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What happened to audio networking
Brad Price It may seem hard to believe, but audio networking has now been with us for over 20 years. In 1996, Peak Audio released CobraNet, the first system that used computer networking of some sort to transport audio.
Tags: iss125 | audinate | networking | audio | dsp | Brad Price
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The future of the intercom industry
KitPlus At NAB 2013 RTS launched its first OMNEO interface cards, marking the first deployment of OMNEO in the broadcast intercom industry. In the future, users can transform their RTS ADAM matrix into a flexible, IP-based, AVB-compatible intercom network.
Tags: iss077 | Manuel Brico | RTS | intercom | OMNEO | media networking | cards | systems | KitPlus
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NETWORKING AND THIRD PARTY CONTROL
N/A Since the advent of digital technologies, the way audio and video is controlled and transported around broadcast facilities has been constantly evolving in the search for greater efficiencies and improved workflows. Today, broadcasters are demanding more and more versatility and integration from their equipment, and in turn, the capabilities now available are leading broadcasters to reassess how they design studio complexes.
Tags: iss065 | calrec | audio | networking | N/A
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Getting Social
N/A There are, apparently, 200 million tweets a day. Given that Twitter claims 200 million active users that seems a modest output, it is true, but the Twitterati have a disproportionate reach because large numbers of people many of them lazy journalists follow other peoples trending topics without contributing themselves.
Tags: iss056 | twitter | social networking | facebook | linked in | N/A
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Its good to talk
N/A She has more friends on Facebook than people Ive ever met, and a very active Twitter account. Lets not even get started on LinkedIn, Buzzsprout, Flickr, You Tube, MySpace and Scribd. Half her life is on the web, and while the conventions of these online relationships remain a mystery to me, my sister is rather blas© about it.
Tags: iss053 | calrec | mediacityuk | bskyb | harlequin 1 | artemis console | hydra2 networking | unicast | N/A
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