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LiveU live shots at CMU News Channel 34 increase program relevance and give students hands-on, live-TV news production experiences.

Field Report: Central Michigan University Prepares Journalism Students for Real World March 24th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Broadcast journalism students at Central Michigan University are gaining an edge by working with the same LiveU professional gear that top broadcasters use around the world to cover breaking news.

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New video link DMNG PRO180+.

AVIWEST Advances Mobile Newsgathering March 15th 2017 - 01:50 PM

AVIWEST is highlighting its prowess in HEVC encoding and developments in its Digital Mobile News Gathering (DMNG) system.

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Special Edition: Super Bowl LI—Technology Insight: RF, Cell and Streaming Systems: Part 2 March 10th 2017 - 01:00 PM

The Super Bowl isn’t just a Sunday afternoon world championship game. It’s a week-long event with massive TV coverage. Cameras and TV crews from around the globe congregated on this year’s Super Bowl city, Houston, TX, where the game was played in the NRG Stadium.

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TVU’s flagship TVU One live mobile IP newsgathering transmitter will be prominently displayed.

TVU Networks to Showcase IP Video Solutions March 2nd 2017 - 09:00 AM

At the 2017 NAB Show, TVU Networks will broaden its video ecosystem with new solutions in video acquisition, transmission, production, distribution and social media.

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3G Wireless standardises on Domo for live sports and events.

Domo Broadcast Debuts Nano HD February 24th 2017 - 10:00 AM

Domo Broadcast will feature its new Broadcast Nano HD transmitter, PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF wireless receiver platform, and improved bi-directional camera controls at the 2017 NAB show.

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This may be the new broadcast tower. Standby for another paradigm shift and remember that its all about the brand.

Could AirGig Replace TV’s Last Big Iron? February 17th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Just when TV broadcasters are starting to feel good about recent news regarding the move to ATSC 3.0 transmission, AT&T is preparing to launch field tests of a new universal transmission technology. Here, antennas and devices mounted along power lines effectively deliver broadband and mobile traffic. No more need for broadcast towers or buried cables if these new GigE connections prove effective.

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