Video and visual storytelling will be crucial in 2018—for government communicators, education, law enforcement, non-profits, and beyond.
Last week, it was reported that Connecticut Public Affairs Network’s Connecticut Network (CT-N) was going dark as a result of its decreased budget, but new efforts are being made to get the channel back up, at least temporarily.
NewBay's Government Video Expo and Conference--the Mid-Atlantic region’s premier event for video, broadcast, and AV professionals--will be held Nov. 28–30 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Receiving a budget cut from $3.2 million to $1.6 million annually will make it “simply unworkable” for Connecticut Network (CT-N) to continue to operate, according to Paul Giguere, founder, president and CEO of Connecticut Public Affairs Network, which operates CT-N.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress and WGBH Boston, the public broadcasts of the 1973 Watergate hearings that ultimately led to the impeachment of President Richard Nixon are now available for viewing online.
Magewell is making a stop at this year’s Government Video Expo and it is bringing its new dual-channel 4K models of its Pro Capture line of PCI Express capture hardware to the show.
NewBay has announced the recipients of its inaugural Industry Innovator Awards, recognizing innovation and excellence in the broadcast and media technology industry.
The sale of San Mateo County Community College District’s KCSM-TV station is hitting a legal snag. LocusPoint Networks has filed a lawsuit that seeks to block the sale of KCSM-TV to a Sonoma County broadcaster.
For the first time in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, a live stream of oral arguments will available online, per Fix the Court.
D.C. police officers began wearing body cameras in 2014 as part of a study to determine if the use of body cameras would have an effect on behavior of both officers and citizens.