The coaches of Thailand’s #1 soccer team, True Bangkok United Football Club, have recruited ChyronHego’s Coach Paint Telestration system to pitch their strategies on the pitch
Employees of local television stations that attended the recent NAB Show walked into a quagmire of technologies and Internet Protocol (IP)-based system solutions intended to address a wide range of decisions facing broadcasters. For them, many appeared either out of reach in terms of price or out of mind when it comes to practicality.
At the 2019 NAB Show, a consortium of world leading satellite operators, device manufacturers, broadcasters and service providers called The SAT>IP Alliance updated attendees on the capabilities of the SAT>IP protocol in many of its members’ exhibit booths at the NAB convention.
Serverless architectures are permeating the broadcasting space as service providers migrate to cloud based IP infrastructures, because of their inherent scalability and ability to absorb peaks and troughs in demand cost effectively on a pay as you go basis. They are peculiarly conducive for security, which can help broadcasters and operators cope with the considerable headache of maintaining levels of protection against hacking and content theft as they migrate to the cloud and rely ever more on OTT distribution over the Internet.
The ever-increasing use of small broadcast quality HD cameras with wide angle or fisheye lenses have become increasingly prevalent. Their use can be found in live broadcast applications such as sport, ENG, wildlife programming, and reality TV, with non-broadcast use in medical, forensics/security and online gaming.
Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate how high-power high-tower (HPHT) technology can provide TV broadcasters a 5G advantage.
As the myriad of live competition television shows continue to attract new and ever larger audiences for TV networks, producing them live has become so complicated that a second technical director (TD), often called a “screens TD,” is now often being employed in concert with the lighting department’s graphics server operator and create the look of the LED video tile-intensive sets. Most stages feature literally millions of LED pixels and lighting rig configurations that adorn the brilliantly lit sets so it takes a “screens team” along with the LED tech responsible to manage the actual LED tiles.
Two San Francisco broadcasters will leverage a structurally complex, top-mounted stacked antenna array for their new VHF channels after Phase 9 repack.
Company to participate in two, live, end-to-end ATSC 3.0 demonstrations inside the Las Vegas Convention Center.
AI is being talked about a lot, but many of the applications being touted are still just potential solutions looking for a problem, and the data returned is not yet reliable enough to be implemented across the industry. A key BEIT session explores the practical implications of AI in Media and a taster we’ve gathered the insight of David Cole, CEO, IPV and Steven Soenens, VP Product Marketing, Skyline Communications.