global scale.
M&E Day is being produced by the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA), in cooperation with the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) and the Hollywood IT Society (HITS).