Now supporting the company's DASDEC-II or One-Net SE EAS devices, Version 4.2 includes important new features and improvements that expand the security measures already built into the software.
An adoption of Vizzion's Desktop Video Wall platform is now in place as a key tool in the traffic and weather reporting for Entercom's Traffic Weather Information Network (TWIN). Here's how TWIN has access to thousands of traffic cameras across 25 markets, and details on how Entercom’s producers and reporters are using live imagery from some 54,000 "hotspots."
Veritone Inc.'s aiWARE-powered Veritone Discovery application has just rolled out a major facelift. The tool now offers a refreshed user experience that includes a new analytics suite, allowing users to benefit from advanced customization and data visualization.
The investment, RMPM says, is designed to improve efficiency, strengthen coverage and reduce maintenance across the network’s over-the-air operation, and prepare transmitter sites for next-generation IP-based content management and delivery.
LTN Global, a Columbia, Md.-based media technology and video transport network solutions company, says that its transport service is being used for the first commercial deployment of ATSC 3.0 in the U.S., in Las Vegas. And, it has become the "preferred transport network partner" for ONE Media 3.0 and its parent.
Operators of the Appear X Platform can now take advantage of high-resolution and real-time capabilities with the lowest possible latency. This update, the company says, emphasizes Appear TV’s commitment to continually improving its technology to best support current expectations and exceed all future requirements.
The tech company serving the radio and television industries with AI-powered sales and research software solutions has just selected a new VP/Marketing for its "Media & Entertainment and Monetization" arm, and a VP/Marketing for its aiWARE operating system. At the same time, a new SVP of Corporate Communications has been selected.
Seven years ago, a shift away from the mic ended many years as an air personality for Shane Finch. He took the role of VP of Business Relations for MusicMaster, the programming software maker. Now, he's taking a sales position at the company that partners with MusicMaster on automated workflow programs.
The company known for revenue management and digital software for radio industry professionals has rolled out a platform giving broadcasters the opportunity to sell third-part digital advertising. It's being pitched by Marketron as a way to have radio stations increase their revenue and amplify existing ad programs.
Location-based Audio OOH ad and experience company Vibenomics has gained the attention of the radio industry for its promise of reaching shoppers through "unique auditory experiences" at retailers that squarely don't include an over-the-air radio station. Now, advertisers have the ability to purchase audio-only inventory on Vibenomics' OOH exchange.
Solid State Logic (SSL)'s new ORIGIN analog mixing console is now shipping to approved global partners and dealers. It's the latest in a long line of SSL studio mixing consoles and brings improved sonic performance and flexibility to the production studio, the Oxford, England-based company says.
QGoLive’s James Copeland is literally touring the country, with COVID-19 physical distancing in place, and is calling on radio stations in markets of all sizes for demos of new software that can deliver studio-quality audio from a smartphone or computer.
Used by some 1,700 media entities and 10,000 radio stations, Counterpoint provides an end-to-end business operating system for audio networks handling more than $1.5 billion in advertising revenue and more than 4 million commercials per week. Counterpoint founders Jim Foley and Dick Levine will continue in advisory roles.
America’s Public Television Stations (APTS) took a moment on Wednesday to commend the FCC for its adoption of an ATSC 3.0 simulcast presumptive waiver process for public television stations that have no viable local simulcasting partner.
The Nexstar Digital arm of the largest local television broadcaster in the United States has entered into a multi-year agreement with Comcast's FreeWheel to use its Strata platform. The new agreement provides advertisers and agency partners easy access to Nexstar’s premium digital inventory and the ability to send orders electronically directly in their Strata workflow.