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Steve Winter discusses CES and the future of trade shows @ CES 2021

Tech Podcast Network

Every year during CES, we expose a little bit of inside baseball about how our show or the industry works. This year, we got the opportunity to speak with Steve Winter, president and founder of Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting. Steve has been a long-time friend of the Tech Podcasts Network team, and we feature several of his clients annually. This year, Steve brought us 5 companies: Cutii, Domalys, Publidata, GoSun, and Clean Air Zone. But, as we have worked together for years, the conversation naturally went to the future of trade shows. With CES going virtual, we experienced new problems. Depending on the length of the lockdowns, there is a possibility of a lot more like this. Different events are planning to address them in different ways. Some are looking to follow CES’s lead. Others are looking for virtual equivalents of physical shows. Both have their ups and downs, and only time will tell which works best. Fortunately for us, the way CES decided to handle virtualization worked well. However, exhibitors might have preferred a closer to traditional representation. One thing we noticed was that there was a lot less news during CES 2021. Steve pointed out that, under a normal CES there are around 4200 exhibitors. This year, the number was just under 2000. With fewer exhibitors, you can expect less news. But, we saw more than a 50% decrease. This suggested to Todd that those who were participating were not taking it as seriously as in years past. Steve points out that, with so many unknowns, companies spent extra time preparing their presentations. Todd and Steve present an inside view of the future of conferences, with decades of experience between them. To learn more about Steve’s work or to engage his PR services, head over to the Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting website. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central. Sponsored by: Get $5 to protect your credit card information online with Privacy. Amazon Prime gives you more than just free shipping. Get free music, TV shows, movies, videogames and more. The most flexible tools for podcasting. Get a 30 day free trial of storage and statistics. The post Steve Winter discusses CES and the future of trade shows @ CES 2021 appeared first on Tech Podcast Network.

9mins

4 Mar 2021

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Steve Winter discusses CES and the future of trade shows @ CES 2021

PLUGHITZ Live Presents (Audio)

DescriptionEvery year during CES, we expose a little bit of inside baseball about how our show or the industry works. This year, we got the opportunity to speak with Steve Winter, president and founder of Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting. Steve has been a long-time friend of the Tech Podcasts Network team, and we feature several of his clients annually. This year, Steve brought us 5 companies: Cutii, Domalys, Publidata, GoSun, and Clean Air Zone.But, as we have worked together for years, the conversation naturally went to the future of trade shows. With CES going virtual, we experienced new problems. Depending on the length of the lockdowns, there is a possibility of a lot more like this. Different events are planning to address them in different ways. Some are looking to follow CES's lead. Others are looking for virtual equivalents of physical shows. Both have their ups and downs, and only time will tell which works best. Fortunately for us, the way CES decided to handle virtualization worked well. However, exhibitors might have preferred a closer to traditional representation.One thing we noticed was that there was a lot less news during CES 2021. Steve pointed out that, under a normal CES there are around 4200 exhibitors. This year, the number was just under 2000. With fewer exhibitors, you can expect less news. But, we saw more than a 50% decrease. This suggested to Todd that those who were participating were not taking it as seriously as in years past. Steve points out that, with so many unknowns, companies spent extra time preparing their presentations. Todd and Steve present an inside view of the future of conferences, with decades of experience between them.To learn more about Steve's work or to engage his PR services, head over to the Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting website.Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central.Sponsored by: Get $5 to protect your credit card information online with Privacy. Amazon Prime gives you more than just free shipping. Get free music, TV shows, movies, videogames and more. The most flexible tools for podcasting. Get a 30 day free trial of storage and statistics.ParticipantsTodd CochraneGuestScott ErtzEpisode AuthorScott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLUGHITZ Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the rhythm game community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and helping with ROBOTICON Tampa Bay. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors, currently housed at AMRoC Fab Lab.InterviewPowered by Privacy

9mins

4 Mar 2021

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Steve Winter discusses CES and the future of trade shows @ CES 2021

PLUGHITZ Live Presents (Video)

