Tom is the Editor in Chief of TV Technology.
Interoperability in the file-based world has been an ongoing issue for media companies both large and small.
As 2017 gets underway and the spectrum auctions continue into the fourth round (which will quite possibly conclude by the time you read this), the assessment so far from most corners of the industry is that the results are underwhelming at least and disastrous at worst.
It’s that time again… to look back at the past year and forward to a new year.
Robert Kennedy, president and co-CEO for the C-SPAN network, will address the Government Video Expo at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7. In his presentation,
The nation’s radio and TV broadcasters in September, participated in the second national emergency alert system test initiated by FEMA; by most reports, the second goround went far more smoothly than the first.
Rodney Grubbs, NASA Imagery Experts Program Manager, will present “More and Better Pixels, How NASA Plans to use HDR, 4K, VR and Other Technologies to Take Everyone Along for the Ride to Mars” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Government Video Expo at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Rodney Grubbs, NASA Imagery Experts Program Manager, will present “More and Better Pixels, How NASA Plans to use HDR, 4K, VR and Other Technologies to Take Everyone Along for the Ride to Mars” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8.
The transition to IP-based media production and transport in our industry is the most transformative development since the move to digital.
The planets will have to align just so if broadcasters are successful in transitioning to new or shared channels following the spectrum auction with a limited amount of money and time.
Broadcasters have begun installing the first of several UHF antennas atop the spire of One World Trade Center as plans to move transmission facilities from the nearby Empire State Building—home to New York-area TV broadcasters since 9/11—get underway.
Executive Shuffle Continues at Viacom’s TV Land
Fox’s Daytona 500 Promos Cross Finish Line With 142.7M TV Ad Impressions
Showtime, CBS Launch Digital Series Around Thurman-Garcia Boxing Telecast
Executive Shuffle Continues at Viacom’s TVLand
Wireless Content, Distribution Examined (and Promoted) at Global Conference
Verizon Shows Sneak Peek of New Fios TV Platform at MWC
ITV sees fall in profits as advertising revenues also drop
BBC launches Strictly Come Dancing live event
Freeview Play TV sales surpass one million
'KEDi' Follows the Feline Residents of Istanbul
Winning Combination: The Advantages of Integrated Production Systems
Natural Habitat: Camouflaged Cameras Capture Animal Behavior Covertly for 'Spy in the Wild'