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    Grupo Televisa and Univision complete $4.8bn deal


    Spanish-language media giants Grupo Televisa and Univision have closed their $4.8 billion merger.

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    Heading to the cloud in 2022


    Greater adoption of remote production will in turn accelerate the shift of live workflows to the cloud, according to an IBC Digital panel tasked with examining the broadcast and media tech trends that will define 2022. 

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    Daily News

    Mediaproxy LogServer takes decentralised line


    Logging, monitoring and analysis system LogServer has been upgraded by Mediaproxy. The company’s flagship system works entirely in software, to reliably log and monitor programme output to ensure it is compliant with broadcast regulations. It fits into cloud, virtual or on-premises workflows and supports video, audio and real-time data from ...

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    Daily News

    Dante SDK makes sound connection


    Audinate, developer of the Dante media networking technology, has announced full availability of the Dante Application Library software development kit (SDK). Previously available to a select few, the SDK for Windows and MacOS provides software developers with an easy-to-use way to connect to microphones, speakers, signal processors, amplifiers, loudspeakers and ...

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    Daily News

    Lectrosonics clearly has it covered


    New silicone covers to protect a wide variety of Lectrosonics’ transmitters, receivers and recorders have been unveiled. They include the DCHT digital camera hop, DPR, DPR-A digital plug on and LT transmitters, as well as the DCHR digital portable, IFBR1B multi-frequency IFB and M2R IEM/IFB receivers. New silicone covers are ...

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    Daily News

    Gather round for a Gagl


    A new cloud service called Gagl is to deliver conferenced audio from multiple contributors to Comrex hardware codecs in high quality.

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    Daily News

    2wcom creates cluster of cost-effective cloud containers


    The Multimedia over IP Network (MoIN) server software from 2wcom can be operated on hardware, virtual machine, or using a cost-effective containerised version on major cloud platforms. It has been upgraded to meet customer requests for virtualisation, increased IT security and the need to connect remote and local sites.

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    Industry Trends

    Amplifying the sound of silence


    Audio is key to bringing natural history stories to life, say filmmakers who have used Dolby Atmos to enhance their films.

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    Industry Trends

    Driving immersive audio forward at Sky


    Sky is one of a handful of global broadcasters taking a prominent role in evolving the use of Dolby Atmos in live events, Andy Stout reports.

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    Industry Trends

    Plazamedia blazes IP trail


    In consciously opting against a hybrid solution for its new broadcast centre, German sports producer Plazamedia has created a modern, future-proof system as SMPTE 2110 approaches.

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    Industry Trends

    Immersive drives audio capture at IBC


    There’s a huge amount of change taking place in the audio business, driven by the move towards immersive sound. Nowhere was this clearer than at this year’s IBC.

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    Industry Trends

    Fine-tuning Bohemian Rhapsody


    The Editor and Production Designer of Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody tell IBC365 how the film recreated the classic Live Aid concert from Wembley Stadium – with 800 extras at Bovingdon airfield near Hemel Hempstead.

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    Executive Interviews

    DABbling in in-car audio


    In-car listening presents a huge opportunity for the DAB radio industry, believes Arqiva’s Simon Mason.

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    Thought Leadership

    Smart speakers and public service broadcasters


    If 2017 was the year that smart speaker hype reached its peak, 2018 may well prove to be the year they will have moved into the mainstream, writes EBU Project Manager Ben Poor.

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Catherine Blizzard, BBC World Service


    Growing your audience means understanding not only what they want, but how and why they want it, says BBC World Service’s Catherine Blizzard.

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    Industry Trends

    Satellite technology: Advances in connectivity


    Over the past several months, it has become clear that, in many ways, far from being a distinct sector, the satellite industry is a microcosm of the larger broadcast industry in which it operates.

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    Industry Trends

    SMPTE advances immersive audio standardisation


    New immersive audio standards have been published by SMPTE for distribution and consistent playout of various immersive sound systems.

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    Industry Trends

    IBC2018 Tech Talks: AI in production


    AI is here to stay, and in the area of production it is set to revolutionise working practice. Explore how in technical papers from BBC R&D, Media Distillery & NHK and watch their IBC2018 Tech Talks.

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    Technical Papers

    Sound and fury: Bringing Dolby Atmos to the NHRA


    The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) approached Dolby Laboratories in early 2017 to explore what value immersive audio might bring to the NHRA’s television broadcasts.

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Lisa Tobin, New York Times


    Providing narrative perspective in a US news environment that’s in total overdrive is a daily challenge along with the changing audio consumption habits Lisa Tobin confronts, executive producer of audio and editor of The Daily podcast at the New York Times.