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Jim DeChant, Head of Live Streaming Playback Operations, Prime Video, has more than 35 years of television industry experience. Throughout his career, he has focused on utilizing best-of-class technologies to develop content creation and distribution systems for news, entertainment, educational and advertising systems. From his early days in as a cable TV producer, he has focused on the efficient program production for community producers and local origination facilities. In 2008, with the advent of video-over-IP technologies, he created an all-IP playout system used by television and cable operators today. Formerly Vice President of Technology at News-Press & Gazette Broadcasting, he focused on web and mobile streaming, over-the-top file-based content and NEXTGEN TV broadcast transmission.
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