With the winter holiday season passed, it means that the annual Consumer Electronics Show is now upon us. CES is a great place to explore the range of the possible in new consumer electronics devices and services. While not all of the exciting new technology will find its way to the marketplace, exploring this event [...]
November has been an exciting time in ATSC 3.0 World. A confluence of important public announcements and major industry milestones echoed the growing momentum of broadcasters looking toward the next generation television platform as the next logical step in the evolution of broadcast media. Below is a top-level survey of recent activity in progress toward [...]
The National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) has unveiled a new resource for broadcasters that utilize FM translators, providing a unique Radio Data System (RDS) Program Identification (PI) code for every FM translator in the U.S. FM translators have been a source of growth for the radio broadcast industry in recent years. Regulatory efforts such as [...]
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.
In recent months, the Southeast U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have been pummeled by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. The wildfires in California have been equally devastating. These storms and fires have wreaked havoc on communications networks and challenged public safety officials’ ability to get lifeline information to affected residents. At a [...]
Henry Cooke leads the Talking with Machines project at BBC R&D. Henry will join our next webcast "Broadcasting in the Age of Alexa" on November 1 at 2pm E.T. You can register for the webcast here. This post was originally published on the BBC Research & Development blog. By Henry Cooke, Senior Producer & Creative Technologist, [...]