Las Vegas: One of the top 3 conversations across this year’s massive CES was ATSC 3.0, the country’s new broadcast standard covering the top 40 US markets plus 21 secondary markets by the end of 202. Sony, Samsung, and LG have also announced 20 in 2020! with at least 20 new models this year featuring the ATSC 3.0 tuner. Steve and a group of dedicated, excited storytellers from the Advanced Television Systems Committee introduced ATSC 3.0 for the first time at CES to thousands of excited tech-heads and got massive press across the event.
SAN DIEGO: Steve was back with Cisco at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference, gathering adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities to discuss future trends in Kubernetes, AWS, CloudCenter, AppDynamics, Google Hybrid Cloud, Network Mesh, and Cisco StealthWatch.
MIAMI: Steve returned to coach leadership and session speakers then emcee Florida International University Online’s Annual Conference for the 8th time. All week long, Steve helped tell the future vision higher education story for one of America’s top 100 public universities and the nation’s top 20 for online graduate studies. This year’s keynote speaker was Ben Nemtin, co-author of the NYT Bestseller What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? and creator, executive producer and cast member of MTV series The Buried Life.
LAS VEGAS: Steve Multer. Corporate Storytelling. spent an amazing week coaching Splunk executives, engineers, thought leaders, and partners on keynote, super session and breakout presentation skills for Splunk’s annual user group conference of over 11,000. Steve and co-trainer, Linda Kruse, helped dozens of speakers to create powerful, meaningful storytelling and turn data into action for the world’s premiere Data to Everything platform.
NEW YORK: Every aspect of the National Association of Broadcasters Show in New York is designed to offer a new outlook on media and technology. Steve Multer. Corporate Storytelling. and Pearl TV were front and center with the new broadcast standard ATSC 3.0 delivering NextGenTV to the industry and the consortium of OEMs, media distributors, content providers, and affiliate stations working together to bring ATSC 3.0 to the market in 2020.
MIAMI: Steve has hosted conferences for Florida International University Online since 2011 and InnovedCon is all about creative instructional course design in higher education. This year’s event featured guest speakers Richard Casper, Nashra Balagamwala, and other educators changing lives through their creative approaches to learning and investing in students.
BRUSSELS: Larry Wyatt represented SM.CS. for both OMET and Durst at Labelexpo Europe, the world’s largest event for the label and package printing industry. OMET is a wonderful longtime client, made up of five companies and manufacturing plants in Italy. Durst is a newer client for us, and a world-leading manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies.
BRUSSELS: Steve joined the Gallus team for the 17th year at Labelexpo Europe, the world’s largest event for the label and package printing industry, to talk flexo, digital, inline, and the strongest, highest caliber equipment from this venerable leading Swiss press manufacturer.
MIAMI: Steve Multer. Corporate Storytelling. was the emcee for the 10th Annual Cisco Contact Center Summit in Miami, welcoming over 1,100 peers and experts from the Cisco Contact Center and Collaboration ecosystem at this exciting two-day, information-packed event for networking with industry leading innovators. In addition to the latest and greatest in Cisco contact center, calling, and collaboration, steve was also honored to moderate an amazing Women in Collaboration forum with Cisco luminaries Aruna Ravichandran, Lorissa Horton, Pegah Ebrahimi, Cherie Caldwell, plus the inspiring Tamara Jensen from T-Mobile.
NEW YORK: Steve returned to Convene 42nd St. in New York to once again help host the NEDAS (Northeast Distributed Antenna System coalition) summit, welcoming 400 of the leading thought-makers, designers, and disrupters in wireless and wireline in-building communications and service providers.