DescriptionEvery year during CES, we expose a little bit of inside baseball about how our show or the industry works. This year, we got the opportunity to speak with Steve Winter, president and founder of Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting. Steve has been a long-time friend of the Tech Podcasts Network team, and we feature several of his clients annually. This year, Steve brought us 5 companies: Cutii, Domalys, Publidata, GoSun, and Clean Air Zone.But, as we have worked together for years, the conversation naturally went to the future of trade shows. With CES going virtual, we experienced new problems. Depending on the length of the lockdowns, there is a possibility of a lot more like this. Different events are planning to address them in different ways. Some are looking to follow CES's lead. Others are looking for virtual equivalents of physical shows. Both have their ups and downs, and only time will tell which works best. Fortunately for us, the way CES decided to handle virtualization worked well. However, exhibitors might have preferred a closer to traditional representation.One thing we noticed was that there was a lot less news during CES 2021. Steve pointed out that, under a normal CES there are around 4200 exhibitors. This year, the number was just under 2000. With fewer exhibitors, you can expect less news. But, we saw more than a 50% decrease. This suggested to Todd that those who were participating were not taking it as seriously as in years past. Steve points out that, with so many unknowns, companies spent extra time preparing their presentations. Todd and Steve present an inside view of the future of conferences, with decades of experience between them.To learn more about Steve's work or to engage his PR services, head over to the Brotman-Winter-Fried Consulting website.Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central.Sponsored by: Get $5 to protect your credit card information online with Privacy. Amazon Prime gives you more than just free shipping. Get free music, TV shows, movies, videogames and more. The most flexible tools for podcasting. Get a 30 day free trial of storage and statistics.ParticipantsTodd CochraneGuestScott ErtzEpisode AuthorScott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLUGHITZ Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the rhythm game community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and helping with ROBOTICON Tampa Bay. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors, currently housed at AMRoC Fab Lab.InterviewPowered by Privacy

9mins

4 Mar 2021

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Steve Winter: Revealing the dark side of America's private zoos

RNZ: Sunday Morning

There are more tigers in captivity in the United States than there are in the wild in Asia, thanks to Americans' growing appetites for posing for photos with big cats and their cubs. National Geographic photographer Steve Winter has previously photographed wild cats in places like Myanmar and Peru, but for his latest project he spent two years tracking the fates of those in private roadside zoos across the US, documenting their confinement, maltreatment and exploitation. He says its vitally important for people to understand what is happening to these cats, and the industry for breeding them - which has been bolstered by popular Netflix documentary series Tiger King.

15mins

17 Oct 2020

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EP. #18 Living The Authentic Life with Leisa Holland Nelson and Steve Winter

Living The Authentic Life

On today's Living The Authentic Life podcast we connected with former Woman Of Distinction Leisa Holland Nelson who has used her entrepreneurial skills and instincts to help other women in business and her passion for being of service to better the lives of many. And together with her business partner Steve Winter they have taken web development to new levels with Astoundz Company through a shared commitment to their clients' authentic purpose.

48mins

2 Oct 2020

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4: CV Focus episode 4 - Steve Winter

CV Focus

British Gas is genuinely at the forefront of vehicle technology. Having started its electric vehicle (EV) journey in 2014, it’s already got 10% of its 10,000-strong UK van fleet as EVs. What’s more, as an EV100 signatory it has pledged to be totally zero-carbon by 2030. Can it achieve this? Matt Eisenegger puts this question to British Gas Head of Fleet Steve Winter, who explains what needs to be done, and the challenges that are ahead. As he starts to take delivery of 1,000 Vauxhall Vivaro-e vans (the UK’s largest single EV order to date) he explains how his fleet management team of six has risen to this challenge. With British Gas’ engineers’ vans all home-based, the tricky questions of home charging, how the energy is paid for and reimbursed and the need for on-call engineers to always have their van ready and available have been answered.  Steve explains how they’ve done this, and also how to deal with unexpected events, driven as a result of changes by local and national politicians to policy. And, that sometimes these policy changes don’t even have anything to do with transport, yet have unintended knock-on consequences. He also reveals the ‘unseen’ positive aspects of EVs’ total cost of ownership (TCO), which mean that British Gas is seeing around £800-1,000 per year TCO savings per EV. He also addresses some of the wider problems that have yet to be tackled - from the limited range of vehicles available, to public infrastructure payment methods and how to heat the vans’ drivers. Now, with six years and two-million EV miles under the fleet’s belt, Steve is one of the most experienced EV fleet operators in the UK, meaning that this episode is packed with useful tips and pointers - not least on where we might be in 10 years’ time…

