Panellists confirmed for RedShark Connect, Berlin, June 25th. Last few free tickets remaining

Written by David Shapton

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This Tuesday evening, 25th June 2019, RedShark is hosting an evening of advice and know-how about live streaming and how to produce content for it. Confirmed panellists include Alex Hobern, new media expert and winner of UK Channel 4's The Circle. If you're in Berlin or can get there by Tuesday evening, there's free food and drinks, and a live demonstration of the latest in streaming technology

RedShark's Connect events are uniquely different to trade shows. They're smaller, so you spend more time talking to our partners (manufacturers) and other people who work in the same field as you. But what makes them really stand out is that they're built around a complete workflow. For the first time ever, you can see manufacturers working together, with the single aim of demonstrating a complete production workflow. 

On Tuesday 25th of June, we're taking our sucessful format to Berlin, one of Europe's liveliest technology hotspots. We'll be demonstrating a complete live streaming production with our partners, some of the best brands in the industry, including professional cameras from Sony, live production equipment from NewTek, NDI solutions from BirdDog, and live animation software from Adobe.

On the panel, we'll have

Alex Hobern

Alex Hobern is an experienced content creator and TV/radio personality whose original comedy sketches bridge the gap between digital and television media. As a creative lead at UniLad and head of content at Fnatic, Alex has a firm grasp of what it takes to create trending content.

Liam Hayter

Based in London with over 18 years experience as a creative technologist, Liam graduated from Central Saint Martins with BA Hons in Fine Art 4D (Digital media) and has gone on to work across a wide range of projects and fields in both production and post.

Julia Young

Julia works in children's TV animation in London, specialising in artwork, design and rigging. She has worked with Adobe Character Animator on various brands including 'Mr Bean' and 'Danger Mouse'. Other credits include 'Aliens Love Underpants And...' and 'Simon's Cat'. If you've ever wondered how animation can be part of a live stream, you're about to find out!

David Shapton (Chair)

Editor in Chief of RedShark Media for seven years. Previously worked with Atomos as European President. A lifelong writer and composer (once wrote a ballet score for the Irish National Ballet), more recently David has beein involved in several live streaming productions, hosting and presenting live to worldwide audiences. 


Visitors to a previous RedShark Connect

RedShark Connect: Live Production and Streaming for Video Makers brings this one-of-a-kind experience to Berlin. The next edition of RedShark Connect will demonstrate a live production and streaming workflow featuring the tools and technology needed to deliver your content straight to viewers’ television, desktop or mobile device.

Sign up for this amazing event. Remember, spaces are limited. It's free, including food and drink. It starts at 18:30 on Tuesday 25th June.

Register here

Link takes you to an EventBrite registration page. You must click on this link to get a free ticket.

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