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The document provides a set of fundamental high level recommendations for integrated newsroom systems that are backed up by detailed technical information.
This fact sheet debunks three main myths behind the spectrum debate. It describes why the spectrum debate is an important one with widespread impact for public service media.
Broadcasters produce a wide range of content and services as traditional linear radio and TV but also as time-shifted, on-demand, hybrid content and data services. This study assessing the distribution options available to broadcasters now and for the future.
Issue 20 of tech-i includes news on newsrooms, addresses the question if FTA TV is dead, takes a look at MPEG MMT, provides a profile of the new EBU TC chairman Egon Verharen (NPO) and features two articles explaining what UHDTV will offer. And there is more...
The mantra of this document is “good enough storage solutions at reasonable costs”. The document discusses "good enough storage" in the context of broadcasting and provides understanding about the differences between prices and costs.
Recommendation to use an average programme loudness of -23 LUFS and the 'Loudness Range' and 'Maximum True Peak Level' descriptors. Version 3.0 (June 2014).
LED lighting is energy efficient but incorrect installation can lead to interference to AM, FM and DAB radio reception. Recommendations for professional installers and guidance for the public is given in this fact sheet.
Issue 19 of tech-i includes articles on Mobile Journalism at RTÉ in Ireland, a new free cooling system at RTP in Portugal, and the outsourcing of content streaming at DR in Denmark. There are also updates on the Joint Task Force on Networked Production, and more...