The Amateur Radio Operators Reception, affectionately known as the HAM Reception, will be held on Wednesday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in Ballroom B of the Westgate Las Vegas Resort. The Reception is free of charge and open to all attendees of the 2018 NAB Show. The HAM reception is cosponsored by Broadcast Supply Worldwide and Turner [...]
Reliability for E2X and other IP traffic across Radio Studio to Transmitter Link While IP-based studio-to-transmitter links (STLs) have both reduced operational cost and increased connection flexibility, they are prone to packet losses that can degrade the quality. A session at this year’s NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference (BEITC, April 7-12, 2018, Las [...]
Find out the future of local news in our latest 5 Things to Know, and learn more at the DFX Future of Local News panel at NAB Show 2018, where we'll delve into a recent study by Knight Foundation.
Immersive media expert Caitlin Burns of Caitlin Burns and Associates, explains how Virtual and Augmented Reality provide a new toolkit for broadcasters to tell stories and connect with their audiences. Caitlin is the Vice Chair of the Producers' Guild of America New Media Council. She is an expert in franchise story-world development, multi-platform [...]
Last week PILOT launched the PILOT Pitch Prize 2018 to foster innovation in the broadcast and media industry. Seed level startups focusing on broadcast and media will submit their applications to enter the competition, and five finalists will be chosen to compete in the pitch competition that will be held at NAB Show NY. Each of [...]
Tablets displaying ATSC 3.0 transmissons via USB dongle receivers from ETRI About a year ago, as we were deep in the weeds of the development of the Next Gen TV standard, ATSC 3.0, we identified the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang as an ideal event to showcase the capabilities of what the standard could [...]