Taking a broader view on media distribution

EBU tech-i 043

Issue 43 of tech-i examines the evolution of media distribution, where WRC-19 has provided a measure of clarity around spectrum use in the medium term and the potential of 5G continues to generate great interest.

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  • Broadcasting, 5G and spectrum – Antonio Arcidiacono on future distribution options
  • EBU Data Pool; Object-based audio master class
  • Production Technology Seminar 2020 – snapshots of the event
  • Deepfakes: an opportunity for public service media – the worrying growth of video deepfakes and what can be done
    about it
  • 5G broadcast trial lined up for Vienna – Austria’s ORS tests the capabilities of feMBMS for content
  • 5G: friend or foe for digital radio? – how do 5G and DAB+ compare when it comes to radio
  • Keeping radio in the connected car – the SWR audio lab focuses on integrating radio in connected cars
  • Spectrum: off to a good start for WRC-23 – the EBU contributed to several successful outcomes for
    broadcasters at November’s WRC-19
  • Live HDR production: testing the best workflows together – NRK hosts valuable tests of live HDR production workflows
  • 4K HDR Immersive logo – a new logo helps ensure UHDTV interoperability
  • AI and Data Initiative: harnessing the potential of AI for PSM – bringing EBU Members together around
    common challenges
  • Why produce UHD while we’re still delivering in HD? – David Wood asks how we can get the most out of UHD displays
  • TV distribution: looking ahead – the latest forecasts from the EBU Media Intelligence Service
  • Partner Profiles: RadioDNS – standardizing the convergence of broadcast radio and IP
  • In the spotlight: Nathalie Jaquet, RTS – Chair of the New Builders Community of Practice