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.
The World Teleport Association has announced that Axesat has achieved provisional certification of its Bogota, Colombia Teleport under WTA’s Teleport Certification Program.
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.
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.
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.
The cloud has become central to many of our everyday conversations. Much of the discussion tends to go in one of two directions. Either people talk about the cloud in a general way, or they focus on what it could be, what it will be in the future. Few focus on the cloud today and how to leverage it into a winning workflow.
Broadcasters must ally over platform development and in some cases over content creation if they are to survive the ever-strengthening assault from the OTT giants under the acronym of FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google).
From the introduction of “talkies” and color television to UHD and 4K, for more than 100 years, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, has helped develop the standards that make entertainment technology work around the world.
Fiber has been around the broadcast and media industry for a long while: SMPTE 311M, which defines fiber camera cables, was published 20 years ago in 1998. Engineering attitudes have tended to settle around the fundamental pros – high bandwidth, low attenuation so long cables – and cons – difficult to splice connectors and fiber may require optical/electrical converters. It is time to update those attitudes.
With more than 100 exhibitors demonstrating their wares, the reception was a great time to learn what’s new.
Focal has introduced Elegia Headphones, the first audiophile circumaural closed-back headphones that come with full-range speaker drivers.
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.
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.
Sanken has revived its CU-31 and CU-32 compact condenser recording microphones.