On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Interra Systems

Interra Systems | Booth SU7105 | Website:  Interra Systems, a global provider of software products and solutions to the digital media industry, will demonstrate its end-to-end QC, monitoring and analysis solutions approach for the streaming media industry. The company’s complete set of software-based tools provide scalability, performance, and centralized management enabling service providers to […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: IPV

IPV | Booth N5925 | Website: Media management technology specialist IPV will present the latest advances of its in-demand Curator MAM system. These include extended third-party integration and easier user collaboration. Significant advancements have been made to Curator’s integrated panels within Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Users across any creative service using the […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Lawo

Lawo | Booth N1424 | Website:    Lawo will launch a new flagship audio production console that is fully IP-based and specifically designed to provide optimized performance within video production environments.  Addressing applications requiring very large format mixing and routing functionality, the desk offers a number of innovative mix-assist systems that enable engineers to […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Utah Scientific

Utah Scientific | Booth N4506 | Website:  NEW 400 Series 3 Hybrid Digital Router — Despite the buzz surrounding video over IP and the next-generation SMPTE 2110 standard, there’s still the reality of everyday SDI workflows. The new 400 Series 3 platform is the perfect choice for accommodating high-density SDI and the creation of […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Actus Digital

Actus Digital | Booth SU11021 | Website: Actus Digital will present the latest broadcast recording, monitoring and clips for OTT, based on HTML5 (Actus5).   HTML5’s main advantages:   No client installation is needed, accessible also through the cloud. Best compatibility with different browsers. Works from PC, MAC, smartphones and iPads. Innovative User Interface and […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Tedial

Tedial | Booth N1420 | Website: Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist will debut Evolution Augmented Storage, a new concept in storage virtualization systems. Expanding its platform, Tedial introduces Multiverse, a tight integration between Pebble Broadcast Systems’ Marina Automation and Tedial’s Evolution MAM. Evolution Augmented Storage (AST) — Tedial is debuting Evolution Augmented Storage (AST), a new […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Vimond

Vimond | Booth SU10105CM | Website: Vimond Media Solutions develops and markets modular, interoperable and custom OTT solutions. At NAB 2017, Vimond is demonstrating its modular, interoperable, cloud-based online video solutions and workflows, and showcasing impressive new broadcast features for Vimond IO — its ultra-fast, frame-accurate cloud video editor; improvements to the automated Rights Manager, new […]


On The NAB Exhibit Floor: interra Systems

Interra Systems | Booth SU7105 | Website: Interra Systems provides software-based content verification, monitoring, and analysis solutions for file-based and real-time workflows in the digital media industry. It will showcase its comprehensive approach to QC and monitoring. Interra Systems’ enterprise-class, end-to-end solution leads the industry in enabling the delivery of flawless video on every […]


Imagine eBook Tackles TV Engineering-IT Mashup


Webinar To Examine Cloud Use For OTT


Tech Leaders Tout CMS, Workflow Advances

Stations are looking for content management systems and workflow solutions that will help their newsroom managers wrangle and organize content created at their stations for both linear and digital, as well as user-generated content from social media. And the speed required to post stories quickly on station digital platforms, coupled with the need to always be generating video to go with them, has spurred an evolution in portable transmission equipment


Beach House Pictures Upgrades Workflow


SMPTE Tech Conference: It Was About Time

Under the umbrella of its 100th anniversary, the tech group looked back at its rich history of innovation while confronting current and future topics, trends and techniques including IP networking, 4K, SDI, developing standards and more. SMPTE photo



At 100, SMPTE To Honor Past, Look To Future

As members of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers gather in Hollywood, Calif., for the 2016 Technical Conference & Exhibition Oct. 24-28, the organization’s history will be on the minds of many keynoters, presenters and attendees as SMPTE celebrates its centennial. However, while honoring its storied past will be an important part of this year’s event, SMPTE remains focused on providing the technical insight, presentations and discussions needed to positon the industry for the future.


