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What Tom Said: Hatching the UHD Egg
As our industry heads to Amsterdam for the annual IBC Show, decisionmakers and vendors alike will get updates on the latest technologies in the electronic media market.
Ready for YouTube’s Networks
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
Tuesday / 12:08 PM
Dolby Takes Atmos Object Audio Into Homes
Dolby announced that Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. movies featuring Dolby Atmos soundtracks will soon be available for home theater enthusiasts with Dolby Atmos-enabled AV receivers and speakers.
Monday / 01:12 AM
New Low-Latency, High-Density LX-MADI PCIe Sound Card at IBC2014
This latest addition to the company's range of sound cards engineered for broadcast applications is designed to provide radio and television broadcasters with low-latency performance and reliable multichannel synchronous audio PC connectivity in high-density audio production and automation applications.
Monday / 12:26 AM
Audio Loudness Still a Hot Topic
Time flies. It’s been nearly four years since Congress passed H.R. 1084/S. 2847, commonly referred to as the CALM Act. International legislation requiring broadcasters to limit the variance in level between programming and advertised has also been established.
Monday / 05:00 AM
For AES67, Timing is Everything
A brilliant decision in developing the recent audio-over-IP standard, AES67-2013, was basing it on existing protocols.
Thursday / 09:24 AM
FCC Makes Minor Alterations to CALM Act
The FCC this week updated the CALM Act to reflect new changes implemented by the Advanced Television Systems Committee.
Monday / 11:11 AM
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.
Tuesday / 08:50 AM
Countryman B2D Lavalier Microphone
Noisy environments are always a challenge when it comes to picking up good audio.
Tuesday / 08:00 AM
Nugen’s VisLM-H ‘Loudness’ Plug-Ins
We have all experienced—as professional audio engineers, amateurs, consumers, casual or power channel surfers— the sometimes very radical difference in audio levels between TV channels, and even between programs and ads on the same channel.


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