Paul BriscoeChief Architect at TAG Video Systems
Briscoe has worked in the media technology and engineering business for his entire career. From his 14 years building production systems at CBC in Canada to his nearly 20 as R&D Manager at Leitch Technology (Imagine today), his knowledge and experience cover the spectrum from at-scale systems-building to product design and development with remarkable breadth and depth.
For the past 5 years he has provided consultation to several leading broadcast manufacturers and users. He has the unique ability to communicate equally with users and engineers and loves design and collaboration. He is a chronic learner and helplessly curious. A member of SMPTE and IEEE, and a SMPTE Fellow, Briscoe is an active contributor to Standards development. He is a Past Chair of the Toronto SMPTE Section and currently serves as Canadian Governor of the Society.
He is a deep expert in timing and synchronisation, is a participant in the further development of the SMPTE 2110 IP technology suite and has co-led the JT-NM Interop Testing programs for ST 2059 and ST 2110. Briscoe holds several patents, has delivered a multitude of technical papers to conference and committee audiences including NAB, SMPTE, IBC, IEEE, PBS, AES, EBU and IRT, and is a Student Mentor in Ryerson University’s Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Over his career, he has developed and taught technology courses at several local colleges and for SMPTE.