Focal has introduced Elegia Headphones, the first audiophile circumaural closed-back headphones that come with full-range speaker drivers.
Qvest Media has been working with SecurView to expand its cybersecurity portfolio for media companies to protect applications, data and media assets in the cloud.
Chandler Limited, the only company authorized to develop, manufacture and market EMI/Abbey Road equipment, has introduced the TG Microphone to its historic microphone lineup.
The World Teleport Association has announced that Axesat has achieved provisional certification of its Bogota, Colombia Teleport under WTA’s Teleport Certification Program.
KTEN, a NBC/ABC affiliate upgraded its control room with a Broadcast Pix BPswitch as part of an effort to ready the station for upcoming election coverage.
The SMPTE timecode standard has served us well for almost half a century. But the equipment it was designed for is history, and soon it will be too. The industry needs a replacement.
Sanken has revived its CU-31 and CU-32 compact condenser recording microphones.
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions joined forces with the Audio Engineering Society (AES) to host the first Audio-Over-IP Technology (AoIP) Pavilion at the AES New York show.
The UK company aQ Broadcast Limited has released a mobile version of its QScript prompting software called QScript.app that provides script and rundown information to on-air presenters on hand-held devices.
Now that Telesat’s Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite is successfully in orbit, it has begun testing third-party vendor products that could benefit form the satellite technology. The initiative is part of Canada-based Telesat’s plans to deploy a global LEO constellation of 117 satellites for broadband connectivity that it said would revolutionize broadband communications around the world.