Is your radio or TV station seeking to lure teens and young adults through apps exclusively available through the Google Play store on Android-powered smartphone? Good luck with that. A new Piper Jaffray study shows that with teens, it is all about Apple.
Driving listeners to radio on any platform and at any time has never been more challenging, even as digital technology has afforded a host of new opportunities. At Forecast 2019, the consumption and monetization of digital options was a top topic across two panel discussions.
A network radio operation offering stations products and services designed to boost ratings and revenue on a wholly barter basis is now representing Digital Sound & Video in offering its radio imaging, commercial production and video production services to AMs and FMs across the U.S.
The parent company of NBC and Telemundo is being honored for pioneering the development of StormRanger, or CazaTormentas, a first-of-its-kind mobile X-band weather radar truck for television weather forecasting and reporting.
A company recognized as a maker of advanced video encoding and streaming tools has acquired a provider of H.264 encoding workflow solutions to broadcasters worldwide.
This integration is designed to bring "a lower-cost solution for creating selective, high-quality crawls for EAS alerts on standard- and high-definition (SD and HD) channels."
Comrex has introduced HotSwap, a new feature for their ACCESS and BRIC-Link II IP codecs that adds a long-sought reliability feature: HotSwap now allows users to back up their studio-to-transmitter link (STL) or other dedicated link with a wireless modem.
A company describing itself as "a data-driven media marketing, programming and content intelligence provider" has promoted Eric Cohen to the newly created position of EVP/Finance.
A Salt Lake City-based software provider to the media industry has inked a deal with a broadcast company known for its Christian-themed and conservative News/Talk stations as its newest client.
Stream this, radio and TV C-Suiters: With an estimated 270 million Americans viewing their smartphones about 14 billion times per day, the smartphone continues to reign supreme as consumers' preferred device for online actions, as well as for controlling and monitoring many daily activities—including consumption of your stations.
Interested in the rollout of 5G? This is something you'll want to read. DISH Network has selected Ericsson to deliver a radio access and core network for DISH's Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) network slated for completion in March 2020.
A Vancouver, Wash.-based maker of custom and universal fit in-ear monitors has started shipping a trio of new custom model in-ear monitors for musicians, audiophiles and radio and TV industry professionals.
A legendary News/Talk station serving Chicago by day and multiple states after dark is now producing and coordinating its programming with the Telos Infinity networked IP intercom system.
Users of the iHeartRadio App can now connect to and stream their favorite live stations and music onto their Sonos speakers from within the iHeartRadio app, without having to open the Sonos companion app.
A multichannel video distribution provider (MVPD) headquartered in Kentucky has just deployed the CableOS virtualized cable access solution for new DOCSIS 3.1 broadband services, courtesy of Harmonic.