—The face of television audio has developed some interesting new wrinkles since we last looked at loudness—namely, immersive audio, objectbas...More
Audio over IP (AoIP) continues to gain traction with TV broadcast and production facilities for many good reasons.
Every April, thousands of us make a pilgrimage to the desert to learn from gurus who pass along insight and direction, give us glimpses into the future, and help us make sense of it all.
When we look at where television audio standards stand today, it’s hard to reconcile the initial mono sound broadcasts from television’s infancy to where it has evolved with the capabilities of the ne...
—I try to head to the NAB Show in Las Vegas every year, and this year was probably one of the best experiences I have had.
New York-based PostWorks, one of the largest editorial and sound operations in the U.S., is a prime example of a studio that has used Adder's IP-based digital KVM matrix to maximize the effectiveness ...
Key lighting seems like the simplest idea when setting up a scene with light as it’s the main light on the subject.
Effective July 1, 2017, clips of all live or near-live programming captioned on TV must be captioned when delivered via Internet Protocol.
—Not too long ago, the words “public cloud” and “media enterprise” had almost nothing in common.
WNJU Telemundo first onboard
Broadcast TV antenna and transmitter manufacturers’ exhibits at the 2017 NAB Show were as packed as I’d seen since the DTV build-out a decade ago.
With the end of the FCC’s spectrum auction in January, it’s time to measure its damaging effects on broadcasters.
—In today’s real world of media asset management, workflow efficiency and throughput are still top-tier goals, but are now achieved through i...More
Broadcast and video production systems are moving rapidly into the IP realm.
Storage systems, whether or not coupled with editing systems, MAMs or other production-related data systems within broad- cast facilities, are all headed in the direction of IP-based infrastructures.
Figuring out the amount of bandwidth a video signal requires on an IP network isn’t terribly hard, but it does require some familiarity with the underlying technologies and packet formats.