Tektronix Addresses Video Test & Measurement Challenges with Video Insight 2010 Seminar Series
Tektronix, Inc., the market leader in broadcast video test, monitoring and analysis solutions, announced the start of its Video Insight 2010 Seminar Series across the US and Canada. The free seminar series is a unique hands-on program that will provide attendees new techniques for addressing post production and broadcast challenges. In addition to Tektronix engineers being onsite, the seminar will also include renowned color correction expert Steve Hullfish. The six city tour begins in Burbank, CA on July 20, 2010 and travels throughout the US during the summer, ending in Toronto, Canada on August 12, 2010 (see below for the complete schedule).
In today's economic climate, engineers are finding it hard to meet face-to-face with industry innovators and experts to learn about new testing technologies and techniques. In response, Tektronix is bringing both the technology and the expertise directly to engineers through the summer Video Insight Seminar Series.
Tektronix engineers and well-known industry experts will be sharing the latest techniques with specific tutorials focused on the following:
“As digital video evolves, a new class of test and measurement tools to accommodate new, faster and often more complex technologies are required. We are committed to helping broadcast video professionals understand the challenges they face and the new techniques available to meet those challenges,” said Eben Jenkins, General Manager, Video Test at Tektronix, Inc. “The Video Insight Seminar Series provides an easy and convenient way to have hands-on access to the latest video test and measurement technologies and techniques.”
Seminar Series Schedule & Registration
For more details and to register for the event please go to www.tektronix.com/videoinsights. The free six city seminar tour will make the following stops and sessions run 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m. with lunch included:
In addition, Tektronix hosts over 40 other seminars covering gamut, broadcast data, loudness and MPEG around the United States. To find out more about a video focused seminar happening in a city near you, please call (503)627-4720 or visit www.tektronix.com
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