Given today’s complex and dynamic content delivery environment, where more and more revenue is associated with adaptive-bit-rate OTT content, the ability to measure the quality of multiple streams automatically in a highly accurate way is critically important.
According to the 2013 Pew Research Center State of the News Media Report released on Wednesday, last year was a mixed bag for traditional TV news, with the first increase in viewership for local TV news in five years, but cable news trended down.
Why This Matters: According to the report, while there were more viewers of local TV news, there were fewer TV stations producing original news compared to 2010, which the report attributes to a "wave" of ownership changes and content sharing arrangements.
Nearly every U.S. television broadcaster now has measures in place to ensure CALM compliance, but myths and misunderstandings remain and the "better safe than sorry" approach to loudness control can threaten audio quality.
Aereo asked the U.S. Supreme Court late Wednesday to rule that its service offering local TV station signals on the web is legal, calling itself “the next technological step.” Why This Matters: In a reply brief responding to earlier filings in the court case, the subscription streaming service accused ABC, CBS, NBC and other TV networks fighting its service of engaging in “problematic” claims and ignoring consumers long standing rights to make copies of free over-the-air telecasts. Aereo's latest filing is the final step in the briefing process before the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on April 22.
Geeks Who Cry Wolf - Every month - sometimes every week - the tech world is 'rocked' by dire warnings of scary-sounding security vulnerabilities, newly discovered in major products and services. But two recent examples didn't pass my sniff test. Here's the scoop…
The FCC has proposed fines against two alleged unlicensed radio station operators.
The Commission levied a $25,000 proposed fine against DAMIAN ANTHONY OJOUKU ALLEN for running a pirate station at 101.1 FM in FORT LAUDERDALE; ALLEN was previously fined for the same infraction on the same frequency in nearby POMPANO BEACH.
And a $15,000 fine was proposed against JEAN RICHARD SALVADOR, also identified as "KONPAMAN," for a pirate station on 89.5 FM ("BREEZ FM ...
NAB President Gordon Smith tells FCC Chairman Wheeler that his proposed crackdown on JSAs has already financially damaged the industry and could eventually cost jobs. “It’s time to take a step back and reevaluate,” says Smith in a letter to the chairman.
Cable TV is an outdated concept. You pay an ever-increasing bill every month for thousands of shows you’ll never watch. When you do want to watch, you have to organize your life around the TV schedule or set up your own DVR.
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