The PILOT Innovation Challenge seeks startups and growing companies providing solutions to some of the key challenges and opportunities facing broadcasters over the next two to three years. You can meet the 2021 and 2022 winners at the NAB Show. All winners will demonstrate their solutions on the exhibition floor and talk about their work at sessions throughout the Show.
The HAM reception, sponsored this year by Turner Engineering, is where hundreds of broadcasting’s best and brightest, from company CEO’s to shop technicians, spend a relaxed evening talking shop, swapping tales and enjoying the fellowship of the amateur radio community.
Two special sessions at NAB Show will be of particular interest to broadcast engineers and media technology enthusiasts: the Broadcast Engineering and IT (BEIT) Conference Opening Session and the keynote and awards session “Hollywood's ‘Binge Times’ OTT Battle and the NAB Engineering Achievement Awards.”
We’re just a few weeks away from kicking off the NAB Show again in Las Vegas and the excitement is building. We’re all excited to connect with the people that make up the NAB Show community, and we’ve outlined some of specific things the NAB Technology staff is looking forward to April 23-27 in Las Vegas.
Electric vehicles (EVs) and radio have been in the news lately, often because some automakers (notably VW, Audi, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes) are not installing AM radios in their EVs. This is due in part [...]
NAB’s Technology department is always busy with the work of the association, whether it be helping to plan the next NAB technical conference or webcast or working to develop new technical standards and recommendations focused [...]
A new research study from NVISA (NextGen Video Information Systems Alliance) sponsored by ONE Media 3.0/Sinclair Broadcast Group makes some significant findings surrounding Emergency Broadcast services and NextGen Broadcasting.
As 2022 begins, the Reinventing Local TV News Project at Northeastern University is optimistic about the state of local television news and we’re doubling down on our research findings that revealed a potential pathway for building a bigger audience, both on-air and online. Our not-so-secret formula? Prioritizing animation and enhanced graphics in local TV news storytelling.
Downtime on set is an issue that keeps production engineers awake at night...literally. They’re often stuck in the studio fixing technical issues to get productions back on-air while everyone else stands around or is asleep. There is always a worry that a critical piece of the production workflow will cut out in the middle of a shoot causing the production to come to a halt. Backup systems, redundancy and additional engineers on set are deployed to help reduce downtime, but we all know that every year there will inevitably be a few sleepless nights for engineers.
We wanted to know what technologists in our industry are excited about and expect (or hope) to see in 2022, so we asked the NAB Technology staff and a few other luminaries in the industry if they had anything to share. They did. This compilation of predictions is our way to wrap up 2021 by looking forward to 2022.