Video is quickly becoming a required teaching tool in higher education, as a recent survey shows that it is being used for a number of different needs by a range of institutions.
P.S. 201: The Discovery School in Flushing, N.Y., has cut the ribbon on a new STEAM SmartLab and broadcast studio.
James Snyder, an Emmy Award-winning digital media engineering, data and media archiving, preservation, production and project management specialist, will present a keynote at Government Video Expo, Nov. 29–30, 2017 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Capitol TV is an arm of the Rhode Island Legislature charged with broadcasting House, Senate, committee meetings, and special events.
Government Video Expo returns to Washington, D.C., this November, and we are inviting potential speakers to submit presentation proposals.
Verizon has plans to build its own core public safety communications network similar to the FirstNet network being managed by AT&T.
The San Diego Fire-Rescue department has some new tools to combat fires with the addition of infrared and video gear that has been used in the past by the military.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. announced the winners of its 2017 Broadcast Diversity Scholarship, which was established in 2016 to provide students from diverse backgrounds with the funds they needed to earn degrees in broadcast-related fields.
Libraries aren’t just for books anymore. Public libraries in Washington D.C. are now offering card carrying members access to multiple streaming services that offer classic films, educational and instructional videos, and television shows.