At NAB NY 2017's Avid booth, we sat down with R. Alan Hoff, Vice President, Market Solutions at Avid, who explained how Avid is evolving their products to embracing cloud-based production.
IBM's newly launched Watson Media division had a strong presence at NAB NY 2017 in New York, showcasing examples of their cognitive and artificial Intelligence technologies in applications for media and entertainment companies.
At NAB NY 2017, we sat down with John Shike, from Snell Advanced Media, and discussed their multiplatform production solution called SAM VIBE, and discussed the future of broadcast.
In addition to showing Mediapulse, Xytech's comprehensive operations management system for larger houses and broadcasters,, Xytech's Sky Express was demostrated for nexttv.news at NAB NY 2017.
At NAB NY 2017, we talked cloud-based production and its challenges with T Shobhana, VP and head of Global Marketing and Communications for Prime Focus Technologies.
At the 2017 NAB NYC show, we spoke to Cantemo's Mike Szumlinski about how the company is just doing that with their Portal product. We also discussed Cantemo's upcoming cloud-based Iconik solution.
Next TV News had the opportunity to as Jason a few questions about the current state of "Social TV" from Telescope's perspective and discuss the future of audience participation on both linear and OTT networks.
With LiveU technology, broadcasters including CNN, NBC, FOX, CBS, The Weather Channel, Univision, and BBC (among others) were able to share live feeds with stations around the globe - from helicopters, drone, and camera operators on the ground, right from the eye of the storm.
NewTek's NDI Video-over-IP technology, recently upgraded to version 3 featuring new multicast support, high efficiency modes, improved encoding performance, and direct PTZ camera support, has received a "Best of Show" award for IBC 2017.
Next TV News had the opportunity to chat with David Jorba, President, Vizrt Americas. Vizrt, a Norway-based company with a worldwide presence, has been one of the leaders in broadcast graphics creation and playout for over 15 years. Through acquisitions and technology enhancements to its core platform, Vizrt is preparing for the next phase of TV and TV production.
London's Monterosa, developer of interactive TV apps for broadcasters, has announced a multi-year deal which extends its relationship with ITV to develop new interactive TV apps.
WinView today announced a $12 million Series B funding round to help WinView further develop and market its skill-based mobile app across a range of professional sports by converting fans and TV viewers from spectators into play-along-live participants.