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PILOT Pitch Prize Launch

By |March 13, 2018|Blog|

Last week PILOT launched the PILOT Pitch Prize 2018 to foster innovation in the broadcast and media industry. Seed level startups focusing on broadcast and media will submit their applications to enter the competition, and five [...]

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CES 2018: What to See and What to Do

By |January 5, 2018|Blog|

With the winter holiday season passed, it means that the annual Consumer Electronics Show is now upon us. CES is a great place to explore the range of the possible in new consumer electronics devices [...]

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NRSC Activates PI Codes for FM Translators Web Resource

By |November 28, 2017|Blog, Radio|

The National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) has unveiled a new resource for broadcasters that utilize FM translators, providing a unique Radio Data System (RDS) Program Identification (PI) code for every FM translator in the U.S. [...]

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Setting the Record Straight on FM Radio in iPhones

By |October 18, 2017|Blog, Radio|

In recent months, the Southeast U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have been pummeled by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.  The wildfires in California have been equally devastating.  These storms and fires have [...]

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Team PILOT Hacking for the Digital Dash

By |October 4, 2017|Digital Dash, Blog|

Back in March, PILOT participated in its first automotive app development hackathon hosted by General Motors in Tampa. Subsequently, September was a busy month for Team PILOT as we attended and developed apps at two more [...]

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Prototyping for Voice: Methodology

By |October 10, 2017|Blog|

Henry Cooke leads the Talking with Machines project at BBC R&D. Henry will join our next webcast "Broadcasting in the Age of Alexa" on November 1 at 2pm E.T. You can register for the webcast here.  [...]

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