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Behind the news – an inside look into eNCA’s massive in-studio screen

eNCA has unveiled an impeccably designed 12x3 metre curved LED videowall as the effortless focal point of its refreshed high tech news studio

Studio tech rising up

Last year we saw incredible advances, with the wider availability of machine learning and Augmented Reality (AR). These developments promise a new wave of automated production processes and the upward rise of virtual studio technology

Crystal Vision brings 10 new IP apps to NAB 2020

At the 2020 NAB Show, Crystal Vision will be showing the latest picture processing software apps for its MARBLE-V1 media processor hardware, all of which can work with IP, with SDI or with both IP and SDI at the same time

Newsroom automation in 2020: Do more with less

Broadcasters and content producers are operating in a fast shifting mediascape. Consumer viewing habits are becoming more fragmented, while growth in the popularity of online video services continues to bring new competition

Tedial to demonstrate expanded MAM platform at NAB 2020

Tedial’s cutting-edge, award-winning SMARTLIVE sports and live events solution has integrated new cloud-based technology for a better viewing experience

Artel Video Systems at NAB Show 2020

At NAB Show 2020, Artel will feature products that simplify broadcasters' shift to hybrid IP/SDI and all-IP operations

Crystal Vision releases IP gateways that work with both ST 2110 and ST 2022...

Crystal Vision recently released three IP gateways which work with ST 2110 video as well as ST 2022, increasing their usefulness in broadcast systems

LiveU demos affordable multi-camera live video production at NAB 2020

LiveU will demonstrate the latest IP technology poised to change the rules of the game for broadcasters, sports producers, and content creators at NAB this year

AoIP and the customer journey

As IP connectivity becomes more accessible to all sectors of our industry, those with their sights set on interoperability are working harder than ever to play well together. AES67 defines a common language for the streaming of live, high-quality, low-latency audio over IP, and its adoption by ST2110 secures its place as the way forward for audio over IP in broadcast

LIVE Submersible Broadcasting

At last year’s IBC, Associated Press was awarded the IBC Innovation Award for their undersea reporting during the First Descent Mission in Seychelles. The technical award was for the innovative storytelling and creativity made possible thanks to the partnership between AP, Nekton, Sonardyne, Live U and Inmarsat
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