While the consumer electronics industry focuses on bigger displays and ever higher resolution, there are pioneers developing a more compatible technology, augmented reality television. How close is it and what are the benefits?
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just ended. The convention sets the stage for television and other consumer technology that will soon fill dealer’s showrooms. The products introduced in the Las Vegas convention halls showcased what manufacturers want consumers to purchase in 2019.
LiveU’s 2018 ‘State of Live’ report says HEVC now represents 25% of worldwide traffic. In addition to growing HEVC adoption, data also indicates a 55% increase in live transmission hours and emergence of 4K resolution in live broadcasting.
It was a busy October for the editors at The Broadcast Bridge. During that month, we published more than 200 feature articles, tutorials, essential guides and new products information. A reader could be excused for missing some of that content, especially in light of the multiple exhibitions and conferences that took…
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made its mark on IT and is rapidly advancing into mainstream broadcasting. By employing AI methodologies, specifically machine learning, broadcasters can benefit greatly from the advances in IT infrastructure innovation and advanced storage designs.
Is ATSC 3.0 the killer application to recapture the over-the-air audience? How will 5G video delivery compare to 3.0? Will TV set makers even build 3.0 tuners into the latest models? Learn what some thought leaders are saying about the future of television in this article.
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In a world of 10-fold increases in complexity automation is the key to survival. Not just automation, “service orchestration” is the new approach needed to manage internal and external hardware and software in order to make the best use of in-house resources and leverage third-party providers.