30mins

4 Sep 2020

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Steve Winter – The Real Tiger King

B&H Photography Podcast

On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome National Geographic photographer Steve Winter back to the program. Winter joined us, in 2016, to discuss his wildlife photography, specifically his work photographing cougars in the hills of Los Angeles, California, and today we will be discussing tigers. Over the past several years, Winter has been working on stories about tigers, initially in Sumatra, Thailand, and India, but most recently in the United States, where there are more tigers in captivity than exist in their increasingly shrinking natural habitats in Asia. The majority of these tigers are pets, are in sanctuaries, or are used as part of small private zoos and tourist attractions. His most recent story for NatGeo, which was honored with a 2020 World Press Photo award, explores this phenomenon—the good, the bad, and very ugly of it. We speak with Winter about the production and research for this series, about photographing the animals, as well as the owners, handlers, and tourists, and the dangers of each. We discuss how he utilized his news and documentary skills, in addition to his wildlife photography experience, and about the gear decisions he made to help bring this story to life. We also dig into the practice of breeding, crossbreeding, and maintaining predator cats for profit and the issues of illegal trafficking, tiger farms, and of legitimate sanctuaries. Finally, we focus on the positive changes that have come from Winter’s many stories on the world’s big cats. Guest: Steve Winter Photograph © Steve Winter for National Geographic

32mins

23 Apr 2020

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Shelter In Place Series #7--Steve Winter (Generations Brewing Co.)

Flyover States Podcast

Flyover States Podcast Shelter In Place Series #7Guest: Steve Winter (Generations Brewing Co.)Recorded 04/16/2020 FSE Basement StudioWelcome to the Flyover States Podcast. Featuring real conversations about the people, places, and events happening in Northwest Illinois and the Midwest lifestyle in general. My guest for this Shelter In Place Series is Steve Winter. He is the owner of Generations Brewing Company in Freeport, Illinois. We talked about how the brewery is maintaining its operations during the shelter in place orders. www.GENERATIONSBREWING.COMThanks for listening and please help the show by spreading the word. Share a link, comment, Rate, review, and follow on social media. #freeportillinois #stephensoncounty #northwestillinois #815 #midwest #midwestlife #flyoverstates #flyoverstatespodcast #smalltown #smalltownlife #podcast #smallbusiness #entrepreneur #pearlcity #hometown #downtown #supportsmallbusinessTo email the show for questions or booking contactFlyoverstatespod@gmail.comFacebook:www.facebook.com/flyoverstatespodcastInstagram: @FlyoverstatespodTwitter: @flyoverstatepodSoundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/flyoverstatespodApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/flyover-states-podcast/id1205811786Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2JNSNeEAysNk1dUaV8vwFr?si=kU9ommXEReqGYFAo9sNj0QGoogle Play: Flyover States Podcast Support for the show come from these places. Flyover States Entertainmentwww.facebook.com/flyoverstatesentertainmentYouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXSmPsOGG1SfSq8aDGpsSlg

28mins

17 Apr 2020

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Steve Winter | New Big 5 Podcast With Graeme Green

New Big 5

Steve Winter is an American photographer who has photographed wildlife from Cuba to Russia, his work appearing in National Geographic, Time, GEO and more. He was the 2008 Wildlife Photographer of the Year and is also a World Press Photo award winner. He’s photographed all kinds of animals but it’s his work on big cats he’s most famous for, many of which he’s now fighting to save.In this podcast, we talk about Steve’s love of big cats and his work to protect cat species around the world, including India’s tigers and jaguars in South America. He also discusses his early assignments, his iconic photos, getting stuck in quicksand, how great pictures require commitment, including epic long-term shoots, and his close call with death during a wild assignment.

33mins

9 Apr 2020

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Eye of the Tiger: Wildlife Photography with Steve Winter (22.09.19)

Morning Majlis

Nat Geo and wildlife photographer Steve Winter joins the Morning Majlis to share his incredible stories and encounters with the Big Cats. In this interview, Steve also shares an important message on conservation. Listen to #Pulse95Radio in the UAE by tuning in on your radio (95.00 FM) or online on our website: www.pulse95radio.com Follow us on Social. www.facebook.com/pulse95radio www.twitter.com/pulse95radio www.instagram.com/pulse95radio

22mins

30 Sep 2019

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