Susan Ashworth is a freelance journalist based in San Francisco and a former editor of TV Technology.
New K-Frame switcher, camera series target smaller markets
While few doubt that the next-generation technologies dominating today’s discussion—from the cloud to the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard—are part of broadcasting’s future, it’s harder to answer the questions of “when” and “how.”
Attendees looking at technology in the realm of storage, recording and the cloud are in for a pleasant surprise this year.
If there’s a theme to be found when it comes to switching and routing technology, it’s one of both expansion and retraction.
Focus will be on new OTT and programmatic opportunities, cybersecurity
Broadcasters to focus on Repack, Next Gen TV and IP
Considering cloud, tape and hybrid to find the right archive fit
With the seats at the Federal Communications Commission poised to flip to a Republican majority in 2017, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly laid clear his suggestions to create a pro-growth, pro-innovation FCC “firmly grounded in free-market principles,” he said.
A look at what’s next in storage technologies
Just as the Rolling Stones jumped in with “Start Me Up,” they were stopped. And that was just as it should be.
Court Shuts Down Shava TV, Cres TV for Illegal Streaming of International Programming
Jeffrey McCracken Joins CNBC.com as Managing Editor
AT&T Sponsors ‘El Chapo’ Aftershow on Univision
ColorTV Deals for Guidebox
FCC Promotes Wireless Buildouts
BBC expands BBC Player into Malaysia
Global Radio to launch Heart 80s
‘Cultural revolution’ in China as SVoD rises
Lady Gaga Returns to Her Experimental Roots with Surreal Video by Ruth Hogben and Andrea Gelardin
PBS's 'American Epic' Reclaims Lost Heritage of American Music with an All-Star Cast
The Panasonic GH5 vs. GH4 vs. URSA Mini 4.6K