One of today’s truest tests of leading-edge optical glass technology is high resolution digital imaging.
The technical side of television requires more than good eyes. Broadcast engineers must make objective, repeatable observations of signals, waveforms and values using test gear.
Editing for sports programming used to be all about providing highlights after the game. Not anymore.
Many stations are moving from automating legacy infrastructure to station-in-a-box designs but most are somewhere in between. Few share many technical similarities.
Nearly everyone in Las Vegas holds their cards near the vest, including many 2014 NAB Show exhibitors.
What’s the difference between rows of gaming machines in Las Vegas casinos and today’s broadcast facility?
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