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The Workflow Show

The Workflow Show

The Workflow Show is CHESA’s bi-weekly podcast. Going into its ninth year, we interview industry experts, visionaries and
innovators; cover all the steps in the Media Supply Chain; share
tips; and offer some Workflow Therapy. This is our passion.

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#70 Accessibility in Digital Media and Digital Content Development with Joe Devon, CEO of Diamond and Co-Founder of Global Accessibility Awareness Day

On this episode of The Workflow Show, Ben Kilburg and Jason Whetstone speak to Joe Devon, CEO of Diamond, a product design firm focused on digital accessibility and widening access to digital resources for all. Along with telling the story of co-foun...

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#69 Accessing Massive Video Storage Systems in the Cloud with George Dochev, Co-Founder and CTO at LucidLink

On this episode of The Workflow Show, Ben and Jason bring on George Dochev, the Co-Founder and CEO of LucidLink. LucidLink is a “Cloud Native NAS-replacement” that provides a solution for cloud-based video storage and utilizes block storage mecha...

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#68 API First Live Video and Media Ingest with Cinedeck

On this episode of The Workflow Show, hosts Jason and Ben welcome from Cinedeck Jane Sung, COO, Charles d’Autremont, Product Development, and Ilya Derets, Project Manager. They discuss Cinedeck as a live media ingest solution, including what intere...

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#67 Rapid Media Production in the Age of Remote Global Collaboration with Jack Wenzinger, Global Lead M&E Content Production & Matt Herson, Principal ...

On this episode of The Workflow Show, Jason and Ben bring in Jack Wenzinger, Global Lead M&E Content Production & Matt Herson, Principal Content Production Specialist at Amazon Web Services (AWS), to talk about their recent partnership with t...

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The 357 Model

The 357 Model: A Strategic Framework for Technology Management

No technology plan or model is bulletproof (and yes, pun intended), but embracing a 3-5-7 model for technology analysis, expansion, refresh, and retirement helps organizations stay at the cutting edge of innovation while keeping their systems fully supported. This model isn’t a universal fix for every type of te...

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