Cloud has been in vogue for a number of years, and many technology companies are focusing so strongly on cloud deployments, it almost seems that the answer is cloud, but no one is sure of the question! To be sure, the $64 million question for the broadcast industry is: how cloud
Software Infrastructure, Encoding & Transcoding, Services, Cloud Services
Following numerous private conversations and panel discussions at the recent 2018 NAB Show, it’s become clear that broadcasters are being challenged like never before to hold the line on CapEx spending while delivering more content across their linear platforms. Because of this tricky scenario, the NAB’s annual convention was bri
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HDR Denmark, a full-service provider to the broadcast industry, has deployed Nevion equipment and software for IP-based remote-production. The solution enables HDR to provide live horse racing coverage in Denmark with a minimum crew on-site. It also makes optimum use of resources in the central studio and control room in
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Distribution & Delivery, Video Transport
Austrian production specialist, Mediahaus, has delivered live coverage of the inaugural European Snow Volleyball Championships with a Blackmagic Design multicam set up, including two URSA Broadcast cameras. Staged at the top of an Austrian ski resort, in a specially constructed snow stadium, the finals were broadcast live on channels including
Acquisition, System Cameras, Production & Post, Production Switchers
Despite its reluctance to entrust the cloud with sensitive or mission critical tasks, the media industry is well on its way toward deploying the majority of its enterprise workloads in the cloud. The insight, based on data from 451 Research, points to three key benefits as drivers of the media industry’s
Software Infrastructure, Business Management Systems, Services, Cloud Services
Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian broadcaster announced installation of a Facilis Technology multi-user shared storage system within a new broadcast production facility.
Hardware Infrastructure, Storage, Near-line
NAB will see heated debate over the attributes and potential of codec schemes for UHD, streaming and next-gen data intense applications. We asked Telestream for a view on this and Matthew Rehrer, Product Management at the company has responded with some insightful comments.
Software Infrastructure, Encoding & Transcoding
Television set manufacturers are always looking for new sales hooks to catch consumers’ eyes. Recently that hook has been higher resolutions, 4K UHD. Now advertisements tout increased brightness, OLED screens, and most recently, High Dynamic Range, (HDR). While these are great features for viewers, broadcasters and content producers need to e
Production & Post, Monitors (Video), Software Infrastructure, Encoding & Transcoding
In this series of articles, we will explain broadcasting for IT engineers. Television is an illusion, there are no moving pictures and todays broadcast formats are heavily dependent on decisions engineers made in the 1930’s and 1940’s, and in this article, we look at how color is represented.
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Playout & Transmission, Playout Automation, Transmission Encoding & MUX, Distribution & Delivery, Video Transport, Services, System Integration