Essential Guide: KVM for Broadcasting December 9th 2016 - 01:00 PM

Copyright infringement is a big problem for broadcasters transmitting Hollywood block buster films. Compromising film revenues, unscrupulous staff can easily copy films to USB disc drives and distribute them illegally on BitTorents and other public distribution systems.

Hardware Infrastructure IP Infrastructure Studio Infrastructure, KVM Software Infrastructure Business Management Systems Audio Audio Networking Distribution & Delivery Headends & IPTV Services Cloud Services

DVB Approves Next Step For Standardization of Adaptive Bit Rate Streaming For Live Applications December 6th 2016 - 10:00 AM

At its most recent meeting, The DVB Steering Board approved initial specifications for the Commercial Requirements for ABR (Adaptive Bit Rate) Multicast. It also approved the latest specification for Ultra High Definition Television, called UHD-1 Phase 2.

Hardware Infrastructure IP Infrastructure Software Infrastructure Encoding & Transcoding Playout and Transmission Video Transport Streaming

European Broadcasters Play In The Sandbox To Further IP Adoption December 6th 2016 - 08:00 AM

For the past two and a half years Belgian broadcaster VRT—in partnership with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), and iMinds (a digital research and incubation center)— has hosted an in-house R&D testing lab called VRT Sandbox. The project allows broadcast engineers and product vendors to test new

Hardware Infrastructure IP Infrastructure Software Infrastructure Workflow / Asset Management Studio Automation Playout and Transmission Playout Automation Distribution & Delivery Video Transport

Arena TV Strengthens IP-enabled 4K OB Van With VSM Control System December 1st 2016 - 12:05 PM

Arena TV, a UK-based broadcast production company, has upgraded its entire fleet of OB vans with Lawo’s VSM control system. The VSM system creates a familiar workflow for users, and is the only control system on the market that is able to work in a fully IP-based environment as

Hardware Infrastructure IP Infrastructure Routing Switchers Signal Processing / Interface / Modular Software Infrastructure Workflow / Asset Management Audio Audio Networking

IP’s Next Frontier—Virtualization and “Elastic Production” November 30th 2016 - 01:00 PM

The broadcast and production industry is at the beginning of a historic shift to IP environments. The real benefits of an IP environment come from virtualizing live production technology—video production servers, switchers and camera processing. That is where we reap IP’s true benefits.

Production & Post Production Servers Hardware Infrastructure IP Infrastructure Software Infrastructure Workflow / Asset Management