Contemporary Research Presents Innovative Broadcasting Solutions at NAB Show

NAB Show is home to the world’s largest collection of vendors driving the future of media and entertainment. From content creation to consumption, myriad solutions await visitors on the show floor. These are organized into eight Exhibit Categories to allow for efficient exploration. Get the first look at new products, discover import/export opportunities, and…

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QMOD-QIP Encoders now accept 1080psf24 video

Just when you think you know a thing or two about video formats, you find there’s always one more thing you didn’t know about. 1080psf24 stands for Progressive Segmented Frames. When the 1080p standard appeared, there were many cameras and video storage systems based on 1080i and couldn’t handle 1920 x 1080 progressive frames. So studios created a hybrid format called…

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Blazing A New Trail

AV Technology Sept. 2014 By James Careless Blazing A New Trail Using a Cable TV-Style RF Distribution system moves signal economically for Glenn Beck’s The Blaze. Love him or hate him, Glenn Beck is a media phenomenon.This is why this former Fox News commentator has been able to strike out on his own—and make money doing it. One of Beck’s successes is his…

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QMOD HD-SDI modulators create a virtual HD-SDI routing system for two Georgia TV studios.

Noted in the August 2012 edition of Broadcast Engineering, Professional Communication Systems created a unique in-house broadcast installation for two Augusta, GA TV stations sharing the same building WJBF (ABC) and WAGT (NBC). To reduce HD-SDI routing costs, the integrator employed five Contemporary Research QMOD HD-SDI Modulators to distribute HD-SDI feeds…

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Broadcast

Broadcasters, from local-area TV stations to program channels such as WWE, TMZ,  and The Home Shopping Network, employ HD-SDI as the standard for the studio. However, up to recently, they didn’t have a vehicle to deliver the HD studio feed to the rest of the facility. For most sites, the high-resolution studio feed was reduced to a low-resolution analog TV for…

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Contemporary Research HDTV Tuner Keeps Helicopter News Broadcasts In Sync With Studio Needs

DALLAS, April 19, 2009 – The Contemporary Research 232-ATSC HDTV Tuner has become standard equipment for operators of TV station helicopters when they race to cover breaking news. Once overhead and hovering, the helicopter’s electronic news gathering system allows the pilot and reporter to synchronize with the studio and enables them to anticipate the take for…

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Fox News, Studio H elects 232-ATSC Tuners

Featured in Sound and Video Contractor Inside Scoop: Fox News, Studio H Creating the 36-by-48-foot Studio H on the 12th floor of the Fox News building in midtown Manhattan began with the build-out of a new two-story studio shell, complete with video cabling and a powered lighting grid. As executives fielded design ideas and bids, the race began: Deadlines were tight…

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