After a long two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, the television industry is starting to get back to normal. When the pandemic hit in 2020 the TV industry had to tranistion to remote production and even though with the world opening back up, remote production is here to stay.
"A good chunk of news has always been produced remotely, of course, with reporters and videographers heading into the field to cover breaking events. But advances in technology such as remote desktop access and cloud-based editing now allow producers, editors and other staffers to perform key functions at home that they previously did onsite. And many are continuing to work remotely, at least part of the time."
Glen Dickson, TVNewsCheck
Although many workers are egar to get back to the office and out in the field a balance of remote work just might be the trick. Using cloud-based worflows allow for at home interviews and guests to join, something that is now accepted by the audience. Companies like Avid are allowing their teams to work from home. Avid’s new cloud-based Avid | Edit on Demand system is making it possible.
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