NLogic has launched a new Cross-Platform Video Insights tool to help broadcasters better access and understand Numeris’ VAM (Video Audience Measurement) data. The new tool features a dashboard that allows users to quickly access share of tuning data by market, month, incremental reach, streaming share of viewing by device, and duplication across linear TV, OTT services, and online viewing. NLogic says the interactive reports will be offered free for a limited time to help clients build a better understanding of how and where viewers are consuming video content. Those wanting more in-depth access to the data will need to subscribe to NLogic’s IntarVAM application. Launched in the fall of 2021, Numeris’ VAM solution is currently only available in Ontario and French Quebec. A Numeris spokesperson told Broadcast Dialogue the audience insights provider is continuing to work on the rollout of a national cross-platform solution. Read more here.
Dark Slope and Immersion Room have joined forces, bringing together Dark Slope’s 2,000 sq. ft. motion capture stage and its team of game engine artists, technologists, and storytellers together with Immersion Room’s 6,500 sq. ft. Toronto studio featuring an 800 sq. ft. LED volume using their leading edge virtual production LED-volume ecosystem. The all-in-one solution leverages virtual production technology allowing studios and agencies to contribute to virtual production sessions through real-time remote collaboration tools. Dark Slope developed its remote-enabled, motion capture and Unreal-engine Flex KS pipeline while working on a production for NBCUniversal, with other creators now able to realize its benefits. Immersion Room’s restructured LED volume technology to be filmmaker-first, removes restrictions, enabling the use of tools and techniques that were extremely difficult inside LED volumes in the past.
NAB Show will feature a new “Broadcast District” in the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, a destination for radio and television broadcasters offering educational sessions, networking and special events, April 15-19. Featured exhibitors include AJA, Amagi, AWS, Harmonic, Intelstat, LTN Global, MediaKind, Microsoft, Nautel, Planar, Signiant, Telestream, Vislink, Verimatrix, Veritone, Vislink and Vizrt. The Broadcast District will encompass NAB Show Conference sessions focused on radio and television; the NAB Small and Medium Market Radio Forum; NAB Diversity Symposium; NAB Leadership Foundation’s Focus on Leadership Speaker Series; and the Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference; as well as TV and Radio HQ, a networking destination for broadcasters open Sunday, April 16 – Tuesday, April 18, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
FEATURE: WABE (Western Association of Broadcast Engineers) has secured a venue for its fall conference, Nov. 27–29. WABE’s 73rd annual convention will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, including a first-of-its-kind Monday Media Mixer, open to anyone working with media technology who wants to meet, mingle, and make new connections within the industry. Read President Tessa Potter’s February message here.