Artificial Intelligence (AI) is suddenly all the rage, with the potential to assist in many areas of the industry from network diagnostics to edit assembly. The BroadcastBridge gets under the skin of AI to ask how useful is machine learning today in media today. Simon Trudelle, Senior Director, Product Marketing,
Playout & Transmission, Subtitling & Captioning Systems, Distribution & Delivery, Content Management, Analytics, Services, Cloud Services
Small and medium-sized independent cable operators face numerous disadvantages in keeping up with advances in content delivery. Without the same range of technical and financial resources as their larger counterparts, these operators need cost-effective options that don’t require investing in large-scale infrastructure. There is a solution.
Distribution & Delivery, Content Management
Moving to the cloud sounds easy. Even so, before taking the leap, read this article about controlling the costs of cloud integration by consultant Tony Orme. Cloud solutions may be cheap or expensive. Orme leads the engineer through a decision process designed to maximize the benefits while keeping costs manageable.
Playout & Transmission, Transmitters and RF Components, Services, Cloud Services
Sessions in the IBC Big Screen Auditorium got off to a fine start on the first day of the show with Kraftwerk demonstrating the potential of immersive audio for enhancing the viewing experience and creating an all-encompassing environment. Sadly the Teutonic electronica pioneers were not at the RAI in person
Audio, Audio Consoles, Audio Processing & Monitoring, Audio Networking
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is suddenly all the rage, with the potential to assist in many areas of the industry from network diagnostics to edit assembly. The BroadcastBridge gets under the skin of AI to ask how useful is machine learning today in media today. Steve Plunkett, CTO, Broadcast and Media
Distribution & Delivery, Content Management, Analytics
As the industry continues its migration from baseband SDI to packet-based Internet Protocol (IP) workflows, operators and system engineers have had to rethink the way many of the tradition pieces of a production studio—like routers, cameras and prompting systems—fit together and are used as part of an overall pro
Production & Post, Prompting