Michael Grotticelli, Broadcast Engineering Extra
This new DVB–UHDTV Phase 1 specification sets the minimum requirements for the next generation of television transmission overseas.
The government is considering reauthorization of the 2010 Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELA), which expires this year.
A wide variety of on-air images and animations as well as virtual technology to add the sizzle for the world's most watched sporting event.
Hitachi Kokusai appears eager to become a major player for broadcasting equipment customers worldwide.
Several companies will have on-site service and repair services and one, LiveU, will provide "guaranteed," high-bandwidth hotspots.
Tightrope technology enables more programming to be distributed and efficiently managed across nine community-based government access channels.
Michael Jackson was "alive" and moonwalking his way across the stage during a 3D holographic performance at the Billboard Music Awards on May 18, live from the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has upgraded the state's emergency alert warning system with new technology from Digital Alert Systems, a division of Monroe Electronics
Broadcast ENG lenses continue to evolve, getting lighter yet more fully featured, to handle all types of ENG situations.
Today's multicamera sports productions would be considered lacking without a high-quality instant replay system to help viewers analyze controversial plays during live events.
The integration between the EVS XT3 server and Grass Valley's XtremeSpeed cameras is the result of a joint effort between the EVS and Grass Valley development teams.
GloboSat's new TV 4K-capable OB truck is getting a workout in Brazil, producing live broadcasts from World Cup matches played in the Maracana stadium, in Rio de Janeiro.
Lower third graphics such as distance, speed, or height measurements are now easily configurable to match a program design.