The ever-increasing use of small broadcast quality HD cameras with wide angle or fisheye lenses have become increasingly prevalent. Their use can be found in live broadcast applications such as sport, ENG, wildlife programming, and reality TV, with non-broadcast use in medical, forensics/security and online gaming.
The speed and reliability of the internet has made it possible for broadcasters to use it as a cost-effective low-latency contribution link. A Monday afternoon BEIT session will explain what’s being done to make the internet perform best for broadcasters.
It seems everyone, at least in this business, wants to be part of high-visibility production or broadcast. Well, such events do not get much bigger than the annual Super Bowl broadcast or NASCAR productions.
Anyone with a story worth telling should only be limited by their creativity, not their technical prowess.
One of the most critical components of any studio is a large diaphragm condenser microphone. It is the centerpiece of the studio’s sound. But how do you take care of these mics? Here is a guide.
The times they are a changin’ and faster than ever. For the first time, digital advertising in the United States will surpass the amount of money spent on traditional ads used by television and print media, a research firm predicts.
The latest EnGo mobile transmitter, support for SMPTE 2110, and enhancements to contribution, distribution, and connectivity solutions are a touted.
Philo T. Farnsworth was the original TV pioneer. When he transmitted the first picture from a camera to a receiver in another room in 1927, he exclaimed to technicians helping him, “There you are – electronic television!” What’s never been quoted but likely the first question raised was “What do we do with it?”