From The IBC Exhibit Floor: Vizrt

Vizrt | Stand 7.A20 | Website: Vizrt, a provider of journalist production tools for the digital media industry, is presenting two automation workflows that it says save media companies money and create new commercial revenue. These include a journalist-driven live production workflow created specifically for small productions such as talk shows and news briefs, […]

ChyronHego Solutions Now Support NewTek’s NDI

ChyronHego announced that its entire line of broadcast solutions now supports NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI) protocol, an open technology for live-production video workflows over Ethernet networks. NDI enables multiple video-compatible products to communicate, deliver, and receive broadcast-quality video over standard Ethernet. The protocol offers extreme encoding efficiency and the performance needed to handle large […]


From The IBC Exhibit Floor: Sony

Sony | Stand C.101 | Website: Today, Sony unveiled how it is reshaping media solutions, introducing new ideas, approaches and technology on the opening day of IBC 2016. Sony’s announcements included developments in image, IP and media workflow. The company also showcased how its “Beyond Definition” vision and technology heritage serve as the foundation […]


From The IBC Exhibit Floor: Dalet

Dalet Digital Media Systems, a provider of software-based solutions for media organizations, will be demonstrating its advanced media management and workflow solutions at the 2016 IBC Show (stand 8.B77), taking place this Sept. 9-13 at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Attendees can book a private demonstration or workflow consultation with a Dalet […]


From The IBC Exhibit Floor: Amagi

Amagi | Stand 2.B19 | Website: At IBC 2016, Amagi, a pioneer in cloud-based TV broadcast and monetization platforms, will showcase an end-to-end cloud-based workflow to launch and monetize OTT channels. Amagi will also demonstrate next-generation versions of its flagship cloud-based channel playout and regionalization platforms. Amagi’s enhanced product suite offers increased operational efficiency, […]

NewTek Releases TriCaster Upgrade

NewTek today announced an update to its TriCaster Advanced Edition, a software option available for TriCaster 8000, 860, 400 and Mini series. With more than 100 operator-centric capabilities requiring no additional hardware, TriCaster Advanced Edition now enables advanced IP workflows. Among the many new integrated features, this update of TriCaster Advanced Edition implements NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI) […]


Parks Is Avid For News Tech Standardization

Last year, Sinclair Broadcast Group decided to adopt Avid Technology’s MediaCentral Platform for news production and distribution at all of its 64 news-producing stations. Del Parks, Sinclair’s CTO, explains how standardizing on the technology will bring an end to the many workarounds and tricks needed to make disparate systems work together today; the influence of the changing content distribution landscape on TV news production and distribution; Sinclair’s desire to attract and keep talented TV journalists; and its goal of continually improving.


Sinclair Adds Avid MediaCentral IP-Based Workflow


TV Preps For Dramatic Technology Changes

From repacking TV spectrum to make way for wireless companies to the next-generation ATSC 3.0 television transmission standard; from IP-based workflows to news technologies and workflows, the television industry expended a lot of time, money and effort this year to position itself for where it must go. This is Part 3 of TVNewsCheck’s annual Year in Review for 2015. Part I, which appeared Monday, reviewed the year’s happenings in local and broadcast network news. Part 2, which ran Tuesday, recapped the year’s highlights in business, regulation, syndicated  and broadcast network programming and new media. And Part 4 on Thursday will remember the electronic media luminaries who died during 2015. Read all of the 2015 Year in Review stories here.


Better Tools Advance Story-Centric Workflow

Digital leaders at CNN, Tegna and the BBC said Tuesday at the NewsTECHForum that the shift was necessary, and pointed to their own incremental improvements toward story-centricity as evidence of its attainability.


