Educational lectures have been moving online for many reasons. The most obvious is the Covid-19 pandemic, which forced learning out of classrooms and into the home to keep students safe. There’s also the “flipping the classroom” trend to make online lectures available to students prior to scheduled lessons, and then use class time to hone their understanding through face-to-face instruction or group activities.
Known as stations “to the left of the dial”, Non-Commercial Educational (NCE) radio stations operate on FM frequencies from 88.1MHz to 91.9MHz, which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reserves for educational purposes.
Network Device Interface (NDI) is ushering in a cost-effective new way of networking video sources and devices over standard IP gigabit Ethernet rather than the costly, bulky Serial Digital Interface (SDI) cabling that has dominated the video industry for over 25 years. If you’re a professional broadcaster, your production facility likely already has SDI adjoining all your high- end gear.
Las Vegas – VSiN, The Sports Betting Network, is the first sports media company dedicated to providing news, analysis and proprietary data to the millions of Americans who wager on sports and make sports betting a multibillion-dollar industry. First launched on satellite radio in 2017, we expanded to television in August 2019. Fans can now watch our content on Comcast Xfinity, YouTube TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, Rogers Sportsnet, Spectrum LA Sportsnet, NESN, MSG Networks, Marquee Sports Network, MASN and AT&T Pittsburgh, plus our own website (VSiN.com) and app.
Our Television Broadcast Engineer Patrick Mahon just returned from the summer games in Tokyo where he served as a transport signal quality control engineer at the technical operations center (TOC) at Odaiba Marine Park from July 9 to August 7, 2021. This Tokyo venue hosted various competitive sporting events, including aquatics marathon swimming, and triathlon.
Bill Bennett, the Media Solutions Account Manager at ENCO, says the company that pioneered computer-based, digital audio and program automation for radio stations and TV studios have a quartet of products that it is sharing with those who planned on attending the NAB Show.
Whether it’s broadcast television or video streamed over the top, viewers are familiar with closed captioning on their screens. This is because the FCC mandates on-screen captions to make the audio portions of over-the-air TV broadcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.
By offering live local radio captioning, WAMU is broadening its market reach by making its programming accessible to the deaf or hard of hearing, including those associated with Gallaudet University—a world-renowned Washington, DC-based university that serves deaf and hard of hearing students.