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This publication provides advice to reduce the risk of persistent 'image retention' (so-called image burn-in) on production monitors (and by extension CE) displays.
In order to achieve plug-and-play interoperability in ST-2110-based Live IP production infrastructures, a 'Full Stack' of protocols is sought. This slide details the 'Minimum Stack' of protocolls needed to achieve this goal.
This Technical Report describes the results of the listening test to evaluate the performance of renderers using the MS-IPM methodology.
The renewed momentum across Europe behind the transition to digital radio providing new possibilities for innovation in the service offering. Alongside this, hybrid enables innovation in the user experience by enhancing broadcast with broadband-delivered services.
The EBU is working with its Members to give editorial and digital teams a set of powerful tools to better understand end users, produce and deliver relevant content, measure the impact, and adapt the individual end user’s experience.
Next Generation Audio (NGA) can deliver features such as immersive sound, multiple languages or flex-time audio in a single, multi-purpose workflow and stream.
For Public Service Media access services such as subtitling are very important. The formats used for its creation and distribution are evolving and converging around IMSC.
Public service media are increasingly using generic IT hardware, networks and storage systems to produce their content and preserve their valuable assets.
The emerging 5G broadband technology may allow broadcasters to produce their content in a more efficient way and may become a new distribution platform for their services.