Ferris State University Trains Students on Broadcast Pix Gear
Ferris State University students are getting hands-on experience of what it’s like to produce sports and other broadcasts with professional equipment via installation of gear from Broadcast Pix.
Quantum Releases Infographic on Changing Surveillance Landscape
Video’s role in the surveillance industry continues to have shift and Quantum has released a new infographic that highlights some of the key trends, projections and facts about it.
Wazee Digital Becomes AWS Public Sector Partner
Wazee Digital has announced that it is joining the Amazon Web Services Public Sector Partner program.
WGBH Gets Big Grant for American Archive of Public Broadcasting
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting is the recipient of a grant from the Andrew W
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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.