Production
Pay-TV Market Shakeup Or Shakedown?
Will 2015 mark the death of the pay-TV bundle? Probably not, but events of the past few weeks have suggested that it may be on life support.
Cord-Cutter Gear: Three Antennas and a Pre-amp
Programmatic Ad Technology Proliferates
What Tom Said: About Richard Friedel
Closing FCC Field Offices Could Lead to ‘RF Anarchy’
NAB 2015: Notes From the Floor on Three-Sensor 4K Cameras
McAdams On: The Ongoing Transition
What to Expect at 2015 NAB
McAdams On: TV Stations With No Signal
Gearing Up for the 2015 NAB Show
What Tom Said: Hollywood Stays In Control (For Now)
Remembering the Early Days of L.A. Television
Crappin’ Out on the Lossy Drag
Amazon’s Agenda Fits Streaming Expectations From Researchers
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What Tom Said: The Push for Drones

Apr 20, 2015 / 02:00 PM / By Jay Ankeney
State of the Edit, 2015
In this year’s annual “State of the Edit” survey, I asked representatives of most of the major NLE’s about today’s challenges facing editors and the post production community.
Mar 01, 2015 / 09:00 AM / By Jay Ankeney
Advertising Crowns the Super Bowl Experience
Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1 was the most-watched, live event in the history of U.S. sports television with a record overnight rating of 49.7, up 4 percent over last year’s game.
Feb 23, 2015 / 06:00 PM / By Jay Ankeney
From Small Screen To Really Big Screen
n a first-of-itskind presentation that may be a harbinger for the future of crossover exhibition, HBO and IMAX earlier this month presented two episodes of HBO’s popular “Game of Thrones” series on the largest exhibition screens available in over 200 IMAX theaters.


Feb 25, 2015 / 02:00 PM / By Mario Orazio
Crappin’ Out on the Lossy Drag
You might not have noticed, but… I guess I’m not much of a gamblin’ man.
Mar 28, 2014 / 12:50 PM / By David Lee
Applied Technology: Captioning Made Easy (and Affordable)
With government mandates, closed captioning has never been an easy task for a broadcaster or Internet video service provider
Mar 06, 2014 / 04:00PM / By Rush Beesley, Broadcast Engineering
Applied Technology: Multi-Channel in a Box: Cost-effective Multicasting on the DTV Spectrum
Much has happened in the world of broadcast technology since my company, Sundance, designed and installed the first digital, non-linear spot playback system at KESQ-TV in the late 80s


May 18, 2015 / 09:00 AM / By Jay Holben
LEDs: An Update on Studio Lighting
Although our first years with LEDs were filled with 1x1 panels and small onboard lighting fixtures, the past couple of years have seen a rise in legitimate studio lighting fixtures.
May 01, 2015 / 11:00 AM / By Jay Holben
Lighting: Back to Front Or Front to Back?
It used to irritate the hell out of me that Chris would always start lighting from the smallest detail in the room.
Mar 04, 2015 / 12:00 AM / By Jay Holben
Blackness: A Three-Tiered Approach
When I first made the move to Los Angeles to pursue my career in film, my two roommates were huge fans of “The X-Files.”


Mar 07, 2014 / 03:48PM / By Broadcast Engineering
Applied Technology: The Promise of Fully Tapeless Production
The promise of fully tapeless production has been in the air for quite some time
Oct 02, 2013
Mexico’s TV Azteca Upgrades to ChyronHego’s BlueNet Graphics

ChyronHego has closed a deal with TV Azteca, one of the world’s largest producers of Spanish language television programming. In a major graphics overhaul, TV Azteca has implemented ChyronHego’s end-to-end BlueNet solution at its headquarters in Mexico City to bring to air high-quality news and sports graphics, social media content, and virtual product placement.

Sep 16, 2013
Sky Sports takes ChyronHego’s Player Tracking graphics to air
The UK sports channel enhances its live soccer coverage with advanced virtual graphics and football analysis tools.






 
 
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