Overall, commissioning AES67 in most broadcast plants should be a nonevent as broadcasters begin adopting the SMPTE 2110 suite of standards.
Audio for video is about to get more complicated
It will happen, but will take time
Exploring the three main architecture layouts for broadcast
Digital television technology eliminates the old “ghost” problem for single-frequency networks
Meetings included live technology demonstrations
Intermediate IPv4 Subnetting
Intercom systems are used in fixed and mobile broadcasting, entertainment, houses of worship and other applications that require coordination of real-time production.
Recently completed Venus and Ceres trucks are fully compliant with the new IP standard for media transport
Using eye-tracking tech and machine learning, 'The Angry River' narrative changes based on where a viewer looks
Boston’s PBS station relies on a hybrid system to manage decades of legacy content
The development and adoption of the SMPTE-based IMF (Interoperable Master Format) continues to thrive within the Media & Entertainment (M&E) industry.
For broadcasters, video content creators, and production companies alike, there's a big change coming.