A Munich-based digital technology firm with a regional office in the U.S. that works with such companies as ViacomCBS and Discovery has forged a collaboration agreement with a company controlled by one of the busiest buyers in broadcast TV today: Byron Allen.
Shulins Solutions, known for its monitor, control and protection products for use at transmission sites and its broadcast consulting services, has completed the installation of its Stellar Eclipse broadcast site monitor and protection system. It includes VSWR Sentinel to protect four FM radio stations and their shared antenna and combining systems.
A company known for its broadcast and video production audio monitoring productions has brought to market a second-generation headphone designed for monitoring dialogue on production sets. As broadcast TV increases its own self-produced offerings, it's a piece of technology perhaps worthy of an acquisition.
During the program, Ambassadors earned Amazon AWS and SBE certifications and learned directly from experts on topics such as NextGen TV, voice demand and radio programming, cloud computing in broadcast and IP networking fundamentals.
The FCC has launched a proceeding to consider allowing Wireless Multi-Channel Audio Systems (WMAS) — an emerging wireless microphone technology that would enable more microphones per megahertz of spectrum. It's an efficiency the Commission believes "can greatly benefit music venues or convention centers with multiple performers or speakers."
Simply stated, this news is of particular interest for the media industry as it relates to content owners, broadcasters and operators as an effective way to protect their valuable live sports and entertainment content from large-scale piracy.
He was most recently VP of Programming Communications and Special Projects for Cumulus Media and Westwood One. Now, he'll serve as a National Sales Manager for the United States at key Westchester County-based radio tech company RCS.
Starwaves, a developer and distributor of receiver technologies centered around the digital broadcast standard DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale), has joined forces with a supplier in the field of broadcast encoder and receiver components for DRM to develop an Android app that allows DRM reception on mobile devices.
Broadcast media facility management software maker Xytech has selected a VP and Managing Director for its ScheduALL platform. It's an individual who was working with the product until September 2020 but has returned, now that Xytech is the ScheduALL owner.
Workflow automation, media processing, quality monitoring, and test and measurement product provider Telestream has brought to market six new models in its PRISM waveform monitor product line. The new models have smaller form-factors to address the space constraints in Live Production, the company says.
Eurofins Digital Testing has introduced updated test suites for the Consumer Technology Association’s NEXTGEN TV Logo program. They'll be applicable to 2022 model receivers and released by the end of June.
A trio of products produced and distributed by Orban Labs have received Portable People Meter (PPM) encoding certification by Nielsen.
Nautel has selected the individual who will work directly with its regional sales managers serving key radio station accounts across the U.S. He spent several years with Harris in the early 2000s as National Accounts Manager for Broadcast Systems and Special Markets and was most recently with GatesAir.
CP Communications, which has gained a reputation for products enabling live event productions, is rolling out a remote production and streaming platform it says was built specifically for modern live sports and news production challenges.
Converter manufacturer Ferrofish has expanded its family of Pulse16 converters to include the new Pulse16 MX +24dBu and Pulse16 DX +24dBu.