The upcoming meeting will focus on real-world experiences from media companies that are implementing file-based processes through production and distribution
The single-management system to run the back office and operations introduces the possibility of ‘lights out’ master control
The South African media services company has installed two channels of iTX as part of new transmission service
The automation, media management and router vendor has joined forces with the switcher and standards conversion specialist to offer a broader product range
The New York Racing Association is using the Omneon Spectrum media server and MediaGrid for track replays and race packages
As we move into uncertain times, automation must still be high on the spending list because it can deliver real efficiency gains.
The company is focusing on business models and how a broadcaster can improve ad yield and explore new revenue opportunities
News editors want pictures, regardless of where the reporter is located. And they want live links with the reporter to drop into the newscast. When reporting
The adoption of digital asset management (DAM) by broadcasters has had a long gestation period, with many potential users failing to see a sound case
There are several 24-hour news stations aimed at a global audience, including Al Jazeera, BBC World and CNN. A recent entrant to the fold is France 24
As broadcasters move from videotape to file-based operations, it is apparent that some form of standardized format is needed to exchange content between
Imagine a television station that shoots on Panasonic P2 or Sony XDCAM. That station could potentially broadcast without using videotape at any stage
Digital asset management (DAM) is a popular topic on the conference and seminar circuit. Why should it be of interest to broadcasters, and what benefits
Europe is at that point where OB truck fleets have to be evaluated and upgraded to meet the demands of the new transmission format
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