TV Technology, Digital Video, VideoEdge, Government Video, Radio World and Radio Magazine are seeking nominations for their inaugural class of Industry Innovators—professionals who raise the bar in their industries via vision, leadership, technical and creative know-how, trendsetting, risk-taking, mentorship, etc.
Awards will be given for creative artistry in color grading, editing, sound, and visual effects in feature film, TV, and commercials
Nominations are now being accepted for the fifth annual NewBay Best of Show Awards program, held at the spring NAB Show in Las Vegas.
Now in its tenth year, the Advanced Imaging Society, in addition to its annual 2018 Technology Awards, is giving a special shout out to 13 women in the technology industry with the AIS Distinguished Leadership Award.
Now in its 20th year, the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s Celebration of Service to America Awards is officially accepting entries for 2018.
Honoring product introductions for TV, professional video and broadcast/online radio.
The International Association of Broadcast Manufacturers (IABM) has announced the winners of its annual awards recognizing outstanding achievement in the flow of young talent into the industry, tech innovation and creative collaboration between vendors and end user.
In recognition of his service to the telecommunications industry, the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineering Board of Directors presented Rodolfo Bonacci, the assistant division chief, engineering, in the audio division of the FCC’s Media Bureau, with the E. Noel Luddy Award.
It was a near sweep for Netflix in the television categories at the 2017 HPA Awards, which honor the best behind-the-scenes artistry—including color grading, sound, editing and visual effects.
After a career that has spanned more than 40 years, John Ive—BA, MIET, CEng, Life Fellow SMPTE, RTS Fellow and Silver Medal Holder—is receiving another honor, a Lifetime Honorary IABM Membership.
After more than 150 entrants were submitted for the NAB’s second annual Pilot Innovation Challenge, the big winner was UNC-TV for its “Next Gen TV: Saving Lives One Alert at a Time” service.
A who’s who of CE industry greats didn’t let an autumn deluge rain on its parade last night.
NewBay has announced the recipients of its inaugural Industry Innovator Awards, recognizing innovation and excellence in the broadcast and media technology industry.
There will be no envelope confusion at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 69th Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards, as the full list of recipients has been announced.