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The Telos Alliance Promotes AES67 & AoIP Solutions at CABSAT 2017 reports that  The Telos Alliance innovator in broadcast radio and TV technology and parent company to Telos, Omnia, Axia, 25-Seven, Linear Acoustic and Minnetonka- announced today that it will be participating in CABSAT 2017, March 21-23, at the Dubai World Trade Center in dealer AVC Group’s Stand G2-20. The Telos Alliance will partner with AVC […]  More

Vimeo steps up to 360 degree video standard reports that online video streaming platform Vimeo has added 360° to its list of features, with tutorials for creators, support for 8K files, offline viewing, and bespoke apps for specific mobile headsets. “We’re insanely thrilled to announce that Vimeo 360 is here,” Vimeo wrote in a March 8, 2017 blog post. “Now you can […]  More

NAB Show To Tackle Next-Gen TV Audio reports that, like TV broadcasters themselves, audio for television at the 2017 NAB Show will find itself with one foot planted in a present where the issues of audio-over-IP and the allocation of spectrum for wireless-mic use impact daily operations, and the other finding terra firma for what’s to come as ATSC 3.0 nears […]  More

Dolby Mulls Broadcast-Training Plans for Atmos/AC-4

By Dan Daley, Audio Editor, Sports Video Group With the proliferation of the Atmos object-based audio system across cinema and other markets, Dolby has been discussing establishing training protocols for the format. Although there are no formal plans yet, Jeffrey Riedmiller, VP, Sound Group in the CTO Office, says a curriculum has been taking shape […]  More

AES Technical Committee Group Formed to Explore Audio for New Realities

New York, NY, March 2, 2017 — The Audio Engineering Society’s Technical Council (AESTC) has formed a new group to advance the science and application of Audio for New Realities. The group will serve the needs of the audio community working in Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality environments. “New realities” covers a whole gamut of […]  More

Here’s how TV repeats can help patients with dementia reports that for almost a year, the BBC has successfully run a service with the core aim to help people suffering from dementia – and it’s now launching enhancements to the service. BBC RemArc – the BBC Reminiscence Archive – is expertly designed to trigger long term memories in people with the degenerative condition […]  More

What the H? Did Pittsburg Give Us Our First Letter? By Mark Schubin

In 1957, a plaque commemorating “Hollywood’s Golden Jubilee” was dedicated by the mayor of Los Angeles, but everything about it was wrong.  Was Hollywood actually born in Pennsylvania?  Sixty years after the ceremony Mark Schubin tries to uncover the truth. And, no, Pittsburg, the one in Pennsylvania, is not spelled incorrectly above or here.  Find […]  More

DTV Audio Group at NAB 2017

Advanced Television Audio Forum Sunday, April 23 at the Alexis Park Hotel in Las Vegas The DTV Audio Group, in association with the Sports Video Group, invites you to attend the 2017 [email protected] Advanced Television Audio Forum. The forum will be held from 12pm to 6 pm on Sunday, April 23, 2015, and will take […]  More

BIA/Kelsey: ATSC 3.0 Will Pay for Itself in Three Years reports that BIA/Kelsey is bullish on ATSC 3.0. The TV business researchers today said that after an “in-depth review of the commercial television broadcasting business,” they concluded that “investment large and medium market stations are considering making in the ATSC 3.0 standard would be recouped within three years. “ “ATSC 3.0 will change the […]  More

Olympics: 'Ghost skier' leads Winter Games data revolution Read more at reports that a ghost skier hurtling down the slope, an athlete’s glucose levels flashing across the screen along with his heart rate – it is all part of an Olympic data revolution awaiting television viewers. With the one-year countdown to the Pyeongchang Winter Games starting Thursday, European broadcaster Eurosport along with counterparts in North […]  More