08.02.2013 02:14 PM
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Broadcasting & Mobile Broadband; Multiscreen in Sochi; NAB Review; Buyers Guide: Fibre, Cable & Connectors; Test & Measure; SharpShooter Kushan Madushanka of Sri Lanka
SOCHI 2014: Multiscreen Becomes Mainstream , SOCHI 2014: Canadians Minimize Big Broadcast Expense, SOCHI 2014: It’s all about the MAM for US Rightsholder NBC, TECH NEWS: Davide Moro takes part in a test of T2-Lite, TRENDS: David Austerberry on where Channel-in-a-Box systems stand today, and where they’re going’ BUYERS GUIDE: Automation, MAM, DAM, Recording & Storage, SHARPSHOOTER: A chat with Melbourne-based Singaporean Guna Subramaniam
Tech news: IBC 2013 Star Awards; Tech News: Tech News: 25 things you may have missed at IBC 2013; Tech News: Special Report, MAM; Buyers Guide: ENG and APP; Late4breaking News; Real-time 4k UHDVT Transmission; Sharpshooter: profiles cameraman Vincent Baumont –from Provence to Vietnam; Last Lines: Audio Video Bridging 
Tech news: Subtitling trends; Tech news: IBC Multiscreen, companion screen & second screen, IBC Big Data, IBC 4k; Preview: IBC; Buyers guide, Vision mixers & routers; Sharpshooter: Daniel Smukalla on working in South Korea
Tech news: Transmission; Tech news: BK at NAB: Special report: BMSB Conference; Facilities; First Media’s Headend upgrade; Buyers guide: Transmission, transmission monitoring, multiscreen & transcoding; Sharpshooter: Bhutan filmmaker, Jamyang Dorji 
Tech news: Over-the-top is good news for broadcast; Tech News: transmission trends; Tech News: 8k at NAB; Buyers Guide: transmission, monitoring, multiscreen & transcoding ; Sharpshooter: profiles London freelancer, Oliver Gold

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