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Ready for YouTube’s Networks
How often does an 18,000-attendee trade convention deal with “chaperone and parent” issues or offer free badges for “ages 8 and younger?”
CableCARD: Acknowledge the Inevitable
McAdams On: Ferguson Unraveling
A Look Back at Broadcast Engineering Magazine
McAdams On: Comcast’s Growing Pains
Rounds’ Social TV Relies on Online Streams
True Dedication
Transitioning Broadcast Automation
Recording Pretty Pictures From Above
McAdams On: LPTVs
McAdams On: Aereo’s Hail Mary
FCC Intentions Are Out of Balance
McAdams On: Regulatory Ripple Effect
Dear FCC: Walk the Talk
Raising Expectations in Local Sports Coverage
McAdams On: TV's Current Transition

Aug 05, 2014 / 02:00 AM / By Jay Ankeney
6P Laser 3D: Coming to a Theater Near You?
3D has become a favored piñata for many in the film and broadcast industry.
Jun 27, 2014 / 03:28 PM
3D Continues Its March
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water… 3D is back and bigger and better than ever.
May 05, 2014 / 01:44 PM / By Jay Ankeney
The Perils of 4K
“We are working on eight television shows right now including ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ ‘Perception,’ and ‘Cougar Town,’ among others, but none of those clients have requested 4K masters.”


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
Oct 17, 2013
Canon launches S-Series full HD network cameras
The new S-series network cameras have been designed for indoor environments that require sensitive monitoring of specific areas or items.


Aug 15, 2014 / 11:40 AM / By Jay Holben
The Parabolic Aluminum Reflector
The next in line on our examination of lighting fixtures is the PAR, which is an acronym for Parabolic Aluminum Reflector.
Jun 11, 2014 / 09:49 PM / By Jay Holben
Tungsten v. Incandescent
This month, let’s take a deeper look at one of the most ubiquitous forms of illumination in our world: tungsten or incandescent bulbs.
May 05, 2014 / 05:00 AM / By Jay Holben
Using a Light Meter to Maintain Atmosphere
I wanted to share a technique I developed over the years utilizing a reflected light meter to maintain a consistency of fog or atmosphere in a location over time.


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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