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Joint Philadelphia SMPTE/SCTE Meeting Notice

Guests and Non-members welcome
50 Attendee Limit – RSVP required

Date:
Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
6:00pm – Refreshments  (courtesy Comcast)
7:00pm – Presentation

Admission Fee:
No charge

Location:
Comcast Center
1701 JFK Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19103
Check in with Lobby Security and wait for an escort to the meeting area. Late arrivals (7pm) may not be allowed entrance.

Hosts:
Derek Flickinger & Greg Hecker – Comcast

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Presentation: Speaking of Consumption Devices: Bringing Home the Bits

Walk into any big box electronics store and you are confronted with an epic number of three letter acronyms (TLAs). From UHD to HDR to WCG – and don’t forget 4K – there’s a lot to take in. Just as viewers are changing, so are the devices on which they are ‘bingeing’. Peter Putman, Technology Consultant with Kramer Electronics, explains what the TLAs mean, but also where the technologies and standards behind the acronyms stand.

Presenter: Pete Putman Kramer Electronics

Peter H. Putman, CTS®, ISF, is president of ROAM Consulting LLC in Doylestown, PA. A 37-year veteran of the AV Industry, Pete provides consulting, training and product testing/development services to manufacturers, dealers, distributors, and end users.

Pete has written extensively on digital video and display technology for numerous consumer and trade magazines, and is a frequent speaker at major trade shows and technical conferences, including the SMPTE annual technology conference, the NAB trade show, the Hollywood Post Alliance Technology Retreat, and the InfoComm International trade show.


PLEASE RSVP
  Please RSVP your attendance to rsvp2@philasmpte.org with
the names of those attending, your contact info, and your affiliation.
There is a 50 attendee limit for this event.
RSVPs received after the limit is reached
will be placed on a waiting list and notified.



Parking/Public Transit:

Google Map of parking lots near the Comcast Center: http://bit.ly/2oldxna
The Comcast Center is directly accessible from Suburban Station for trains and SEPTA.

See you there!

 

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