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Which Lens – Discover the Choices at 2016 NAB Show

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Here’s a little insight on lenses… Choosing the proper lens is subject to several variables. Distance, lighting, and focus are all considerations, as well as the what, why, and when of the shot. Being a cameraman and being a photographer are similar, but definitely not the same as each group has their own gear and tricks. On the set, the ...

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NAB Show Parties: 2016 NAB Show Party List

NAB Show Parties
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If we don’t mention the 2016 NAB Show After-Parties, we would be leaving out a huge chunk of the fun associated with the NAB Show! Look below and click on the NAB Show party details for more information, as some are either private, by invitation only or have an admission charge. This is a running list and the most comprehensive you will find! We ...

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Beyond Imagine – Hooking-up with HP in time for 2016 NAB Show

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Whenever I see something unique or changing in the industry, I always try to comment or say a few words about it; for example, the recent deepening relationship between Imagine Communications and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). The Internet is the catalyst. Due to dramatic shifts in video consumption habits now allowed, cloud services require not only the modernization of broadcast ...

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Virtual Reality – A Reality No Longer Virtual

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Whenever a “Trekkie” thinks of virtual reality (or “VR”), the first thing that pops into their heads is a “Holodeck” or a “Holosuite” – both fictional areas where, according to the Star Trek World, are holocom rooms featuring recreations of places and environs, as well as usable items, originally designed for research, including tactical and training simulations, but could also ...

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File-Based Workflows in Broadcasting

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Times they-are-a-changin; while file-based workflow has been around for a while, the traditional tape-based workflow is fading in popularity, as much of the recordkeeping and content management shifts to a more digitally-inclined IT-centric infrastructure. Some cloud archival sites may store content on tape that allows high density data storage; but in the studio itself, the general trend is toward automating ...

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That’s the Way the Ball Drops – Feeds for New Years Presentations!

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First things first – With the recent holiday season behind us, we set our sights on New Year’s Eve media coverage! “We are once again offering commercial free pool feed to international and domestic broadcasters, as well as online outlets,” says Jeff Straus, President, Countdown Entertainment, “to share the excitement from Times Square with revelers around the world.  This year’s celebration will feature musical performances ...

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Thirteen Days of Studio Christmas 2015? :)

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The Christmas Season puts everyone in holiday-cheer mode! Even us techy-geeks from the broadcast and post-production realm! So, in keeping with the holiday tradition (and instead of getting all those drummers drumming and maids-a-milking), Broadcast Beat Magazine asked people on many of our social media channels: “If you could get a cool production toy for Christmas, what would it be?” ...

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