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Females In The Broadcasting Industry
Samantha Arlow Everyone has heard of the FBI right? The US Federal Bureau of Investigation that inspires images of hard talking detectives in dark suits and sunglasses. But if you work in Broadcast, there's another FBI you should know about. This FBI, as the name spells out, is an organisation specifically geared towards Females in the Broadcast Industry; although it too can appreciate a sharp suit and sunglasses combo!
Tags: iss112 | FBI | Broadcasting | Samantha Arlow
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TVFutures: Student pitch
Jonathan Quinn Its that time of the year again to welcome the next selection of students who will are willing to share their experiences and adventures to our readership. However, as KitPlus continues to evolve, so does our approach to features and articles, and we tackle TVFutures with a slightly different slant this time around.
Tags: iss105 | #TVFUTURES | student | university of portsmouth | broadcasting | equipment | studio | camera | Jonathan Quinn
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How HEVC technology is revolutionizing field-based broadcasting
Eli Garten High-Efficiency Video Encoding (HEVC), also known as H.265, is the subsequent generation of H.264 and tapped to be the next widely adopted standard for video compression. As with any MPEG evolution, the new standards goal is to make compression more efficient and allow for reducing OPEX and CAPEX in various video delivery applications. With the introduction of the last major compression innovation, H.264, video applications experienced roughly half the data rates of the predecessor MPEG-2. With HEVC, the industry is predicting a similar ambitious result: achieving half the data rates of H.264. In only its first generation of development, HEVC is already providing data efficiencies of up to 40-percent while retaining the same image quality. As the codec continues to evolve and the broadcast market approaches more widespread adoption of 4K resolutions, there will be a strong push to achieve the 50-percent efficiency mark.
Tags: iss103 | hevc | h.265 | broadcasting | offsite | broadcasting | technology | field based | Eli Garten
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The IP Solution - intercom systems without extensive new cabling
Manuel Brico When a broadcasting or TV station wants to install a new intercom system in its broadcast centre or headquarters - or wishes to replace its entire intercom system - it is faced with two big investments. One concerns the capital investment in terms of hardware and software. This will include investment in equipment such as the intercom matrix, keypanels and accessories. The second concerns the installation and the commissioning itself, as a new system requires new cabling due to different standards and system topology.
Tags: iss101 | ip | intercom systems | cabling | broadcasting | tv station | Manuel Brico
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What a difference a decade makes
Dick Hobbs. If you have got to the back of this magazine, you cannot fail to have noticed that it is issue number 100. I asked Simon Tillyer and Matt Robbins, the dynamic duo behind the publication, how it all started.
Tags: iss100 | decade | look back | NAB | 2005 | modulus video | xdcam | broadcasting | leitch | dick hobbs | Dick Hobbs.
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Simon Bull Sport's television is a multi-billion dollar industry that draws millions upon millions of viewers to a gigantic range of sports programming. Many of the most watched television events have been sports broadcasts, the Olympics, the World Cup, and the Super Bowl to name a few.
Tags: iss099 | tablet | studio | CCI TV | televesion | broadcasting | University Portsmouth | Simon Bull
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Raechelle Jackson The penultimate term studying Television and Broadcasting is a time to reflect upon my journey as a CCI TV manager thus far and look to the future. And as graduation starts to inch ever closer, I am now pondering the opportunities that lie ahead of me. When I think back to what I knew as I walked through the doors of the University, I can feel quite proud of how far I've come. I am much more aware of my strengths and what it takes to produce good broadcast quality television. I can't get too ahead of myself just yet however, as I still have plenty to do in my final year before I say goodbye to my student life and begin my journey exploring graduate jobs and taking that scary, exciting step into the world of employment.
Tags: iss098 | tablet | studio | CCI TV | televesion | broadcasting | University Portsmouth | Raechelle Jackson
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High Resolution graphics for 4k and beyond
Jesper Gawell It seems like 4K is everywhere these days - it's the dominant topic at broadcasting trade shows. Is there substance behind the hype? Will it transform television the way HD broadcasting did?
Tags: iss096 | chyron hego | 4k | high resolution | graphics | broadcasting | Jesper Gawell
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Dylan Ellcome Dylan Ellcome gives you his student experience this month
Tags: iss096 | dylan ellcome | cci tv | portsmouth university | student | creative and cultural industries | televesion broadcasting | Dylan Ellcome
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Mildred: The next generation of OB vans
Kate Phibbs As live streaming occupies an ever-increasing piece of the broadcast industry pie, todays leaders of the online broadcasting industry are paving the way by investing in original and status quo challenging research and development.
Tags: iss087 | Kate Phibbs | 3xScreen | Vans | OB van | Mildred | Live Streaming | Affordable | Outside Broadcasting | Kate Phibbs
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Broadcasting predictions for 2014
David Hochner The top industry trends that we see for the forthcoming 12 months.
Tags: iss085 | broadcasting | article | predictions | 2014 | year | nab | bve | technology | David Hochner
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Why broadcasters need to be aware of the advent of HEVC
Kanaan Jemili High-Efficiency Video Coding, or H.265, has been the talk of the industry since gaining international standards approval earlier this year.
Tags: iss082 | HEVC | High-Efficiency Video Coding | H.265 | international standards approval | broadcasting | Kanaan Jemili
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Education: Live TV approaches to learning without a safety net
Jennie Rawling Live broadcasting is the core business of the University of Portsmouth course, BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting, and they are now entering into their fifth successive year of weekly television output.
Tags: iss081 | university of portsmouth | television and broadcasting | course | television output | learning | education | live | training | Jennie Rawling
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The greening of broadcast facilities
Chris Excelby In todays world of tightening broadcast facility budgets, planners need to keep a keen eye on the bottom line to ensure operational efficiency. An integral part of this process is getting a green handle on power management, an increasing necessity around the globe.
Tags: iss078 | power management | eco | green | tsl | budget | broadcasting | outlets | PUE goals | power consumption | cuts | regulations | Chris Excelby
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Modular Studio Design for the BBC New Broadcasting House Project
N/A In an uncertain World with constantly changing demands and technical formats it is very difficult to plan and build a large facility that will be absolutely fit for purpose when it is finished. This was especially true of the BBC when it considered the needs of New Broadcasting House.
Tags: iss061 | acoustic | munro acoustics | bbc new broadcasting house | N/A
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Do you think 3D Broadcasting in its current format is likely to gain much market share?
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There are two issues that affect the potential growth of 3D in broadcasting: they are the widespread availability of 3D enabled devices, and the cost of producing and broadcasting 3D content. All HD TV sets from major manufacturers over 40 inches that are sold today include 3D capability, so the end-user market of 3D capable viewers is growing by default. 3D is not even a remarkable selling point any more for the latest TVs: if you take the Samsung Smart TV as an example, this is marketed as a connected TV - the 3D capability is advertised with just a small label on the box. So there is a growing potential market of viewers for 3D content providers.
Tags: iss060 | 3d | 3d broadcasting | 3d tile format | sisvel technology | N/A
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