Welcome to the 2022 NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference Proceedings. The papers offered here have been presented at the annual BEIT Conference at NAB Show, the world’s largest trade show for the media content creation and distribution industry.
The BEIT Conference program is established each year by the NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference Committee, a rotating group of senior technologists from NAB member organizations, along with representatives from the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE). The 2022 BEIT Conference Committee roster is available here.
The content available in the 2022 BEIT Conference Proceedings is covered under copyright provisions listed here.
2022 Proceedings Topics
- 5G Opportunities for Broadcast
- AM and FM HD Radio
- Artificial Intelligence Applications for Broadcast
- ATSC 3.0 / Next Gen TV Applications
- ATSC 3.0 / Next Gen TV Datacasting
- Broadcast Workflows
- Cybersecurity in Broadcast Facilities
- IP-based Video Facilities
- New Radio Transmission Technologies
- OTT 1: Emerging Developments
- OTT 2: Open Caching and the Network Edge
- OTT 3: Business Considerations
- Remote and Work-from-Home Operations
- Ultra HD Video and UHDTV Broadcasting
- Using Drones and Other Technologies for Broadcast Engineering
2022 BEIT Conference Proceedings - $75Date: April 23, 2022Topic: 2022 BEITC Proceedings
5G-MAG Reference Tools: Putting 5G in Action for Media - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, 5G Opportunities for Broadcast
In this paper, we present the 5G-MAG Reference Tools implementing features of 3GPP Rel. 16 5G Media Streaming and 5G Broadcast and demonstrate the use case “broadband-broadcast seamless switching.”
Daniel Silhavy | Fraunhofer FOKUS | Berlin, Germany
Klaus Kühnhammer | Bitstem GmbH | Hausleiten, Austria
Johann Mika | Austrian Broadcasting Services | Vienna, Austria
Thomas Stockhammer | Qualcomm | Munich, Germany
Jordi J. Gimenez | 5G-MAG | Geneve, Switzerland
A Cloud-Capable Synchronized Transport Architecture for FM and HD Radio Broadcasting - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, AM and FM HD Radio
Processed FM MPX, all HD audio and data can now be delivered directly to an FM transmitter with aligned FM and HD audio from global on-premise or cloud datacenters simplifying HD Radio transmission.
Philipp Schmid | Nautel Limited | Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Adopting New Cloud Workflows and Making Live Happen in this New Normal - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, Remote and Work-from-Home Operations
The pandemic forced producers to think differently about content. We’ll talk about the lessons learned as broadcasters had to pivot and adopt more REMI models into their workflow.
Daniel Pisarski | LiveU Inc. | Hackensack, New Jersey, United States
Advanced News Workflows - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, Broadcast Workflows
This paper outlines advanced news workflows to provide real time access to media from field cameras as well as automating the inclusion of supporting metadata from the newsroom computer system.
Ernie Ensign | Sinclair Broadcast Group | Hunt Valley, Maryland, United States
Advanced Security Using a NoCode Media Integration Platform - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, Cybersecurity in Broadcast Facilities
A NoCode Media integration platform democratizes the content supply chain deployments and business improvements to people that are not technical. How it can help to eliminate all the security risks?
Julián Fernandez-Campón | Tedial | Málaga, Spain
ATSC 3.0 as a Use Case for Public Safety Communications - Development Milestones - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, ATSC 3.0 / Next Gen TV Datacasting
(Winner, 2022 BEIT Conference Proceedings Best Paper Award)
PBS North Carolina and its partners have made significant progress in demonstrating the use of ATSC 3.0 for emergency communications to First Responders.
Fred Engel | PBS North Carolina | Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, United States
Red Grasso | North Carolina Department of Information Technology | Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Chris Lamb | Device Solutions Inc. | Morrisville, North Carolina, United States
Tony Sammarco | Device Solutions Inc. | Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, United States
ATSC 3.0, DVB-I and TV 3.0 Services Via 5G Broadcast - System Design and Reference Tools - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, 5G Opportunities for Broadcast
Introduction to 5G Broadcast and its emerging ecosystem of reference tools. Synergies with ATSC3.0 and its applicability to the TV3.0 project will be discussed.
Christophe Burdinat | Ateme | Velizy-Villacoublay, France
Thomas Stockhammer | Qualcomm | Munich, Germany
Romain Bouqueau | Motion Spell GPAC | Paris, France
Mickaël Raulet | Ateme | Rennes, France
Building a Core Network to Seamlessly Connect Data Producers to Data Consumers - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, ATSC 3.0 / Next Gen TV Datacasting
We detail a configurable, interoperable, and scalable OTA datacasting system to monetize available bandwidth capacity and discuss delivery tracking available in a hybrid transmission environment.
Azita Manson | OpenZNet Inc. | Mountain View, California, United States
CDNI Metadata Model Extensions - $15Date: April 23, 2022Topics: 2022 BEITC Proceedings, OTT 2: Open Caching and the Network Edge
This talk discusses the Open Caching configuration interface for CDNs, how the project was born, how it is moving through the SVA and IETF, and what it means for the industry.
Glenn Goldstein | Lumen Technologies | Broomfield, Colorado, United States
William Power | Lumen Technologies | Broomfield, Colorado, United States
Alfonso Siloniz | Telefónica | Madrid, Spain
Guillaume Bichot | Broadpeak | Cesson Sevigne, France