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NextGen TV: ARK Multicasting Reimagines the Commercial CDN
NextGen TV company ARK Multicasting demonstrates an end-to-end commercial content delivery network from source to the far edge.
Sports Broadcasts in 2022: Automation, In-Stadium Apps and Advanced Computing
Encoding company Videon Labs outlines the major trends in sports broadcasting we can expect to see in 2022.
The Nation’s Capital Goes NextGen
A roundtable discussion with the broadcast engineers involved in the Howard University NextGen TV Broadcast Collaborative.
Why Streamers Keep Viewing Numbers a Mystery
SVODs are black boxes when it comes to sharing ratings information, but Hollywood insiders seem sanguine about the lack of transparency.
Anticipating the Consumer Demand for Streaming… Like, Everywhere
Consumers anticipate streaming and self-driving vehicles will merge in the future, according to a new study of consumer habits and desires.
So You Say You’re Planning a 16K Live Stream…
Intel announces plans to experiment with multiple streams of High Frame Rate High Dynamic Range 8K and even 16K at the Paris Olympics.
Multicast and the Future of Mobile Content Delivery
Rohde & Schwarz outlines a multicast approach to transmitting live and on-demand video that leverages expanding 5G networks.
The 2021 NAB Show Virtual Events Calendar
While we can’t be together in person this year, our exhibitors are still hosting events and launching products you’ll want to know about. The following schedule of events represents press […]
Netflix’s Bozoma Saint John: It’s All About Creating Audience Connections
Netflix chief marketing officer Bozoma Saint John reveals how the streamer is diversifying storytelling via marketing and social media.
Leveling Up: Capturing the Benefits of Internet-Based Video Delivery
The Switch’s Robert Szabo-Rowe discusses alternative satellite broadcasting methods to support more flexible and efficient content creation.
Send Those Streams: Understanding Secure Reliable Transport
The SRT protocol garners the support of over 500 solution and service providers within the first four years of its open-source availability.
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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