Tag: Engineering

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – William F. White expands internationally

William F. White International (WFW) parent company Sunbelt Rentals has acquired Movietech Camera Rentals, a leading independent camera, lens and grip rental specialist for...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Rogers unveils advisory team overseeing...

Rogers Communications has introduced the advisory council that will oversee its proposed National Centre of Technology and Engineering Excellence in Calgary, following the anticipated...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NAB Show hands out Product...

NAB Show, which is underway in Las Vegas, has announced the winners of the fourth annual Product of the Year Awards during a live...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Bell Media offers virtual in-content...

Bell Media is now offering virtual in-content advertising opportunities using tech that places product and signage into series during post-production. Tylenol and TD are...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Dielectric unveils innovation to resolve...

ADVERTORIAL: The vast majority of UHF North American broadcast antennas today are slotted cylinder pylon antennas, which offer benefits including smaller tower footprints, fewer...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Marina Glogovac has been appointed CEO and President of the Toronto Star, effective June 1. She succeeds Lorenzo DeMarchi, who has been serving...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Toronto’s Sabio acquires Streaming TV...

Sabio Holdings, through its newly-formed subsidiary, Vidillion Corp., has completed the acquisition of Vidillion Inc., a U.S. based Streaming TV supply side platform (SSP)...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Steve Pratt and Chris Boyce have announced their respective departures from Pacific Content, the Rogers Sports & Media-owned branded podcast studio they co-founded....

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Meta to create new Canadian...

Meta has announced the creation of a new Canadian engineering hub, to be based in Toronto, and plans to hire up to 2,500 employees...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Adrian Harewood is leaving CBC Ottawa as of July 1 to focus on his work with Carleton School of Journalism. Harewood has been...

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