Implementing HDR makes sense for your media operation if you understand that High Dynamic Range (HDR) is not just about more pixels, it’s about better pixels. Whether you are a content creator, broadcaster, cable/satellite operator or OTT streaming service provider, the opportunity is now as HDR video is expected to be the consumer technology taking the television experience to the next level.
The National Association of Broadcasters hasn’t been shy about sharing its thoughts on the impact certain elements of the upcoming spectrum repack could have on stations and viewers and it is continuing do so, this time in a visual medium.
Up on a hill just south of downtown Nashville, the “NASH Campus” of Cumulus Media has been demonstrating the future of radio and video integration for more than three years now.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has made it a priority to implement the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, and with the adoption of a Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) the organization looks to promote universal communication access for the blind and sight-impaired to popular video programming.
Many believe that virtual reality is the next big step in content development and are searching for ways to integrate the technology.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers has released the trailer for the documentary ‘Moving Images.’