Andrew Heyward is the senior researcher for TV news at the Knight-Cronkite News Lab at Arizona State University. Andrew began his career in local news at WNEW-TV and WCBS-TV in New York, and served as president of CBS News for nearly a decade. He is currently a visiting scholar at the MIT Media Labs Laboratory [...]
Prabu David is Dean of College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University and oversees the PBS station WKAR, which was recently granted an experimental license to broadcast in ATSC 3. In this guest blog post, Prabu explains the exciting work they are doing to tap the potential of the Next Generation [...]
News-Press & Gazette (NPG), a privately held media company that owns or operates sixty-four broadcast services and seven newspapers across the Midwest and western U.S., has jumped on the ATSC 3.0 bandwagon by launching a Next Generation broadcast TV station—the first of its kind on the west coast—at KSBB in Santa Barbara, California. NPG hosted [...]
Blockchain isn't just for crypto currencies. Alanna Gombert, the CEO of the Digital Asset Trade Association, explained how it's time for broadcasters to educate themselves on the ways that blockchain can help them.
PILOT held its first ever Pitch Prize competition at NAB Show NY. Five startups pitched, and three of them - Airwavz.tv, PolyPort and Teamium - won the prize of a $50,000 investment in SAFE note. The session was opened by NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith. He emphasized that innovation, one of the three pillars of [...]
Cyber Illusionist Marco Tempest spoke to us at NAB Show about how he uses magic to push technology to do things it is not quite ready to do. Marco uses drones, augmented reality and robotics to present a bright vision of the future, which he believes will play a massive role in the future of broadcasting.