Watermarking helps studios and TV programmers understand distribution vulnerabilities, while helping broadcasters identify illegal live redistribution. The new API provides a standardized way to apply it at scale as delivery methods evolve.
A recent PILOT blog post described the new Next Generation TV set models that were announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. In the case of LG and Sony, specific model numbers for Next Gen TV sets were made known during the event. Samsung, however, took the big picture approach (pun intended) at [...]
ATSC 3.0, or Next Generation TV, is often described as capable of providing a more immersive media experience. However, with improved video and audio capability, it still generally only addresses two of the five human senses: seeing and hearing. Research on signals related to the sense of touch is very much alive in the development [...]
One of the great things about my job is all the incredibly smart and driven people I get to work with and for. The broadcast industry is full of them, and that includes our engineers and digital leaders. It has been my honor to help recognize these amazing people and their accomplishments at NAB Show [...]
Paul Jacobs and Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media hosted the Jacobs Media Virtual CES 2021 Tour, focusing on radio at CES, which was attended by over 200 people. Lasting over three hours, this virtual tour highlighted a number of technologies relevant to radio, with visits to virtual booths and conversations with industry executives including NAB [...]
CES was a well-run virtual event that brought together a global audience to discuss, share, and explore new and emerging technologies, including Next Gen TV. On the programming side, "Next Generation Television in Focus," took place on January 12. The panel featured Michael Davies from Fox Sports as moderator, with Grace Dolan from Samsung and [...]