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Future Technologies: Private 5G Vs Managed RF May 28th 2024 - 09:00 AM

We continue our series considering technologies of the near future and how they might transform how we think about broadcast, with whether building your own private 5G network could be an excellent replacement for managed RF.

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Disguise Enables First Large-scale Live Broadcast Running Full ST 2110 For Eurovision 2024 May 24th 2024 - 11:00 AM

Disguise, a leader in real-time production technology, for the sixth time played a major role in bringing the magic and visual spectacle of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 to a global audience. Appointed as an Official Technical Events Supplier, Disguise provided a full SMPTE ST 2110 workflow from the media server to the LED screens - making Eurovision Song Contest 2024 the first large-scale live broadcast event to achieve this feat.

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Standards: Part 9 - Standards For On-air Broadcasting & Streaming Services May 24th 2024 - 09:00 AM

Traditional on-air broadcasters and streaming service providers use many of the same standards to define how content is received from external providers and how it is subsequently delivered to the consumer. They may apply those standards in slightly different ways.

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Dubbing Brothers chooses Genelec for latest Paris expansion.

Dubbing Brothers Equips Multiple New Immersive Rooms With Genelec Monitors May 23rd 2024 - 11:00 AM

As consumer preferences shift and change, the demand for content localisation has undergone significant evolution. As audiences around the world seek content in their own language and cultural context, the role of dubbing studios like Dubbing Brothers has become increasingly crucial. To meet this increased demand, Dubbing Brothers has continued to grow. Its latest expansion has seen a raft of Genelec monitors added to its Paris facility.

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An Introduction To Network Observability May 23rd 2024 - 09:00 AM

The more complex and intricate IP networks and cloud infrastructures become, the greater the potential for unwelcome dynamics in the system, and the greater the need for rich, reliable, real-time data about performance and error rates.

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Designing IP Broadcast Systems: Part 3 - Designing For Everyday Operation May 21st 2024 - 09:30 AM

Welcome to the third part of ‘Designing IP Broadcast Systems’ - a major 18 article exploration of the technology needed to create practical IP based broadcast production systems. Part 3 discusses some of the key challenges of designing network systems to support everyday operation. It contains five articles which tackle; device discovery and why plug and play is not so easy to achieve, routing, resilience, remote control data flows, and ground to cloud contribution.

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What Are The Long-Term Implications Of AI For Broadcast? May 20th 2024 - 09:00 AM

We’ve all witnessed its phenomenal growth recently. The question is: how do we manage the process of adopting and adjusting to AI in the broadcasting industry? This article is more about our approach than specific examples of AI integration; there’s plenty of time for that later.

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manifold CLOUD Scores A Perfect 10 At International Sporting Event May 17th 2024 - 11:00 AM

manifold technologies, a provider of service-oriented software solutions for Tier 1 live productions, has announced that its manifold CLOUD was selected by NEP Belgium to provide a signal processing and multiviewer solution for an annual international sporting event held earlier this year in Asia. NEP Belgium’s first live production utilizing manifold CLOUD was a significant milestone for this project, and its exceptional performance contributed to achieving an almost flawless score.

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