Working at the limits of broadcast technology, news providers are constantly stretching systems to deliver their story first. Discover how the winners operate and quickly master the technology they value.
In 2018, Rohde & Schwarz announced a new multi-user shared access storage system called SpycerNode. It offers a radically different approach to coping with broadcast & media storage requirements. In this article, we take a closer look to see how its approach differs and where this might add value to broadcasters, content owners and facilities.
In terms of new broadcast cameras, if the recent virtual IBC convention is any indication of how the industry is supporting broadcast and TV studio customers, buyer confusion reigns supreme. Gone are the days of one-camera-fits-all applications.
Rohde and Schwarz has evolved a heritage in the broadcast and media industry stretching over 70 years. Throughout this period, the company has developed a reputation as one of the leading developers of hardware-based technology solutions worldwide. However, recent years have seen Rohde & Schwarz placing far more emphasis on its software development skills.
Digital audio relies completely on sampling and no treatment of the subject can be complete without looking at how it works.
The Cloud is the future of live TV production.
Tests in Washington D.C. ABC and FOX affiliate newsrooms will reveal the first data on new NextGen TV systems and workflows.
Digital audio has a remarkably short history, but apart from a few enthusiasts of legacy technology, the takeover has been total.