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InfoComm 2015: Michael Artsis Puts TalkShow to Work

June 18, 2015 by Chuck Baker’s Michael Artsis is streaming live from the show floor at InfoComm this week, covering the latest in professional AV technology. TriCaster is powering the multi-camera live production and streaming to a worldwide web audience and attendees on the show floor.  Artsis is also using the NewTek TalkShow video calling production system to interview important developers and vendors via Skype from all corners of the world not able to attend, some from as far away as Israel.


In the video clip above, Artsis and NewTek’s Ellen Camloh are joined by Rex Olson from his home in Los Angeles (at about 6:55). Rex’s signal is also connected to a TriCaster, taking advantage of a built-in virtual set. A separate TalkShow unit from his house maximizes his signal quality (TalkShow-to-TalkShow) and demonstrates the amazing new possibilities this technique brings to broadcast and web interviews.

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Michael Artsis interviews a guest in Israel via TalkShow.

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