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Apr 21, 2014 / 11:11 AM / By Mary Gruszka
File-Based Loudness Processors
File-based loudness processing, as one might expect, operates on audio files, either standalone, or extracted from an audio/video file such as MXF.
Mar 24, 2014 / 08:17PM / By Jay Yeary
The Difficulties of Getting a Great Mix to Air
I started mixing for television in the late 1970’s during the good old analog days when TV audio was more of an afterthought than it is now
Mar 07, 2014 / 03:43 PM / By Jay Yeary
TV Audio Advances
Television screens are getting bigger and sexier, but the audio technology in them seems to have stagnated.


Apr 21, 2014 / 11:33AM / By Doug Lung
The 10.0-10.5 GHz Spectrum Battle Heats Up
The FCC is considering a Mimosa Networks Petition for Rulemaking for licensing high-power fixed microwave links in the 10.0-10.5 GHz band.
Apr 21, 2014 / 11:05AM / By Doug Lung
FCC Terminates Sat Warehousing and Vertical Foreclosure Proceeding
The FCC is terminating proceedings concerning "warehousing" of satellite orbital locations and frequency assignments.
Apr 21, 2014 / 10:58 AM / By Doug Lung
Satellite Update for April 21, 2014
A review of the latest FCC actions affecting the satellite industry.


Feb 03, 2014 / 09:08AM / By Tom Butts
NFL Media Taps TVU Network for Mobile Cellular Uplinks
League will use gear as part of its live broadcast activities during NFL games and training camp.
Dec 26, 2013 / 11:11AM / By Doug Lung
Research at MIT and Hamilton Institute Could Effectively Double Satellite IP Bandwidth
Improvements could be most noticeable to TV news viewers because it would reduce dropped frames and glitches on IP-based transmissions from overseas correspondents.
Jun 19, 2013 / 09:00 AM / By James Careless
When Weather Turns Deadly
On May 31, 2013, Weather Channel meteorologist Mike Bettes and two teammates miraculously survived after their “Tornado Hunt 2013” vehicle was thrown 200 yards in an EF5 tornado in El Reno, Okla.


Apr 15, 2014 / 07:00 PM / By Karl Paulsen
Hybrid Secure Storage Devices
Users of computer and server systems may have self-encrypting and/or hybrid hard disk drives and not be aware of it.
Mar 06, 2014 / 12:13PM / By Wes Waite, Broadcast Engineering
Applied Technology: The Best of Both Worlds: Digital Video Encoding
Digital video encoders are much more complex than their predecessors, analog modulators, which makes them much more versatile, broadening the number of users and use cases for the same content and where it can be viewed
Mar 05, 2014 / 02:41 PM / By Al Kovalick
Progress Towards the All-IT/Cloud Media Facility
Media facilities—some production, post-production, broadcast ops—still have strong components of AV-specific gear. Much of this infrastructure is not IT/cloud-friendly.


Apr 21, 2014 / 11:00 AM / By Jay Ankeney
The Return of ‘Cosmos’
On March 9, the Fox Networks Group, in conjunction with the National Geographic Channels International, launched us on a journey through time, space and history by airing a masterful new version of one of TV’s greatest scientific documentary series, “Cosmos.”
Apr 15, 2014 / 06:00PM / By Jay Holben
The Composition Of Sunlight
I was recently invited to give a guest lecture on narrative lighting for the Bay Area Professional Videographer’s Association in San Jose, Calif.
Apr 09, 2014 / 02:00 PM / By Jay Ankeney
State of the Edit 2014
New technologies don’t limit the possibilities of post production, they expand its opportunities.






 
 
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