There was no letup this year in the rate of change occurring in the broadcast industry. In automation, nontraditional technological and business trends
This year's NAB reiterated two constants: On the nondelta side, broadcasters continue to look for ways to save money but still look good. On the delta
Automation at this year's NAB mirrored the evolutionary changes that are taking place in the broadcast industry. As workflows inside a television facility
Exhibitors at NAB2004 demonstrated that current trends will continue well into the future with regards to automation. A common theme surrounding automation this year is commoditization
Taking a dual-path approach to remote broadcasting can make serving clients in HD and SD more economically feasible, by making the same equipment do double duty.
Automation at this year's NAB once again has lived up to the old adage of “different things to different folks.
This years NAB demonstrated that our march towards DTV continues. Some might argue that is too strong a verb, but most would certainly agree that is not
Selecting the right emergency power system can keep broadcasters on the air in the face of rolling blackouts and other power interruptions.
NAB2001 provided additional evidence that many technologies that were once separate, clearly delineated systems continue to fuse into contiguous solutions
Actually, there is no technical reason why a broadcaster could not install a personality in an STB that looked out for the interest of the broadcaster.
One way to limit the amount of compression needed is to sub-sample the chroma. 4:1:1 sampling produces the same bit rate as 4:2:0. Which is better? Here
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