Emmis Communications

Emmis Goes With Triton, Omny Studio For On-Demand Options

In a move designed to "address the growing appetite for on-demand audio," Emmis Communications has signed on for integrated services from cloud-based audio management platform Omny Studio and Triton Digital, a technology provider for the audio industry.

Osprey Opts For New Talon Hardware Encoders

In a move to expand its Talon line of stand-alone hardware encoders, launched at last year's NAB Show with the Talon G1 three-channel streaming contribution encoder, Osprey Video has released three new Talon models.

ATSC 3.0 Transition Solutions Arrive From Artel

ATSC 3.0 Transition Over Fiber and ATSC 3.0 Transition Over IP solutions have been introduced to Artel Video System's InfinityLink broadcast media transport platform.

Boost Your Efficiency Of Cloud-Based OTT Media Processing With This

Viaccess-Orca, which specializes in the protection and enhancement of content services, and Encoding.com, a cloud-based video processing service for the media and entertainment market, have partnered to streamline the preparation of Video-on-Demand content for OTT multi-screen applications.

Thomason Joins Dielectric As SE Sales Manager

He now serves as a key liaison between Dielectric and TV/radio broadcasters across the region, providing sales and customer service support.

Beasley Uploads A Digital EVP

Prior to Greater Media's merger acquisition with Beasley Broadcast Group, this individual held the role of Director of Digital Operations. Now that he's been a part of the Beasley business family for five months, he's been promoted.

CBS News Inks A New Deal With Wazee

CBS News won't have to worry about finding a new video management partner or licensing rep for its vast archive of video footage for the next two years.

The AEI’s Take On Dispelling Internet Privacy Misconceptions

On Tuesday, the House of Representatives joined the Senate in passing a joint resolution disapproving of the Wheeler-era FCC privacy rules. The debate prompted "an unusual amount of sturm-und-drang in the blogosphere," says a Boston College Law School associate professor and AEI Visiting Scholar in this Intelligence Brief.

Federal Gov’t Should ‘Be A Partner, Not A Competitor’

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash), Chair of the House Republican Conference and fourth-ranking House Republican, has called on her Capitol Hill colleagues and the White House to cooperate with industry when planning investments in the broadband infrastructure. She made the comments at the American Cable Association Summit in D.C.

Cumulus Goes With GatesAir For RF Modernization Plan

A broad-based modernization initiative for Cumulus Media’s RF facilities network-wide has resulted in the finalization of a "significant contract" with GatesAir. The newly codified arrangement calls for close to 70 GatesAir Flexiva AM and FM radio transmitters rolling out in multiple markets in the coming months.

Advanced Disaster Recovery Platform Ready For Launch

A provider of innovative workflow and media asset management solutions will launch a new disaster recovery (DR) solution for playout environments at the upcoming 2017 NAB Show.

Introducing An Enabling Technology For ATSC 3.0 Adoption

MYAT Inc. is introducing the next generation of transmission waveguide for US Repack Channels 14 to 36. This new product comes at a critical time for many US broadcasters who will be moving to new channels while also making their transmission systems ATSC 3.0 capable.

ATSC 3.0 Benefit Is NextGen TV’s NAB Show Epicenter Topic

With completion of a next-generation broadcast TV standard now in sight, broadcasters and equipment suppliers will be highlighting the diverse capabilities of the ATSC 3.0 standard in the “NextGen TV Hub” at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas. The biggest news: A live ATSC 3.0 broadcast will originate from a local station will transmit a variety of 4K Ultra HDTV programming to NAB attendees.

Wu Wooed For NAB Show Tech Keynote

Author and professor Tim Wu will speak at the NAB Show Technology Luncheon set for Wednesday, April 26 at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Closed-Captioning Option Put In NAB Show Spotlight

The fourth generation of ENCO's enCaption closed-captioning system is getting a full rollout at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas, and the newest version is designed to distinguish between multiple speakers -- further reducing the labor needed for live captioning.

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