The voice user experience is quickly becoming part of our daily lives and many broadcasters are finding that their audience have already found them on these platforms. Now what?
“Hey Alexa!” the NAB’s senior director, technology education and outreach Brian Savoie will be here to help attendees at the 2019 Great Lakes Media Show March 5 and 6 at the Lansing Center.
Brian will present ways broadcasters utilize the power of this technology to engage their audiences in new ways capitalizing on the renewed rise in at-home listening? His session will examine:
- the foundational differences between the different voice interactive/smart speaker platforms,
- provides an overview of the most recent market data,
- examines how this technology is being incorporated to a wide
- variety of consumer devices including television and radio,
- and a sense of where this market is going and how to learn more.
Brian produces compelling educational content for broadcasters across a variety of platforms in his role with the NAB. He is an award-winning writer and producer, specializing in non-profit and educational video production and has won multiple Cine and Telly Awards.
In 2007, Brian received the Cine Special Jury prize for producing Mesopotamia: From Nomads to Farmers. This award capped a fabulous run for this character driven story about life in ancient Mesopotamia.
In addition to these awards, Brian was part of the production team that claimed the ‘Outstanding Children’s Television Series’ EMMY for Greatest Inventions with Bill Nye.
Brian serves as a vice chair of the National Capital region chapter of the Producers Guild of America (PGA). He is also a member of the Board of Representatives for the PGA East. Brian is a member of the Television Academy (formerly, ATAS).