The Installed Sound Support iPhone app from Audio-Technica, initially released in 2014, is getting an update from the transducer technology firm. RTA & SPL metering, Playback & Record of short audio test clips, and a needed gain calculator will continue to be key features of the app, developed and updated by Studio Six Digital.
Monroe Electronics and its Digital Alert Systems subsidiary have completed a software upgrade to their One-Net and DASDEC platforms for advanced Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) and Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) messaging compliance.
A series of webinars from Nautel set to start in two weeks will put the focus on such topics as how to increase a radio station's HD coverage to lowering digital transmission costs.
The push to activate FM chips in smartphones, which Emmis Communications and its NextRadio arm have taken the lead on in the U.S., has gotten a continental boost thanks to the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA).
The first in a new family of professional media readers that feature a 40Gbps Thunderbolt 3 interface has hit the marketplace. This reader, from Sonnet, employs dual card slots.
Does your TV station need something that can speed and simplify how your newsrooms manage and move content between production, archive and distribution processes? A recently forged partnership between Masstech and Snell Advanced Media (SAM) may be of interest.
A new product that provides a single point of audio and video processing and control for converting a wide range of input sources and protocols to the desired outbound configuration is now available to terrestrial over-the-air broadcast companies.
Looking to acquire an Omny Studio plug-and-play audio management solution? Give Triton Digital a call.
Jeff Kimmel has shifted from an Israeli company's executive sales team to head up North American sales efforts for a Dutch entity providing integrated business and revenue management solutions for media companies.
A new mobile unit has discovered North American audiences, thanks to a tech company located within steps of Hampton Court Park and a 25-minute drive from London's Heathrow Airport.
As a Futuresource Consulting analyst sees it, the smartphone will likely remain the most important personal electronics device for consumers for the foreseeable future. As technology progresses, however, we won't rely on or be limited to the smartphone forever. What could this mean for broadcast media's C-Suite?
Fresh from the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas, a French satellite operator that's the first to deliver a differentiated and scalable GEO-MEO offering worldwide has teamed with a TV manufacturer in the driver's seat on the ATSC 3.0 next-gen broadcast standard to demonstrate OLED TV’s cutting-edge 4K High Frame Rate (HFR) broadcast here through Wednesday at the 10th SES Industry Days conference.
The newest version of an enterprise-class live multiscreen encoding, packaging and distribution system has come to market. Digital media tools and workflow solutions provider Telestream is now offering Lightspeed Live Stream, designed to bring "increased revenue and greater audience engagement for live linear content streaming to new media and online video platforms (OVPs)."
A manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting systems has released its new Networkable Power Automation Control (NPAC) rack-mounted system. LynTec's NPAC is being marketed as a "complete, ready-to-install power management solution delivering power control and audio sequencing in a single 2RU unit that can manage up to 80 amps."
For radio industry engineers, programming executives and the C-Suite, "AMC-8" is the all-important satellite that for many years has been feeding AM and FM radio stations with short-form and long-form programming. On June 30, the aging satellite will be put to sleep. Are radio stations prepared? There's concern that many aren't. This RBR + TVBR INFOCUS piece looks at why a last-minute transition scramble could prove problematic for the industry.