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Networks Adapting to Audio Only White House Press Briefings
Recently, the White House has barred cameras and live audio to be used during some press events, including some White House Press Briefings.
Online Live and Near-Live Captioning Deadline is July 1
The demand for captioning on video clips, TV programs, and live broadcasts in the United States has never been higher
FCC Proposes Blue Alert to National Emergency Alert System
The FCC wants to protect the men and women who serve in law enforcement and have therefore proposed the addition of a “Blue Alert” option to the nation’s Emergency Alert System.
NAB Releases Video Highlighting Tower Challenges for Repack
The National Association of Broadcasters hasn’t been shy about sharing its thoughts on the impact certain elements of the upcoming spectrum repack could have on stations and viewers and it is continuing do so, this time in a visual medium.
Polk County Adds Broadcast Pix Switchers for Board Meetings
Central Florida’s Polk County Government TV provided a hand to its coverage of government meetings and studio productions with the installation of two Mica 1000 integrated production switchers from Broadcast Pix.
University of Iowa Fills Arena With DiGiCo S21 Audio
For more than 30 years the University of Iowa relied on the same audio system at its Carver-Hawkeye Arena for all its basketball, wrestling and volleyball matches.
D3 at InfoComm: Getting Content to the LED Screens
In a world– and an InfoComm show– with an explosion of direct view LED displays, InfoComm 2017 is probably a good place to ask “great displays– but how do you feed content to all those pixels?”