In a preview of another big Las Vegas event, Dielectric has introduced a new Dual RF Switch Controller to the market that is designed to simplify local and remote control of transmission systems, with its public debut scheduled for the 2020 NAB Show.
Making its debut at both CES 2020 and in Anaheim at the NAMM show are a line of new professional studio headphones that many Consumer Electronics Show attendees -- including FOX Business anchor Liz Claman -- are buzzing about.
The distributor of RME, Ferrofish, myMix, Appsys Pro Audio and Digigram, has appointed an individual to the newly created position of Broadcast Sales Manager. The appointment reflects Synthax’s "overall commitment to increasing its presence in the rapidly expanding broadcast market."
Logitek’s JetStream Plus and JET67 AoIP audio engines are now RAVENNA-compatible, adding this platform to the audio networking and mixing options offered by the Houston-based company.
Among the many attendees at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was Brian Wieser, Global President for Business Intelligence at GroupM. In this column, Wieser notes that there was no shortage of new gadgets at CES 2020. But, do any have a potentially positive -- or negative -- impact on broadcast media?
Users of the Hound app and Houndify voice AI platform from tech firm SoundHound are now able to access a "robust slate of audio content" from the nation's No. 1 owner, by station count, of radio stations.
After years of product development and experimentation, wearable tech has started to gather pace, building an ecosystem of connected devices that is capturing the hearts and wallets of consumers. Futuresource Consulting's continuing series on top CES 2020 topics continues with this column from James Manning Smith on the "rapid acceleration of device uptake" it is seeing, resulting in a global market value of $108 billion by 2023.
The hype surrounding Esports has yet to slow, with the gaming market behind it being expected to grow close to $230 billion in value by 2023. As media companies including Beasley Media Group invest in Esports, understanding how and why it is gaining popularity in the U.S. could be a matter of dollars -- and big dividends -- for the right players.
The man who in January 1983 founded one of the leading makers of audio automation systems used across the professional broadcast industry has lost his long battle with pancreatic cancer.
The RTL Group-owned video advertising platform designed to bridge TV and digital video on a global scale has promoted its three-year Chief Revenue Officer to the role of COO. At the same time, there's a new "Chief People Officer" at SpotX.
Video watermark technology is newly a part of Verance's Aspect platform, and the video watermark provides a high-performance, commercial implementation of the ATSC video watermark specification.
The E.W. Scripps Co.-owned digital audio and podcast technology arm known as Triton Digital has reached an agreement that brings its programmatic platform to the Rubicon Project digital ad exchange.
Members of the Advanced Television Systems Committee have elected four "experienced industry executives" to serve on the ATSC Board of Directors for three-year terms that begin in January 2020. Concurrently, two directors were appointed to the ATSC board by their respective professional associations.
The FCC’s chief technology officer serves as the senior technology expert in the agency. The individual selected for the role will formally succeed Dr. Eric Burger, who has been serving at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy since October. The new CTO's first day at the FCC is set for Jan. 13, 2019.
SaaS-based streaming and podcast solutions provider StreamGuys has launched a "significant new version" of its SGplayer HTML5-based multimedia player. Enhancements in SGplayer 3.0 include a fully redesigned user interface; greater continuity between desktop and mobile experiences; and additional CCPA compliance tools for media enterprises leveraging targeted advertising.