The AV-over-IP movement started about 10 years ago when Google acquired YouTube, and ever since, the world has become obsessed with information.
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An overview video of the happenings on the GV Expo exhibit floor
Things to consider when designing your own control room
A commentary by NetApp’s Jason Danielson.
We're offering a one-day workshop during Government Video Expo that details how modern digital cinema cameras work.
A commentary by Todd Schlekeway, executive director of NATE
Part I of our interview with Carol Studenmund.
Drones Super Session scheduled, plus Aerial Robotics and Drone Pavilion will be on show floor
Production department found ease of use and affordability with gear from Blackmagic, Sony
Part Two of Interview With Filmmakers Vance Kotrla And Michael Gonzales
Part one of an interview with filmmakers Vance Kotrla and Michael Gonzales
Flip side of technological advances has also created challenges for the nation’s PEG channels
Panasonic has gone back to its DVX roots with the release of the AG-DVX200, a handheld camcorder that shoots 4K/60p
Solutions should take data storage, ingest time and access capabilities into account
Canada’s Cable Public Affairs Channel pursued disk-based solutions to address its archiving needs
Boston Children’s Hospital produces multicamera cooking program via Broadcast Pix integrated switcher
While choosing the right media wall can be complex, a few simple tips will ensure a successful video wall system setup or upgrade
Rather than bringing in additional staff, why not change the technology that existing controllers use?
Options include network-attached storage, portability and removable drive trays.
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