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It's with heavy hearts today that we announce Broadcast Engineering will no longer be published. Thanks for 54 great years! http://ow.ly/qbsVO
More... It is with heavy hearts today that we announce Broadcast Engineering will no longer be published, effective Thursday, October 31. While this is a difficult reality to face, many factors contributed to the closing: changes within the broadcast and production industry, the economy and the ...
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EBU wants to dump FB and Google for user authentication purposes, and instead dev a Euro cross-platform solution. http://ow.ly/om41L
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Sony and Panasonic announced this week that they have agreed on an objective to jointly develop a next-generation standard for professional-use optical discs, with the objective of expanding their archive business for long-term digital data storage. http://ow.ly/nvMPq
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Is video coax dead? Could be according to a blog post from Broadcast Engineering. See the article, "The end of SDI". Look also for the October feature on new ways to move and route high-bandwidth over IP connections. http://ow.ly/nqUaf
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Google is the most recentcompany to enter the OTT fray by trying to buy content from the congloms. Will they succeed or is this just phase one of a Google-Apple battle? http://ow.ly/n4avG
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Cord cutters are hurting pay television. The top nine cable companies lost about 264,000 video subscribers in the first quarter of 2013 alone. http://ow.ly/lxyM8 http://ow.ly/i/2eM8R
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Good - let this serve as a wake-up call to the cable companies that they need to provide better services at a lower cost, and they need to rethink how they provide their services.
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Broadcast Engineering magazine brings you hot product introductions and interviews from the IBC show floor. http://ow.ly/oZ5pO
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Is 4K wrong? Read Broadcast Engineering's new article by John Bourbonais that makes the case that 4K may be little more than a camera vendor marketing gimmick. http://ow.ly/ocFCx
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"Recently a Denver Sony presentation for industry professionals demonstrated the difference between 1080P and 4K on a 110” LCD screen.  No one attending could really tell the difference"

ben chez sony, il faut changer les demonstreurs....

"BluRay is not 4K.  Cable is not 4K.  Satellite is not 4K.  PCs are not 4K.  Mac is not 4K.  Over-the-air broadcast is not 4K"

On aurait pu dire ça pour le 1920*1080, on en saurait toujours en SD.


Bref dire qu'une bonne image 2K est meilleure qu'une image quelconque en 4K , ça c'est interessant....
et que la fcc ne devrait entreprendre un saut technologique que tout les 50 ans..

on devrait installer une éolienne devant ce gars, vu le vent déplacé on pourrait vendre du courant avec
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Screw cable sports channels and the bill the come on.
Had enough of high-cost cable? Read how others and fighting back against what many perceive is a cable ripoff. http://ow.ly/nqUFU
A GfK Media & Entertainment study, shows that more than 19 percent of American households rely on free over-the-air broadcasts as their primary source for television. This translates to more than 22 million households with almost 60 million viewers.
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In an effort to be first, TV station news staff gets crashed airliner pilot names wrong. The result was not only that they looked silly, but almost got sued because of the mistake. Being right is always better than being first. http://ow.ly/nqSIQ
What separates broadcast engineers from typical geeks is that broadcast engineers understand show business.
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CALM generates 15,850 FCC complaints
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According to the FCC’s response to an inquiry from two Democrat reps, Eshoo and Whitehouse, the FCC has received almost 16,000 loudness complaints since last December. The complaints span a six-month period.
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Broadcast Engineering covers television, production, cable, satellite and post applications
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Since 1959, Broadcast Engineering magazine has been dedicated to reporting on the news and technology important to professionals in the broadcasting, production, cable and telecom industries.