Based at the Hearst Tower in New York, HearstLab is a greenhouse for nurturing women-led startups in their early stages. With a focus on startups offering innovations in media, business information and technology, HearstLab invests financially in the companies, as well as provides assistance in building teams and refining products. While in residence, [...]
We speak to NASA imagery expert Rodney Grubbs, about the goals and challenges of shooting stunning footage from space, and find out why VR and better compression are key to NASA's future imagery plans.
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 [...]
Bonneville’s KSL Newsradio in Salt Lake City has defied the longstanding definition of traditional news radio by expanding into video. KSL broadcasts “radio you can see” live from its studio, which is equipped with five cameras, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. The effort reaps a total of 55 different podcasts, available [...]
Tegna owned KING 5 produced the first virtual reality mini doc in local news. The story, Under the Bridge, focused on Tina, a homeless woman who makes her home in an unsanctioned homeless encampment in Seattle known as "The Jungle." Register for our Feb. 28 webcast to hear from KING 5's Matt Mrozinski on how he [...]
Innovation never stops, and we're looking for the next breakthrough for local media. Tell us your idea, and you could win $30,000 to advance it. Submit Your Idea
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 [...]
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
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.