Iowa DTV Symposium 2001
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Iowa DTV Symposium 2002
October 15, 2001

LOOKS GOOD, SO WHAT? PANEL DISCUSSION

Bo Brock, Magid Media Futures

Kelly Williams, National Association of Broadcasters

Phillip Swann, Author, TV dot COM: The Future of Interactive Television; President & Publisher, TVPredictions.com

Sam Metheny, WRAL/DTV Plus

Question and Answer Session

October 16, 2001

Content Track

INTERACTIVITY TODAY AND TOMORROW #1
The success of today's and the promise of tomorrow's interactive television

Tim Reynolds, Wavexpress

Tracy Fullerton, Spiderdance

Tracy Swedlow, Interactive TV Today

Question and Answer Session


LESSONS LEARNED
What's gone right and what's gone wrong in digital development? What's worked and what hasn't?

Dave Johnston, PBS


THE VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDE
The lessons learned by stations and content producers scheduling, broadcasting and promoting in the HD and multi channel environment.

Dave Welsh, KCPT

Ed Piette, KSTP

Sam Matheny

Question and Answer Session


WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE, TOTO
What do content creators need to do differently to survive in the new world?

Daniel Anker, Anker Productions, Inc.

Gerry Field, CPB/WGBH

Jack Galmiche, Oregon Public Broadcasting

Johnjoe Farragher, United Learning


INTERACTIVITY TODAY AND TOMORROW #2
The success of today's and the promise of tomorrow's interactive television

Bruce Jacobs, Twin Cities Public Television

Deron Triff, PBS Interactive TV

Question and Answer Session

 October 16, 2001

Technical Track

VHF ANTENNA SYSTEMS AND DTV

Joe Zuba, Dielectric Communications

UNDERSTANDING ADAPTIVE EQUALIZATION - MYTHS AND REALITY

Richard Schwartz, Axcera's Broadcast Systems

ADJACENT CHANNEL EMISSION ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS FOR DTV

Dr. Rick Korkosz, Tomcast Communications Inc.

NEW MULTI-CHANNEL COMBINING NETWORK FOR DIGITAL TV SYSTEMS

Dan Fallon, Andrew Passive Power

MONITORING MPEG TRANSPORT STREAMS FOR TV BROADCASTERS

Bill Cohn, Tektronix Corporation

MASTER CONTROL SOLUTIONS FOR DTV

Jay C. Adrick, Harris Corporation, Broadcast Communications

ARCHITECTURE FOR COMPRESSED ATSC STREAM MANIPULATION AND STORAGE FOR PBS STATIONS

Stéphane Billat, Sencore

8-VSB FIELD TESTING & RECEIVER UPDATE

Gary Sgrignoli, Zenith Corp.

HD ACQUISITION: THE PANASONIC AJ-HADC27V VARIABLE FRAME RATE HD CAMERA RECORDER

Phil Livingston, Panasonic

ACQUISITION: FROM QUARTER-INCH TO HIGH DEFINITION

Craig Beardsley, Sony Electronics, Inc.

 October 16, 2001

DINNER WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER

David B. Liroff, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, WGBH-TV

October 17, 2001

Content Track

DANCE WITH ME
Partnerships and collaborative efforts in digital broadcasting

Jack Galmiche, Oregon Public Broadcasting

Mark Wronski, Telestream, Inc.

Tom Moran, WAM!NET

Question and Answer Session


COVERING YOUR ASSETS
Digital asset management for broadcasters and content providers

Alison White, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

David B. Liroff, WGBH

James Steinbach, WHA-TV Madison, Wisconsin

Mark Irwin, Discovery Health

Question and Answer Session

THE DIGITAL CLASSROOM
New frontiers of media and education

Johnjoe Farragher, United Learning

Linda Hanson, Wisconsin Educational Communications Board
Mike Kern, Wisconsin Educational Communications Board

Terry Dugas, Interactive Media Group Nebraska Educational Telecommunications

Question and Answer Session

INTERNET 2
The road to new partners for public television and a new delivery mechanism for content

Steve Vedro, S. R. Vedro Consulting

 October 17, 2001

Technical Track

DISTRIBUTED DIGITAL CONTENT FOR BROADCAST

Frank B. Logan, Motorola Broadband Communications Sector

"CENTRAL CASTING" PANACEA OR PERIL?

Jerry Berger, Agile Vision

WEBCASTING CHALLENGES IN THE DTV AREA

Paul Schwantes, Leitch, Inc.

LOOKING FORWARD TO DTV - DON'T LOOK BACK

Jerry Butler, PBS

MASTER CONTROL - IT SURE DOESN'T LOOK LIKE IT USED TO

Craig Beardsley, Sony Electronics, Inc.

TRANSMISSION AUTOMATION AND DTV MANAGEMENT

John E. Wadle, Encoda
Mark Corl, Triveni Digital, Inc.

PSIP PROGRAM AND SYSTEM INFORMATION AND PROTOCOL

George Anderson, Thomcast Communications Broadcast and Multimedia Division

DELIVERING DIGITAL TV VIEWERS

Jill Ungs, Decisionmark
John Bear, Decisionmark