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The 4K Conundrum
Eric Achtmann 2015 has confirmed once more that 4K remains the TV industrys Holy Grail. While 4K TV screens are becoming more affordable and Netflix, Amazon Prime and even YouTube are beginning to offer some 4K content, mass adoption is still sluggish as the increases in bandwidth required for distribution make 4K business models difficult to stack-up.
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How to Deliver Live and VOD UHD Content With Minimum Bandwidth
Thierry Fautier Consumers are lighting the path toward worldwide acceptance of Ultra HD (UHD). Recent research from Eutelsat Communications revealed that consumers are willing to pay up to 10 a month to benefit from the increased sharpness, immersion and vivid color that UHD content offers. Theyre also willing to invest in new UHD TV sets priced between 1,000 and 3,000 for screens within the 50-inch range.
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Diversification in Broadcast - Medical Punditry
Kash Achrarya What do sports pundits and surgeons have in common with regards to broadcast technology?Both have a need to inform their audience, in the case of sports punditry, interactive graphics and annotations help the presenter to engage the viewer by showing visually how certain plays and moves were made. So you may be asking how does this relate to surgeons?
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The future of TV will be more lifelike and immersive - but will it be 4K
Mark Horton Ultra high definition television (UHDTV) offers more resolution (4K), high dynamic range (HDR), high frame rate (HFR) and wide color gamut (WCG) as tools to radically enhance the consumer viewing experience but they also pose some of the biggest questions about what the future of TV will look like.
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Soho shaking all over Manchester
Alan Bradbury It was a busy time for my colleagues and I here at Soho Editors last month, but quite a telling one too. The relentless thrust northward of post-production, film, TV and broadcast services in the UK, saw us - and indeed many other companies - exhibiting at the Kitplus Tour, hosted at the MediaCityUK complex at Salford Quays.
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Record and Stream - Surgical Procedures
Dr Sarju Ralhan Dr. Sarju Ralhan is breaking new ground at the Hero DMC Heart Institute in Ludhiana, India. An internationally acclaimed surgeon with a focus in cardiovascular, thoracic and vascular surgery, he has a keen interest in the surgical management of patients afflicted with coronary artery disease and diseases of the aorta.
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The Evolution of Cloud
Micky Edwards Television was originally created to be a mass communication platform. Yet, over the last few years, it is becoming increasingly hyperlocal. There are several reasons the television industry is transitioning from a broadcast to narrowcast schematic
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UHD HDR HFR WCG Made for each other, or too much too soon
Bruce Devlin The majority of LCD screens rolling out of the huge factories are now 4K-ready. They have a lot of pixels, and were not going to be chopping them up with a hacksaw to make small screens in a hurry. Even cheap mobile phones have more pixels than the big TV set that hangs on the wall of the front room in my house. Given there are almost no 4K consumer services out there, do we really need High Dynamic Range (HDR), High Frame Rate (HFR) and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)? At the risk of being opinionated, I say yes!
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Lenses cant be that complicated can they? Part 1
Graham Reed Many people who use lenses have very little understanding in the complexity or the science that goes on behind them. I do not pretend to be an expert on optics but I have spent some time in trying to understand just how complex they are.
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Law Enforcement - Live, Mobile Video Surveillance
Eric Chang Law enforcement, homeland security, surveillance, emergency response and military operations may span a range of operations, but they all share a crucial need for a detailed, real-time picture of rapidly changing events from various field locations.
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How to solve a problem like 4k
Peter Savage 2 A lack of standards and content is holding back sales of 4k television sets and, until that situation changes, there is very little the consumer electronics business can do about it, writes Peter Savage
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Dear Santa
Dick Hobbs. My Christmas list this year is very modest. I really do hope that my naughty:nice ratio has been appropriate and you will be able to get at least some of these down my chimney.
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Drones in the Broadcast Industry
Leighton Chenery There is little doubt that the emerging technology of Drones within the Broadcast industry is most likely to have insurance implications. As the market continues to expand and organisations enhance their activities through the use of Drones, adequate insurance coverage will be of particular importance to protect against the more complex and high value risks
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How to grow your business
Den Lennie There are only 3 Ways To Grow Your Business. There is a science and an art to business, but you should be aware that there are only three ways to grow a business.
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4k - is it really worth it
Beth Zarkhosh 4k; the holy grail of modern digital filmmaking. Weve all heard of it, but perhaps not all of us are ready for the change. Here we look at the perceptions versus the realities of shooting in 4k.
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Virtually there - media monitoring goes beyond hardware
Simen Frostad Being a hardware manufacturer is a great thing. It allows you to design the totality of the product and the users experience of it, to create a plug-and-play appliance that is uniquely fitted to its task. And there are plenty of tasks that are best done with the help of a piece of dedicated hardware, for many reasons.
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EXIT PLAN - Creating an indi SCI-FI for less than 3000 dollars
exitplan The director behind new indie short "Exit Plan" reveals just what it took to write, crowd fund, shoot and grade his very own proof of concept for a science fiction feature with DaVinci Resolve, a Pocket Cinema Camera, and only four crew members on set
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Riding the TV Marketing and Social Media Wave
Portsmouth University Television is something that has always interested me. My name is Safiya Pomell and my journey into the industry started in 2012 when I joined a specialist school on the broadcasting strand at the age of 15. Being apart of Television and Broadcasting at the University of Portsmouth has really helped me improve on my skills, from my general work ethic to knowledge and professionalism.
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