Follow the important advances in the technology that broadcasters use in the field and in the newsroom.
The capabilities that were once the province of ADO and its successors have shown up inside production switchers.
Centralized operations are not always the most successful and economically viable because either the labor saved is not sufficient or the interconnection cost is too high.
Lens technology may be the first of several enabling technologies that led to the development of television.
The complexity of modern broadcast operations exceeds what a person could be reasonably expected to accomplish by manual action alone.
It is clearly valuable to many stations and production studios to have hardware that can adapt to a 525 shoot today and a 1080 shoot tomorrow.
John Luff explains the process and history of archiving, and the reasons that archiving systems and good “digital librarians” are needed in the industry.
Explore the issues news broadcasters face and the difficult decisions they must make to keep their operations profitable.
A decade ago, would any of us have guessed that today we would see a rapidly expanding market for HDTV programming and a demand for HDTV hardware? Perhaps
MPEG unleashed an industry that has improved the quality and reduced the cost of transmission, and has become the basis of the digital terrestrial television system worldwide.
From the general-purpose oscilloscope, manufacturers have adapted a specialized version, the “waveform monitor,” to simplify its use for video and TV — and now, for digital TV.
From heart wipe to HD, follow the evolution of production switchers and find one that’s best for you.
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