Community Roundtables

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Tuesday, October 20, 2020 to Friday, October 23, 2020

Participate in a live, open dialogue with like-minded professionals during one of these curated and facilitated roundtable sessions. Session features a 20-minute presentation followed by a facilitated group discussion.

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Roundtable space and times are limited; reserve your spot now by adding the desired Roundtable to your registration:

Tuesday, October 20

12 – 1 p.m. ET

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New challenges have arisen in the media industry on every level as the COVID-19 pandemic forced the workforce to go virtual, production processes to go remote and increased viewership of local news. These challenges have presented opportunities to for startups to help large media companies to quickly pivot with the industry’s needs. Hear from a select group of SPROCKIT startups who are thriving in this new normal. A discussion on what’s needed next will be open to the audience.

Wednesday, October 21

12 – 1 p.m. ET

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Join us for live community focused round table about streaming and fan engagement. Featuring an open discussion with industry experts from esports, churches, trade shows, entertainment, and other industries. You will learn strategic and tactical approaches these professionals use to get audiences to watch, interact with the content and directly engage with their streamed offerings.

Featured Speakers

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Amy Bobchek

CRO

Advocado
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Philippe Brodeur

Founder & CEO

Overcast HQ
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Jeanette Depatie

Managing Partner

StoryTech
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Noam Dromi

Managing Director

Reboot Studios
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Callum Hanlon

Executive Producer, Original Content

Twitch
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Tim Hanlon

CEO

Vetere Group
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Randa Minkarah

Co-Founder & COO

Resonance AI
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Jeremy Muir

CEO

FNTECH
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Dan O’Connor

Producing Artistic Director

Impro Theatre
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Shawn Quintero

Church Media Consultant

The Legacy Tribe
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Lori H. Schwartz

Principal

StoryTech
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John Van Wagner

Chief Commercial Officer, Wildmoka

How to Access Community Roundtables

To attend these roundtables you must have the Zoom application downloaded on your computer. We encourage starting this process well in advance of any sessions you wish to view.

  1. Make sure you’ve registered for the Marketplace Pass and your desired Roundtable Pass prior to the start of the event.
  2. If you’ve not already done so, log in via the link in the upper right corner of the page (NOTE: when logged in, you should see your name in the upper right corner instead of “Log in”)
  3. If you’ve not already done so, be sure to download Zoom prior to the start of the event. If you don’t yet have a zoom account, you’ll need to create one to join the session.
  4. Click the roundtable link above then click the “Join Meeting” button beginning 30 minutes prior to the session start time. DO NOT share your Zoom link; it is unique to you. You will no longer be able to access the content if anyone you shared it with logs in before you do. One link is good for one participant.
  5. If the expected time has passed and you don’t see a button on the session page, hit the refresh button on your screen. Be sure you’re registered for the right program and are logged in.

NAB will be endeavoring to get all Zoom content posted for on-demand viewing within 48 hours after the session completes and content will be available for viewing on the site for at least 30 days following the event’s end. Your pass will continue to grant you access to this content post-event.

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