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Broadcast Tech News – Dejero joins forces with audio software provider Source Elements

Dejero is joining forces with audio software provider Source Elements. The technology partnership means that broadcast teams will be able to achieve faster remote...

Broadcast Tech News – Pandora selects Waterloo, ON-based OpenText’s digital asset management platform

Pandora, the largest audio streaming service in the U.S., has selected Waterloo, ON-based OpenText’s digital asset management platform for its audio and display advertising....

Broadcast Tech News – SAIT’s BXST program celebrates 50 years with new lab

The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Broadcast System Technology (BXST) program is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a move into new lab facilities....

Broadcast Tech News – Lawo releases engineering details of new CBC/Radio-Canada Montreal Broadcast Centre

Lawo has released more details of CBC/Radio-Canada’s integration of its IP-based video, audio, networking and broadcast control systems in its new Montreal Broadcast Centre....

Broadcast Tech News – Sony Electronics introduces world’s smallest premium compact camera

Sony Electronics has introduced what it’s billing as the world's smallest and lightest premium compact camera, the RX0 II (model DSC-RX0M2). Building upon the...

Broadcast Tech News – SMPTE opens applications for 2019 student awards

SMPTE (The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) is accepting applications for the 2019 Student Paper Award and the Louis F. Wolf Jr....

Broadcast Tech News – 2019 NAB Show to include new In-Vehicle Experience exhibit

The 2019 NAB Show will include new exhibit the In-Vehicle Experience. Located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, it will...

Broadcast Tech News – Saban Capital abandons merger plans with Sim & Panavision

Saban Capital has abandoned merger plans with Panavision and Toronto-headquartered production house Sim Video International. First announced last September, the $622 million deal would...

Supply Lines – NLogic announces new Services division

NLogic, which provides technology, data and consumer insight to the Canadian broadcast and advertising industry, has launched a new Services division.  Deepak Thonse, Director...

Broadcast Tech News – Sony’s next-gen camera system used for principal photography on political thriller Official Secrets

  Sony Electronics’s next-generation motion picture camera system, VENICE, has been used for principal photography on Entertainment One-produced political thriller Official Secrets, which premiered at...

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