Roland Professional A/V last week took the opportunity to appear at NAB Show New York to introduce the latest addition to Roland’s line of video production solutions. The V-60HD is being marketed for live event production and broadcast, recording and streaming media players.
Mark Thursday at 2pm Pacific on your calendar if you or a colleague plan to attend the SMPTE 2017 Technical Conference in Los Angeles. That's when Triveni Digital's Mark Coral, SVP of Emergent Technology Development, will present his latest findings on the post-FCC auction repack process and broadcast TV needs associated with the transition to next-gen broadcast technology.
The company in northeast Ohio formerly known as Massillon Cable TV has launched a next-gen IPTV service using the software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform developed by Espial.
If you're a viewer of the long-running series Shark Tank, you'll know that the question, "Do you have a patent?" is a very important one for investors, and for eventual clients using the unique product. For ENCO Systems, the answer is "yes" with respect to a patent that specifically applies to providing automated captioning by using speech-to-text.
Triveni Digital is ready to unveil a new Service-Level Agreement (SLA) verification feature for its StreamScope RM-50 monitoring system and will do so this week at NAB Show New York. The StreamScope RM-50 remote transport stream monitor is designed to allow broadcasters participating in a channel-sharing agreement to successfully verify SLAs.
That Mexican form of wrestling known as Lucha Libre is going to look a whole lot different — and immersive — Tuesday evening, thanks to its screening in a whole new format from a 4D cinema company that's working with El Rey Network.
Utah Scientific has entered into an agreement with the professional video and production division of B&H Photo, Video, and Pro Audio, to sell its digital hybrid routing switchers to B&H's broadcast, production, postproduction, and corporate customers.
A maker of facility management software for the broadcast, production, media services and video transmission industries plans to use this week's NAB Show New York to shine a spotlight on not only its financial management tools but also its platform designed to ease scheduling, bidding, billing and reporting on the station level.
In Great Britain, media and entertainment group Global is known for such iconic radio brands as LBC, Heart, Capital FM, Smooth FM, Radio X, Gold and Classic FM. As of today, in the U.S., Global will be known as the company expanding its digital audio sales platform Digital Audio Exchange (DAX) with the acquisition of New York-based AudioHQ.
From broadcast TV companies seeking to bring their video programming to hand-held devices to radio broadcasting companies pushing for FM chip activation across all smartphones, sales trends for cellular devices are vitally important for the roll-out and implementation of mobile-first plans designed to retain and capture consumers. That's why it should be highly noteworthy that, for the three months ending August 31, Samsung's U.S. sales lead over Apple has all but evaporated.
A company that claims to be the largest online audio sales representation firm in the U.S. has inked a deal with audio streaming provider TuneIn. The new pact allows AudioHQ to be the exclusive domestic re-seller of TuneIn’s audio advertising inventory. It's a multi-year deal, for which terms were not disclosed.
The holiday gift-giving season is about to begin, with Christmas decorations nearly ready to go on display at retailers across North America -- even as Halloween is still half a month away. One big item likely to be on many Wish Lists is a smart speaker, and a newly released study shows Q4 sales of smart speakers will likely approach 12 million units globally. Of the two leading brands in this space, one is a clear winner. Learn what this means for your radio station's plans to win back the home.
An owner of 25 stations in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky has partnered with SoCast to build its websites and accelerate digital growth. Through this partnership, this radio broadcasting company will be able to build its websites and manage its social media presence with the integrated workflows on the SoCast platform. In addition, the company will be able to grow revenue with additional digital inventory available through SoCast.
The entertainment technology union SMPTE has elected its new officers and governors for the 2018-2019 term. Peter Wharton, VP/Technology at BroadStream Solutions, will become the Society's Membership VP, shifting from his role as Secretary/Treasurer. Two new officers were also elected for the next term.
In a move that the tech company says "strengthens its global sales team," ChyronHego has selected a new VP/Sales for the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region. This individual's new role includes oversight of sales for the U.S., Canada, and Latin America.