That was fast. Here we are with 2016 in the rearview.
It’s that time again… to look back at the past year and forward to a new year.
If you’ve spent more than a microsecond in TV, you know something about time code.
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.
You have all gone home and are hopefully enjoying the bacon and cigarettes for breakfast you so richly deserve.
Continuing rapid technology advancements, changing content consumption behavior and increased connectivity are driving broadcasters to rethink their organizational foundations in order to align with these changes and to maximize the opportunities that they offer.
I recently attended a meeting, held in a conference room dedicated to Chester Floyd Carlson.
TV is undergoing such rapid and massive changes, it’s impossible to predict an overall outcome, unless it’s simply an ongoing process of ever-accelerating change.
The transition to IP-based media production and transport in our industry is the most transformative development since the move to digital.
The news desk phone rings: a downtown building is on fire. But, as a 21st century news gatherer, you already knew that… you’re watching a live stream from the scene, found on your twitter feed.
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