At the end of 2013, more than 60% of the U.S. population owned a smartphone. The latest research showed that many of them are actively researching local businesses on the fly. That led Martin Kristiseter, today a senior VP at Marketron Digital, to pen a Media Information Bureau column that concludes Radio, whose audiences are predominantly local, can play a huge role in leveraging mobile to help local retail. In turn, mobile, which is far-reaching, can boost local radio. We revisit Kristiseter's column more than four years later, as his advice still holds true today.
In February 2016, RBR+TVBR offered insight and exclusive details on how the upcoming spectrum auction and subsequent television repack can affect FM owners. With the NAB's filing of comments on Friday slamming the Commission for how it plans to reimburse FM radio stations, we are pleased to revisit this Media Information Bureau column from a senior RF engineer at Dielectric.
Global production services company Bexel is bringing a brand-new custom-built miniature HFR point-of-view camera for live production to the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
A provider of content delivery network (CDN) technologies and live and video-on-demand (VOD) servers for content providers and pay-TV operators worldwide has brought to market a new low-latency solution that reduces the latency common when video is streamed live to connected devices.
A British designer and manufacturer of high-quality fiber-optic links for the broadcast, telecommunications, and professional AV industries is set to highlight its latest range of IP-gateway products at the 2017 NAB Show.
Broadcast technology innovator The Telos Alliance, parent company to Telos, Omnia, Axia, 25-Seven, Linear Acoustic, and Minnetonka, is now making available its Axia Pathfinder Core PRO Routing Control and Facility Management Appliance.
Inspired by feedback from both affiliates of the production tool and its partners, United Stations Radio Networks has announced the official launch of a new Phantom Producer website that features a "re-imagined user interface" (UI) known as the Sequencer.
A producer of lighting systems for the TV, photography and the motion picture industries is set to debut a new color-tunable mid-power soft light at NAB 2017.
MediAnswers, known for its development of products and processes for individuals on the "sell side" of the broadcast media business, has just expanded its expertise on the "buy side" of the media business by hiring a new VP/Agency Solutions.
As broadcasters continue to migrate to all-software environments and standard off-the-shelf IT technologies, including virtualized server environments, ChryronHego is ensuring its array of products meets the growing demand of TV industry engineers.
If you're a David Bowie fan, you're going to love the name of the newest broadcast watermark analyzer and monitor on the market, courtesy of The Telos Alliance. The company leading the charge into an ATSC 3.0 world has just launched the 25-Seven TVC-15, being marketed as "a modulation monitor for watermarking."
The quintessential tabletop radio has been propelled into the age of not just the smartphone, but also the smart home. However, consumers may wish to wait until later in 2017. That's when Tivoli Audio will be integrating Amazon's Alexa voice assistant.
ENCO is again expanding its enCloud suite, and the tech firm says 2017 NAB Show attendees will have access to its WebDAD, "an even richer and fully virtualized toolset to remotely access and control the studio-based ENCO DAD radio automation systems."
Joseph Electronics will be putting its Tote Caddie series of portable fiber-optic signal-acquisition systems for ENG, SNG, and other outside broadcast (OB) applications front and center at the 2017 NAB Show.
To ensure that the spectrum repack process goes smoothly for its customers, American Tower wanted its own inventory of broadband antennas on hand for its broadcast tower tenants. That's why it just placed a nearly $5 million order with Dielectric.