CNN Indonesia Launches With Avid Everywhere

Vizrt Intros Multiplatform Automation Workflow

Vizrt, a provider of studio automation tools for the digital media industry, today introduced an integrated multiplatform automation workflow for broadcasters of any size. It allows the production staff to focus on the live production, while the multiplatform content is generated automatically. Stories played out from Vizrt`s studio automation system, Viz Mosart, or the control […]

Telestream Intros Vantage UI For Adobe Pro CC

Telestream, a provider of video transcoding and workflow automation solutions, has released a new Vantage user interface (UI) panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The panel is designed to offer Adobe Premiere Pro CC editors direct access to the Vantage media processing platform for speed and efficiency. Telestream said direct integration between Vantage and Adobe […]

IBC 2015

Vizrt Previews Instant VOD For Studio Productions

Vizrt, a provider of production tools for the digital media industry, has introduced a new video on demand  workflow. The company says it works seamlessly with existing studio workflows for highly automated publishing of video content online with Coder, Vizrt’s transcoding tool. The system is being demonstrated at Vizrt’s booth 7.A20 during IBC 2015. The […]

IBC 2015 Tech: ATG Danmon

ATG Danmon | Stand 8.B51 | Website: Part of the Danmon Group, ATG Danmon offers a range of services including workflow-design, project-planning, equipment installation, software-configuration, commissioning, documentation, on-site training plus ongoing support and maintenance. ATG Danmon will promote its range of broadcast systems planning, design, installation, commissioning and post-installation support capabilities at IBC 2015 […]

ChyronHego Acquires VidiGo

The Dutch company will add IT-based solutions for broadcast production to complement ChyronHego’s BlueNet graphics workflow.


At Griffin, News Workflow Starts With Sharing

Griffin Communications’ KWTV Oklahoma City and KOTV Tulsa are linked by more than just common ownership. With their Avid MediaCentral platform, reporters in in the field can do anything they normally could at their desks back at the stations. MediaCentral not only makes the job of reporters in the field easier, but also that of producers, reporters, editors at the stations. They can rely on the platform to eliminate the workflow headaches of getting access to content that resides at their sister station.


KSMQ Speeds Up Workflow With NVerzion

NVerzion, a provider of tools for digital broadcasting and television station automation, today announced that KSMQ, the PBS station in Austin, Minn. (DMA 153), has deployed a new automation system from NVerzion during the station’s transition from SD to HD. KSMQ chose NVerzion’s Component Level Automation System Solutions (CLASS). By overseeing all master control and […]

Archimedia Unveils File-Based Workflow Accelerator

Archimedia today released Iris 1.0, a suite of applications designed to fix six areas where file-based media production and distribution traditionally bog down. “People who are involved with file-based workflow recognize these areas immediately,” says Mark Gray, CEO of Archimedia. “They are places in file-based workflow that are fundamentally different than linear workflow, and where […]


Aspera Sets Webinar On Cloud, Media Workflows


KDRV Enhances News Workflow


4K, File Formats Challenge Editing Workflow

TV stations are forced to deal with the arrival of new file formats at a dizzying pace. Fortunately for TV broadcasters, a number of vendors of broadcast editing systems have been at work on this problem, and some new approaches to grappling with it will be on display at the 2015 NAB Show. This is the latest installment of a special series on emerging tech trends, NAB Hot Topics, that will appear each week leading up to the NAB Show that runs April 11-16 in Las Vegas. The schedule: March 19: The IP Transition; and March 26: Audio. Read the earlier installments here.


Masstech’s Palmer Discusses New News Workflow


Newsroom Workflow Evolution Crucial

At most electronic news operations there are too many silos of information journalists must comb through to get the media and other elements needed to do their jobs. A panel of experts from Nexstar, Sinclair, CNN and WNET explain what needs to change and why.


NewsTECHForum Examines News Workflows

The first day of the second annual NewsTECHForum conference from TVNewsCheck and Sports Video Group, Monday, Dec. 15, will feature station experts delving into how TV station newsrooms juggle online, streaming video, social media, mobile news and more.


IP, Workflow To Be Highlights At SMPTE 2014

With all of the convention buzz during the NAB Show and IBC that IP received as an alternative to SDI for transport and routing, it’s little wonder SMPTE 2014 would offer a technical deep dive into the underlying technology making IP routing and transport for broadcasters possible. “File-based workflows are another big topic, especially with the addition of IP as a factor as well as new regulations regarding closed captions,” said Sara Kudrle, one of the conference’s chairs. SMPTE image courtesy of Vizrt.