Honoring product introductions for TV, professional video and broadcast/online radio.
Sony Professional Solutions Americas (PSA) has announced the formation of Sony Media Solutions, which combines many of the company’s technology resources designed to help media customers maximize, and monetize, content distribution, as well as drive efficiencies at every stage of the media production lifecycle—from content acquisition to distribution to archive.
The promise of a future of virtual and augmented reality and artificial intelligence is not just a pipedream but is here and now and is revolutionizing our daily activities.
Amazon Web Services has launched five new offerings within the AWS Elemental Media Services cloud portfolio to help customers build end to end workflows for both live and on-demand video with the professional features, image quality, and reliability needed to deliver premium video experiences to viewers across a multitude of devices.
A group of Democratic senators and representatives have asked the Inspector General of the FCC to open an investigation on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s handling of the proposed Sinclair-Tribune merger, raising questions about Pai’s “objectivity and impartiality.”
Groups claim ‘volutary’ adoption will force consumers to buy new equipment, jeopardize retrans
An FAA advisory panel on drone regulations is split on whether to implement rules on tracking and identifying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
FCC Democratic Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel this week criticized the current proposal for voluntary adoption of the ATSC 3.0 standard (also referred to as “NextGen TV”), and thinks the commission should take more time to consider the ramifications.
HECAS, a South Korean-based startup in mobile live video transport solutions, is demonstrating what it says is the industry’s “first commercially-deployed” MPEG-MMT-based mobile live streaming solution, at the IEEE Broadcast Symposium, at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Va. this week.
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee voted today to provide level funding of $445 million in FY2020 for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and $27.7 million in FY2018 for the Ready To Learn program.
Sen. Klobuchar Seeks Hearing on Disney-Fox
Report: FCC to Levy Multimillion-Dollar Fine on Sinclair
‘Say Yes to the Dress’ Starts on TLC January 6
MAI to Launch Digital Audit Program for OTT
BBC expands BBC Player into Malaysia
Global Radio to launch Heart 80s
‘Cultural revolution’ in China as SVoD rises
How 'Wormwood' Subverts the Entire True-Crime Documentary Genre
'Wonder Wheel:' Color Theory (and Coney Island)
All Access: Hangman Goes on the Road with Robbie Williams