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Switching to Internet Based Distribution
Chris Clark

"An IP status check for the broadcast industry", "Resistance is futile", "IP points the way forward for the broadcast industry"...

Yes, we've read the headlines too. But rather than force you into submission, scare you, or leave you feeling like you have no other choice, we want to give you the information that helps you to make a sensible decision about Internet-based distribution.

So what’s stopping you from making the switch right now?

Tags: iss135 | ip | internet | distribution | cerberus | Chris Clark
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Internet streaming the greatest challenges
Simon Homent The greatest challenges for internet streaming companies
Tags: iss091 | Wuaki.tv | internet streaming | Simon Homent
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Will Strauss looks at post production in 2014
Will Strauss# With ever-faster Internet speeds and the introduction of remote editing and grading software, doing post-production need not necessarily include a trip into Soho, writes Will Strauss.
Tags: iss085 | will strauss | review | editing | remote | grading | software | internet | storage | cloud | work from home | post production | guide | Will Strauss#
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Leaping over the top
Bob Lamb New solutions for efficient, integrated, and profitable OTT services.
Tags: iss084 | pilat | media | ott | video | over the top | device | devices | broadcasters | internet | stream | Bob Lamb
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Evolutions in the media cloud with Bob Pank
Bob Pank# Years ago my boss, the sales director, warned me that talk of technical revolutions was not good. After all, a revolution ends up where it started. On the other hand evolutions were much better. Of course he was right.
Tags: iss080 | cloud | evolution | nab | internet of frames | storage | data | ibc | 3D | autostereoscopic | Bob Pank#
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Powering a richer media experience on set-top boxes
Achim Bosse Todays television viewers are increasingly using the Internet to download, share, and consume media on a variety of devices. To meet the consumer demand for a richer media experience on set-top boxes, service providers must now support a wide range of different audio and video codecs and formats.
Tags: iss080 | set top boxes | television | internet | second screen | service provider | integration | Achim Bosse
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Cost effective transport of video over long distances
John Golding The transportation of live video and audio feeds over the internet has become a widely accepted technique. Each technique has its own place in the market, as there can be no one size fits all as application requirements vary considerably.
Tags: iss076 | cache media | video and audio | feeds | video | audio | live | transmission | internet | streaming | long distances | cost effective | guide to | John Golding
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No more softly softly on the cloud
Bob Pank# I can remember seeing graphic cloud symbols on computer system diagrams many years ago. So the idea of the cloud is nothing new. Indeed, just to prove it, the 10th (yes, weve already missed nine) annual Cloud Computing Expo (cloudcomputingexpo.com) is coming up in New York in June and the organisers claim that cloud computing is now a $120Bn market. So why are the television and media industries only recently becoming interested?
Tags: cloud | internet | archive | storage | upload | download | aspera | cisco | iss064 | Bob Pank#
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Any Channel, Anywhere. How Distribution Service Providers Make Broadcasting a Global Industry
N/A It has been a long time since a broadcaster has owned the entire chain from talent, camera and production crew all the way through the transmission network of masts that beamed the signal into the home.
Tags: iss055 | globecast | terrestrial | satellite | cable | internet | mobile | N/A
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Either meet your listeners halfway, or get them to come to you
N/A In TV Bays IPTV & Online issue, I spoke about how streaming video online enabled content owners to share their work with the world a lot more effectively, so although the end result is the same, what technical procedures are different for streaming pure audio content?
Tags: iss053 | streamuk | streaming | gmg radio | iptv | internet radio streaming | N/A
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Getting up to speed with IPTV
N/A Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) has been gathering pace around the world for the past few years and is major competition to cable and satellite broadcasters.
Tags: iptv | Internet Protocol Television | iss019 | telco | N/A
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