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19 December 2013 by Glenn LeBrun
So much content, so many screens, so little time.  That’s how my world feels anymore, and I imagine many of you can relate.  This new world we are in is a decade old at best, with TV Everywhere just hitting its stride. As consumers, many of us still haven’t figured out how to adjust to it — nor...
12 December 2013 by Charlie Vogt
Last week, I had the privilege to deliver the keynote address “Navigating through the Changing Media Landscape” at the IABM Annual International Business Conference in London. While I spoke across multiple topics, including the transformational trends that will certainly influence the media...
9 December 2013 by Brian Cabeceiras
The next big thing is here.  No, it’s not 4K or HEVC or even ATSC 3.0.  It’s software-defined networking — or SDN —and it will hit the broadcast facility sooner than you think. For those unfamiliar with the term, here’s a very basic definition: SDN is an approach to computer networking that...
4 December 2013 by Karen Plumley
Harris Broadcast, a portfolio company of The Gores Group and a market share leader of content management and network infrastructure solutions serving the global broadcast, communication service provider, government and enterprise markets, today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to...
18 November 2013 by Karen Plumley
Harris Broadcast today appointed Steve Reynolds as Chief Technology Officer and Skip Sorenson as Chief Financial Officer. Both will report to Charlie Vogt, CEO of Harris Broadcast, with Mr. Reynolds leading product management and research & development, and Mr. Sorenson responsible for finance...
11 November 2013 by Karen Plumley
The broadcast industry has always had a language all its own, complete with technical terms unique to this business. But as cloud computing transforms video facilities, new buzzwords like public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud are working their way into our vernacular. With the public cloud...
2 October 2013 by Andy Stout
/*-->*/ With the dust finally settled out in Amsterdam on what’s been billed as the biggest IBC yet, it’s time to look back on IBC2013 and assess what it all meant for the industry. Well, for a start it was more of an IBC that confirmed things we all already knew, rather than one of the shows...
2 October 2013 by Dick Hobbs
/*-->*/ A lot of things were big at IBC this year. The attendance and the exhibition, for instance, were bigger than ever. And there were a lot of big pictures around, as the 4k bandwagon gathered momentum. But the really interesting discussions, in the conference and on the show floor, were...
1 October 2013 by Adrian Pennington
/*-->*/ The increasing speed and ubiquity of IP networking is such that broadcasters are preparing to transition to IP-based live video and audio transport and away from traditional dedicated Serial Digital Interface (SDI or HD-SDI) links. The move is not being made without caution, but we have...
1 October 2013 by Chris Dickinson
/*-->*/ Harris Broadcast is playing a lead role in creating a new and unique triple-play platform in Algeria for Hasnaoui Télécom Algérie (HTA), which will launch its first IPTV service as part of a triple-play offering. The versatile new platform will use a turnkey solution developed by Harris...