Myers, developer of broadcast management software, announced key roles it will play at this years’ PBS Technology Conference April 2-4 at Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas. Myers, a silver level sponsor of the conference, will have exhibit space in booth #138 and will be participating in three conference sessions as presenters and/or panelist.
The PBS TechCon serves as an opportunity for professionals in the Public Television Industry to come together to foster new ideas through education, professional development, and technology. In alignment with that focus, Myers’ CEO, Crist Myers, and CTO, Tracy Carter will join station colleagues to talk to how the traditional role of traffic is changing and a how a sales-oriented approach to trafficking drives a more efficient workflow in the session entitled ‘The Evolution of Traffic in Public Media’.
Additionally, Myers’ is sponsoring an exclusive session called ‘ProTrack Boot Camp’ where their product specialists will talk to users on ways to maximize the ProTrack software system.
“We are a very proud supporter of the PBS Technology Conference and have been for many years,” said Nancy Carter, Director of Sales and Customer Relations, Myers. “The large number of our PBS member station clients attend the show which provides an opportune time for us to connect and collaborate at an industry level on opportunities and challenges – while simultaneously discussing new ways to strategically improve efficiencies for the future.”
Conference sessions that Myers will be participating, include:
• The Evolution of Traffic in Public Media, Wednesday 4/2 at 2PM
• ProTrack Boot Camp, Wednesday 4/2 at 4:30PM
• The Continuing Adventures of NRT, Thursday 4/3 at 4PM
Additionally, Myers’ will have a team member dedicated to the PBS non real-time content distribution system demo and exhibit area to talk to the latest developments and answer any questions.
Formerly known as Myers Information Systems, the company has been developing broadcast management software since 1989. Myers provides technology and services for television, radio and other digital media providers designed to improve every aspect of their operations, from contracting to invoicing, media management to scheduling, and from trafficking to reconciliation.