Recent Posts tagged with Harris Corp.

Harris Makes It Official, Plans To Sell Off Broadcast Communications Business

Harris Corp. is getting out of the broadcast business. The company announced this morning, as part of its fiscal-third-quarter report, that it has approved a plan to sell its Broadcast Communications division. The move was by no means unexpected; the unit has underperformed in recent years. Harris President/CEO William M. Brown had previously hinted at […]  More

Harris Showcases Targeted Advertising Platform at Cable Show

Harris Corp. is well-versed in the world of scheduled linear advertising, but, with increasing numbers of viewers watching content on demand or on non-linear channels, a new opportunity  for targeted advertising is emerging. Harris is taking advantage of that with its new Targeted Advertising Platform, being shown at this week’s NCTA Cable Show, designed to […]  More

Granite Broadcasting Transitions to Harris OSi-Traffic Software

Harris Corp. has been awarded a multi-year contract by Granite Broadcasting to transition eight markets and 17 channels from their existing traffic and billing software to Harris OSi-Traffic. OSi-Traffic is a scalable traffic and billing solution. Unlike competitive solutions, there is no limit to the number of stations that can be managed from a single-server architecture, according […]  More

Audio Routers: Bigger, Better, and in the Center of Things

That audio routers continue to grow more powerful with each generation is no longer news. What is news is that their status is evolving from peripheral to core platform in dense, complex, and high-I/O-count audio networks. One reason for the router’s growth is the increasingly networked nature of broadcast-sports audio, which has to cover events […]  More

IBC 2010: Harris Says TV Is Immortal but Change is the New Constant

Harris Corp. is so convinced that television is not dead that Harris Broadcast Communications President Harris Morris opened the company’s 2010 IBC press conference with a thrice-sung refrain: “Television is immortal,” he opined, three times in a row. However, he cautioned, just because the old medium is here to stay does not mean that the […]  More

Doug Means to Head Up Harris’ New “WIN” Broadcast Unit

Harris Corp. has named Doug Means vice president and general manager of the new Workflow, Infrastructure, and Networking (WIN) unit of its Broadcast Communications business.  Means will report to Harris Morris, president of Harris Broadcast Communications, and will be based in the organization’s Toronto office. “The formation of our new WIN business unit is part […]  More

Dish Mexico Employs Harris Novar Traffic and Billing System

Pay TV operator Dish Mexico has implemented the Harris Novar traffic and billing system to manage its sales and business operations in Mexico City.  The Novar suite of products delivers a comprehensive set of tools that enable multichannel operators to schedule and insert ads, reconcile logs and invoice customers through an efficient, completely paperless operation. […]  More

Turner To Lead Up Harris’ Newly-created Strategy and Marketing Sector

Harris Corporation has named Brad Turner to the newly created position of vice president of strategy and marketing for its Broadcast Communications business.  Turner will report to Harris Morris, division president, and will be based in the division’s Denver office. “Brad is a talented executive that brings to Harris a proven track record of leading […]  More

Harris Adds Advanced Video Features to its FAME Platform

Harris Corp. has announced new capabilities that integrate with its commercial Full-Motion Video Asset Management Engine (FAME). The additional features are designed to help manage the massive quantity of video and other data that military and government agencies receive every day and improve access to higher-resolution full-motion video, motion imagery, and visual imagery. FAME is […]  More

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