From Remote News Producers To Camera-To-Cloud Workflows, Broadcasters Chase Agility In Studio And Field

Tech leaders from CNBC, Fox Television Stations, Gray Television and Sinclair told a NewsTECHForum audience earlier this week that flexibility and speed are driving their implementation of a range of new technology, from LED displays and AR graphics to more expansive remote production and use of the cloud.

NewsTECHForum: Building Agility In News Production

News technology leaders from CNBC, Sinclair, Gray Television and Fox Television Stations will discuss the transformative changes to studio design and production along with dramatic leaps in field production technology in a panel at TVNewsCheck’s NewsTECHForum in New York on Dec. 12. Register here.

Technology leaders on the IP transition

HolcombeParksHow will Turner Broadcasting, NBCUniversal’s CNBC and Sinclair Broadcast Group navigate television’s transition from baseband SDI to an IP environment? Senior engineering executives at all three companies participated in a roundtable interview Fastookabout how they are making the move. Matthew Holcombe, VP, Turner Production Broadcast Engineering; Del Parks, SVP and CTO of the Sinclair Broadcast Group; and Steve Fastook, SVP of technical and commercial operations at CNBC, revealed how they’re currently deploying IP, why they are doing so and where they hope IP-based technologies will take their operations in the future. Highlights of that interview, produced for Grass Valley by NewsCheckStudio, are here. Full interview here.