—KABC-TV has the skies of Los Angeles covered with its Air7HD news helicopter, which recently added the ShotOver F1 Live camera.
In an effort to boost reception of its over-the-air TV signal, Maine Public Broadcasting says it has integrated GatesAir Maxiva M2X exciters into all five of its transmitters.
This content-push model relies LTE-“B” for “broadcast,” a cellular standard that is said to transmit one-to-many.
Submission proposals for the main program are due by May 30.
—Secaucus facility allows sports channels to share technology
NBC Olympics’ coverage of the Rio 2016 Summer Games was the most ambitious we’ve ever been in bringing content to U.S. viewers.
The College Football Playoffs National Championship game concluded in thrilling fashion back in January and viewers got to watch in part thanks to PSSI Global Services.
The tag team of Blackmagic Design and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) have proved to be a winning combination for some time, including for the WWE’s recent Smackdown Holiday Tour.
—Following its acquisition of the Pacific Research & Engineering console brand from GatesAir last week, Wheatsone has named SCMS as its exclu...More
The Video Call Center (VCC) has signed a technology license and services agreement with Fox Television Holding’s Half-Life Productions with the goal of developing video caller television programming.
Google researchers working on Project Loon, a global airborne-broadband experiment discovered their balloons will not have to circle the earth to fulfill their goal of providing internet connectivity ...
—Did you hear the one about a bunch of broadcasters walking into a golf resort full of Hollywood production types?
How many standards does it take to make a standard? Quite a few when you're inventing the wheel...
Small cable operators want to know how they would fit into a the proposed voluntary ATSC 3.0 adoption scheme.
The assignment phase of the TV spectrum incentive auction will commence March 6 and run through March 30, which signals the end of the auction and the start of the repack.
—The trio of Jim Tracy, Jim Miller and Ben Little—members of NATE’s Board of Directors—have been elected to serve on the association’s Execut...More
Craig Eckert and Don Wright have been announced as the 98th and 99th inductees into the Nebraska Broadcasters Association (NBA) Hall of Fame.
The man filling the exiting Brian Cram’s shoes as CEO of Dejero has been revealed to be Bruce Anderson.
Workflow and media asset management provider Masstech recently promoted two of its own to new management positions.