10/28/2012 7:11 PM
AES day two: Even more technology
Day 2 cut from day 1



Back to business, I’ll call this AES show the year for new microphones.  Andrew reviewed for me the new KK204/205 series of microphones. Designed to partner well with the Sennheiser...
Brad Dick replays his day one touring the AES exhibition show floor.
  10/26/2012 8:29 AM
The pursuit of 'holographic' sound

   If you’re interested in learning about the present state of audio recording or what the future is likely to hold, you might consider chatting with Richard King for a few minutes.  King has won nine Grammy Awards, including two for Best Engineered...
  10/25/2012 10:48 AM
Ask The Experts: It's Excellence time!
Who doesn't like seeing their name in lights?! 

Just a quick heads up for you regarding Broadcast Engineering's Excellence Awards contest — entries are being accepted! The awards contest, now in its 12th year, is the industry's standard of measurement...
Planning an email strategy?

MarketingProfs recently reported key findings from email marketing software provider, GetResponse. After analyzing 21 million messages sent from US accounts during...
Often buried under constantly redefined ideologies and "helpful" products, the thought of a simple workflow, for many broadcast engineers, resembles something of a tragic comedy.
  10/23/2012 11:00 AM
Something For Everyone at CCW
A number of Keynote addresses and visionary presentations will get the days started
ChyronIP is a compact, lightweight system that provides producers with up to two HD or SD full-motion channels of Chyron graphics that stream directly into the TriCaster over a network connection.
Empress is leveraging XenData Archive Servers to deliver an integrated Digital Asset Management and LTO archive solution.
A panel discussion at the Content & Communications World (CCW) show looks to reveal some secrets about how to streamline workflows in a way that is most cost-effective to deploy for all types of distribution scenarios.

Thursday 11:07 AM
The Best Deconstruction of a 4K Shoot You'll Ever Read
With higher resolutions and larger HD screens, wide shots using very wide lenses can be a problem because they allow viewers to see that infinity doesn’t quite resolve into perfect sharpness.

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