Here's something broadcasters from Kauai to St. Croix hopes clears customs with ease. Barix and digigram are partnering to bring a new family of high-end Audio over IP (AoIP) codecs to the United States.
Wheatstone is putting the finishing touches on the rollout of an Audio-over-IP appliance that it boasts can remove the barriers to sharing studio operation and high-quality programming between facilities, sports venues, and other sites in separate locations.
A company known for its commercialized video wall technology has just released version 6.0 of software that brings added LED display support, enhanced video wall layout features, MPEG2 video streaming support and flexible license selection.
Acrodyne Services is now supplying its PROGIRA plan broadcast network planning software, with ATSC 3.0 and 1.0 options, to Kessler and Gehman Associates (KGA) and Meintel, Sgrignoli and Wallace (MSW), two more companies in the U.S. using the product.
The National Association of Broadcasters will present the NAB Engineering Achievement Awards at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Two individuals will be honored for their efforts.
4INFO, an identity and media activation solutions company, has joined forces with TiVo Corporation to deliver enhanced data-driven audience targeting and insights in the fast-growing OTT/CTV category.
Nautel's Ted Nahil will host a panel discussing kHz's continued vitality for radio broadcasters with representatives from Beasley, Townsquare Media, Xperi and Hubbard Radio.
"To address continued momentum and growth in North America," Riedel Communications has upped a system consultant to business development manager for the southern United States. His replacement is also a Reidel staff getting a promotion.
For those who attended the 2018 IBC Conference, a preview demonstration of "a scalable, multichannel audio over IP transport solution that addresses the convergence of broadcast operations with IT infrastructure" was part of the vendor offerings.At the 2019 NAB Show, this tool will get its official introduction to the broadcast media industry.
At the 2019 NAB Show, AI-powered data attribution company Veritone plans to focus on two main use cases when pitching new and returning radio and TV industry clients: access and delivery, and monetization.
StreamScope XM Verifier provides broadcasters with tools designed to validate that ATSC 3.0 operations are running smoothly, including customizable at-a-glance dashboards; real-time graphs, charts, and tables; as well as video rendering and rotating thumbnails.
An initiative of Women in Film & Video (WIFV) will host multiple events as part of the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Here is the current schedule of events planned for April 9-10.
A combination of educational sessions and live demonstrations that showcase content development, delivery and monetization opportunities related to connected vehicles has been added to the 2019 NAB Show, scheduled for April 6-11 in Las Vegas.
In this exclusive-to-RBR+TVBR commentary, Horowitz Research President Howard Horowitz shares his thoughts on "the age of media disruption" -- and the search of a new synthesis. "For what seems like an eternity, the media world is described as being disrupted, on the verge of disruption," he writes. "There is truth to this characterization."
LTN Global, a Maryland-based tech company broadcast-quality IP video transport solutions, has acquired a Kansas City, Mo.-based company specializing in media content creation and TV remote production. This allows them "to bring the market new efficiencies."