Recent Posts tagged with TranSPORT Summit

TranSPORT: ABC’s Richard Wolf Tackles Satellite-Interference Issues

All broadcasters deal with satellite interference on a regular basis. The major problem is that the source of that interference is rarely identified or remedied. “The industry has been talking about satellite interference since some of you were in diapers,” said Richard Wolf, VP, Telecommunications & Network Origination Services, at ABC Broadcast Operations and Engineering, […]  More

TranSPORT: Enhanced Connectivity Heralds Shift in Live-Sports-Production Workflow

By increasing the connectivity between remote-production facilities and broadcast centers, sports-production crews are not just enhancing their workflow and creating additional content. They are changing the way live sports are produced. At SVG’s TranSPORT summit, industry leaders from EVS, Avid, Signiant, and Aspera discussed the latest advances in file-based transport and remote operations, and the […]  More

TranSPORT: 3D, 1080p Drive Innovation in Transmission Sector

Rising demand for next-generation services like 3D and 1080p television has meant challenging new terrain for the transport community in recent years. While the capture side of 3D and 1080p production has grown by leaps and bounds over the past three years, broadcasters have struggled to find efficient, high-quality ways to backhaul, distribute, and deliver […]  More

TranSPORT: For Venue-Circuit Success, Optimizing Existing Infrastructure Is Cornerstone

As the demand for in-game sports content grows exponentially with the launch of each new specialty television network, so too does the question of fiber transport from venue to production facility. At SVG’s TranSPORT Summit in New York City, one panel addressed the issue of venue circuits, concluding that the best solution was not adding […]  More

SVG’s TranSPORT Summit Delves Into Shifting Transmission Market

Few segments of the sports-production industry have undergone as dramatic a transformation over the past decade as transport. Sports programming has never been a more global affair, creating new challenges in the world of backhaul, distribution, and delivery. Meanwhile, compression formats like MPEG-4 and JPEG 2000 are creating a new level of efficiency for fiber […]  More

Register Now for SVG’s TranSPORT Summit in New York City!

The Sports Video Group is pleased to announced the TranSPORT Summit, the sport industry’s first event dedicated to the needs of the sports professional whose job duties include transport and distribution of video and audio content via TV, the Internet, and more, to be held on Oct. 11 in New York City. The half-day event […]  More

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