The new ZeeVee ZyPerUHD is designed to simplify video transport and distribution over IP with a virtual plug and play configuration with the ZyPer Management platform and nearly any off-the-shelf 1Gb Ethernet switch.
Broadcasters face a bewildering range of new technologies in an ever more competitive landscape. With new delivery platforms, OTT, streaming, cellular, VOD and others, broadcast professionals need to adopt the newest technology solutions to remain competitive.
One key decision is which new technologies to support, ATSC 3.0, UHD, 4K, others. The
WRAL-TV is the Capitol Broadcasting-owned NBC affiliate serving the Raleigh-Durham market. The station is known for pioneering ground-breaking technical innovations in over-the-air TV delivery. In 1996, WRAL was the first commercial TV station to broadcast a HDTV signal. In 2000, the station produced and aired the first complete HD newscast.
Broadcast is a whole new world. With OTA being challenged by OTT, streaming and new viewing platforms. Traditional broadcasters need to incorporate new state-of-the-art systems in their facilities if they want to survive.
Whether you are facing a move to ATSC 3.0 or need to change out RF systems, the recent NAB show provided plenty of options for RF engineers. For those more ‘grounded’, production efficiency was top-of-mind with attendees. Our editors review both technologies and the companies providing solutions in these articles.
At the recent Coachella music festival remote production services and custom systems provider NEP tested a new system of wireless networked cameras on an IP network, with signals compressed with encoders and decoders made by Visionary Solutions.
Amagi’s Skylight, is a cloud-managed broadcast services platform positioned for playout services. It offers TV networks cloud-led services encompassing content preparation, channel playout, content delivery, and monetization for both linear TV and OTT.