—As mature as the television industry is, it appears to be going through a very disruptive identity crisis right now.
For the past 13 years, on a Saturday in mid-autumn, the AES Atlanta Section has held their workshop for students.
Recently I ran across an interesting piece from the Joint Taskforce for New Media (JT-NM) on the “dematerialized facility,” which envisions broadcast facilities built entirely from commodity IT equipm...
ATSC Recommended Practice (RP) A/85 is usually thought of as a loudness standardization document full of guidelines we must follow to ensure content loudness complies with the CALM Act.
—We have a lot of tools to measure exposure, but to me, the light meter is the simplest and truest.
Object storage is used heavily in public cloud storage solutions and especially when the data is geographically disbursed for protection and accessibility purposes.
A big misconception in our industry is that daytime exteriors are the easiest time to shoot because of the amount of available light.
In life, we are surrounded by cues that make us aware of how we fit in a 3D space.
—Hub Entertainment Research’s report last month, which found that 52 percent of pay-TV viewers prefer to watch their favorite shows online ra...More
The verdict is in: 5G wireless systems will be all things to all people, allowing incredibly high bandwidths and ultra-low power radios to be used anywhere, all at a fraction of the cost of today’s de...
One of the first questions to come up as broadcasters consider their options for auxiliary, interim and final DTV facilities is “How much will this impact my coverage?”
In my April column (“Auction Over, Now Let’s Assess the Damage”), I wrote about the damage in terms of unanticipated (by the FCC) interference to DTV reception after the repacking of the 600 MHz band.
—Over the last 15 to 20 years, broadcast audio systems have undergone revolutionary changes—from analog to digital technologies, from manual ...More
We will begin discussing what subnetting means and how to do it.
In recent years I’ve noticed the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society has added more presentations on the practical aspects of broadcast engineering to its annual Broadcast Symposium.
IP technology is already driving major improvements in live video production.