Amazon's Ramberg to Keynote NAB Show Media Management in the Cloud Conference

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Amazon's Ramberg to Keynote NAB Show Media Management in the Cloud Conference

Feb 5, 2014 12:34 PM

Washington, DC - Feb 5, 2014 - Mark Ramberg, general manager, media and entertainment, Amazon Web Services, will keynote the 2014 NAB Show Media Management in the Cloud Conference on April 8 in Las Vegas. Ramberg's keynote will address how cloud services have enabled media and entertainment companies to address the challenges and complexity of offering consumers content anytime, anywhere, and on any device. He will also explore how cloud services can be leveraged to meet ever-increasing infrastructure demands of upstream workflow scenarios, such as film production and broadcast. In addition, he will discuss insights and trends that will lead to increased efficiency and collapsing cost structures for the media industry.

At Amazon Web Services (AWS), Ramberg's team focuses on how the media industry can leverage the AWS cloud for media storage, processing and distribution. Ramberg has held various technical, business and leadership roles for both startup and Fortune 100 software companies. Throughout his career, he has used his passion for digital media technology to influence the media industry.

The Media Management in the Cloud Conference is produced in partnership with the Entertainment Technology Center at the University of Southern California. Held April 8-9 and, it will provide an overview of how cloud-based solutions positively impact each stage of content distribution, including production, delivery and storage. The program draws media professionals involved in content creation, software applications, film distribution, production and post-production.

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