Recent Content

Timing: Part 9 - Time Base CorrectionDecember 1st 2021 - 09:00 AM

Time base correction is an enabling technology that crops up everywhere; not just in broadcasting.

Read more

AJA Video Provides Flexible Bridge From SDI To NDI And Back AgainNovember 26th 2021 - 09:30 AM

As broadcast facilities and other organizations that use media to educate and inform continue to carefully make the move to video over IP, they currently face two main options, with a range of others in the wings. ​They may opt for a full SMPTE ST 2110 design that leverages uncompressed pristine quality video for higher profile productions or lightly compressed NDI networking, which brings with it less costs and easy access to an expanding ecosystem of compliant products and systems.

Read more

Sony

Cellphone Apps Put Control And Monitoring In The Palm Of Your HandNovember 26th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Due to the flexibility and virtually unlimited access of the Internet Protocol, manufacturers of broadcast and production equipment have for years provided customers with the remote ability, via an HTML 5 browser interface, to monitor and control hardware devices via a smart phone, tablet or laptop. Vendors have now begun to take that access one step further and have developed dedicated applications for mobile phones—which have been optimized for the reduced scale of a phone screen—that put this control in the palm of your hand.

Read more

Creative Audio - Mixing Live Music For TV With John Harris - Part 2November 25th 2021 - 09:00 AM

“You need to be very predictable with the broadcast at all times. When I started doing this you had to be really careful with 5.1; there was no standardization,” he says. Indeed, for a long time, as broadcasters began to switch to HDTV across the U.S., it was not unusual for audio channels to be mixed up during transmission, or for audio processors to be incorrectly set or configured.

Read more

Creative Audio - Mixing Live Music For TV With John Harris - Part 1November 18th 2021 - 09:00 AM

John Harris became a music mixer for broadcast television at a time when there was no such job. In the decades since he’s won 12 Emmys, three Grammys and a Peabody Award and has been at the forefront as the industry has made the transition from stereo to 5.1 surround and now immersive audio.

Read more

IP Security For Broadcasters: Part 2 - The Problem To Be SolvedNovember 16th 2021 - 09:00 AM

By assuming that IP must be made secure, we run the risk of missing a more fundamental question that is often overlooked: why is IP so insecure?

Read more

The Sponsors Perspective: Directing The Supertanker To The Cloud In Micro-stepsNovember 10th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Sky directors of technology and content processing assess the challenges and benefits of evolving media supply chains from traditional on-premise to the cloud.

Read more

Creative Audio - Orchestral Audio For TVNovember 8th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Orchestral performances may be a relative rarity on U.S. broadcast television these days, but the past 18 months has seen quite a growth in classical music streaming online. Orchestral music has long been wrapped up in certain expectations, from the seating of the musicians to the quality of the audio, but the coronavirus pandemic has chipped away at some of those expectations, and that’s a good thing, according to New York-based Jody Elff, a Grammy Award-winning audio engineer, sound artist and designer.

Read more