Managing media is a full-time job and doing so properly often means the difference between profit and loss. In this series of two tutorial videos, media expert Bruce Devlin explains how to better organize, and process audio and video files.
Canadian broadcaster CHEK-TV has upgraded its newsroom with a new Octopus 8 newsroom computer system at its headquarters in Victoria, British Columbia. CHEK-TV, having recently celebrated 60 years of broadcasting, provides 24/7 news coverage of daily events.
Looking to bridge the gap between technical production and marketing teams seeking to strengthen brands and grow audiences through social media engagement, Telestream has introduced Vantage Social, a new software solution that addresses the growing challenge of delivering a continuous supply of compelling, high-quality video content to social media platforms.
Avid has announced that KTBS-TV, an independent television station in Shreveport, Louisiana, has revamped its production and news workflow and expanded its storage capacity with two of the industry’s most powerful tools: the Avid MediaCentral Platform (a tightly integrated and efficient platform designed for media) and Avid NEXIS (a
Mumbai-based Shemaroo, claiming to be the largest owner of Bollywood feature film and television program content, has implemented the half-petabyte EditShare XStream EFS solution to store its 3,400-plus titles.
New Zealand free to air broadcaster, Television New Zealand Limited (TVNZ) has implemented Telestream’s Vantage transcoder. The order sees TVNZ install multiple nodes of Vantage Transcode Pro Connect with the Advanced Avid option which enables delivery of files and metadata into Avid Interplay. Also, Vantage Array provides peer-to-peer system
Security for broadcast and playout facilities and media is a serious subject. The biggest problem with IT security is that few of us think like criminals. If we did, we likely would pursue a lawless, if not more profitable career and wouldn’t bother coming into work each day.
The Cloud changes everything else in broadcast and since most MAMs are not cloud-native, will cloud kill MAM as we know it? The Broadcast Bridge posed the questions to Kevin Savina, director of product strategy, Dalet.
The Perform Group is using Dalet Galaxy as part of its production system for its Japanese operation. The Tokyo facility uses Dalet Galaxy to produce and deliver J.League game highlights and magazine format program content.