James Careless is an experienced broadcast industry writer with credits at TV Technology, AV Technology, and Government Video.
Secaucus facility allows sports channels to share technology
Ohio Education Television Stations (OETS) is using the datacasting capacity of its ATSC 1.0 HDTV broadcasts to deliver emergency communications in Ohio during manmade and natural disasters.
The awarding-winning Golden State Warriors Studio is a very busy production facility.
Today’s TV newsrooms are increasingly being tasked with serving the web and mobile first, and broadcast second.
Maintaining a balance between access and piracy
Even under the FAA’s highly restrictive “333 exemption” rules governing the commercial use of drones—especially the requirement to file flight plans 24 hours before launch—pioneering broadcasters such as ABC News, Cox Media Group, and Media General have managed to capture exciting, meaningful TV coverage using these unmanned, camera-equipped platforms.
Virtual reality and achieving interoperability among the newest TV broadcast/production IP technologies will dominate sessions and the exhibition show floor at IBC 2016, Sept. 8–13 at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Bryan Harper, vice president of content & production for the Minnesota Vikings, noted that the stadium video infrastructure was designed with the changing media landscape in mind.
From cellular to BAS, new systems use variety of transmission methods
NAB Show offers latest advances
CBS Pulls ‘Doubt’ From Schedule
FCC, FTC Democrats Decry Broadband Privacy Stay Move
Report: Roku Looking to Raise at Least $200M More
Viamedia: Case Against Comcast ‘Moving Forward’
FCC, FTC Dems Decry Broadband Privacy Stay Move
Weekend Watch: Mama June and 'The Obama Years'
Vodafone Spain launching 4K TV on 1 March
Women spend more time on social media
BBC Sport nets BADMINTONscotland deal
NEC’s Color-Critical Displays Bring Accuracy to Chicago Nonprofit Digital Arts Lab
Donny Hall Relies on BenQ PV3200PT 4K UHD Monitor for Color Accuracy
Buyer's Brief: Monitors