The name Rohde & Schwarz is still heavily identified by many in the broadcast market with transmitters and T&M (test and measurement) equipment. That solid, engineering image prevails despite the company also producing products for post-production, monitoring/multiviewing and ingest/playout. In the lead up to the 2018 NAB Show, R&S has been previewing its upcoming launches and discussing how it is looking to take on the competition in areas such as channel distribution with technology it sees as ready for both virtualisation and the future.
The ACC Network, America’s last over-the-air regional sports broadcaster, relies on Avid post equipment at Raycom Sports to service 90 different stations.
Pebble Beach Systems will spotlight its latest versions of virtualized IP channel solution, automation, channel-in-a-box server, as well as web-based remote management and a content management workflow engine at NAB 2018.
At the 2018 NAB Show, Globecast will highlight a number of its video transport and content management solutions, including advanced software tools for content acquisition, global management and distribution services, and a hybrid fiber and satellite network for video contribution and distribution.
DM Digital creates programs in English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Punjabi, Sindhi and Urdu. Broadcasting with PlayBox Neo via satellite, it is available to viewers as a free-to-air channel in more than 180 countries including over 30 million households in Asia, EMEA and the USA.
Imagine Communications is providing a full upgrade of the central technical facilities at Abu Dhabi Media. The centre, which includes playout facilities for 15 HD channels, relied extensively on Imagine technology when it was first established 10 years ago.