The point of having standards is to enable interoperability. Apparently, just like new math introduced some different and often confusing concepts, the broadcast and production industries seem to have to have redefined the term interoperability.
Significant investment in UHD infrastructure by broadcasters is more than two years away, according to a new survey organised by Imagine Communications. Its 2016 Focus Forward Technology Trends survey also found that nearly 90 percent of media companies have initiated the process of moving hardware- dependent operations into virtualized environments.
Lawo predicts that three or four years ahead the broadcast world will be turned upside down – and that will have played a big part in doing that with its IP video infrastructure. Lawo’s Director Marketing & Communications, Andreas Hilmer is in no doubt that the risks of moving to I
Manufacturers have, of late, been looking for different ways to get visitors on their stands during major trade shows, other than offering free drink or prize raffles. An increasingly popular device is some performance-related service and during this year’s NAB Show ZeeVee will be accessing network infrastructure compliance for
FCC and CVAA deadlines for closed captioning video content extend beyond just the requirement for TV and online programming to include captions. The FCC has set strict quality standards for television captioning, which sets the precedent for online video captioning as a whole. Forscene’s newly improved closed caption tool a
In time travel fiction, one of the most fruitful plot devices, is uncertainty of outcome. Going back (or forward) in time is a risky business, and there’s even more risk if you don’t know in which direction you are traveling, and how far.