With this year’s Super Bowl LVI telecast coming smack dab in the middle of the Winter Olympics, NBC Sports crews will have their hands full. Having to navigate both high profile events on the same day, NBC is calling it the “one of the greatest days in the history of television sports [production]” and a “Once In A Lifetime” event.
If you are going to try and convey the bone-rattling power of nitro-fueled cars drag racing down a quarter-mile track to viewers at home, what better way than to mix it in Dolby Atmos?
M-S techniques provide useful sound-field positioning and a convenient way to check mono compatibility. We explain the hard science behind this often misunderstood technique.
In the previous part of this series, we highlighted how Connected TVs are currently asserting their position in the world of OTT, which is driving D2C streamers to seriously consider how to scale their services. But what are D2C streamers planning for our future viewing experience?
In the last article in this series, we looked at how optimizing workflows improves reliability, and enhances agility and responsiveness. In this article, we investigate advanced monitoring systems to improve data analysis and aid optimization.
The dramatic climax of the 2021 Formula 1 racing season on 12th December gave a huge boost to TV viewing of the event around the world.
John Hunter holds a unique distinction among broadcast audio mixers: he was the A1 for the NBA Raptors vs. Pelicans basketball game in November 2018, one of the very first sports events to be produced in immersive Dolby Atmos sound with 4K HDR picture for live distribution to homes across North America.
Optimization gained from transitioning to the cloud isn’t just about saving money, it also embraces improving reliability, enhancing agility and responsiveness, and providing better visibility into overall operations.