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The wide spectrum of successful CiaB solutions proves that one size doesn’t fit all stations or markets. Picture credit SGT.

A Look at 2019 Channel-In-A-Box SolutionsJanuary 17th 2019 - 12:05 PM

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.

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Data reflects the increasing demand for professional-grade video quality, a trend evident at this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Remote Links Moving to HEVCJanuary 3rd 2019 - 11:00 AM

LiveU’s 2018 ‘State of Live’ report says HEVC now represents 25% of worldwide traffic. In addition to growing HEVC adoption, data also indicates a 55% increase in live transmission hours and emergence of 4K resolution in live broadcasting.

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From Expando trailers to PTZs with off-site control rooms, 2019 promises to bring new live OB opportunities. Photo: TV Skyline GmbH.

A Broadcast Engineer’s Look Into the 2019 Crystal BallJanuary 2nd 2019 - 09:00 AM

Is the consumer electronics paradigm shift changing the soul of TV viewing? What role does broadcast TV play?

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Dedicated IP networks are making centralized remote production practical.

More IP Bandwidth Benefits Sports OBMarch 2nd 2016 - 11:00 AM

The cost-saving benefits of remote sports production via multiple IP live video transport streams are becoming standard at major sports event venues, and more widely available at other field locations.

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Super Bowl 15 - A Technological Feat of Super ProportionsFebruary 6th 2015 - 01:00 PM

What broadcast engineer, video or audio technician or camera person hasn’t wanted to work the Super Bowl? Being part of the broadcast team for the most high-profile event in U.S. television is considered by many to be a career-crowning achievement. For those who do work the Super Bowl, it may be just another weekend football game—albeit one with an intensity that is off the chart!

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