Broadcast Engineering

The Evolution of Cloud-Native Technology for Media Processing

By Yaniv ‎Ben-Soussan | May 9, 2017

Video infrastructure is changing. Traditionally, broadcast infrastructure was entirely based on hardware. But as video content and service providers look to launch broadcast and OTT services faster, gain operational efficiencies and reduce OPEX and CAPEX, they are shifting to software-based and cloud workflows.

Ad Technology Lessons for TV

By Gil Becker | May 3, 2017

TV advertising has shown a surprising resilience to the massive paradigm shift driven by digital ubiquity, with annual ad spending predicted to hit $195B in 2017.

Getting The Word Out To The Viewers

By James O'Neal | April 20, 2017

Although Television Hill is a very visible city landmark and is located adjacent to a major arterial into Baltimore traveled by thousands of vehicles each day, there is no signage to indicate exactly what it is and/or what takes place there.

Is It Time to Think About 8K?

By Dan Slentz | April 11, 2017

For the past several years, the video industry has been promoting 4K and the inclusion of “HDR” (high dynamic range) to boost the dynamics of color.

Evaluating Professional Online M&E Platforms Part I

By Ken Yas | March 17, 2017

The retooling of the entertainment industry’s production technology through digital image capture means that workflows from acquisition through distribution for television and film are now exclusively file-centric.

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