Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Ken Kerschbaumer has been editorial director of the Sports Video Group since 2005 and has been writing about how sports networks and leagues use video and audio technology to deliver a quality TV experience since 1991. He began his career in 1991 at Television Broadcast magazine before joining Cahners where he was editor of Digital Broadcasting magazine. In 2000 he joined Broadcasting & Cable magazine as Senior Editor of Technology. Seven years later he helped co-found the Sports Video Group with Paul Gallo and Marty Porter.

Recent Posts by Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Omneon, XenData Team Up for Archive System

Omneon and XenData have teamed up to create a managed archive solution uniquely designed to address the media production and distribution workflow which the companies say improves efficiency, reduces complexity and lowers media storage costs. Omneon MediaGrid is integrated with digital video archives running XenData’s X64 Edition Archive Series software. The combined solution creates an […]  More

Okaro Leaves ESPN To Join Bloomberg Multimedia

Bloomberg L.P. has named Oke Okaro global head of mobile for the Bloomberg Multimedia Group. Okaro will oversee all aspects of Bloomberg’s consumer-facing mobile business including the development of new mobile products and building commercial partnerships with content distributors, wireless carriers and other industry participants. Okaro will report to Bloomberg Multimedia CEO Andy Lack. “We’re […]  More

Thales Angenieux Extends HD Lens Lineup

Thales Angenieux has extended its line of HD Video Lenses with the introduction of a 14 x 4.5 HD Video Wide Angle Lens. The new 14 x 4.5 lens perfectly complements Angenieux’s high performance 19X ENG and 26X Telephoto HD Video Lenses as all three HD Video lenses in the line offer the longest zoom […]  More

Sony’s New Media Backbone Family Coordinates Production Workflow

Sony’s big NAB booth will feature an idea to match. Sony will introduce the Media Backbone family, a range of software and hardware products that take advantage of service-oriented architecture (SOA) to link various devices and systems used throughout a production workflow. “Where, traditionally, Sony has focused on providing standalone devices to this market, we […]  More

Ross Video Releases Sync Pulse Generator

At NAB, Ross Video will release the SPG-8260, a sync pulse generator that provides four pairs of outputs with each pair independently programmed to be either tri-level sync or a composite color black signal with independent timing on each pair of outputs. The sync pulse generator is capable of free running, for applications where master […]  More

Chyron Takes Hard Look at Virtual Sets With NeuroTV Partnership

Chyron’s NAB booth will feature the fruits of a new partnership with NeuroTV related to virtual set technology that could be the big news for Chyron customers and industry professionals looking to cut costs related to set design and construction. NeuroTV’s virtual set technology is an emerging solution that generates real time 3D sets, animations, […]  More

SSL DV Gravity Media Asset Management System Offers NLE Enhancements

SSL DV, a Solid State Logic Company and the makers of Gravity Media Asset Management systems, will feature the enhanced Gravity LiveEdit real time nonlinear editing system at NAB. LiveEdit delivers the power to modify a program’s content, while keeping within pre-existing time schedules for live and near live broadcasting applications. “The Gravity LiveEdit is […]  More

Fairlight Launches EVO Audio Production System

Fairlight is launching EVO, a fully self-contained audio production system for video, film and music, at NAB, offering a high-end console with what the company calls cutting-edge affordability (pricing starts at $68,000). “EVO is a major development for Fairlight, one that continues the path started by FAME, Prodigy and Constellation,” says Tino Fibaek, Fairlight’s General […]  More