The humble BNC connector has been around for so long that most broadcast engineers don’t even know what the letters “BNC” mean.
Craig Norris reminds us that M&A fever is nothing new, and that it takes time for the dust to settle on a merger.
Technology, consumer behavior and economic shifts are driving consumers away from free-to-air broadcast and cable TV, argues Craig Norris. Which broadcast vendors will adapt to changing conditions?
The general feeling I get, and it seems to be shared by others, is the anxiety associated with letting go of the 'safe' old way of storing our media.
TV services delivered over the Internet directly to the viewer have had no clear standards to follow, says Craig Norris.
Much has improved in IPTV technology in the last five years, but network traffic jams and politics are now threatening IPTV’s future, says Craig Norris.
Craig Norris on a topic that remains front-and-centre for IBC attendees: The risks that go along with a modern IT infrastructure, and how to address them.
We now find ourselves in a curious position whereby as engineers we are not so much challenged by engineering problems as much as we are by questions of an economic nature.
If five companies all say they are the worldwide leader in the particular field, which one can you believe?
We humans need stimulation, and modern working life involving the supervision of automated repetitive routine work procedures is far from stimulating.
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