Tag: Engineering

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Omny Studio reporting capabilities expanded

Triton Digital has announced an expansion of both reporting and categorization capabilities within its podcast platform, Omny Studio. To provide publishers with a more...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Pattison Media announces rollout of...

Pattison Media, along with digital media partner, Lift Interactive, has announced the rollout of Nimble, an integrated digital media service tailored to local business....

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Terry DiMonte has announced he's hanging up his headphones after a more than four-decade career in broadcasting. His last day on Montreal's CHOM...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Bell introduces self-serve demand-side platform...

Bell has announced a strategic alliance with advertising tech company Xandr, to leverage its platform to deliver a proprietary omni-channel demand-side platform (DSP) for...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Vevo app launching on VIDAA-powered...

Vevo has partnered with smart TV operating system, VIDAA, to launch the Vevo app on VIDAA-powered smart TVs, including models by Hisense and Toshiba....

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – RØDE introduces new podcast app...

RØDE has introduced RØDE Connect, an app that allows up to four NT-USB Minis to connect to a single computer. It features a recording...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NAB Show and SCTE announce...

NAB Show and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) have announced a joint forum Oct. 12 that will link SCTE·ISBE Cable-Tec Expo in...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Broadcast technician training to be...

Western Association of Broadcasters (WABE) President Rob Brown says the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) has confirmed it’s leaving the future training of...

Ross Virtual Career Fair

Ross Videois holding its very first Virtual Career Fair and private Meet & Greet! If you are interested in learning more about Ross Video...

Future broadcast tech training left to industry

Western Association of Broadcasters (WABE) President Rob Brown says the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) has confirmed it's leaving the future training of...

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