A discussion of camera sources, contribution network and remote control infrastructure required at the venue.
It was ten years ago, in the fall of 2012, that NBCUniversal opened a new international broadcast center in Stamford Connecticut, as the home for NBC Sports. It served as a way to consolidate its growing employee base and the production activities of a number of physical assets the network owned in Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia.
A discussion of how to create reliable, secure, high-bandwidth connectivity between multiple remote locations, your remote production hub, and distributed production teams.
In part one we looked at some of the reasons for the growth in adoption by next generation consumers, and how hardware and content production are combining to give more people better access to spatial content. Here we will look at some of the basics; how spatial audio is achieved, captured, can sound and can be spatialized post-capture, as well as what formats are required to manipulate it all.
An examination of how to plan & schedule resources to create resilient temporary multi-site broadcast production systems.
Calrec makes switching to ST2110 more affordable with the introduction of new ImPulse1 IP engine.
Kevin Emmott shares a personal perspective on what has happened in Audio in 2022 and the new technologies which might drive what we hear next.
In television, ‘talent’ isn’t just the people in front of the camera. Everyone working at a station needs talent, dedication, initiative, and team spirit to succeed.
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Calrec The company is a leading designer and supplier of audio broadcast mixing equipment, relied on by the