CC and Subtitling 2018 NAB Show Report May 11th 2018 - 09:00 AM

The 2018 NAB Show will be noted historically for several reasons. Annual visitors attending the show with specific needs and budgets tend to be a bit myopic. Most TV stations are already satisfy captioning requirements and regulations. Even so, new captioning technology makes the service better, faster, more effective and less…

Imagine Communications Wants To Get Bigger December 15th 2017 - 08:00 AM

The Gores Group, a Los Angeles based, global private equity firm that has owned Imagine Communications (the former Harris Broadcast) for four years, wants its asset to grow. With a customer base concerned about the next transition—IP, 4K, 1080p HDR—Gores thinks the right strategy going forward is to dev…

Telestream Appoints New CEO October 25th 2017 - 06:00 PM

Dan Castles, CEO of Telestream for the past 20 years, has decided to retire, handing over reigns of the company to ex-Cisco executive Scott Puopolo. Under Castles’ 20-year leadership, Telestream has enjoyed consistent year-on-year revenue growth in an era when many broadcast equipment manufacturers have struggled to maintain profitability.

​What Can AI Do For You? NAGRA Has A View September 20th 2017 - 10:00 AM

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,…

UK HPA Tech Retreat Report - Day 3 July 21st 2017 - 01:30 PM

Tuesdays HPA Tech Retreat was all about 360 and VR, and Wednesday focused on the versioning explosion. On the final day, delegates were given a summary of the current state of the industry, and the influences of artificial intelligence on media and broadcasting.

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