Every Super Bowl is a showcase of the latest broadcast technology, whether video or audio. For the 53rd Super Bowl broadcast, CBS Sports will use almost exclusively IP and network-based audio.
Many wireless carriers and VoIP providers now offer improved voice quality using what is commonly referred to as HD Voice, or Wide-Band Speech technology. How do you harness this improved audio signal for news field reports and interviews?
AEQ will present multiple new communication, IP- based audio products and new broadcast monitors and intercom systems with the “KROMA by AEQ” brand name at IBC.
IP distribution and video call specialist Quicklink has entered into a partnership with Riedel Communications to provide ongoing support for the German intercom manufacturer’s STX-200 Skype TX product.
One of the most useful technological advancements for conducting interviews is Skype. Call anywhere in the world and — in most cases — get a clean audio and video feed that can be used on-the-air, in a documentary or on a podcast. A frequent question is how does one record a Skype call.
The Digital Department of Circuit des 24 Heures used the Quicklink TX Quad during its event coverage to stream live to the 24 Hours of Le Mans Facebook page and website. The program combined both race video and live conversations with fans.