Tag: Tech

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – HIDI Group announces expansion into...

The HIDI Group has announced the consulting engineering firm's expansion into Ottawa. Ahmad Shakil will head the office in the National Capital Region, joining...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Starline acquires United Star Suites

Starline Group Inc. has announced its acquisition of United Star Suites (USS) to meet increasing trailer and truck rental demand from the film and...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Liquid Media’s Reelhouse partners with...

Liquid Media Group has partnered with Eventival to offer a direct-to-consumer solution to help filmmakers monetize their work after a festival run and over...

WABE 2020 Virtual Conference

WABE (Western Association of Broadcast Engineers) is hosting the first-ever virtual edition of its annual conference, Nov. 4-5. It’s also considering in-person, socially distanced,...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Orban makes free Loudness Meter...

Orban is making its Loudness Meter software available free of charge. The software is sponsored by Orban’s loudness controllers for FM radio, television, and streaming. Learn more here.

Bob Orban Offers Free Loudness Meter for Windows and macOS

Orban is making its Loudness Meter software available free of charge. The software is sponsored by Orban’s loudness controllers for FM radio, television, and streaming....

My Quibble with Quibi: A Lesson for Canada?

Like many people in the industry I wasn’t surprised to see Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Quibi shut down last week after rapidly blowing through $1.8 billion...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NAB Show Product of the...

The NAB Show Product of the Year Awards were announced at NAB Show New York, during a virtual Product of the Year Awards celebration....

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News

The IP Showcase, presented by the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), will participate in the upcoming 2020 NAB Show New York digital experience,...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Slawko Klymkiw, CEO of the Canadian Film Centre (CFC), will retire in spring 2021 after 15 years at the organization’s helm. Klymkiw, who...

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