Here's a CES 2019 unveiling that could have many radio industry C-Suiters talking. KENWOOD USA has launched its first receiver models featuring a shortened chassis in a double-DIN size.
CES 2019 is here. As the lights come on and the crowds begin to gather in Las Vegas, we have a sneak peek at what Futuresource Consulting expects will be the key tech trends to hit the global consumer electronics stage in January.
Nielsen-owned Gracenote has rolled out a next-generation descriptive metadata tool designed to bring "more contextually relevant and satisfying TV and movie discovery experiences."
Cuebiq has formally brought to market its TV attribution solution, which rounds out the firm's existing digital and out-of-home measurement capabilities. This addition, the company says, provides a cross-channel view of how the media mix, including both linear and advanced TV, impacts in-store purchase behavior.
Media and entertainment "rich media" is a hot topic. Don't know anything about it? You will, Quantum predicts. Storing and managing content is about to become a TV industry essential.
Broadcast management solutions provider Myers is welcoming a media industry veteran with more than 20 years of technical leadership and innovation expertise charged with driving the company’s corporate, strategic and operational initiatives forward.
Digital Alert Systems and Monroe Electronics, known for their emergency communications products for video services providers, have upgraded the operating system for the brands' respective DASDEC-II and SE devices.
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters is ready to start 2019 on an educated basis. Nautel’s ongoing Webinar series resumes in 2019 with two new scheduled sessions, to be held in late January.
Does your media organization buy video footage from both amateur and professional videographers? Is it looking for an efficient, streamlined process? Stringr may have just what you seek.
Some 18 months ago, the owner of a Classic Country station obtained a big-signal FM covering both Dayton and Cincinnati. The stations are now simulcasting yet unique -- something accomplished through a popular ENCO product.
A mobile app tech provider working with radio stations not owned by the major ownership groups is now offering single App options that include its "Smart Ad" tool.
Now integrated in the WideOrbit-distributed software is Ad-ID. This, WideOrbit says, will help cable networks track campaigns, and generate insights from metadata embedded in advertising assets.
Hilliary Communications' move replaces a previously deployed legacy hardware solution. In its place is the Harmonic-distributed Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS).
If you're anywhere within the vicinity of the Hilton Midtown Hotel, you may wish to sneak a peek at new telestration software on display for Sports Video Group (SVG) Summit attendees.
An entity describing itself as the world's largest international TV and broadband company has selected a platform provider for advanced and addressable TV advertising.