Broadcasters are calling on a combination of cloud, software and transport technologies to facilitate collaborating and sharing at a station or across groups. The pandemic has shifted the many news sharing tools into high gear. Above: Dalet Pyramid Cut is Dalet Pyramid’s web-based feature-rich video and audio editor.
LTN Global, a provider of transformative media technology and video transport solutions, has introduced LTN Arc, “a fully-managed production solution that enables media organizations to repurpose and decorate centralized feeds into customized streams for distribution on multiple channels.” LTN Global will showcase LTN Arc and a range of its video technologies and solutions at the 2022 […]
Nevion, a Sony Group company and provider of virtualized media production solutions, has appointed company founder Thomas Heinzer CEO. The appointment follows the departure of Geir Bryn-Jensen to pursue new projects. Nevion’s existing management team remains unchanged. Heinzer founded signal routing and transport systems provider Network Electronics in 1996, which became Nevion in 2007. Heinzer […]
AJA Video Systems has unveiled new solutions and updates to help professionals keep pace with the ever-increasing demand for higher raster live and on-demand content. AJA’s latest developments include Bridge Live, which makes it easy to securely and reliably transport UltraHD or multi-channel HD video with a range of codec choices and secure transport protocols over […]
LTN Global, a provider of transformative media technology and video transport network solutions today announced that its transport service is being used for the first commercial deployment of ATSC 3.0 in the United States in Las Vegas. Following the successful launch on May 26, LTN Global says it has also become the preferred transport network […]
The coronavirus pandemic has amped up the transition to cloud-based workflows as broadcasters have employed as many remote operations as possible. The next frontier: an acceleration of live production applications in the cloud. Above, an Amazon Web Services Outpost cloud server.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers committee at work on a new standard for professional video over IP is nearing the stage where its work can be put to the test. Many are hopeful the SMPTE 2110 standard will deliver what’s needed for the industry to coalesce around an IP protocol that broadcasters and others in the industry can support.