The link between the PILOT Innovation Challenge participants and judges is established through the judging criteria. Having a common understanding of what is expected in entries and how to evaluate them is critical. Many of the questions we get about the challenge are related to criteria. When ideas are submitted that answer the challenge prompt, “What [...]
Up to now, the hardest part about changing channels has been digging the remote out from the back of the couch cushions. However, with the conclusion of the recent broadcast spectrum incentive auction, nearly 1,000 TV stations must move to new channels or frequencies – an incredibly complicated, dangerous and expensive task. The above video [...]
This year’s NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference (BEITC) featured nearly 100 papers, but only one was chosen as the best. In this blog, we take a brief look at that paper, authored by Philipp Schmid, Research Engineer at broadcast equipment manufacturer Nautel, Ltd., Hacketts Cove, Nova Scotia. John Ellis accepts the Best Paper [...]
On May 17, NAB CTO Sam Matheny testified before the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology on the Future of Emergency Alerting. He described how the Next Gen TV standard ATSC 3.0 can enable advanced emergency alerting capabilities when disaster strikes. NAB CTO Sam Matheny testifying before the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. In his [...]
The 2017 Innovation Challenge is looking for an unconventional way broadcasters and other local media can serve communities, and we're giving away $120,000 to move the best ideas forward. Submit Your Idea
NAB’s Skip Pizzi was awarded the Bernard J. Lechner Outstanding Contributor Award by the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) during the 2017 Next Gen TV Conference in Washington, DC., on May 17."Skip is an outstanding leader," said ATSC President Mark Richer, "whose remarkable technical and management skills; enthusiasm and commitment has helped to facilitate the rapid development of the next generation television standard.”
Amazon Alexa can provide new and exciting ways for broadcasters to share their content with their audiences. Here are the 5 things to know.
At the 2017 NAB Show we teamed up with NASA and AWS Elemental to produce the world's first live 4K stream from space. In this InnoMinute, we speak to astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson and AWS Elemental CEO Sam Blackman about what Ultra High Definition content means for NASA and the media.
Huge day today for NAB Show featuring world's first 4K video stream live from the International Space Station, the technology awards luncheon featuring keynoter Tim Wu, and the Amateur Radio Operators Reception. NASA Live in 4k Perhaps one of the most anticipated events at this year's NAB Show was NASA's live 4K stream from the International [...]
Another exciting day is in the books at NAB Show. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai kicked things off, speaking to a packed crowd on industry issues including the incentive auction, AM revitalization and his plans for the FCC. Pai called for a new spirit of cooperation between the FCC and broadcasters, saying "This FCC will go where [...]