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Remembering the Early Days of L.A. Television
For most of us, it’s difficult to imagine a world devoid of television, or for that matter, a world where there were only one or two channel choices and television service was limited to just a few hours per day.
Amazon’s Agenda Fits Streaming Expectations From Researchers
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What Tom Said: The Push for Drones
Locating Shows Becomes a Cross-Platform Challenge
McAdams On: Title II Overkill
Broadcast’s Future Depends On Consumer Electronics
The More Things Change
McAdams On: 2015
Archiving: Maintaining Relevance for the Future
Education Episodes Are Made For Multiplatform Release
2014: A Year Not Unlike Others
In 2014…
McAdams On: FCC Schism and its Impact on the Auction
Is ATSC 3.0 for Real?
McAdams On: Our Clunky Tech
Friday / 09:31 AM
2015 VidTrans to Hold J2K Interop
This will be the second year for the Interop event and will feature 11 equipment manufacturers and technology suppliers as well as more extensive functionality.
Thursday / 01:43 PM
Joseph Electronics to Carry Vitec Products
Joseph Electronics announced an agreement with Vitec under which JE will serve as a Vitec solutions partner.
Thursday / 01:42 PM
Interactivity and DTV Broadcasting
Before television went digital, there were predictions that home TVs would soon allow interactivity to allow viewers to learn more about products and even shop from their TVs.
Monday / 10:16 AM
FCC Proposes Changing Definition of ‘MVPD’
It seems inevitable that linear content distribution will move to IP-based systems.
Friday / 09:17 AM
Conference Preview: Software-Based Broadcast Infrastructure
This will be a presentation detailing the transformations BBC NI have gone through since installing their software-based broadcast infrastructure in 2008.
Friday / 07:43 AM
Transporting Media at IBC
At IBC2014, Artel Video Systems will demonstrate its comprehensive solution for transporting broadcast-quality media across IP networks, direct fibre, and optical backbones using the DigiLink media transport platform.
Thursday / 01:03 PM
Screen at IBC2014: OTT/Web Subtitling that Supports Live Web Video Subtitling, More
In Screen’s solution, some low bandwidth timing information is added to the video stream and used to synchronise subtitles to the frames of video the viewer is watching. The ‘script’ at the viewer’s device can obtain the current frame's time value from the video stream and use it to determine when subtitles, should be displayed from the subtitle server.


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