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Tuned in to target-driven radio

The global explosion of the adoption of streaming radio and podcasts as a new way of consuming content has carved a path in the direction of target-driven radio

Blackmagic Design announces RAW 1.5

Blackmagic Design used IBC 2019 as the perfect platform to announce Blackmagic RAW 1.5, a new software update...

AJA reveals new 12G-SDI, HDR, openGear, IP solutions and more

AJA Video Systems recently unveiled new products and updates designed to advance broadcast, production, post and proAV workflows

RBS chooses Pebble Beach Systems for automation across all stations

As part of the second largest commercial network in the world, RBS TV is a TV Globo affiliate group which broadcasts news, entertainment and sports throughout Brazil via their local stations, transmitting up to 12 TV broadcast playlists

Imagine Communications upgrades playout at Australia’s largest managed media services provider

Imagine Communications has been selected by NPC Media Pty Ltd, a venture formed between Australia’s largest commercial broadcasters to provide an extensive infrastructure upgrade of the National Playout Centre in Sydney

A whole lot of firsts for Rugby World Cup

The first sports event broadcast of a Rugby Union international was radio coverage between England and Wales from Twickenham in the United Kingdom, back in January 1927. Some 40 years later, the first-ever rugby match was broadcast on television in colour

LiveU showcases the first integrated 5G cellular bonding unit for live coverage

LiveU recently announced its new fully compliant 5G LU600 solution for global newsgathering and live sports coverage

GatesAir and Pinnacle Communications accelerate Nigerian digital switchover initiative

GatesAir and channel partner Pinnacle Communications Limited have completed the plan for phase two of a multi-stage digital TV transition in Nigeria

Dejero to unveil new EnGo 260 built with Emmy award-winning technology

The 5G ready EnGo 260 provides enhanced picture quality, exceptional user experience, and continues the tradition of providing the most versatile and durable mobile transmitter on the market

IBC CEO Michael Crimp on IBC2019

Michael Crimp, IBC CEO, discusses what visitors to the 2019 conference and exhibition can expect, from conference streams and themes to new innovations and awards
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