Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NLogic offers Adgile in Canada

NLogic has struck a partnership that will see Adgile’s data and analytics capabilities for linear and on demand TV made available in Canada.  The agreement will see NLogic offer Adgile’s visual AI-enabled Analytics, Attribution and Activation product suite and cloud-based performance management platform Catalyst, outside of Australia for the first time.

Dejero and Dazzl have formed a partnership to simplify cloud-based live production, delivering their first projects, which include facilitating uninterrupted coverage of two high-profile alpine races by local French TV station TV8 Mont-Blanc. A combination of Dejero’s video contribution technology and Dazzl’s cloud-native live video production capabilities enabled live broadcast coverage of both events in a complex network environment across the Swiss-French border. Dejero’s cloud server allows Dazzl to stream video to web and mobile devices, simplifying the complex task of publishing live or recorded video streams in multiple formats. By integrating Dazzl’s cloud video platform with Dejero’s mobile transmitters and video transport solutions, users gain access to live broadcast production, live clipping, rapid editing and video distribution tools in the field.

SMPTE has issued a call for technical papers for the SMPTE Annual Technical Conference. Starting Nov. 9 and running select days through Nov. 18, the conference will be a virtual event with technical paper presentations, SMPTE storytellers, roundtables, and networking events. Original, previously unpublished drafts of four to six pages, submitted by Aug. 23, will be reviewed by the SMPTE 2021 ATC program committee, and automatically submitted to the board of editors of the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal to be considered for publication. Preference will be given to forward-thinking and research-based proposals addressing cutting-edge technology.