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The New Precision Time Protocol Explained June 26th 2020 - 09:00 AM

The IEEE has just published the latest version of its Precision Time Protocol (PTP) standard that provides precise synchronization of clocks in packet-based networked systems. This article explains the significance of IEEE 1588-2019, otherwise known as PTPv2.1, and how it differs from previous versions including updates to the isolation of profiles, monitoring and security.

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The open architecture platform from Panasonic allows users to optimize and future-proof their investment while maintaining flexibility.

ChyronHego Joins Panasonic’s Open Platform With Click Effects Prime May 26th 2020 - 12:05 PM

ChyronHego’s Click Effects Prime fan engagement engine has been named a confirmed partner for Panasonic’s new IT/IP-centric live production platform. Designed for high-quality video production and delivery, either live or in the studio, the new modular and open architecture platform from Panasonic allows users to optimize and future-proof their investment while maintaining flexibility.

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IP requires new skills, new workflows.

Software-Defined Automation: Are We Nearly There Yet? Part II May 22nd 2020 - 09:00 AM

Playout automation has been enabling fewer people to control more channels for decades but we’re not quite at the point where human interaction can be eliminated altogether. Since most linear broadcasters will either move to a software-based deployment for their channels themselves or give them to a service provider that carries out that transformation for them, The Broadcast Bridge assesses the benefits and the challenges in so doing. Part II examines the crucial role of IP and the workflows and skillsets needed to operate such infrastructure.

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The RIST spec is now deployed in dozens of global locations for a wide variety of broadcast services.

VSF RIST Spec On Road To Wide Implementation May 19th 2020 - 09:30 AM

In 2017, at that year’s VidTrans conference a regional gathering of members of the Video Services Forum (VSF), a new protocol for delivering audio and video over lossy IP networks (including the public Internet), was born. It was an idea that many had been skeptical of, since the open Internet brought with it all kinds of quality, security, latency and reliability issues.

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WAFF producer Kathryn Rickmeyer prepares a news conference stream to go live on WAFF 48’s Facebook page and OTT platforms.

Remote Reporting Gets Alabama’s WAFF Through Trying Times April 20th 2020 - 11:00 AM

Reporters for WAFF-TV, the NBC affiliate in Huntsville, Alabama, have seen their share of weather disasters and learned to adapt to working from home for short periods of time. It goes with covering the territory. The current pandemic situation, however, is another story all together. It’s a story that, with each week, brings mental fatigue but also a can-do spirit to help the local community get through the crisis.

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At CES 2020 Noland was joined on stage by Gordon Smith, NAB President and CEO (left), and Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of CTA.

The ATSC Looks To A New Steward To Navigate NEXTGEN TV February 21st 2020 - 09:00 AM

When the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) began its search for a new president this year, after two decades of steady leadership by Mark Richer - who oversaw the country’s transition from analog to digital and then to HDTV - it knew it wanted a technically savvy person who could bring fresh ideas. After considering “a sea of highly qualified applicants,” the standards development organization chose Madeleine Noland as its new president, effective May 15, 2019.

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