CP Stamps Sr. AE Stripes On An AV, Broadcast Services Pro

Broadcasters, sports leagues and teams, and event and production companies are among the clients serviced by CP Communications. Now, they'll be dealing with a new Senior Account Executive for CP's AV and Broadcast Services.

Patently Approved: A Microphone with Built-in Backup

If you've watched just one episode of Shark Tank on CNBC or on ABC, you'll know that one of the most popular questions is, “Do you have a patent or other intellectual property protecting it?” For Point Source Audio's newest CO2 Confidence microphone, the answer is yes.

AWARN’s Newest Member: Verance

Open standard watermarking provider Verance says it is furthering its commitment to advanced emergency alerting by becoming one of the newest members of the Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN) Alliance.

Alticast, LowaSIS Join Forces to Power ‘Next-Gen TV’

In an agreement aimed at helping broadcast customers seamlessly make the transition to ATSC 3.0, Alticast’s modular, client-side software stack will be pre-integrated onto LowaSIS’s dongles, set-top-boxes and home-gateways.

New Distribution Partners Readied For Radio.com

Additional "strategic distribution partnerships" for Entercom Communications' Radio.com app are poised to bring more radio streams and audio of choice to additional digital devices.

Monitoring And Compliance, At A Snap

Monitoring and compliance has become a growing need for broadcast television stations across the U.S. With the demise of Volicon, SnapStream is eagerly moving forward with servicing former Volicon customers while launching its own product at last week's 2019 NAB Show N.Y.

A New Software Update to Telestream PRISM

A company known for its file-based media workflow orchestration, media streaming and delivery technologies is unveiling a new software update for its PRISM series of hybrid SDI and IP waveform monitors.

Camera Adapter, CCU Coming In January From Hitachi

Broadcast and production camera maker Hitachi Kokusai last week at the 2019 NAB Show New York took a big step in making full-HD, 1080p60 video acquisition easier to come by, with the unveiling of the CU-HD550 camera control unit (CCU) and CA-HF550 camera adapter.

Urban One’s Radio Stations Go With Bohn Boost

The multimedia company superserving African American consumers has reached a deal with Alabama-based Bohn Broadcast Enterprises to deploy its wireless services and hardware to strategic locations with the publicly traded company -- including transmitter sites and remote broadcast deployments.

Lip-Synced Live Captions, Thanks To ENCO

ENCO is heading to NAB Show New York with a new capability in its enCaption4 automated captioning system. At the conference, which starts tomorrow (10/16), the company will unveil a new video delay feature that enables lip-sync grade caption synchronization even when transcribing live feeds. 

NTP Adds A North American Sales Director

In a strategic and focused effort to support broadcast audio sales in the U.S., NTP Technology is teaming up with an industry veteran who joins the company as Sales Director for North America. He will work in close co-operation with NTP’s current distribution.

NAB Show N.Y. Spotlight: An ATSC 3.0 Interactive TV Application

End-to-end media solutions provider Alticast and next-gen broadcast TV standard tech company Triveni Digital have teamed up to showcase how their paired solutions are transforming the NextGen TV user experience.

Introducing Eurofins’ New CyberSecurity Framework: Media Edition

Tuesday morning saw the formal launch of Eurofins’ new CyberSecurity Framework: Media Edition. It provides media companies across the globe a suite of customizable services designed to increase cybersecurity robustness of production and broadcast suppliers.

ATSC Urges NAB Show N.Y. Attendees To Ready For Next-Gen TV

The Advanced Television Systems Committee will highlight the 61 markets where NEXTGEN TV is going “on the air” in 2019-20, a move expected to reach more than 70% of the viewing public by the end of next year, across next week's NAB Show New York conference.

A TV First: ATSC 1.0 and NEXTGEN TV Signals From The Same Stack

It's a historic first in the voluntary rollout of next-generation broadcast TV signals: With cooperation from Comark Digital Services (CDS) division, ARK Multicasting Inc. successfully completed the first broadcast of both ATSC 1.0 and NEXTGEN TV from the same equipment stack.

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