James O'Neal is the technology editor for TV Technology magazine.
The United States is at the cusp of yet another television spectrum repacking operation.
With OTT now the fastest-growing method for distributing news and entertainment, the technology for streaming was everywhere on the NAB Show exhibit floor.
We’ve now arrived at the doorstep of another big era of change in the television industry, ushering in UHD imaging, wider color gamuts, high dynamic range and virtualization.
More than 100 of the best minds in the field of television engineering have gathered here for the 2017 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB) conference.
“The goal is in sight!” might well sum up the feelings of standards group members and others who convened at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center to review and celebrate their work during the ATSC’s May 16-17 “Next Gen TV” conference.
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Streaming of video and audio content has grown by leaps and bounds during the past decade or so—no more low-res herky-jerky movement and “waiting, waiting, waiting for download” or “buffering” messages.
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