8 - 11 APRIL, 2019
 LVCC, LAS VEGAS

NAB Show 2019 Event Channel

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Sinclair’s Mark Aitken engaged the ATSC 3.0 Track audience with his perspective of the future of TV broadcasting.

ATSC 3.0 Field Tests Report, Part 2 May 20th 2019 - 09:00 AM

Once tweaked to perfection and final format specs locked in, production models of Next Gen TV sets will flood stores, confuse viewers and provide broadcasters and sponsors new opportunities to expand their reach and brands.

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The 8K Association was formed by TV makers around CES 2019 but Sony and LG have yet to join.

8K Movement Meets Resistance from Analysts and Broadcasters May 15th 2019 - 08:00 AM

The movement behind 8K has gained momentum and met growing resistance at the same time as it attempts to break out from its Japanese roots after being nurtured for over a decade almost single handedly by NHK.

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Attendance at this year’s convention was 91,460, down slightly from the 92,912 that came in 2018.

For Terrestrial Broadcasters, 2019 NAB Show Offers Lots To be Confused About April 15th 2019 - 12:30 PM

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.

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The alliance promotes SAT>IP technology as a way for satellite TV providers to deliver content to any screen in the home.

Alliance Promotes SAT>IP As The Future Of Multi-Screen Satellite Delivery April 12th 2019 - 11:00 AM

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.

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The Vislink Aeroshot EX250 with its new controller.

Vislink and Aeroshot Enter Partnership April 10th 2019 - 03:00 PM

Vislink and Aeroshot agreement calls for Vislink to promote the Aeroshot rental model to its existing broadcasting clients on a global basis.

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Signs that the age of mobile broadcasting has arrived at NAB 2019 after many false starts.

NAB CEO Slates Apple for Ignoring ATSC 3.0 Chips April 10th 2019 - 11:00 AM

NAB CEO Gordon Smith’s criticism of Apple for failing to incorporate broadcast-capable chips in its mobile devices was timely for several reasons, even if it may fall on deaf ears.

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Triveni’s StreamScope XM Verifier Windows-based software to examine ATSC 3.0 broadcast streams is now available through Comark.

Comark Adds Triveni Digital ATSC Solutions to Integration Services April 7th 2019 - 10:00 AM

Comark is appointed as authorized reseller of Triveni Digital hardware and software products.

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Abhinav Srivastava describes how Frame.io is using serverless technology for monitoring, alerting, and automated compliance checking,

Frame.io Makes Case for Serverless Architecture in Video Security at NAB 2019 April 6th 2019 - 10:30 AM

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.

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The GIS capabilities of Esri’s ArcGIS platform help visualize the best possible display of signal propagation and data rate predictions.

Acrodyne Reports New Planning Software Users April 4th 2019 - 11:00 AM

ATSC 3.0 has much more flexibility than ATSC 1.0 to select signal configurations to suit multiple end-use cases with different reception robustness. To properly take advantage of the capabilities requires sophisticated software emulations.

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