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Tech Focus: AoIP — Networking Makes Inroads in Broadcast Audio

What a difference a year makes. Networked audio (aka AoIP) had been slowly working its way into the infrastructure of broadcast audio for several years. Broadcasters were looking for ways to assure a consistent and reliable experience with the new format, and their innately cautious nature translated into measured progress.  More

IBC 2018 SportTechBuzz in Review: Halls 8-11

The SVG Europe and SVG Americas editorial teams were out in full force at last week’s IBC Show, covering the biggest sports-technology news and delivering daily SportTechBuzz at IBC roundups. Here is a look at the IBC 2018 SportTechBuzz from Halls 8-11. In this post, check out what these companies rolled out at IBC: Aerial Camera Systems, […]  More

Tech Focus: Networked Audio, Part 2 —Where Live Sound Is Now

Live sound in the venue is undergoing the same tectonic transition that broadcast audio is experiencing: the migration from analog and digital point-to-point transmission to being fully hosted on IP-based networks. Venue sound systems have inherent limitations when it comes to this paradigm shift — signals generally go back to analog for their “last mile,” […]  More

Tech Focus: Networked Audio, Part 1 — Where Broadcast Sound Is Now

Broadcast-audio veterans will recall the tectonic shift that was the migration from analog to digital, a move that spanned the better part of three decades, from various PCM formats on tape to the complete virtualization of audio on hard drives. By comparison, the shift to IP-based signal transport has been incredibly rapid, taking less than […]  More

Tech Focus: Intercoms, Part 1 — At the Crossroads

Communications via intercom for small armies of production-crew members on sports broadcasts systems is a hugely complex undertaking, and new tech platforms coming to market are designed to make it efficient. The business side of intercom isn’t simple, either. The past year has seen a number of significant M&A moves, including Clear-Com’s purchase of Trilogy […]  More

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