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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.

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Sony continues to have the industry’s largest camera portfolio but has expanded into deploying and managing a variety of IP architectures.

Sony Live Production Portfolio Now Supports IP Workflows And MoreOctober 29th 2021 - 09:00 AM

While cameras continue to be its forte’, Sony’s most recent virtual press conference made it abundantly clear that the company has gone to considerable lengths over the past few years to emerge as a comprehensive solutions provider that is no longer just helping customers make pretty pictures. Sharing those files, collaborative workflows and remote production are all part of the portfolio now.

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There is not a more simple or convenient way to transport live broadcast program content to multiple TV stations than by satellite.

For Maximum Live Field Production Convenience, Stack The DeckOctober 26th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Live TV production may not be the best fit for perfectionists who can’t recognize ‘good enough’ and move on. Live TV has no patience, no second chances and can never be late. Every live shot is a first impression.

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Sports production AI automatic tracking can follow players in action faster than a coach. Courtesy Pixellot.

The Future Of TV EngineeringOctober 8th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Will AI and ML make TV engineers obsolete? Or will it give engineers more time to focus on crucial live production details and new revenue opportunities?

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Random wave action across a lake was a good challenge for a NDI compression evaluation.

Field Report: NewTek Spark Plus 4KSeptember 16th 2021 - 09:00 AM

NDI (Network Device Interface) is a free protocol for Video over IP, developed by NewTek. The key word is “free.”

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Sport climbing makes its debut at Tokyo 2020 © 2018 Olympic Broadcasting Services / Owen Hammond

Olympian Effort: Tokyo 2020 Host Production Upgrades To UHD, IP And Cloud July 23rd 2021 - 09:00 AM

Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) the host broadcaster for the Games was founded twenty years ago and has arguably gone through its hardest and most intense period of digital transformation for Tokyo 2020.

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Leveraging an IP infrastructure in Tokyo, NBCUniversal will deliver 7,000 hours of Olympic content across its media distribution properties.

NBCU Decentralizes Resources To Produce And Distribute Olympic Games LiveJuly 21st 2021 - 09:00 AM

Aside from being the first Summer Olympics to be delayed a year due to a pandemic—shifting technical plans and causing strict work-arounds to comply with health restrictions—this year’s live coverage by NBCUniversal (NBCU) is noteworthy for its move to all-IP operations within the International Broadcast Center (IBC) onsite in Tokyo and for its use of the network’s extensive and disparately located resources to make the Games a success.

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When Elon Musk launched his car in 2018, he also launched his first test-flight Starlink satellites. In August, Starlink will be worldwide.

Low Orbit Satellites - The Space-Age Future Of Live Streaming VideoJuly 20th 2021 - 09:00 AM

The launch of new low orbit satellites for global network coverage will have a significant impact on remote live streaming for broadcasters and webcasters. With the likes of Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Amazon’s Kuiper, or one of the other vendors such as Oneweb vying for vertical space, the outlook for remote communications has never looked more open for change.

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