New platform uses HDR technology for immersive consumer experience
Company also showcased 8K Region of Interest for sports and live events
New product cuts down on rack space for traditional KVM transmitter
New camera provides for what the company calls "a complete news-over-IP workflow solution in the field."
ASID services designed to protect live sports and entertainment from streaming piracy
This question of real versus artificial can be applied to the captioning industry, too, as technology has enabled speech recognition software to compete with humans to create captions.
If smartphone newsgathering really is the wave of the future and not some pie-in-the-sky pipe dream, which television station or network will be first to catch that wave and dump most of its ENG systems and methods into that same bone yard we piled film cameras, processors, Moviolas, splicers and film chains back in the 70s?
For broadcasters, video content creators, and production companies alike, there's a big change coming.
The 600 MHz wireless spectrum auction has come and gone, taking some television stations off the air, forcing more than a thousand others to relocate, and causing repercussions that are starting to trickle all the way down to wireless device users.