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Weigel Broadcasting Co. Relies on Cobalt Digital Processing for EAS Insertion, CALM Compliance

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – Oct. 28, 2019 – Cobalt Digital today announced Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting Co., which owns and operates stations in nine markets in addition to MeTV and other digital multicast networks, is using Cobalt’s software defined 9922-FS-DSP platform for openGear® frames to provide microservices for Emergency Alert System local insertion and CALM compliance for its terrestrial stations. Most recently, the ...

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AQC: the Editor’s Friend

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The advent of file-based content storage has changed the face of cinematic editing. The technical aspects have become more versatile and far less time consuming than the old cut and splice editing method. The artistic portion of that task still requires more human attention but, it too, has benefited greatly from digital technology. Editing has advanced exponentially, thanks to automated ...

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A Guide to CALM Act Compliance

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Understanding Loudness Control and its Efficient Integration Into File-Based Video Workflows   “The CALM Act is intended to spare viewers the annoyance of constantly adjusting the volume on their TVs to compensate for the significantly higher audio level of commercials”   Introduction For most of television’s history, viewers have complained about big differences in volume between commercials and the surrounding ...

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