Dead air thoroughly disturbs broadcasters... sends a chill down the spine. It begs questions about potential unfulfilled, about loss, about trouble. Is there a problem? Is everything all right? What happened?
It may be a whole new ballgame, but the media industry has a spot in the starting lineup reserved for them, if they're willing to think a little differently.
Chances are, if you've seen a particularly moving and well-told story, you've seen a boatload of visual effects—and probably never noticed.
With a downloadable third-party app, viewers can tap into metadata and "triggers" synced to a program's real-time broadcast.
The company's biggest NAB Show splash comes from QTube, a platform facilitating self-scaling video workflows over IP.
Grab a beverage of choice, maybe a bowl of nuts or chips, start a game of Minesweeper, and curl up with the telephone
The assistant cameraman on a tapeless HD shoot is responsible for trafficking the memory cards, keeping them organized, safely dumping them and re-loading the camera.
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