UBMS to host IABM workflow course

IABM broadcast technology workflow course at UBMS Training Academy on 21-22 August
Richard Lackey, product specialist, UBMS.
Richard Lackey, product specialist, UBMS.

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United Broadcast (UBMS) in collaboration with IABM is hosting a broadcast technology workflow course on 21st and 22nd of August, 2016 at its training academy in Dubai.

The two-day workshop is for anyone in the media technology industry needing to understand the full breadth of broadcast workflows – marketing, product managers and technical employees.

Attendees will be given an understanding of workflows and integration and considers the changes in the market from the convergence of today to the challenges of tomorrow. It highlights that broadcasters and service providers need different types of products and services than in the past, and explains what impact, and explains what impact the need for automation will have on understanding customer’s requirements.

Interested parties can register or request further information by contacting: info@unitedbroadcast.com

 

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