TVN Tech | COVID-Era Content Management Taps Cloud, AI

Technology executives from WarnerMedia, Sinclair and Hearst said at a recent TVNewsCheck webinar that they’re tackling the content management challenge amplified by the pandemic by using cloud storage and leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve indexing and searching.

LTN Global And Encompass Expand Partnership

LTN Global, a provider of transformative media technology and video transport network solutions, and global media services company Encompass Digital Media are expanding their relationship through a new multi-year partnership for managed IP transport and advanced advertising services. As part of this partnership, LTN solutions will be natively integrated into Encompass’ global service infrastructure, including […]

Avid To Present Technology Preview Of SRT And Haivision SRT Hub At IBC

Avid today announced integrated support for the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) protocol, an open-source video transport protocol that provides clear, reliable live video transmission over the open Internet for news and sports production. Avid also announced new integrations with Haivision SRT Hub, which enables intelligent live- and file-based cloud media routing across the Microsoft Azure network […]

Tellyo Joins The SRT Alliance

Tellyo, developer of a cloud-based live video production suite, today announced that it has joined the SRT Alliance, the collaborative community of industry leaders and developers striving to achieve lower latency Internet video transport through the continuous improvement of the open-source SRT (Secure Reliable Transport). Tellyo has added full SRT support to its platform. Tellyo […]


Six Reasons Why IP Is The Future Of OTA TV

While the current MPEG transport stream has worked well, it’s time for a change that will let over-the-air TV broadcasting break free from its own self-imposed silo and transition into something “that could be thought of as an extension of the internet,” according to Triveni Digital’s Rich Chernock. He details the ways such a change could benefit both broadcasters and viewers.


Chernock To Conduct 3.0 IP Transport Webinar


LiveU Adopts NewTek’s NDI For Bonded Transceiver


Calrec Stands For Freedom In IP Transport


Belden’s Stroup: No One Wants Proprietary IP

John Stroup, Belden’s CEO, says the existence of multiple, competing IP protocols to transport video, audio and data is an indication of a fundamental failure in the TV industry, and broadcasters are savvy enough to recognize it. “What they want is really simple. They want one standard, and they want everyone to compete on quality, cost and features that hook up to that standard.”


NewTek Tackles IP Media Transport With NDI

At IBC 2015 last September, NewTek announced NDI, or Network Device Interface, an IP protocol for the transport of media packets to support video production. Andrew Cross, NewTek’s president-CTO, discusses NDI, its origin as a fundamental technology for TriCaster, industry acceptance of NDI, compression, the prospect of submitting the protocol for formal SMPTE standardization and why IP networks are so important to the future of video production.


AIMS Adds Three Members


IP Alliance AIMS Appoints Board


IP: New Option For Moving Video From A To B

Advances in the technology have made video transport over IP a robust, reliable and financially attractive proposition for local broadcasters. Applications include use as STLs, remote links from the field to the studio, PSIP insertion and program sharing.