Consumer electronics manufacturers join consortium
WGBH Television and Radio of Boston has installed Xytech’s MediaPulse Sky for facilities and asset management.
PBS station's two studios now feature nine LDX 82 Flex cameras with extended HDR GV-eLicenses
CNN may label itself as “the most trusted name in news,” but the American people have spoken and for the 15th year in a row, PBS comes out on top as the most trusted national institution.
PBS is building a new ecosystem for its Network Operations Center in the cloud with the help of Prime Focus Technologies’ CLEAR Media ERP Suite.
PBS is heading out into the wilderness of Alaska this summer, but its viewers can catch all the action without trekking too far.
A day before Pres. Donald Trump was sworn into office, reports of sweeping cuts to or outright elimination of certain programs such as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities sent many in the noncommercial media world, especially some who thought funds were safe, into a tailspin.
Back in September, PBS conducted its first end-to-end test of next-gen video content of a recorded musical performance.
PBS is touting the successful live end-to-end test of a unique combination of ultra-high definition (UHD) technologies, including high dynamic range (HDR) and DTS:X next-gen audio.
American’s Public Television Stations and Public Broadcasting Service announced on Sunday, Feb. 21, the renewal of the 2005 Public Television Digital Cable Carriage Agreement with the National Cable & Telecommunications Association.