James O'Neal is the technology editor for TV Technology magazine.
Eleventh edition aims to be ‘practical resource’ rather than ‘textbook’
Broadcast engineers from around the world gathered Oct. 10-12 for the annual IEEE Broadcast Symposium, a forum for exchanging information on the latest developments in the broadcast arena.
The 2017 IEEE Broadcast Symposium returned to its Washington, D.C. area “roots” today after four years on the road.
Dolby Laboratories’ next-gen AC-4 audio delivery system, which was engineered to deliver high-quality television sound, along with the Dolby Atmos surround sound system dominated the company’s IBC Show stand this year.
Will ‘third time’ be the charm?
Paul Fitts is one of the very few U.S. communications tower workers qualified to handle “tall” tower jobs, a skill that’s now very much in demand due to the on-going spectrum repack.
After surgery, I was delivered to ICU, and as soon as the effects of the anesthesia began to clear, I couldn’t help but notice a large wall-mounted flatscreen TV set in the room.
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.
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