InfinityLink IP, FiberLink 4K/UHD Solutions Earn A Spotlight

Artel Video Systems is going global with its showcase of its InfinityLink IP- and fiber-based solutions and FiberLink 4K/UHD products. The two products will be showcased at the 2017 NAB Show Shanghai, SMPTE17 Australia Expo and Conference, Mediatech Africa 2017, and BIRTV 2017. The worldwide focus on its InfinityLink and FiberLink products is in direct response to the transition to the next-generation TV broadcast standard.

Omnia.9sg Gets A Software Update

The Telos Alliance, the broadcast radio and TV technology firm that's the parent company of Telos, Omnia, Axia, 25-Seven, Linear Acoustic and Minnetonka products, has released what it calls a "major" software update for the Omnia.9sg stereo generator and final stage processor.

Sound Of Hope Strikes Out Again In Chi-Town Fight

There's a little less hope for Chicago-based Sound of Hope Radio of getting a low-power FM signal of its own in the Windy City. That's because the FCC on Monday (6/12) dismissed a Reconsideration Petition from Sound of Hope that contends the Commission goofed in an Order that put to rest the hopeful operator's Application for Review of the Media Bureau's authorization of another Chicago LPFM.

Inovonics Brings NAB 2017 Sneak Peeks To Market

If you stopped by the Inovonics booth at the 2017 NAB Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center and took an interest in some of the company's new products, you're in luck. All are available now, or will be shipping as of June 19.

‘The Light’ Goes With Rohde & Schwarz For Transmitter Upgrade

A Contemporary Christian AC noncomm serving the Asheville, N.C., market has upgraded its transmitter and, at the same time, cut its energy costs by going with Germany's Rohde & Schwarz.

ATSC Tech & Standards Chair Heads To IEEE Italia

Dr. Richard Chernock, the Chief Science Officer at Triveni Digital and chair of ATSC's Technology and Standards Group (TG3), is in Italy and ready to deliver a keynote address Wednesday at the IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting.

Stewart Selected As Steward Of multiCAM’s U.S. Office

An individual who has spent three years at ENCO Systems as a broadcast automation specialist has been selected to lead the U.S. office for a global supplier of integrated video production systems serving the broadcast market.

Quincy Media Goes With GatesAir For Repack Plan

The owner of 18 broadcast TV stations in such small markets as Binghamton, N.Y., and Waterloo, Iowa, has turned to GatesAir for transmitters — and related installation and commissioning services — for spectrum repack needs across its group.

Should The Radio Industry’s C-Suite Praise The HomePod?

If you thought the smart home gadgetry such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home speak-and-do devices were just a fad, think again. Apple just crashed the party with today's introduction of the HomePod. Should radio industry C-Suite executives be rejoicing over the news? News organzations far and wide are spreading the news like wildfire across the internet. CNet perhaps says it best, with its headline sharing the fact that the new HomePod smart speaker brings Siri home. It also makes Siri, like Alexa, a potentially vital friend for radio stations across the U.S.

Upgrades Come To Installed Sound Support iPhone App

The Installed Sound Support iPhone app from Audio-Technica, initially released in 2014, is getting an update from the transducer technology firm. RTA & SPL metering, Playback & Record of short audio test clips, and a needed gain calculator will continue to be key features of the app, developed and updated by Studio Six Digital.

One-Net, DASDEC Platforms For EAS Messaging Compliance Get Upgrades

Monroe Electronics and its Digital Alert Systems subsidiary have completed a software upgrade to their One-Net and DASDEC platforms for advanced Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) and Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) messaging compliance.

A Summer Webinar Series Set For Nautel

A series of webinars from Nautel set to start in two weeks will put the focus on such topics as how to increase a radio station's HD coverage to lowering digital transmission costs.

FM Chips In Smartphones Get Another Big Endorsement

The push to activate FM chips in smartphones, which Emmis Communications and its NextRadio arm have taken the lead on in the U.S., has gotten a continental boost thanks to the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA).

A New Pro Card Reader Arrives From Sonnet

The first in a new family of professional media readers that feature a 40Gbps Thunderbolt 3 interface has hit the marketplace. This reader, from Sonnet, employs dual card slots.

Need Speed For Moving Video Content Around The Newsroom?

Does your TV station need something that can speed and simplify how your newsrooms manage and move content between production, archive and distribution processes? A recently forged partnership between Masstech and Snell Advanced Media (SAM) may be of interest.

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