Television has been around a long time, and while it’s still viewed on your television set using multiple distribution methods, it’s also available on other screens as well.
It doesn’t really matter where you are in the chain—acquisition, aggregation, production, post, distribution, broadcast, or streaming—when things are not right, it’s a problem.
As I started this review, I reflected back on the times I worked overnight at our transmitter site some 25 miles from the studio, each and every Thursday night.
Even though I’ve been in this industry for more than three decades, it’s still exciting to see test gear that makes troubleshooting easier.
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