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Sinclair Broadcast Group to use Marquis Broadcast production storage optimisation and management tools Posted: 13/02/2020
Sinclair Broadcast Group to use Marquis Broadcast production storage optimisation and management tools

Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest television broadcast companies in America, is deploying Marquis Broadcast’s Analysis Parking software with a new enterprise monitoring dashboard for its many facilities across the United States. During its expansion, Sinclair Broadcast Group has always focused on optimising best practices for its news technology and operations. Part of this focus was to streamline and simplify the management and monitoring of multiple Avid NEXIS® systems, helping users manage Avid projects and valuable storage space more efficiently.

Sinclair Broadcast initially deployed Marquis Broadcast’s Analysis Parking in three major sites. The software understands the relationships between Avid projects, folders, bins and media, and runs automated Avid NEXIS analytics and visualization processes, enabling each station to maximise the use of space on their Avid NEXIS storage systems.

Paul Spinelli, director of engineering at Sinclair Broadcast Group, explains: “As a group, we’re continually evaluating new technologies that can realise further operational benefits and efficiencies. Our goal is to standardise technologies and workflows across all our Avid news operations, which now total over 60 sites. The new systems enable the recovery of large amounts of blocked-out – but usable – space and offers detailed enterprise-wide analytics on our Avid storage.”

Tags: Marquis Broadcast | Sinclair Broadcast Group | broadcast | Analysis Parking | Avid | Avid NEXIS | editing | enterprise | workflow | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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ATEME and Sinclair: Higher Quality and Efficiency for ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0 Posted: 27/03/2018
ATEME and Sinclair: Higher Quality and Efficiency for ATSC 1.0 and amp; ATSC 3.0

ATEME, a global video delivery leader, and Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBGI) (“Sinclair”), one of the largest US television broadcasters, announced today a relationship to provide live video encoding solutions that will speed up the transition of over-the-air delivery to ATSC 3.0 “NextGen” television services.

Tags: ATEME | Sinclair | Sinclair Broadcast Group | Broadcast | ATSC 1.0 | ATSC 3.0
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QYOU Achieves 100 Million Reach Milestone Posted: 02/10/2017
QYOU Achieves 100 Million Reach Milestone

QYOU Media, the worlds leading curator of premium best-of-web video for multiscreen distribution, today announced that its programs and linear channels reach an addressable audience of more than 100 million consumers across six continents. The companys rapidly expanding reach demonstrates a growing appetite for millennial-programming globally.

Tags: QYOU Media | pay-TV | millennial | content curator | multiscreen | TBC | Sinclair Broadcast Group | Tata Sky | milestone
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Sinclair Broadcast Groups Mark Aitken to Present Thursday Keynote Session of 2016 IEEE Broadcast Symposium Posted: 26/09/2016
Sinclair Broadcast Groups Mark Aitken to Present Thursday Keynote Session of 2016 IEEE Broadcast Symposium
Mark Aitken, vice president of advanced technology for Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBG), will present during a luncheon keynote session of the 2016 IEEE Broadcast Symposium at noon on Thursday, Oct. 13. Titled "So You Think You're a 'Televisioner,'" Aitken's session will engage the audience in challenging the long-held assumptions of OET69, presenting new insight into broadcasters' opportunities to maintain relevance with services that extend beyond conventional television broadcasting. 
Tags: Sinclair Broadcast Group | Mark Aitken | Keynote Session | IEEE BTS | spectrum | advanced technology | 2016 IEEE Broadcast Symposium
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Dielectric Introduces Innovative Auxiliary UHF Antenna Ideal for TV Spectrum Repack Posted: 06/04/2016
Dielectric Introduces Innovative Auxiliary UHF Antenna Ideal for TV Spectrum Repack

Dielectric, a pioneer in purpose-engineered antennas and RF systems for TV and radio broadcasters, will showcase its innovative TFU-WB Series Auxiliary UHF Antenna at the 2016 NAB Show (April 18-21, Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth C2213). This economical, off-the-shelf auxiliary antenna is well-suited to high-power UHF applications from channels 14 to 51, including the emerging ATSC 3.0 standard and 4K UHD TV.

Tags: dielectric | john schadler | UHF | spectrum repack | ATSC 3.0 | television | broadcast | antennas | RF | TV | over the air | sinclair broadcast group | ONE Media | 2016 NAB Show | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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GatesAir Repack Summit Brings Nearly 100 Industry Experts Together Posted: 06/11/2014
GatesAir Repack Summit Brings Nearly 100 Industry Experts Together

GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for TV and radio broadcasters, summoned nearly 100 industry thought leaders and experts to its Mason, Ohio headquarters for the companys second Repack Summit.  The two-day event addressed the concerns and challenges of U.S. broadcasters as they prepare for a variety of uncertain scenarios and exciting new opportunities, offering well-defined, problem-solving insights and solutions for this clearly transitional period. 

Tags: GatesAir | transmission | TV | spectrum repack | over-the-air | jay adrick | rich redmond | dielectric | ERI | ONE Media | NAB | FCC | phil argyris | pamela gallant | digital television | ATSC | raycom | cordillera | andy suk | sinclair broadcast group | broadcast
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