Sometimes quiet but never still, a burst of new monitors has hit the market and are sitting center stage.
When it came to building a new truck to cover the upcoming season of Sunday Night Football, the production engineers at NBC began with a premise in mind: space, space, space.
It’s akin to a thousand-piece puzzle that’s never quite complete: adding a spot here, repeating a clip there, deleting another a moment before it’s set to get on air.
Three new deadlines looming on the horizon are pushing the professional video industry to catch up on one of the quietest technologies in our midst: closed captioning.
Ross is not the company it used to be. That’s a fact that has guided this Canadian-based firm mightily over the last four decades.
From the slopes of Sochi all the way back to the desert of Nevada, it’s been a busy year for Harmonic
Solutions in the storage and recording arena are being asked to do more: more channels, more formats, more output, more connectivity.
As recording technology shrinks in size, it grows in power and capability. Is it now heading into the wide blue yonder?
\Put an experienced switcher operator in front of a sprawling professional broadcast switcher—even in the dark—and odds are he or she could still pull together a show.
Social media has become ever-present these days, even infiltrating the sacred back room of the broadcast engineer, but not in the way you might first think.
There is an undeniable appeal in watching soggy weathercasters tromp through howling hurricanes and hailstorms.
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