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NAB Signature Sessions

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The 2015 NAB Show isn’t always about the latest gadget or doohickey; true, that’s a big part of the magic, but it’s not the entire picture. The 2015 NAB Show is about the latest thing in media – whether it’s a cool machine, a clever piece of software, or maybe something less tangible like a new trend, or piece of ...

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Media asset management: the key to business success

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By: Kevin Usher, director of segment and product marketing, broadcast and media, Avid In today’s media environment enterprises are under intense pressure to improve content monetization and maximize operational efficiency. They’re expected to do more—to create more content for more platforms and deliver it to more people—so they have to find new ways to secure revenues, differentiate services to earn ...

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A Console is Born – Studio Furniture & Control Consoles

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Form & function – two words (a phrase, really, in its own right) that define studio furniture – whether it be in the broadcast studio, post-production studio or even in-room control stations. To be effective, not only must its form be ergonomic (and aesthetically pleasing, as well), it must also be able to function… by “function,” I mean that it ...

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The New Era: Studio Robotics and You!

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Robotic camera technology for the studio has certainly started to make it’s mark in the world of production and broadcasting. The continued drop of cost and advancements in the reliability of the technology has really caught on! Organizations that have central-casting in mind and having control of their studio cameras from afar seemed something out of a broadcast engineer’s imagination ...

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A smarter approach to real-time workflows

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Petter Ole Jakobsen, CTO, Vizrt Today, sports broadcasters, content and rights owners and producers have a difficult challenge: they have to create more with less. First, the style of television is changing. In something like sport or news, audiences have come to expect more graphics, and a more fluid visual style. If you were to watch something from as recently ...

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i-Yuno Captions the World – See Them at #NABShow 2014

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What do you think when you see the words or closed captioning appear at the bottom of your screen?  Did you think a person is providing the translation live as it’s happening or do you think a machine is doing all the work?  If your chose the latter, you’re right… if you chose the former, you’re also right!  In some ...

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