Yamaha Launches CS-700 System for Huddle Rooms
Yamaha has designed a new system that is designed as an all-in-one collaboration system to support huddle and meeting rooms, the CS-700.
Tightrope Boosts Douglas Cable Access’ Playout System
Massachusetts’ Douglas Cable Access channel recently updated its playout system, choosing to go with the Cablecast Broadcast Automation software and Cablecast Flex 4 video server from Tightrope Media Systems.
Cops Weigh In: Video Technology’s Impact on Policing
Video is changing the way police departments are conducting themselves, whether it be with new technology like body cameras and drones, to everyday citizens ability to film directly from their phones.
Smith County Training Deputies to Use Drones for Investigations
The Smith County Sheriff’s Office has two new recruits according to a report from KLTV, a pair of drones.
BTX Technologies Extends Reach to California State University
The California State University Psychology Department recently installed a camera system for its laboratory and observation rooms that included BTX Technologies’ Reach line of products.
Triveni Digital to Talk ATSC 3.0 at PBS Tech Con
The 2017 PBS Tech Conference will get a glimpse into the next generation of television standards, ATSC 3.0, via a speaking session from Triveni Digital’s Vice President of sales and marketing, Ralph Bachofen.
Maryland Senate Approves Extra Funding for Public TV if Trump Cuts Aid
Following the release of President Trump’s budget proposal last week, the Maryland Senate approved a bill last Thursday 47-0 that would support Maryland Public Television in the event Congress moves forward on the proposal to cut funding to the
Low-Cost Video Tools for Opening Government
The Open Media Foundation is rolling out its Open Media Project for Government Self-Service Toolkit, which allows state and local governments live-stream public meetings.