A company known for its products and services for broadcast and live event productions has just consolidated its operations by closing its Elmsford, N.Y., and Orlando offices and opening a new 31,000-square foot facility in St. Petersburg, Fla.
A "revolutionary new solution" that brings "comprehensive, virtualized assessment and verification of file-based content throughout the Video on Demand (VOD) experience will make its stateside debut at the 2019 NAB Show.
The theme at Imagine Products' booth at the NAB Show, April 8-11 in Las Vegas, will be "new." This includes new licensing options, new partners Codex and Frame.io, and a new website.
Advanced video encoding and streaming firm VITEC has a new VP/Marketing. This twenty-year marketing veteran comes onboard after leading Technicolor's Connected Home business unit.
A creator of display technology and visual control and embedded computing solutions founded in the early 1970s will be at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas to demonstrate what it calls its "strategic commitment" to the broadcast industry.
A Boca Raton, Fla.-based private equity firm focused on investing in lower middle market, growth-oriented business services companies has made an investment in the provider of SaaS technology for audience engagement and sales intelligence to broadcasters and publishers founded by Daniel Anstandig.
Radio broadcasters will soon be able to give their listeners network DVR-like abilities to rewind, pause, or restart a live stream from the beginning of a program. It is technology that will get a big roll-out at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas from Humboldt County, Calif.-based StreamGuys.
A provider of advanced network communications and technology tools and a developer of app-based TV video delivery systems, today announced plans to launch an app-based television service that will enable Windstream’s residential customers to access content when and where they want it.
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters on Monday celebrated its 50th anniversary. The company is extending a hearty “Thank You” to its customers and is launching a year-long celebration commemorating customers, products and achievements.
BeckTV has implemented innovative tech for nearly every type of installation, including TV stations. With this experience, BeckTV engineers will be on-hand throughout the 2019 NAB Show to review the newest technology and trends along with best practices in system design and integration.
The creator of an AI operating system used by broadcast media has taken the latest step in its goal "of democratizing Artificial Intelligence." It comes with the launch of machine learning technology that allows developers to train their own custom object detection engines, making it easier to gain insights from data.
VCOM WebRTC from IntraCom Systems brings "always on," non-blocking multi-channel communications to VCOM users’ web browsers running on virtually any Smartphone, Tablet, PC, or Mac. The leading browsers are supported including Chrome, Edge, and Safari.
A major milestone in the voluntary roll-out and development of the next-gen broadcast TV standard, ATSC 3.0, has been met in the Dallas-Fort Worth DMA. It involves American Tower, and the construction of and connectivity for the industry's first market-wide ATSC 3.0 Single Frequency Network (SFN).
An endorsement from Dolby has the parent company of a brand known for its loudness correction, audio conversion and upmixing tools crowing. This product supports integrations, file formats and Dolby processing options previously available in an older product. But, it now adds "an abundance of other benefits."
At NAB 2019, on booth SL3308, Telestream will demonstrate new products and workflows that it says address key issues for content creators, owners and distributors across the entire media life cycle from creation to distribution. Here's a preview of what will be on display in two months' time.