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FCC, NAB Set Initiative to Finish Shift to ATSC 3.0
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said the commission will work with NAB on ways to complete the change to ATSC 3.0.
Continuing Expansion of NextGen TV Brings New Opportunities
Television broadcasters yet to put NextGen TV on the air can prepare by taking advantage of the numerous ATSC 3.0 happenings at NAB Show.
Where Are We With Audio Asset Management?
A new report from media asset management system Iconik shows that audio assets are a major driver of the growing demand for cloud storage.
Life Advice for Working Remotely with Large Media Assets
Across M&E, executives report that their teams are continuing to “shore up” remote workflows to better prepare for whatever lies ahead.
In TV and Film, Whenever There’s Economic Inequality… It’s Payback Time
Hollywood is bringing class warfare out into the open with the release of films like “Glass Onion,” “The Menu,” and “Triangle of Sadness.”
Into the Darkness: Designing the (Ahem) (Visceral) Visuals of “Barbarian”
Cinematographer Zach Kuperstein and colorist Sam Daley on production and post for sleeper horror hit “Barbarian” from writer-director Zach Cregger.
FAST TV and SVOD Are “Channeling” the Cable Business Model
The FAST ecosystem can be confusing but a new report demystifies the current trends, including the ongoing battle over the interface.
TV Production in the Cloud: The Whys and Hows
Cloud-based production has emerged as a technology and service combination whose time has come, and its role will only grow larger.
This Is the Future of TV (Until Everything Changes Again)
PwC‘s new 2022-2026 Global Entertainment & Media Outlook predicts OTT video revenue in the US will reach $40.4 billion by the end of 2026.
TikTok is Coming After TV. Can It Be Stopped? (Should It Be?)
TikTok is now a direct competitor for video viewers to everyone from broadcast TV and cable services to Netflix and studio streamers.
My Retro TVs: A Date With the Dial
“Don’t touch that dial!” probably hasn’t been heard from a television set in a few decades. It’s a cultural relic of the 1950s and 1960s TV world. It has been […]
Grayscale: Are Too Many TV Shows and Movies Desaturated?
Despite a number of recent eye-popping productions, film critic Emily VanDerWerff decries Hollywood’s penchant for using desaturated color.
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