Switchers
In 2014…
Every piece of technology in my household became obsolete.
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McAdams On: Caveat Auctor
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McAdams On: SMPTE
Repercussions of Wheeler's 'Online Video' Blog
What Tom Said: About Appointment TV
IBC Reflections
Forward Thinker
C-SPAN Pay Wall Spotlights Multiplatform Challenge
It’s All Just ‘Television,’ Or Is It?
What Tom Said: Hatching the UHD Egg
Ready for YouTube’s Networks
Tuesday / 10:53 AM
Broadcast Pix Offers Trade-In Promotion for Slate
Broadcast Pix announced its Slate Upgrade Promotion, which allows current customers to trade in an existing Slate integrated production switcher for a new Granite or Mica system.
Monday / 03:03 PM
Argentinian Sports Channel Purchases For-A Switchers
For-A announces that Argentine broadcast sports production company Torneos y Competencias has been using a number of its video production switchers.
Monday / 03:00 PM
Smoke & Mirrors Chooses Imagine Communications Platinum IP3 Router
Imagine Communications announced that its Platinu™ IP3 routing technology has been deployed in the new London headquarters of international post production company Smoke & Mirrors.
Monday / 10:42 AM
For-A Announces Name Change to HVS Switcher Series
For-A announced a name change to three products within its Hanabi Series of video switchers.
Wednesday / 04:12 PM
SMPTE 2014: Uncompressed Video Over COTS Ethernet Switches
How many packets are dropped by Ethernet switches moving video? Thomas Edwards of Fox set about with Aperi Corp. to find out.
Tuesday / 12:43 PM
Broadcast Pix Welcomes Piper Digital as Manufacturer’s Rep
Broadcast Pix announced it is working with Piper Digital, a manufacturer’s representative firm in Torrance, Calif.
Monday / 11:36 AM
TVU Networks Delivers Enhanced TVU Grid Solution
TVU Networks is releasing its update of the TVU Grid IP video switching, routing and distribution platform.
Tuesday / 11:22 PM
Vendor View, Steve Owen, Quantel and Snell
For many of our customers the interest is in using cloud techniques to build broadcast systems in a new way; using virtualization to increase resource utilization, to address changing needs in future and to drive down management and deployment costs.


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