Sony Electronics used its first in-person NAB press conference in two years to outline the many areas of production and content delivery where the company is placing much of its emphasis on product development.
A strong focus on end-to-end workflow is evident at NAB 2022 as service providers and broadcasters face migration towards software defined methods that will accelerate pace of innovation but demand new skills and testing capabilities.
People visit NAB Shows for many reasons. Some are there to investigate and examine new solutions. Some are shopping with a budget ready to spend. Others visit to gather ideas and figures for next year’s budget. Many visit to accomplish all this and make time to learn the latest r
With virtually every large and mid-sized broadcaster deploying (or soon to be) some type of cloud-based infrastructure to help keep up with the demand for more content, Grass Valley is helping its customers migrate from SDI baseband operations cost-effectively. That’s because customer feedback has shown that in today’s cos
On the morning of March 9th, Bill Macbeth, Chief Engineer at local Fox affiliate KBSI hit the switch on the station’s Rohde & Schwarz THU9evo liquid-cooled UHF transmitter and, in a video posted on social media, uttered the words: “Transmitter is on, we are making power.” Just like that,
Mobile World Congress has come back as a full hybrid event with a substantial physical presence in 2022 after its absence in 2020 and skeletal form in 2021, with around 55,000 attendees in Barcelona, coupled with an even larger number of online delegates.
The NFL (National Football League) Super Bowl has been a show piece for TV technology since its inception in 1967 and more recently for the power of data analytics, both to improve performance on the field and increase engagement for viewers.
After a year of meeting virtually, the Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) is hosting its Technology Retreat conference in person this year and members could not be happier. The highly anticipated gathering of the industry’s forward-looking technologists working at many of the largest companies in the U.S., is being h