At the upcoming 2017 NAB Show, Calrec Audio will unveil a new remote production unit that supports live broadcasts with high-quality content from remote locations.
Like most major newspapers in the U.S., the venerable Washington Post maintains a popular website that includes live and pre-recorded video clips to support its online news stories and regularly scheduled newscast shows. These short video clips, about 60 are produced each day—have been shown to increase reader retention and boost traffic on the Washingtonpost.com site.
Axon will showcase two new products at CABSAT, the NIO440, an a new 8-channel bi-directional Ethernet/SDI bridge, and its new SynView Multiviewer, which is capable of handling both 4K and any IP video formats.
In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at Agile software development and its relevance to cloud computing. In this article, we delve further into Cloud-Born systems and investigate the differences between public and private clouds and where you might want to use them.
In a new series of Bruce’s Shorts, Bruce Devlin looks at computer security. There are many aspects to security and in this Shorts Devlin introduces the topic ready for more detail upcoming episodes.
Barco Silex will demonstrate its latest Viper solution to transport HDMI signals over IP network at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam. The Viper solution consists of encoder and decoder boards that are interconnected by standard Ethernet equipment in order to build a distributed Audio/Video network.