One year in the making, the all new Frame.io brings support for images, PDFs and audio, enhanced commenting, improved version control, all new integrations, and over 150 other improvements to its workflow management platform for video teams.
Component-based IMF workflow, extensive third-party integration and native support in new Dalet Galaxy five elevates the user experience and production efficiency
The first in a new generation of smart assistants for journalists boosts usage of content, fosters collaboration and augments editorial workflows
EditShare® a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, today announced that it will be showcasing new capabilities across its award-winning XStream EFS scale out storage, Flow media asset management, QUALES automated quality check and file verification, and XStream EFS 40NL nearline storage solutions at NAB 2018 (booth SL8620).
The association also asked the agency to adopt a “reasonable waiver standard” of simulcasting rule
April Carty-Sipp is poised to take on the role of senior vice president of Television for the NAB as of March 1
Rep. Gene Green (D-Texas) will be honored Feb. 27 for his “exemplary leadership and commitment” to strengthening the future of radio and TV and recognizing their importance to local communities by NAB with its inaugural Broadcast Champion Award during the NAB 2018 State Leadership Conference at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C., the association announced today.
Broadcasters have been trying to do their part in helping battle the ongoing opioid crisis in the U.S., with NAB announcing that more than $32 million in air-time has been donated by TV and radio stations and broadcast networks for public service announcements on raising awareness and prevention on opioid abuse.
We can put the “sold” tag on NAB’s headquarters near Dupont Circle, as the organization has announced that it has closed a deal to an affiliate of Stream Realty Partners for $31.6 million.
Local broadcasters played a big part in providing critical information for many of the natural disasters and other emergencies that impacted communities across the country this year.
The National Association of Broadcasters backs the FCC’s push to go paperless.