I'm pleased to welcome three leading global technology companies to PILOT. AWS Elemental, an Amazon Web Services Company; Facebook Journalism Project; and Xperi have joined PILOT, an innovation initiative of the National Association of Broadcasters. [...]
Cyber Illusionist Marco Tempest spoke to us at NAB Show about how he uses magic to push technology to do things it is not quite ready to do. Marco uses drones, augmented reality and robotics to present a bright vision of the future, which he believes will play a massive role in the future of broadcasting.
Apps are not just for smartphones. Automobiles support a variety of app platforms as well, and recently PILOT sent a team of software developers to an auto app hackathon, the Ford Make It Driveable Challenge [...]
Register for NAB Show New York to see the final pitches on October 17 from 3 - 6pm. Register Now On any given day in the suburbs of Washington, DC, you [...]
Hans K. Meyer, Ph.D. is an associate professor at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. His project, Engagement VR allowed newsrooms to create virtual tours of less covered parts of viewing areas. Hans won [...]
The Call for Papers for the 2019 Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference (BEITC) is now open. Proposals are invited for technical papers addressing the latest opportunities and challenges facing broadcast engineering and media-industry IT [...]
Fred Engel CPBE is the senior director of technology at UNC-TV. He leads the Next Gen TV – Saving Lives One Alert at a Time project that delivers crucial alerts to first responders faster than the current [...]
In our third Innovation Challenge, we’re looking for creative ideas for ways broadcasters and other local media could serve communities. And as the saying goes, “ideas are cheap, execution is everything.” That’s why we’ll award [...]