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Broadcast Engineering covers television, production, cable, satellite and post applications
Broadcast Engineering covers television, production, cable, satellite and post applications

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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

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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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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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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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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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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

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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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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

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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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CALM generates 15,850 FCC complaints
Read more at Broadcast Engineering. http://ow.ly/mB4A8
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