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NAB Show — A Reflection of Change and a ‘Catalyst for Changes to Come’
The industry gathers to celebrate the NAB Show centennial designed around the curated content pillars Create, Connect and Capitalize.
Where the Metaverse Meets the Real World
Aspects of what we might call the metaverse are already here and businesses are basing investment decisions on the future of the internet.
With AI-Generated Media, How Do We Determine the Value of Art?
Now that machines can generate whatever a human might create, will context remain the key to determining the value of AI-generated art?
How Now, Smart Speaker?
How has the smart speaker fared since peak hype in 2017? After all, COVID-19 lockdowns were a veritable greenhouse for that shiny technofuture.
Broadcasters Look for “Clarity of Fit” in New Infotainment Systems
Ensuring radio is integrated into Google’s open-source Android Automotive system is a priority.
You May Not Want a New Friend, But the Metaverse Is Determined to Be Yours
Even skeptics think the metaverse is coming. Not soon, but soon enough to take the juggernaut seriously.
Wait, This Is How We’re Going To Create and Consume Media in the Future?
In the near-future, newsrooms could increasingly rely on artificial intelligence for a range of editorial tasks, including breaking news.
Hey, Sam! What Is Hybrid Radio?
What exactly is hybrid radio? Why is it also known as “connected radio” in some circles? How does it differ from HD Radio or other modern approaches to radio broadcast? […]
Live Encoding With the Media Links MDP3020 MAX
Developed for live video workflows, the MDP3020 MAX encodes/decodes video, audio and data content for carriage over wide-area IP networks.
The Fearless Future of Live Sports Production
There’s nothing to fear in moving beyond “the old way.” The technology is here today for a successful reinvention of live sports production.
Tokyo 2020: Nobody’s There But the World is Watching
The Tokyo Olympics are eliminating a key component of live sports broadcasts under Japan’s state of emergency, but the show must go on.
Finally! NBC Olympics Gears Up for Its Coverage of the Tokyo Games
NBCUniversal is planning to present 7,000 hours of coverage of the Tokyo Olympics this summer, compared to 170 hours in 1996.
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