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Radio Studios Sparkle in 2022
AoIP and other tech supports configurability, remote work and streamlining
“Alter Ego:” The Promise (and Production) of Live Virtual Performance
Powered in near-real time by Unreal Engine, FOX’s new talent show “Alter Ego” features real singers disguised with digital Avatars.
Celebrate the Winners of the 2021 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards
Click on the image above to play the video. The awards honor breakthrough products from the 2021 NAB Show. The winners of the third annual NAB Show Product of the Year […]
“Language Lessons” Proves (Again) that a Good Story Doesn’t Need Great Tech (Although a Little Creative Problem Solving Never Hurt)
DP Jeremy Mackie uses Logitech cameras with filter holders, a diopter, and diffusion filters for the Zoom-based movie “Language Lessons.”
High-Fidelity Holograms, Video Wallpaper, Thousands of Wearable Radios: Your 6G Future
New white paper from Rhode & Schwarz discusses the future of 6G, including high-fidelity holograms, multisensory communications, and more.
“Field of Dreams” Broadcast: They Built It… And, Yes, They Did Come
FOX Sports delivers a cinematic look for “MLB at Field of Dreams,” the most-watched regular season baseball game in 16 years.
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.
Restored and Reborn: “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”
Acclaimed filmmaking debut from musician and music historian Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson restores forgotten Black American history.
FIBA Olympic Basketball Qualifying Captured via Mediapro Alto
Mediapro Canada’s 53-foot expand mobile unit Alto will produce the international signal for domestic and international rights holders.
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.
How Mesh Networks Are Making a Splash With the America’s Cup
As yachts from Italy and the holders, New Zealand, compete for the 36th America’s Cup, it is very much a high-tech event, with a broadcast infrastructure to reflect that.
Out of the Past: How Sound Designer Ren Klyce Embedded the Moviegoing Experience in “Mank”
Crafting the ambience of a theatrical screening, “Mank” sound designer Ren Klyce evokes the moviegoing experience for streaming audiences.
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