How international is the NAB Show? The National Association of Broadcasters put out some figures this week that help answer the question. According to a press release dated March 26, about 30,000 of the people expected to attend the show this year will come from outside the United States. That’s just shy of 30% of […]
OK, so you would rather simply keep your station on the air glitch-free and not worry about things to come, but you know deep in your heart that where TV stands today isn’t where it’s ultimately headed. If you can’t seem to quell that nagging feeling that you need to prepare even though things are […]
Broadcasters have long cast an eye towards the motion picture slice of the business as a resource for innovation, and those gems that TV has adopted, modified and made its own have in turn driven even greater innovation in an effort to dazzle audiences and bring them back to theaters for more. It’s not necessary, here, […]
Grass Valley has begun the pre-NAB tease of the press with the announcement of its NAB press conference, April 12, at the Palazzo in Las Vegas. The company will highlight its “Glass-to-Glass IP portfolio” as well as the introduction of the “LDX 4K camera,” according to an announcement of the event. Stay tuned for more details.
GoPro cameras are quickly making their way into live, local news broadcasts. On Sunday, KUSA Denver went live using the tiny camera for a consumer report story about how the camera designed for action sports makes its way into the NBC affiliate’s broadcast. “We love our GoPro Camera at 9News,” said anchor Cheryl Preheim. Following […]
In the age of webinars and online video conferencing, the trade show still plays an important role for broadcast technology vendors. Aframe writes in a blog post today why they decided to attend NAB: “Because traditionally, personal relationships have always been very important in the media business. Whether it’s commissioning new projects or buying new […]