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Set-tops gaining strength from connected TV | Broadcast Engineering Blog 1 TWEETS

Far from being threatened by the Internet, set-top boxes are growing fat on it, with margins being sustained or even increased.

EU waters down connected TV proposals | Regulation content from Broadcast Engineering 1 TWEETS

The EU appears to be drawing back from imposing rigorous data privacy and competition regulations on the nascent hybrid-TV market as it approaches the point of legislation.

Sanken Microphones Launches Chromatic Series for Studio Recording | Broadcast Engineering [primary-term] press release archives 1 TWEETS

Sanken Microphones, Japan's first and most original microphone manufacturer, has announced the Chromatic Series designed for studio recording.  Coinciding with the launch of the new Chromatic Series is the new CU-55 cardioid microphone, METAlliance(r) Cer

VDS’ Streamliner | Automation content from Broadcast Engineering 1 TWEETS

VDS developed an enhanced version of its Promotor system for automating broadcast graphics. This new system, called Streamliner, uses an internal rules engine and robust interface-to-station automation to send standard or custom SCTE104 messages to a VANC

Living room TV is now the "second" screen | Broadcast Engineering Blog 1 TWEETS

For years we in the press have been describing anything that is viewed away from the living room television as “the second screen.” First it was the computer, then the handheld media player and later the cell phone.

European Commission Selects Civolution In Multi-Year Agreement | Broadcast Engineering [primary-term] press release archives 1 TWEETS

  Civolution, the leading provider of technology and solutions for identifying, managing and monetizing media content, today announces that, following an inter-institutional tender process, the European Commission has contracted with Civolution for its g

European broadcasters renew fight over spectrum | Transmitters content from Broadcast Engineering 1 TWEETS

The long-running struggle over allocation of spectrum between European broadcasters and mobile operators has reached a new intensity.

Neumann Microphones Help RUNA Make Celtic Roots Music Come Alive | Broadcast Engineering [primary-term] press release archives 1 TWEETS

  Old Lyme, Conn. – May 8, 2013 –RUNA is a Celtic roots band that fuses music from Ireland, Scotland, Canada and the U.S., creating refreshing contemporary arrangements of traditional, Celtic-based material.

Monacchi uses DPA Microphones to catch “Fragments of Extinction” | BE@NAB 3 TWEETS

Researcher and eco-acoustic composer David Monacchi has been using DPA Microphones’ 4060 miniature microphones to capture the sounds of the rainforest as part of his long-term environmental sound-art project entitled “Fragments of Extinction.” David Mona

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