The 2020 NAB Show New York will transform for this year into a ten-day virtual event offering what the broadcast media industry's biggest advocacy group calls "a myriad of opportunities for education, discovery and engagement." The online affair is scheduled from October 19-29, and registration will commence in early September.
This new series places a focus on ways to leverage “Made for Radio” standards and technologies—MPX, µMPX, MPX node, E2X, HD Radio PAR, and Virtualization—to solve nagging air-chain issues and open the door to new and easier implementations of HD Radio transmission opportunities.
This new product allows an audio professional to convert a XLR microphone into an Axient Digital wireless microphone. This, the company says, empowers the user to enjoy improved audio quality and RF performance, wide-tuning, and encryption features.
Yes, the Humboldt County tech company known as StreamGuys has made its name primarily for its software-as-a-service based streaming and podcast products. But, they've also gained a niche with pro sports leagues and teams. A NFL team in the South is the latest professional club to link up with StreamGuys.
This is the first project that SMPTE has undertaken to electronically publish machine-readable metadata as a standard that is expected to be used operationally rather than by application developers. It is expected to significantly streamline media asset management around the globe.
Geared toward general and engineering managers, a new Nautel eBook discusses details that could be overlooked during the decision-making process including space requirements, potential delivery issues, site preparation and other important needs when looking to purchase a transmitter.
Telestream, known for its file-based media workflow orchestration, media streaming and delivery technologies, is benefiting from the utilization of its Wirecast Pro product as a key feature of Emergency Production LLC’s (EPAV) reinvented business model for COVID-19 times.
The MPEG-H Audio system, substantially developed by Fraunhofer IIS, is specified in TV broadcast standards such as ATSC 3.0 and DVB as well as in the mobile broadband standard 3GPP. It is currently the only Next Generation Audio codec used in commercial TV broadcasting since the launch of the South Korean ATSC 3.0-based UHDTV service in May 2017.
One of the radio broadcasting industry's key media workflow software companies has rolled out what it says is the first software program developed to provide radio and TV station owners with the ability to track, manage, audit and report on trade inventory. This, says vCreative, eliminates the risk of financial loss due to wasted or expired trade.
Megatrax Production Music is now the exclusive representative across North America and Latin America for a newly launched London-based custom imaging company. It's a new option for radio stations seeking fresh choices of music beds, sound design and customized imaging.
Consider it a retirement. Sort of. Federico d'Avis is capping a multi-decade career in RF and microwave sales by taking a role as a part-time consultant at the company he's formally departing as its International Sales Director. Who's succeeding him?
As part of this partnership, LTN solutions will be natively integrated into Encompass’ global service infrastructure, including the newly launched Altitude Media Cloud, to create a fully-managed, global IP broadcast network.
Cleveland-based Telos Alliance, known for its stable of broadcast audio products for more than three decades, has added a virtual event to its "Virtual Showcase" series that could be of big interest to an FM radio station's engineering leadership.
PILOT, NAB's technology innovation initiative, is now accepting submissions for the fifth annual PILOT Innovation Challenge. The program will provide financial support to the winners to develop a working prototype for PILOT that allows broadcasters to expand and enhance remote television and radio operations.
RBR+TVBR readers recently learned that LTN Global’s video transport network services were being used for the first commercial deployment of ATSC 3.0 in the U.S., in Las Vegas. What is the significance of this, and what does this represent to the TV broadcaster? LTN Global Chief Technology Officer Alan Young shares all in this RBR+TVBR InFOCUS podcast. LISTEN HERE