The clock is ticking down to the July 31 deadline for submission of scientific papers for the 2017 SET (the Brazilian Society of Television Engineering) Expo Conferences in São Paulo on Aug. 21-24. Articles will be published in the SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering (SET IJBE). Authors will receive an invitation to present their […]
If you are curious about where high dynamic range stands; the differences between the BBC and NHK’s Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) and Dolby’s Perceptual Quantizer (PQ) HDR systems; why each exists; and how the two got tucked under the same umbrella by the ITU, take out a few minutes to read “Hot Button Discussion: Inside the HDR Spec,” by […]
Patrick Butler, president and CEO of America’s Public Television Stations, this week posted a strong endorsement of the ATSC 3.0 standard and the new opportunities it will create for broadcasters in an article at Current online. The piece, “ATSC spells progress for television,” does an excellent job of summing up what the next-gen TV standard is all about, where things stand in […]
Jeffrey Krauss, president of Telecommunications and Technology Policy, in Rockville, Md., once again dives into the implications of ATSC 3.0 for cable operators. In his latest CED magazine article,“Capital Currents: What is a ‘Good Quality’ ATSC 3.0 Television Signal?,” Krauss compares what is considered a good quality ATSC 1.0 signal with a good quality next-gen […]
Television broadcasters focused on ATSC 3.0 development and implementation — if, in fact, they actually should one day receive permission from the FCC to roll out the next-gen television system — may want to start giving some thought to the challenges the new digital television system will pose for cable operators. Writing in CED Magazine, Jeffrey Krauss, […]
Television broadcasters are likely to be joined in the skies by their radio brethren looking to use drones for newsgathering, including traffic reporting. Radio Ink magazine has published “Could Drones Be Used For Radio Reporting?,” which is an interesting story on where things stand.