Recent Posts tagged with Skype

InfoComm 2015: NewTek Booth Headlined by TriCaster 8000, TriCaster Mini, and TalkShow

For system integrators and enterprise AV professionals looking to add video solutions and increase their new business opportunities, NewTek is showcasing its latest video technologies at InfoComm 2015. Solutions for mixing and streaming corporate video and live content such as NewTek TriCaster 8000 and TriCaster Mini, as well as Skype video calling system NewTek TalkShow, […]  More

Skype Redefines ‘Postgame Show’ With X Games Extra Out of Airstream Studio

For the second consecutive year in Austin, TX, Skype (a Microsoft-owned company) deployed a full studio housed in an Airstream trailer to produce X Games Extra Presented by Skype. The nightly digital show, streamed on XGames.com immediately following the ESPN primetime broadcast, offered an interactive format allowing fans to engage directly with medal winners, talent, […]  More

An Eclectic View of IBC 2014

On exhibit floors that had products ranging from 8K cameras to automatic captioning, why were many visitors excited about Skype? At a conference where the title of one presentation began “Minimising nonlinear Raman crosstalk,” why did one press report comment on cinema-auditorium lighting and the gross receipts of one episode of one TV show? Between […]  More

CES Report: Panasonic, NBC Olympics Team Up for 3D Games; Social TV Is Front and Center

NBC Universal will broadcast more than 200 hours of Olympics coverage in 3D, including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, according to a new deal between Panasonic and NBC Olympics. Speaking at Panasonic’s CES press event, NBC Olympics President Gary Zenkel said, “It’s great to be here and be part of this announcement. I have been […]  More

CES in Review: Beyond 3D

The Consumer Electronics Show is fading in the memory banks, but the announcements are just beginning to sink in. And surprisingly, while 3D may have been the hot topic at the show, other announcements and trends could have just as much, if not bigger, impact on sports content distribution and new revenue streams. Even better? […]  More

CES 2010: LG Unveils 6.9mm Thin HDTV

At the day’s opening press conference at CES, LG offered those in attendance a look at it’s new shockingly thin 6.9 mm LED-backlit HDTV. The ultra-thin set could be available to the public as soon as the end of 2010, according to Engadget.  More

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