MESA Europe to expand Online Events in Near Term

Published March 19, 2020

Following the success of yesterday’s Security and Data & Analytics special interest group online meetings and responding to requests from members and content industry participants, MESA Europe has today announced an additional programme of webinars and online meetings.

Tomorrow (20th March) there will be an online meeting of the MESA Europe Localisation Council, to focus on the industry’s response to the current crisis and the steps that can be taken to maintain workflows as much as possible.

In addition, the Mid Year Industry Briefing, scheduled to take place alongside the Media Production and Technology show on 13th May, will now become a Webinar, designed to help members share their planned NAB and MIP news and provide a platform for open discussion across the industry.

Emerging from the Security Council meeting yesterday, where the areas of focus included Credential Sharing, Virus Crisis Response and Secure Remote Working, and the recent OTT workshop, an online OTT Security focused discussion is set to be announced.

With the June HITS flagship event looking vulnerable as things stand currently, the MESA Europe team has announced a series of Webinars to take place on the scheduled 17th June date, to drill down on some of the important topics flagged up by members for the HITS programme. Among the webinars will be separate sessions focusing ‘Content Personalisation & Audience Engagement’ and ‘Getting the Best from Metadata, through Metadating’. More announcements will follow on this.

Additional online sessions are set to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

To obtain additional details on any of the above, to discuss participation opportunities or additional focused Webinar plans please contact Jim ([email protected]), Caroline ([email protected]) or David ([email protected]).

To register interest in receiving additional details or joining one of the above sessions please email any of the MESA Europe team or reach out to Teresa ([email protected]).

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