During these challenging times, Digigram adjusted its operations while following government directives at its headquarters in France. The company’s first steps were to safeguard its employees’ health while ensuring the continuity of the company. It then moved forward with an accelerated release of what it is marketing as "a smart and equipment-free solution" for home broadcasting.
"These past few months and weeks have been like nothing anyone alive today has ever experienced." With that, Inovonics President/CEO Ben Barber penned an open letter to the broadcasting industry to provide an update on how the Felton, Calif., based tech company has been impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Here's what he says.
Looking for a software-as-a-service license for M&C tool KYBIO, offered to radio and TV stations by CONNECT? It can now be had for 90 days at no charge.
The Florida company considered to be a top provider of Volicon-replacement systems for broadcast, TV and cable has just selected someone to lead sales activities and manage select strategic accounts in the Southeastern U.S.
Here comes a console that combines touchscreen control with networking. It's thanks to Houston-based Logitek, which is set to release mixIT consoles in both 6-fader and 12-fader system sizes. They are designed specifically for radio station use.
As of today, there's a newly combined TV analytics tool designed to provide a comprehensive analysis of omnichannel marketing performance while giving advertisers access to "an enriched identity asset for advanced segmentation, audience planning, and multi-touch attribution."
The special program is designed to help broadcasters with 10 or fewer radio stations in a time of need as the industry and their advertising clients face a great deal of business uncertainty during the COVID-19 and economic crises.
Audio over IP tech company Barix will present its latest broadcast products and host individual meetings with broadcasters, audio professionals and systems integrators as part of the company’s “Virtual NAB Booth” — open from April 20-22.
The newest version of the XDS Content Management System "empowers network operators to achieve new performance by leveraging virtualized and cloud environments for their audio distribution operations," the company says.
The digital platform is designed to serve as a beacon for those vendors who will no longer be able to participate in the NAB Show's expo, as the 2020 event in Las Vegas set to begin Saturday has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this exclusive-to-RBR+TVBR commentary, Horowitz Research President Howard Horowitz shares his thoughts on "the age of media disruption" -- and the search of a new synthesis. "For what seems like an eternity, the media world is described as being disrupted, on the verge of disruption," he writes. "There is truth to this characterization."
An update has been released to The Telos Alliance's Axia Pathfinder Core PRO -- one that sees the enabling of a new VML option for virtualized monitoring and control. This, the company says, makes it ideal for smaller systems with one or two studios.
To help sound editors, mixers and other post-production professionals who suddenly find themselves working from home, Ambidio is making its Ambidio Looking Glass immersive sound technology available at no charge.
Broadcasting and production are no more isolated from the effects of the Coronavirus than any other industry. Yet, as Video-On-Demand explodes, even for broadcast TV, projects in various stages of development, pre-production and production are shut down or put on hold. Who knew that a Finnish public broadcaster's efforts to combat this problem would help U.S. media companies?