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Broadcasters are showing increased interest in the use of mobile broadband technologies, particularly for programme distribution, including distribution of linear broadcast services.
In 2017, Augmented Reality gained momentum due to the release of Software Development Kits and Computer Graphics productions from big players, such as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Snapchat. This guide provides an introduction to the latest AR developments.
This document aims at describing opportunities in the distribution of audiovisual content and services over 5G networks.
This report presents a value chain model of business objects and the cycle of business processes in digital media enterprises. The scope of the model is end to end, representing all value adding activities by media enterprises and their consumers.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) can make major difference to image quality. This EBU guide is meant to help EBU Members find their way in the concepts and standards that form the basis of the current HDR technology.
The December 2017 issue of EBU tech-i magazine includes an overview of the new SMPTE ST 2110 standard, another significant milestone on the road to fully IP-based production, along with an update on how Switzerland's SRF is taking on the IP orchestration challenge.
This recommendation concerns the deployment of digital radio in Europe. Key words are DAB, DAB+, DRM and RadioDNS. The document also mentions broadband, linear and non-linear distribution, and the use of Band III VHF.