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Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
Science and nature don’t exactly have solid track records when it comes to creating hybrids. Look no further than the liger, wholphin or, my favorite genetically altered species, the zonkey for all the evidence needed to conclude that not all hybrids have ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
Changes are happening in the live production sector of the media and entertainment industry. Broadcasters and other production companies from across the planet are embracing next-generation technologies and architectures, outfitting their facilities and p ...
Brick Eksten, Imagine Communications Vice President of Product Strategy, Networking and Distribution
The momentum behind IP is undeniable. The recent NAB exhibition saw a passing of the technology torch from SDI to IP. The overwhelming industry consensus is that IP is the future of the broadcast and media industry. Like all technology transformations, th ...
Paul Greene, Director of Baseband Routing
You wouldn’t fire up a bulldozer to dig a flower garden or yank the cord of a lawnmower to trim your toenails. Those excesses stand in direct opposition to one of the oldest work-related axioms in the book: Choose the right tool for the job. But if the cu ...
Joe McGarvey, Director of Marketing
Selecting the core component of your new outside broadcast truck from the show floor of a busy trade show may strike many as the very definition of impulse buying. But when Gary Snyder, president and engineer at Clark Media, sealed the deal for an Imagine ...
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 ...