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Michael Goldman

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June 24, 2022

The Nuances of Building IP-Based Systems

As discussed previously in Newswatch, the media industry’s transition to IP-based systems continues its rapid acceleration, but now, in Brad Gilmer’s opinion, that transition... Read More
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May 31, 2022

Compression’s Complex Evolution

When Ian Trow last spoke with Newswatch in 2020, he pointed out that the COVID-19 pandemic was starting to have a radical effect on media workflows, and consequently,... Read More
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May 2, 2022

AI Enables Generative Audio

As discussed in 2020 and 2021 in Newswatch, exciting developments are occurring in the world of machine learning/artificial intelligence when it comes to certain aspects of... Read More
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March 29, 2022

Meet the Metaverse

In Chaitanya Chinchlikar’s opinion, the newest digital business buzzword—Metaverse—is a label that has all sorts of potential implications for the entertainment industry.... Read More
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February 14, 2022

SMPTE’s Media in the Cloud Work Accelerates

As discussed in the November 2021 issue of Newswatch, interest in media in the cloud workflows has rapidly accelerated, causing great excitement and new options for content... Read More
December 27, 2021

CES Still on at Presstime

Shortly before press-time, the Consumer Technology Association (CES) announced on the Axios news site that it was planning to move forward with its planned return to a live... Read More
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December 27, 2021

Rural Broadband Access Growing

A recent survey from the Rural Broadband Association (NTCA) suggests that high-speed fiber broadband systems are rapidly picking up pace in America’s rural areas as we head... Read More
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December 27, 2021

ASC Test Film Coming in 2022

In mid-December, the ASC’s Motion Imaging Technology Council (MITC) finished production on a 16-minute short film called The Mission—made by ASC members for the purpose of... Read More
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December 27, 2021

Virtual Production Initiative Gains Steam

According to Kari Grubin, a media and entertainment consultant who is leading project management for SMPTE’s Rapid Industry Solutions (RIS) initiative, and Erik Weaver, head... Read More
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November 29, 2021

Where is Theatrical Exhibition Heading?

Despite the VOD/streaming revolution that has clearly gained steam during the Covid-19 pandemic period for obvious reasons, increasingly there are signs that theatrical... Read More
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November 12, 2021

Cloud Business Models

 Now that the march of technology has enabled sophisticated media production and distribution via the cloud, and the ongoing COVID pandemic has accelerated an... Read More
October 27, 2021

IBC Back Live in December

Coming on the heels of a live, in-person CineGear event that took place in Los Angeles in September, and the announcement this past summer of plans for a live, in-person... Read More
October 27, 2021

ICG Urges IATSE Strike Call

At press time, the specter of a major Hollywood labor disruption with potential to shut down a good chunk of the film and television industries was moving closer to reality... Read More
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October 26, 2021

Moving Media into the Cloud

As discussed in the December 2020 issue of Newswatch, cloud-based media production has made rapid advances recently due to a range of industry initiatives and technological... Read More
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August 28, 2021

HDR’s Creative Impact

When she wrote a paper in 2019 for the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal on the subject of how high dynamic range can impact the creative aspects of storytelling, Rory Gordon,... Read More
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August 2, 2021

Seeking a Green IP Technology Pyramid

To gain an understanding of how the broadcast industry’s transition to IP-based systems is going, Félix Poulin suggests literally visualizing it. Poulin, director of media... Read More
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July 27, 2021

Olympics Tech Fest

As the delayed Tokyo Olympic Games finally got underway at press-time, TV Technology published a comprehensive roundup detailing many of the new and unique broadcast-related... Read More
July 27, 2021

California Expands Tax Credit Program

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed legislation investing $330-million dollars into an expansion of the state’s Film and Television Tax Credit Program, which is... Read More
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May 26, 2021

A New Compression Paradigm

Despite all the turmoil and limitations caused by the pandemic over the last year-plus, one notable industry technology sector proceeded ahead at full speed—standardization... Read More
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April 29, 2021

AI for Audio Content Creation

As a longtime researcher into the mysteries of signal processing, speech, acoustics, and human auditory perception, Sunil Bharitkar, principal research scientist for AI... Read More
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March 30, 2021

ATSC 3.0 Marches Forward

Madeleine Noland, president of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), chuckles when asked to contextualize the status of the ongoing rollout of the ATSC 3.0... Read More
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March 29, 2021

ATSC 3.0 Comes to Buffalo

News Briefs  The ATSC 3.0 rollout, TV Technology reported recently that the most recent American television stations to deploy the new standard are five Buffalo, New York,... Read More
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January 31, 2021

Evolution of News Media Workflows

When it comes to news production workflows and collaboration, the broadcast industry has long pursued methods of more seamlessly working remotely while, simultaneously,... Read More

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