Ground breaking advances in storage technology are paving the way to empower broadcasters to fully utilize IT storage systems. Taking advantage of state-of-the-art machine learning techniques, IT innovators now deliver storage systems that are more resilient, flexible, and reliable than at any time in the history of broadcast television.
Japan’s largest cable operator Jupiter Telecommunications (JCOM) has selected Verimatrix as its provider of analytics relating to audience behavior and content consumption.
The data and workflow solutions specialist is inviting attendees to a ‘Knowledge Zone’ to learn more about media management, storage and asset protection.
With a stated goal of helping media organizations address rising costs and quality issues for multi-platform, multi-versioned content distribution, at the 2019 NAB Show Telestream will demonstrate new products and workflows that address content creators, owners and distributors from creation to distribution under the umbrella of the Telestream Cloud.
TSL Products has launched a worldwide Training Program for its Broadcast Control System to ensure that users can deploy the full capabilities of the system, and to help engineers understand how it can be configured to assist with existing and future projects.
Looking for maximum flexibility as well as ease of use for operators (including non-technical staff), French broadcaster TF1 has deployed a facility control system from Axon Digital Design to manage its new Riedel Communications distributed audio/video router.
“More video content is viewed today than ever before, but with more devices, more choice, more platforms and a fragmented viewing market, how does a content owner use MAM and IMF to improve their business?”
New TV Channel-in-a-Box (CiaB) solutions provide TV stations and web-streamers a high-quality output with the flexibility to add new channels using the same hardware.