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Expecting NEXTGEN TV to reach orbit at CES 2020 may have been a bit optimistic.

Did NEXTGEN TV Launch At CES? January 24th 2020 - 09:00 AM

The only major consumer electronics show in the US is the January CES. It’s where manufacturers, reps and dealers search for early clues to 2020’s best sellers. This year, nine exhibitors showed NEXTGEN TV.

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Color and Colorimetry – Part 8 January 22nd 2020 - 09:00 AM

The derivation of the famous CIE horseshoe was explained in the previous part in terms of a re-mapping or distortion of rg color space. The derivation is somewhat abstract because the uses of color science go far beyond the applications in broadcasting. However it is equally possible to describe CIE color space from a more television-centered point of view.

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New ITU recommendation will standardize TV receivers worldwide.

ITU Adopts ATSC 3.0 January 14th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Unlike the days of incompatible PAL, SECAM and NTSC analog TV sets and expensive conversion from one standard to another, ATSC 3.0 is frame rate agnostic.

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Pearl’s membership includes 8 broadcast groups operating more than 400 network-affiliated local TV stations.

Synamedia Joins Pearl TV January 13th 2020 - 11:00 AM

With NEXTGEN TV in the Winter CES spotlight, Synamedia joins the Phoenix Model Market Initiative.

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North Point Ministries has linked three of its seven church campuses with a high-speed Cisco data network.

North Point Ministries Connects Campuses Over High-Speed IP Infrastructure January 7th 2020 - 01:50 PM

Looking to provide shared, immersive experiences for its congregation members, North Point Ministries, based in Alpharetta, Ga., has linked three of its seven church campuses across the metropolitan Atlanta area with a high-speed Cisco data network, designed by local systems integrator World Wide Technology.

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Color and Colorimetry – Part 7 – CIE XYZ December 16th 2019 - 09:00 AM

The rg color space served to document the chromaticity gamut of the HVS, and so was a great step forward in understanding color and color vision. However, it was based on a certain set of primaries. As no set of primaries can embrace the whole of the HVS gamut, it is inevitable that the color matching functions have negative excursions. The CIE set out to remedy that by taking the color matching experimental data and representing it in a different way. The color space they developed is a cube having three orthogonal axes, X, Y and Z. The white point was defined as the equal energy point, otherwise known as Illuminant E (for equal).

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