As I toured the NAB exhibition floor, multiple top-flight exhibitors showed what they termed 4K/2K workflow solutions. The products included cameras,
A recent blog post from the website HD Guru caused the consumer spaces to explode with controversy and apprehension. The article's author wrote about
I was jogging late one evening in a large park near my home. The nature trails are normally tranquil and solitary. This time, however, I found myself
Friends know that I attend some kind of convention in Las Vegas every spring, but they have no real idea what it's about or why I go. I've tried explaining
If Americans stopped watching television, we'd all be in a heap of trouble. So, when I spy a headline predicting a video apocalypse, I follow up and dig
Cloud storage was certainly a hot button for 2011 and will be equally as hot this year. Though there has not been widespread adoption of storage or software
The report's executive summary begins, Every day, more and more Americans begin using Smartphones, tablets and wireless modems to access new mobile applications
We've all been tripped up by something to which we should have seen or paid attention. Perhaps you locked your keys inside the car because your mind was
If I rated technical topics by the number of press releases received, cloud storage would be number one. Not a day goes by when I don't receive at least
A late August e-mail subject line captured my attention. While the e-mail appeared to have little to directly impact OTA broadcasting, the title could
The path from the TV station to a viewer's television set used to be simple and direct: transmit antenna to receive antenna. Today, there are a variety
A May 2011 report titled If a TV station broadcasts in the forest, written by Thomas W. Hazlett, a professor of law and economics at George Mason University
Just over a year ago, the FCC released its long-awaited National Broadband Plan (NBP). For broadcasters, the plan means losing 120MHz, or 20 channels,
Editorial director Brad Dick discusses Adobe Pass, a technology that provides viewers with the content portability and access they demand, and why broadcasters should take note.
Editorial director Brad Dick considers the changing world of consumer video, the many platforms it’s being delivered to, and what broadcasters need to do to keep up.
Editorial director Brad Dick discusses the FCC’s decision to delay the approval of an experimental license for a new DTV system proposed by SpectrumEvolution.org and the possible motives behind it
Editorial director Brad Dick revisits his prediction about 8-VSB in light of an FCC recommendation that the industry move to adopt COFDM
Editorial director Brad Dick discusses the growing prevalence of over-the-top TV and how it will impact broadcasters going forward
Editorial director Brad Dick shares his thoughts on 3-D TV, its wealth of technology and its dearth of content
Editorial director Brad Dick discusses the changing platforms on which consumers view content and reassures broadcasters that TV isn’t going away anytime soon
Editorial director Brad Dick discusses the proposed Spectrum Measurement and Policy Reform Act and how it will affect broadcasters’ stations and bank accounts
A recent story on the Broadcast Engineering website reviewed Qualcomm's potential decision to sell its video delivery business, FLO TV. Qualcomm's chairman
I've previously been of the opinion that TV viewers would never settle for watching TV programming on computers because it required a lean-forward experience.
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