Many broadcast and video production technology vendors are now offering virtualized versions of their hardware systems in an effort to give customers access to multiple types of task-specific software within a SaaS model.
Just recently Lorenzo Zanni, head of insight and analysis at the manufacturers’ organization, IABM, hosted a webinar “What will your customers be buying in 2019 and why?” The session was a sneak peek at the upcoming IABM Buying Trends report and looked at predictions for 2019 technology purchases, what is changing, and how b
Cinnafilm wins a third engineering award from the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) for PixelStrings, which provides all the company’s video conversion and optimization tools in a cloud platform, providing simple delivery for OTT and more with scalable video conversions in the cloud.
It was a busy October for the editors at The Broadcast Bridge. Last month we published more than 200 feature articles, tutorials, essential guides and new product information. A reader could be excused for missing some of that content, especially in light of the multiple exhibitions and conferences that took place
From production to newsgathering and on to international distribution, the media industry relies more on the ability to quickly and easily transfer large files over long distances. Original methods for doing this, like FTP, are unsuited for today’s large file sizes and complex workflows - what is needed is
Nashville-based mobile production company TNDV recently helped Harley-Davidson celebrate its 115th anniversary over the 2018 Labor Day Weekend. The production crews provided live HD coverage of three motorcycle races around Milwaukee within an 18-hour window.
The cloud has become central to many of our everyday conversations. Much of the discussion tends to go in one of two directions. Either people talk about the cloud in a general way, or they focus on what it could be, what it will be in the future. Few focus