Moving to the cloud sounds easy. Even so, before taking the leap, read this article about controlling the costs of cloud integration by consultant Tony Orme. Cloud solutions may be cheap or expensive. Orme leads the engineer through a decision process designed to maximize the benefits while keeping costs manageable.
For the US broadcasting community, returning to broadcasts from the new World Trade Center in New York is more than symbolism. Learn about the complex process required to broadcast from the city’s new 1 WTC, 1,776-ft mega structure.
Meredith Broadcast & Digital and Comark validate 22-year relationship with a 6-transmitter order.
Crystal, a provider of advanced monitoring and control software for video distribution over satellite, cable or the Internet, and Artel Video Systems, a supplier of real-time multimedia delivery solutions, have teamed up to solve a signal acquisition challenge for a leading global news network, which they said unnecessarily consumed valuable staff time in its broadcast center.
As broadcasters and production staff look up to the clouds, they no longer perceive the images seen by a child; a doggie, cat, dragon or airplane. The fact is the digital cloud is a future storage, production, playout and business tool that comes in a thousand flavors. The cloud article described below will help those having to evaluate cloud solutions.
The second article provides a high-level tutorial on ATSC 3.0 transmission. The author explains an RF technology that can improve coverage by adding Multiple Input Single Output (MISO) diversity to an antenna. The result can offer an attractive path to a stronger signal.
Dielectric is preparing to ship 29 broadband and single-channel antennas to support channel relocation and ready Raycom stations for future ATSC 3.0 broadcasting.
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