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dotRadio Domain Store Now Open

The dotRadio store is now open, and radio broadcasters can now apply for a top level ".radio" domain. Radio broadcasters will receive priority access to the domains until October 31, when the launch period ends. After that, applications will be judged on a first come first served basis. You can apply for your ".radio" domain [...]

By |September 12, 2017|Blog, Radio|Comments Off on dotRadio Domain Store Now Open

Next Gen TV

The NAB Show in April of this year featured Next Gen TV in numerous ways, including a showcase on the main concourse, a pavilion in North Hall, a live broadcast from Black Mountain, and of course our demonstrations of the prototype PILOT home gateway. The amazing collection of technologies that are embedded in the new [...]

By |September 12, 2017|Videos, Blog, Television|Comments Off on Next Gen TV

The Innovation Cycle

Innovation begins with an idea. However, having an idea and putting it into action is not as simple as one might think. There is a natural progression of growth for ideas, and it’s outlined by what what is referred to as the Innovation Cycle. There are three steps in the Innovation Cycle: Ideation, validation, incubation [...]

By |August 9, 2017|Innovation Challenge 2017, Blog|Comments Off on The Innovation Cycle

Hot off the presses: 11th edition NAB Engineering Handbook now available!

On behalf of the NAB, I am pleased to announce the availability of the 11th edition of the NAB Engineering Handbook. Broadcast consultant Gary Cavell served as editor-in-chief with associate editors Tom Osenkowsky (consultant), David Layer (NAB), Skip Pizzi (NAB), and Bill Hayes (Iowa Public TV). Get your copy now New topics in the 11th [...]

By |August 3, 2017|Blog, Radio, Television|Comments Off on Hot off the presses: 11th edition NAB Engineering Handbook now available!

Guideposts to Innovation at the Radio Show

With new radio-related apps on smartwatches, phones, cars and voice assistants, it’s a very exciting time for innovation in the radio industry. Let the Innovation Stage at the Radio Show be your guide to the power of these new opportunities. The Innovation Stage, located in the Marketplace, will host a track of programming on Wednesday [...]

By |July 27, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Guideposts to Innovation at the Radio Show

Applications for Next Generation TV

On Monday, July 24, 2017, 2-3 p.m. EDT, NAB will present a webcast on the topic of “Applications for ATSC 3.0 – The Next Generation Television Standard.” The webcast will feature a non-technical overview of the capabilities of the Next-Gen standard, intended to inform television producers and managers about what new and enhanced functionality the [...]

By |July 17, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Applications for Next Generation TV

Innovation Challenge FAQ

The PILOT Innovation Challenge is looking for ideas for unconventional ways broadcasters and other local media can serve their communities. On this page, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you with your submission. We'll update this list as new questions come in, but if you have a question that isn't listed [...]

By |July 11, 2017|Innovation Challenge 2017, Blog|Comments Off on Innovation Challenge FAQ

Matheny Explains The Possibilities of Next Gen TV

On June 29, NAB CTO Sam Matheny sat down for a conversation with Colin Dixon, founder and chief analyst of nScreenMedia at the TV of Tomorrow (TVOT) conference in San Francisco, Calif., to discuss the next-generation television standard, ATSC 3.0. You can listen to the audio of their entire discussion above and read more about [...]

By |July 18, 2017|Blog, Television|Comments Off on Matheny Explains The Possibilities of Next Gen TV

Broadcasting Returns to Lower Manhattan

Broadcasting is back in lower Manhattan! At a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Friday,  June 23, 2017, Telemundo 47 / WNJU turned on its state-of-the-art, solid-state 100 kilowatt transmitter situated on the 90th floor of New York's One World Trade Center, and began broadcasting on (RF) channel 36 from an antenna on the roof of the building. [...]

By |June 28, 2017|Blog, Radio, Television|Comments Off on Broadcasting Returns to Lower Manhattan