DINFOS instructor encourages producers to get creative with ideas and tools
Cable access TV station mixes with Yamaha TF-RACK to handle live audio.
The Cablecast Community Media platform and Carousel-powered bulletin board systems delivers continuous updates to Cape Cod residents
Mobile production company TNDV: Television donated multiple HD quadcopters and virtual reality hardware to MTSU
New Fiber transport system at Chapman U. supports live broadcasts for local TV, radio and online streaming
Osprey Video Talon encoders and decoders used for remote productions
California town bringing city council meetings to residents in HD
Three KY-PZ100 cameras added to boost government meeting coverage
Purchases three Z-HD6000 cameras for studio
Cablecast gear helping with streaming, scheduling, automation and playout
The citizens of Newton, Mass., can now watch their city council meetings in HD as the Newton Media Center (NewTV) now has three HD channels and a Mica 500 integrated production switcher to manage the HD productions for them.
Proposed bill in Massachusetts legislature requests PEG access to HD tier, EPG.
As the TV landscape changes rapidly with things like Netflix, DirecTV and streaming on mobile devices, it seems that local cable access channels are lagging behind.
The demand for captioning on video clips, TV programs, and live broadcasts in the United States has never been higher
WCTV and WCPS, public, educational and government (PEG) channels in Chesapeake, Va., are going live with their closed captioning capabilities with the help of Enco’s enCaption3R3 system.
Metro Nashville Network utilized BPNet Rapid CG software with a new Mica production switcher
Mica 1000 and Roadie systems in use by FayTV
Stations to cover live stories from the field
DNR Laboratories installed a variety of server types to deliver HD video for both web and cable channels
Your station may be obligated to provide captions under the American’s with Disabilities Act
Part I of our interview with Carol Studenmund.
New workflow replaces Peoria TV’s aging system
Flip side of technological advances has also created challenges for the nation’s PEG channels
In this age of information, local PEG television can still rise above the noise