Positive Flux’s 3rd annual report from the NAB conference focuses on the emergence of a new breed of story teller. This study extends trends identified in last years report and outlines new products and technologies which are changing broadcast production and distribution. $ Free
Our report from this year’s NAB conference, outlining technology and market trends that will lead our industry, to an inflection point. The technology trends lead to a point in time when the consumer experience may be better around the big MVPD (Cable, DBS & Telco) players than through them. If these predictions are correct, this has enormous implications for the financial future of the industry. $ Free
Stations Infrastructure 2011 Report [Executive Summary]
A free executive summary version of Positive Flux’s survey of US Television Station network affiliates designed to understand their technology, systems architectures and operations. The executive summary features the “Top Ten Things We Learned” and explores subject matter from the full report.
Positive Flux reveals results from their survey of US Television Stations to understand their technology, systems architectures and operations. This full report includes details of the system architectures and operational methods and is presented in a thirty-five page document. The report also identifies potential efficiencies identifying more than $250MM of potential savings and business opportunities. $ 1,200
US TV Networks Infrastructure
Positive Flux’s in-depth study on the distribution technology infrastructure inside the four major US Television Networks. Document explores content workflows, traffic systems, master control operations, distribution technology, and delivery to TV station affiliates. Document contains dozens of drawings, functional description and vendor choices.
Price Upon Request
Our report from the 2011 International Broadcast Convention in Amsterdam outlining new multi-platform tools, VANC editing solutions and new display and distribution technologies.
Our annual National Association of Broadcasters convention report features sections on cloud-based delivery of media, workflow & asset management, quality control, routing systems, multi-image monitoring, virtual presence, recording and much more.
Please enjoy. $ Free
Our second annual CES show report highlights growing trends in the media industry, outlines new and exciting technologies and identifies some things that are just plain cool. With specific focus on IP delivered television, interactivity, tablet computing, robotics, home automation and more, there is something for any professional inside and out of the media business.
Please enjoy. $ Free
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