MMTC Launches Initiative to Film Civil Rights Violations
The Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council is calling on citizens to turn their eye on civil rights violators in a new initiative called the Santana Initiative.
Virtual Reality Gets Real for State and Local Agencies
State and local agencies are looking to make virtual reality a reality for them.
Video Researchers Put Words In Obama's Mouth
Researchers at the University of Washington have created video of President Obama saying something he did not say.
Motorola, Neurala Working on AI Cameras for Public Safety
Police officers could soon have artificial intelligent cameras as a result of a new collaboration between Motorola Solutions and AI company Neurala.
Native Broadcast Workshop Has 21 Students From Four Tribes
Twenty-one Native American high school students from 10 high schools and four tribes received training in mass media while attending the sixth annual Andy Harvey Native American Broadcast workshop June 18–24 in Flagstaff.
House Subcommittee Recommends Full CPB Funding
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting has gotten the thumbs up from the House Labor Subcommittee to receive level funding—$445 million—for fiscal year 2020.
NewBay Media Launches Inaugural Industry Innovator Awards
Government Video, TV Technology, Digital Video, VideoEdge, Radio World and Radio Magazine are seeking nominations for their inaugural class of Industry Innovators—professionals who raise the bar in their industries via vision, leadership, technical
FHS Live Builds on Its Successes
Imagine the broadcast of a basketball game involving a director; three to six cameras; one, sometimes two reporters on the floor; a sound technician and two broadcasters for the play-by-play
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