CES 2021 for Broadcasters

By |January 11, 2021|Blog|

As CES kicks off, we put together this list of sessions, events and links that broadcasters may find of particular interest when attending the virtual gathering.

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Broadcast TV (the Platform) and “A Christmas Carol”

By |December 17, 2020|Blog|

Consultant Shelly Palmer’s recent piece, "TV: The Platform vs. The Artform," is a cautionary tale. Making the case that the TV "platform," meaning traditional broadcast television stations and networks (along with cable networks), "has damaged [...]

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The NextGen TV Surge

By |December 10, 2020|Blog|

During this pandemic we don’t typically like to hear of a surge. But as it relates to NextGen TV the surge is a good thing. It means new and improved broadcast television offerings in more and more [...]

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Smart Speaker or Voice Platforms? Words Matter

By |December 2, 2020|Blog|

Words matter (in more ways than one) when talking about or talking to smart speakers. Simply calling these devices that sit on our desks and counters a “speaker” evokes the idea of a one-way engagement [...]

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Automakers are Watching What Radio Broadcasters Do

By |November 6, 2020|Blog|

The evolution of radio receivers in cars over the last 25 years has been quite remarkable and beneficial for broadcasters, listeners and automakers. With the advent of hybrid (over-the-air plus internet) radio, it’s more important [...]

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