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FREE Webinar Present by TV Technology
Posted on 02-02-17 by Suzan
Staying ahead of the curve in broadcast media technologies is a challenge. Join TV Technology`s Editor-in-Chief Tom Butts along with Grass Valley`s Sara Kudrle and Dell EMC`s Tom Burns, as they provide a shortcut to the best practices for evolving from media appliance broadcast workflows to IP based software defined workflows leveraging a foundation of enterprise grade IT hardware. Find out the unique combination of IP solutions to smooth the transition to IP, including:
- Evolving workflow and application modernization
- Stepwise approach to move into IP and cloud ready applications
- Underlying technologies needed to future proof workflows
- Skills the Broadcast Engineer of tomorrow will need
Book Review: `Television Operations`
Posted on 09-16-16 by Suzan
"Television Operations: A Handbook of Technical Operations for TV Broadcast, On Air, Mobile and Internet" is another in the growing list of specialty publications produced under the auspices of the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
Broadcasters and the payoffs of IP TV
Posted on 06-10-16 by Suzan
While the current MPEG transport stream has worked well, it’s time for a change that will let over-the-air TV broadcasting break free from its own self-imposed silo and transition into something “that could be thought of as an extension of the internet,” according to Triveni Digital’s Rich Chernock. He details the ways such a change could benefit both broadcasters and viewers.
By Phil Kurz
TVNewsCheck, June 9, 2016 10:32 AM EDT
The MPEG transport stream has served the broadcast television industry well for about two decades, providing the container format for transmission of video, audio and other data that makes DTV possible.
But all good things must come to an end, and it appears MPEG TS’s days in broadcasting are numbered.
“To be honest, there is nothing wrong with transport stream. It worked beautifully,” says Rich Chernock, chief science officer of Triveni Digital and chair of the Advanced Television Systems Committee technical group with overall responsibility for ATSC 3.0. “I think it was a brilliant design.”
However, the next-generation TV standard nearing completion by the ATSC and under consideration at the FCC ditches MPEG TS in favor of IP transport.
But why? Why replace a well-proven technology that delivers TV today to millions of over-the-air viewers with IP transport, and in the process ask viewers to make changes to their receivers and require broadcasters to make millions of dollars in new capital expenditures?
In other words, what’s the payoff for viewers and broadcasters alike?