Sweden’s Teracom opts for 2wcom technology and is implementing MM01 and FlexMon FM02 units to upgrade nationwide network’s audio signals.
In the last article on Cloud Broadcasting we looked at the concept of “Cloud Washed” and “Cloud Born” and the considerations vendors must look at when delivering true cloud systems. In this article, we look more at resilience and cloud system up time.
Implementation of software in public clouds might not be as straightforward as it seems. Outdated software licensing models restrict one of the fundamental advantages of cloud systems, that is their ability to grow and shrink as the dynamics of the business demands, sometimes by the hour.
Audio is often a step-child when it comes to both video production and live broadcasts. Even so, there are new solutions that improve both the audio quality and ease of installation. First solution is to install an IP for audio system to maximize both quality and flexibility. Second, consider the use of new technology parabolic microphones to capture higher-quality live audio.
Both topics are addressed in the articles described below. If you are involved in the production of audio at your facility, read on. Tips to better audio are just a few clicks away.
Cable TV Hong Kong, the country’s largest provider of cable television services, has gone live with a 40-fader Calrec Audio Artemis digital audio console at its recently upgraded News Studio 3. This is the fifth Artemis desk installed at the network in the last four years, further strengthening its high-quality audio facilities.
In the last article, we looked at the monitoring packet delay in real-time. In this article, we continue the theme of looking at a network from a broadcast engineers’ point of view so they can better communicate with the IT department, and look at FEC (Forward Error Correction).
Riedel Communications Riedel Communications designs, manufactures, and distributes pioneering real-time…