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Use Augmented Reality To Freshen Your News And Weathercasts June 27th 2017 - 09:00 AM

Flipping homes may be all the rage, but for many news directors the idea of gutting the studio to give it a fresh new look is a pipedream. However, with the use of augmented reality (AR) a newsroom can have a new and polished look that will delight viewers without breaking the budget.

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WICZ-TV is using the ClassX software to display data from the character generator into the station’s on-air graphics tickers.

Fox Affiliate WICZ-TV First To Deploy ClassX Graphics June 21st 2017 - 01:50 PM

Fox affiliate WICZ-TV has become the first U.S.customer for the ClassX on-air graphics solution, made by Italy-based ClassX and distributed in in North, South and Central America exclusively by FOR-A Corp.

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Broadcast Graphics in the Eye of Brainstorm June 6th 2017 - 01:00 PM

For the television viewer, no production technology has advanced as significantly, and improved the viewing experience more profoundly, than live graphics. Helpful information that once was displayed as simple text and titles has become a whirlwind of motion effects, 3D elements and augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) images that bring new life to a news or entertainment show, increase audience retention and boost ratings. We’re seeing new and better graphics with literally every major broadcast, and that’s changing the audience expectation for everything that follows.

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Cinegy Brings COTS Production Facility to NAB Show 2017 June 5th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Proving their systems are ready for UHD, Cinegy demonstrates complete production capabilities mixing IP, SDI and file-based video.

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The Switch Network Puts Everything Production in the Cloud May 31st 2017 - 03:00 PM

The Switch Network’s Cumulus demonstration proves that latency-free live TV production can be from anywhere at anytime.

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Integrate and Innovate for the Content Delivery of the Future May 23rd 2017 - 12:05 PM

Broadcast is a whole new world. With OTA being challenged by OTT, streaming and new viewing platforms. Traditional broadcasters need to incorporate new state-of-the-art systems in their facilities if they want to survive.

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