Posts Tagged ‘NAB’

Calrec’s Advent Day 16: SDI

It seems rude not to namecheck the Serial Digital Interface (or SDI) on Day 16 of our Advent Calendar. It’s everywhere these days – we even demoed it at NAB and IBC this year as part of our demonstration on connectivity – and is a brilliantly clever use of unwanted and unloved surplus space. The […]

Networking with Henry Goodman

NAB is a perfect opportunity to network. Here we have Henry Goodman talking to Broadcast Show about how we network here at Calrec.

Who wrestled a bear at NAB 2012?

And relax. It’s over and most international visitors are now back at their desks ploughing through a mountain of emails. So how did NAB go? Well, the NAB themselves seem happy with preliminary attendance figures of 92,112 attendees, which is very slightly up on 2011 figures (but only by 180 visitors).  They also reported an […]

NAB: It’s not all about sales

NAB’s not all about sales. Okay, so it’s mostly about sales. But when you have thousands of different manufacturers in the same air-conditioned building in the middle of a desert, it’s also a fabulous opportunity to establish, develop and cement relationships, and sign pieces of important paper with other technology companies. Like here these two […]

DTV: training, education and loudness at NAB

The Loudness training Chris talks about in the podcast can be found here. The DTV Group’s key initiatives for DTV audio (and 5.1 in particular) include promoting better understanding of 5.1 DTVA amongst content creators, manufacturers, and consumers, documenting best practices and developing educational programs around 5.1 DTV audio. We would recommend bookmarking their website for future reference. […]