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Closing FCC Field Offices Could Lead to ‘RF Anarchy’
The FCC is considering a monumental change that will jeopardize its ability to control interference for the private sector.
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
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
Friday / 01:00 PM
Behind the Scenes at ‘Game of Thrones’
A panel of “Game of Thrones” creators drew avid fans and SMPTE members alike to the Linwood Dunn Theater at the Academy’s Pickford Center in March.
Monday / 02:24 PM
NAB 2015: Ross Video Streamlines Production; Prepares for IP
Ross Video CEO David Ross opened this year’s presser on Sunday with his “second annual Ross Video keynote address” to a ballroom that had 200 more chairs than the first annual Ross Video keynote address.
Sunday / 02:36 PM
Volicon and Nexidia Unveil Automated Closed-Captioning Quality Compliance
Volicon and Nexidia announced the release of a joint platform for automated compliance monitoring of closed-caption quality and descriptive video.
Monday / 08:51 AM
TVU and Bitcentral Combine For File Transfer and Asset Management
TVU Network and Bitcentral have partnered to offer integrated file transfer and asset management technology.
Friday / 10:08 AM
Thomson Video Networks Release MediaFlexSuite
Thomson Video Networks announced the launch of the MediaFlexSuite, which enables digital TV operators to process content from many sources for delivery on a variety of platforms
Friday / 01:00 AM
What Tom Said: Hollywood Stays In Control (For Now)
There was a brief moment recently, when the debate over what would be the future of movie distribution ventured into dangerous territory for Hollywood.


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