In television, ‘talent’ isn’t just the people in front of the camera. Everyone working at a station needs talent, dedication, initiative, and team spirit to succeed.
Gaining green credentials is becoming paramount for broadcasters but the solutions to achieving this are bound up with the wider societal issues surrounding electricity.
We are told that in the future all cars will be electrically powered. It is therefore quite natural that a broadcaster should consider whether outside broadcast vehicles might follow suit.
At NAB-2022, Hitachi Kokusai Electric Comark (COMARK) introduced the latest E-Compact “BB3” third generation of air-cooled, solid-state UHF high efficiency DTV transmitter product line. Air-cooled transmitters used exclusively for LPTV and Class A digital stations, but also are gaining in popularity for Single Frequency Network (SFN) applications.
In the last article we looked at why TCP/IP internet delivery is incredibly difficult to scale and how 5G-NR can overcome its limitations. In this article we dig deeper into 5G-NR to understand why it is such a powerful solution for all broadcasters looking to reach wider audiences.
Viewers are making it clear that they want to watch live events from their mobile devices as well as from the comfort of their own homes. Although internet streaming has given us a hint of what is achievable, its inability to scale to meet viewing demands is its Achilles’ heel leaving viewers frustrated and in need of a better solution.
Lithium batteries are all the rage on account of their low weight and high capacity. But how good are they really?
One cannot get very far with electricity without the topic of batteries arising. Broadcasters in particular have become heavily dependent on batteries to power portable equipment such as cameras and lights.
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