Friedrich Gierlinger, Rico Zimmerman of the German broadcaster’s R&D organization, IRT, talked about the issues around the QC of program files, specifically MXF files. The German, Austrian and Swiss public broadcasters share program files on a regular basis via a WAN. They have regular plug-fests to test interoperability between MXF files created and decoded by different products. V8W3H68JU5P6

  01/28/2013, 02:35AM
Video streaming is your future
The FCC has suggested television broadcast stations begin streaming, although it isn't a license requirement. Aside from the legal ssues regarding copyright laws, when it comes to video streaming, what do you need to consider? Veteran broadcaster, John D. Weigand, has made a list to help you get started.
The survey did find that broadcasters are beginning to hire more staff, which the IABM attributes to “tackling skill shortages.”
  01/25/2013, 02:06PM
HEVC is for OTT but not yet Ultra HD
Likely to become best known as H.265, HEVC has been seized upon as the enabler for Ultra HD and more immediately as the salvation for smart TVs accessing content over the Web.
  01/23/2013, 02:27AM
The legal side of streaming video
Be careful what you put in the video stream, or yu may get caught in its rapids.
In early 2012, the MCV issued a press release stating that the move “allows Dyle to take the first step in realizing the broadcaster vision of live, local TV on every smartphone.” It's a nice vision, but far from reality.
  01/22/2013, 03:16PM
Goodbye spinning disks
Tape's not dead--not by a long shot. And the cloud, can you spell broken?
  01/22/2013, 12:40AM
Don't eliminate the older workers
Want to save some money? Keep that older worker on staff!
The card allows users to network Grass Valley 3G camera systems and their base stations via the MediorNet fiber infrastructure.

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