Broadcast Engineering World Edition magazine for February 2012 edition has been released. You can read latest news on video, broadcast, production, telecom, and cable technology in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
4K2K Sensors And More
By Steve Mullen
Several paradoxes lay in the path from NTSC to 4K2K production. First, although it is trivial to build a CMOS sensor with several times the 8.3MP needed…
A BMS Checklist
By David Shapiro
Today’s broadcasting management environment presents us with many new challenges, such as nonlinear scheduling, multiple platform broadcasting and advertising,…
2012: A Bumper Year For European OBs
By Kevin Hilton
Outside broadcasts are important to the TV industry and viewers alike. This is illustrated by how much of the schedule is taken up with live or recorded…
Geographic Eligibility: Selected International (Outside of the USA and Canada)
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