Shure is excited to be back at IBC2023, the company said in a statement today. Shure called IBC “the biggest entertainment and broadcast exhibition in Europe,” one that “empowers innovation and […]
Following up on Shure’s announcement earlier this year that it has joined the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Shure has joined four additional regional groups within the organization. Shure is now […]
Global manufacturer of audio equipment Shure said that “in order to further expand Shure’s leadership in the spectrum policy space,” it has joined the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the […]
In June, Shure launched the ADX5D – Axient Digital Dual-Channel Portable Wireless Receiver. Now, users can enhance their workflow experience with ADX5D’s latest firmware update (1.3.26), including third-party integration and control with select portable […]
Shure is strengthening its commitment to the audio industry by hiring industry veteran Prakash Moorut as senior director of spectrum and regulatory affairs. Shure has been an advocate for the […]
In a meeting with a top adviser to acting FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel last week, microphone maker Shure urged the FCC to act on its petition to reopen the FCC’s vacant channel proceeding, issue a further notice of proposed rulemaking to update the record, and then designate a channel for mics in each market to “ameliorate the significant loss of UHF spectrum wireless microphones have experienced as a result of the broadcast incentive auction.”
Shure’s Wireless Workbench 6 software and ShurePlus Channels IOS app are now compatible with the company’s SLX-D digital wireless system. The software solutions provide the RF management that is necessary for critical […]
The challenges of today’s crowded RF environment, combined with the pressure to deliver flawless audio for varying productions, has created a demand for wireless solutions that are dependable and straightforward […]
The microphone maker’s petition argues the wireless microphone community needs clear spectrum now more than ever, as the 600 MHz band has been reallocated to mobile phone use and the DTV repack has moved many TV stations into the 500 MHz spectrum.
Shure Inc. today promoted three key associates to vice president. Dave Cerra has been named vice president of conferencing in the product development division. He joined Shure as an audio engineer in […]
Today, at the 2019 NAB Show, Shure unveiled TwinPlex, the company’s new line of premium subminiature (5 mm) omnidirectional lavalier and headset microphones. Designed to stand up to the toughest […]
As broadcasters’ comfort level in doing things over IP networks has risen, more and more vendors are offering ATSC 3.0-compatible products that include such features as immersive sound and object-based audio. At the same time, wireless microphone vendors and their customers are tackling the present-day challenge of moving off of the 600 MHz UHF spectrum. Above: Audinate’s new line of Dante adapters bridges the gap between analog audio and IP networking. Click here to access TVNewsCheck’s NAB 2018 Resource Guide listing of broadcast audio vendors and products or here to download it as a PDF.
Television is on the cusp of major changes that will give viewers the ability to personalize their TV audio experience and ultimately even immerse themselves in sound as a new standard for television becomes a reality. Two other developments likely to be center stage at next month’s NAB Show in Las Vegas are acceleration of a transition from baseband to IP transport of media on the production side of the equation, and preparation for a new era of wireless-enabled audio acquisition. For a resources guide to the companies mentioned in this story, click here. See all 2016 NAB Hot Topics stories here.
This year, TVNewsCheck is augmenting its coverage of NAB Show Hot Topics tech trends stories with information that can make your visit to NAB easier. This week’s focus is wireless […]
Unless protections are adopted, TV broadcasters and equipment makers say the FCC’s proposed spectrum auction and subsequent band repacking could reduce or eliminate wireless frequencies needed to cover live breaking news and other events.