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TODAY'S TOP STORIES - 9.5.16
 
 

Michael Balderston - NewsBytes Editor
Tom Butts - TV Technology Editor-in-Chief
 
Quote of the Day: “The finest steel has to go through the hottest fire.” ~ Richard Nixon
On this Day: In 1882, the first Labor Day parade is held in New York.
 
VR, IP Interoperability to Headline IBC 2016
“IBC 2016 will focus on the technical aspects of these areas, and also consider how their implementation will disrupt and change the broadcasters who adopt them.”

ATSC 3.0: A Progress Report
Nearly half a dozen documents have moved forward in the last month.
 

 
 

 

 
 

NEWS & TECHNOLOGY
 
 

GEAR: GatesAir Announces IP Air-Cooled Transmitters
REPORT: Nielsen: 118.4 Million U.S. Homes Have TVs
FIBER: MultiDyne Offers New Fiber Transport Systems
AUDIO: Shure Upgrades ShurePlus Motiv App
CLOUD: Pebble Beach Deploys Orca to the Cloud

 
 

 

 
 

Industry Roundup
 
 

Senate Commerce Confirms FCC Oversight Hearing (B&C)
Nagra, Samsung Team Up to Unlock Pay TV Services (Multichannel News)
Improving Quality of Service for Live Sports Streaming (TV Technology Europe)
Facebook Messenger Gains Instant Video Live Broadcasting (BetaNews)
Twitter’s Periscope Launches Ad Program for Live-Streaming Broadcasts (Variety)

 
 

TV Technology Resource Center White Papers
 
 

"Guide to Intercoms" sponsored by Clear-Com looks at new developments IP connectivity brings to the intercom market.
"Adaptive Streaming: Improve Retention for Live Content" from UStream details the impact of buffering and adaptive streaming best practices.
"The Next Generation Newsroom" from ChryonHego profiles a unified, producer-driven workflow for content-centric news operations.
"Engaging Viewers With Social Media Integration" from ChryonHego outlines how to integrate social media with live programming.
"Quantum: Best Practices for a 4K Media Workflow" from Quantum Corp. provides an overview of the best way to achieve a 4K workflow.

 
 

 
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