In today’s hyper-digital world, vulnerabilities are everywhere—buried in web applications, concealed in networks, hidden in servers, embedded in endpoints.
We are living in the video era—the staggering statistics on video growth make that abundantly clear.
News in general, but television news in particular, has been on the giving and receiving end of “fake news” accusations at least since the 2016 campaign season.
If you work in either radio or TV and are about to embark on a “repack” project (as I am) then what you are about to read may not seem very amusing at all.
The 360-degree, virtual reality video melody is so alluring that it has enchanted the likes of the Associated Press, New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post and many other major news outlets
Workflow automation. Whenever anyone uses these words in a sentence, my eyes start to glaze over, so I don’t blame you if you’re feeling woozy.
Bob Dylan made the phrase famous, but the Emmys in 2017 were a testament to the evolving palate of a new generation of viewers tapping streamed content and not tuning into traditional broadcast TV.
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