With wireless technologies moving more content to viewers, live television broadcast must adapt to consumers' lifestyles, and while an OTA connection
Consumers are increasingly staying connected to their content world through fixed and mobile devices. This connectivity requires a level of interactivity
Digital rights management (DRM) has come to mean the combination of content protection (by means of encryption) with entitlement rules (conditional access,
Mobile DTV standards give content providers the ability to broadcast multiple video programs and data to mobile and vehicular devices. Although basic
Broadcasting is in a transition that goes beyond the mere conversion of analog systems to digital platforms. Various initiatives are leading the way to
Although 3-D content is widely available in theaters, and 3-D disc players are now on retail shelves, terrestrial digital television has not caught up
Although content distributors have recently gotten the message on audio operations in the form of federally mandated requirements on commercial and program
A media container is a that contains video, audio and data elements, and can function as a file entity or as an encapsulation method for a live stream.
The killer app of computer interactivity, when considering popularity, is probably the Web browser. But interactivity requires more than just a browser;
In this column earlier this year, we mentioned the concept of an overall transfer function describing a complete camera-to-display video system. We then
MPEG-4 AVC offers many tools for coding video and higher coding efficiency than MPEG-2. The growing number of AVC applications is facilitated by a broad
Mobile DTV is continuing to roll out in the United States. The Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC) recently projected that the new service will reach more
Broadcasting today relies on the ingest, storage and playout of content involving many different tape- and file-based media. With the migration toward
Bandwidth is expensive, so combining multiple digital signals into a single stream is desirable, but complex
With the growing interest in repurposing video to multiple media and diverse means of display, including mobile TV systems, it is useful to consider how
Video monitoring technology continues to evolve at an amazing pace. Just consider the variety of new broadcast and production monitors that were announced
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