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Stephen Whiting, director for Newsy, running the show from his home using Viz Mosart newsroom automation software.

News Production Technologies Support Seamless Working From HomeMarch 5th 2021 - 09:00 AM

With the pandemic’s alarming numbers now decreasing, news anchors have carefully begun reporting from the studio again, albeit in separate parts of the building and socially distanced. However, the IP-enabled technology and remote workflows developed by equipment vendors across the industry during the worst of it have endured and will for some time. These new tools allow reporters, producers and technicians to work from home by streamlining the process of producing a newscast.

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The Super Bowl LV EFC staff will check-in, label and confirm that RF devices won

RF At Super Bowl LVFebruary 4th 2021 - 09:00 AM

The #1 rule of live broadcasting is that things tend to fail at the worst possible time. The greater the ratings, the more likely something highly unlikely but mission-critical will fail, broadcast RF and wireless communication systems included. Count on it.

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Essential Guide: PTP V2.1 – New Security & Monitoring For IP Broadcast InfrastructuresJanuary 27th 2021 - 09:30 AM

Timing accuracy has been a fundamental component of broadcast infrastructures for as long as we’ve transmitted television pictures and sound. The time invariant nature of frame sampling still requires us to provide timing references with sub microsecond accuracy.

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Remote distributed workflows from any continent.

Tech + Media Predictions 2021 - Part 1January 4th 2021 - 09:00 AM

The industry experienced futureshock head-on in 2020. The impact will take a long time to unwind but it’s already clear that some changes will be profound and not all of them bad. These changes include remote workflow permanency, virtual production shifts from exotic to routine and genuine efforts to save the planet. Here’s hoping.

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Remotely controlled operations helped broadcasters resume live sports coverage despite strict safety measures.

2020 In Review: Industry Bruised But Not BeatenDecember 23rd 2020 - 09:00 AM

There’s no way to sugarcoat it: The pandemic has had a highly disruptive effect on video production and distribution in 2020 and many agree it will be felt for several years. The inability for people to gather safely has made it impossible for full-scale video production to go ahead as it did before. Yet, the industry has risen to the challenge in a myriad of ways and learned to be more efficient in the process.

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The GV Media Universe is a virtual world of applications and microservices powered by the company’s Agile Media Processing Platform.

SaaS To Be Core Of Grass Valley Business Going ForwardOctober 13th 2020 - 11:00 AM

With its core business in live sports production, Grass Valley has seen its revenue contract significantly over the past eight months but with a new integrated software-defined product roadmap, it looks to bounce back while “reducing the pain” of migrating to IP. This insight, and more, was revealed during a virtual press conference presented by company management in early October.

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The best part about virtual trade shows is no lines, no tipping, comfortable chairs and instant replays.

Bonded Cellular Links Move Forward Without ShowsOctober 12th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Changing TV station dynamics, new markets, and new technologies are driving wireless remote broadcasting link solution innovations.

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KABB Chief Meteorologist Alex Garcia on air from his living room green-screen wall.

KABB’s Chief Meteorologist Shares His Successful Broadcasting From Home FormulaOctober 2nd 2020 - 09:00 AM

When the pandemic began shutting down TV stations in the spring of this year, journalists and producers were left to figure out how to work from home and set up technical systems they were very unfamiliar with. In many cases panic set in.

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