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By defying convention, we push the boundaries of what a piece of recording equipment can accomplish.By devoting more of our resources to quality components - and less of them to advertising - we take huge steps to increase the

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Do The Right QC, Early (Featured / Editorial)
December 15th 2016 - 08:00 AM

The days of looking at bars and tone and calling it a quality check are long gone. The digital world makes it easier to playout and produce high quality. It can also be more difficult to identify errors. With this in mind, where in the playout and production chain should one perform quality-control checks?

Streaming: ATSC 3.0’s Competition (Featured / Editorial)
May 8th 2017 - 08:00 AM

"Ownership of connected televisions and streaming media players is accelerating while the availability of streaming content is simultaneously expanding. These combined forces will continue to drive increased adoption of connected devices within U.S. households,” John Buffone, executive director, Connected Intelligence.

For Many Stations, Moving To ATSC 3.0 Is Not An Easy Decision To Make (Featured / Editorial)
August 17th 2017 - 08:00 AM

ATSC 3.0 broadcasting will soon become an established standard in North America and elsewhere. American broadcasters await the FCC's ruling (expected by end of the year) that U.S. broadcasters can legally use ATSC 3.0. Even so, a debate remains over the economics and practical value of migrating from the current 1.0 standard, which many HD stations are happy with, to a new and, less familiar, OFDM-based technology which brings with it uncertainty and added cost.

IBC 2018 To Highlight 5G Broadcast Debate (Featured / Editorial)
June 25th 2018 - 08:00 AM

The hype and discussion about next generation telecom systems - most notably 5G - has hit the mainstream, partly because of the promise of faster and more widespread mobile broadband services for smartphones and other devices. It is also something that is being debated seriously in broadcast circles as a possible alternative - if not replacement - for digital terrestrial transmission in both radio and television, as well as cable and satellite.