The world is getting wider, as servers expand outward from their traditional format and storage technologies attempt to better address the ever-growing demand for deeper archiving capabilities
The world is getting wider, as servers expand outward from their traditional format and storage technologies attempt to better address the ever-growing demand for deeper archiving capabilities.
It dominated the headlines and nabbed prime spots right in front of seemingly every other booth on the show floor.
Like so many of its technology forefathers, social media has trodden a familiar path on its road to acceptance.
If there was ever a scenario that would put the demands of long-term storage to this test, it’s this one
Getting it organized and keeping tabs on it all—at its simplest, that’s the goal of the switcher and router team.
The demands of the real world are changing, whether those demands originate out in the field or from the control room of a facility.
Go back a few years if you can, and it’s easy to recall that the process of getting much-prized video from the field and into the studio involved a fair amount of schlep and prep.
It’s hard to pinpoint how important a show like Content & Communications World can be, particularly because it’s gone through so many different iterations.
Whether it’s to revamp a tired look or prep a station for the national election this fall, broadcast stations are taking a new look at the process of building up their newsroom graphics.
Storage technology at this year's NAB will fully address the real-world demands of the media professional.
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