They are the market’s final stations to convert their news operations to high def. Sinclair’s WZTV will feature an interactive set, while Young’s WKRN has HD capability from the field ready to go. And Nashville’s other news producers — WSMV and WTVF — aren’t resting on their laurels either, adding new sets, graphics, file-based editing systems and news automation to stay cutting edge.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The pope is going HD. The Vatican on Tuesday unveiled a new euro4.5 million ($6 million) high-definition mobile unit to let the Vatican broadcast the pope’s Masses, audiences and trips in high definition. The upgrade, paid for by the Knights of Columbus and Vatican television and offered at a discount by […]
The news provider is making a $30 million digital upgrade that will let it provide high-definition video to TV station and Web clients.