Datavideo TVS-1000 Virtual Studio system, Ross Video INCEPTION and Autocue take center stage at SVN’s Broadcast Center February 10 through the 12th in Columbus.
The Ohio Educational Technology Conference is the third-largest state educational technology conference in the nation. Each year, more than 5,000 educational technology professionals and enthusiasts come together to explore the forefront of P-20 learning and innovation in Ohio.
At OETC, you'll be able to hear from state and national experts in over 400 educational sessions and visit more than 250 exhibitors spotlighting their products and services in all areas of educational technology. The 35,000 square foot trade show floor is sure to bring excitement to your conference experience!
For the second year the SVN Broadcast Center staffed with students from Hoover High School, North Canton, will be covering all aspects of OETC for future broadcasts. In addition to a complete news set for live interviews, a control room with the latest production equipment, on-air talent will be taking advantage of Autocue’s versatile and easy to use 17” teleprompters. These affordable units are well within the price range of any school needing prompters and accompanying software.
In addition to the newsroom, we will have the advantage of Datavideo’s NEW TVS-1000 Virtual Studio system for “on-location” work without ever leaving the Columbus Convention Center. This amazing trackless, single camera system, utilizing state-of-the-art technology allows educators to create and stream videos almost effortlessly. Watch the video below to understand the full effect.
Newscast content & social media content will be collaboratively planned, authored, approved, produced and published using Ross Video Inception. Hoover High School Students will use Inception’s Academic Version to create production rundowns, production scripts, manage live show timing, mange teleprompter control and simultaneously publish selected content to popular social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flicker and more. TV/Video Production and Digital Media Educators throughout North America are widely adopting Inception to meet their 2015 production requirements and instructional needs.