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Glenn LeBrun
I remember a time, before cable and IR remotes, when you’d feel that comfortable “click” of the analog TV channel changer as it carried you through the five local channels in town.  Back then, it was so easy.  Five channels — predictable and convenient.  ...
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Asia-Pacific Broadcasting News
This paper explores the pros and cons of IP routing compared with the newer trends in integrated baseband routing solutions, including recent advances in Ethernet bandwidth that promise greater capacity. ...
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Broadcast Asia Daily
This white paper, the first in a three-part series explaining the strategic and economic benefits of a Unified Distribution architecture, describes how you can bring the advantages of HTTP-based streaming technology to your legacy network while reducing t ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
The media industry is rapidly approaching a tipping point. The agility and cost/performance benefits of IT technologies are becoming too compelling for media companies to continue to invest exclusively in SDI-based infrastructure equipment. The evidence i ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
Every few years, often on the eve of a major trade show, the media & entertainment industry is set abuzz by some new innovation or technology breakthrough. Just a couple of years ago, an IT invasion swept through the industry, setting off a torrent of ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
It’s not exactly a secret that the media and entertainment industry is dealing with significant disruption and once-in-a-generation change. Shifting video consumption patterns and the related reordering of longstanding distribution channels are forcing me ...
Steve Smith, CTO - Cloud
John Gurzinski/AFP/Getty Images Despite not throwing a single punch, content owners and distributors came away from the May 2nd championship fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao with the most bruises, or so says a host of commentators. Public ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
Sometimes the only difference between right and wrong is timing. Going back nearly two decades, broadcast engineers have been hassled and harangued by various voices advocating IT-based environments as suitable hosts for media operations, including those ...