Ppt on digital media broadcasting system

A confederation of 10 provinces Two founding European ancestries - England and France - hence two official languages and two parallel media structures.

either cable or satellite 73% are digital 33% are HD-equipped Source:CDN – BBM Canada – Jan ’11 Media Stats – June ‘10 2010 Media Technology Monitor (MTM) Major Suppliers in Canadian Media Conventional TV Specialty TV RadioMagazinesNewspapersOnlineOut of / Asian channel that is carried by the listed cable, satellite systems and broadcast Channel Zero Montreal - CJNT Source: Statistics Canada 2006 Census Aboriginal Broadcasters APTN Aboriginal People’s Television Network is a mandatory service available/


Public Media in Canada Group 11 is: Adella Angela Hanna Jasleen Michaela.

on investing in the public broadcasting system. Mark Allen, Director of Research and Analysis at the CBC/Radio-Canada says: ◦We have an industry thats focused on private broadcasters ◦The biggest problem for Canadian/broadcasting? Is public media still relevant? With increasing private concentration, public media has become important Private and public media are still trying to fix their revenue models Shrinking budgets, changing newsrooms Cultural identity? (Legislative mandate?) Privatization? Digital/


Chapter 6 The World of Media n A different kind of consumption “The Eyeball Business” n Time and Attention.

cathode ray n 1927 applies for patent n 1930 patent granted Early Broadcast - Television n First TV ads l Royal Crown Cola l /Media l Media Technology s Digital Explosion s New Delivery Systems - Internet, video stores, etc. The Media Boom! CD ‘Zine from Apple n Four Factors Changing Media l Media Technology s Digital Explosion s Delivery Systems - Internet, Netflix, DVDs n Four Factors Changing Media l Media Technology s Digital Explosion s Delivery Systems - Internet, Netflix, DVDs The Media Boom! l Media/


Defining a ‘democratic elite’: Key media in the battle for social responsibility Lee Duffield  Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia.

“stakeholders” more accountable and responsive, the system will acknowledge “public value related opportunities that accompany technological revolutions”, supporting the media services: pluralism and diversity of media, choice, inclusion, emancipation, a wide /determined by bilateral negotiation between governments and PS broadcasters. Case studies cited by Donders enforce the legitimacy of PS media, e.g. in Germany, a study of their innovative digital services – Mediatheks- exposed better accessibility for /


PBS/Las Vegas - 4/13/05 DAVID B. LIROFF, VP/CTO WGBH BOSTON 1 THE ROCKY ROAD TO DIGITAL v. 9.0 THE MEDIA ENVIRONMENT: PRINCIPAL DRIVERS OF CHANGE.

DIGITAL v. 9.0 THE MEDIA ENVIRONMENT: PRINCIPAL DRIVERS OF CHANGE PBS/Las Vegas - 4/13/05 DAVID B. LIROFF, VP/CTO WGBH BOSTON 2 What we’re going to talk about... Principal drivers of change in the media environment Some consequences of those changes Opportunities for public broadcasters/10/04 last “100 feet” are wireless no need for individual truck-rolls also useful to power companies to monitor their systems PBS/Las Vegas - 4/13/05 DAVID B. LIROFF, VP/CTO WGBH BOSTON 17 Principal Drivers of Change Shift /


1 Media Ethics Protection of Minors Self Regulation by RADIO & TELEVISION SUPREME COUNCIL (RTÜK) TURKEY.

26 Step 3 : Media Ethics ● Further to studies carried by RTUK in close co- operation with Television Broadcasters Association and academicians, “Broadcasting Ethical Principles” are signed between RTÜK and broadcasters. ● This study has been another part of self-regulatory approach of RTUK after the launch of “Smart Signs” system and “Viewer Representation” system. 27 Aim of the study ● Broadcasting ethical principles consist of 12 fundamental principles/


TRANSMISSION FUNDAMENTALS Review Q/A

the higher the potential data rate. Microwave Bandwidth and Data Rates Wireless (or, Unguided) Transmission Media Transmissions and receptions are achieved by means of an antenna and can be Directional Point-to-point / Broadcast Satellite: Review Question What is direct broadcast satellite (DBS) ? Direct broadcast satellite (DBS) refers to satellite television (TV) systems in which the subscribers, or end users, receive signals directly from geostationary satellites. Signals are broadcast in digital format/


ONE CARIBBEAN MEDIA THE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS THE OCM BOARD HAS A VERY EXPERIENCED BOARD THAT IS SUPPORTIVE OF THE VISION OF OCM AND.

Satellite Company AT&T Africa & Middle East AT&T Central Europe Ukraine JV AT&T Globalization (Belgium, Europe) AT&T Network Systems (Lucent)(1993-94) AT&T FTS2000 ($15 billion AT&T win ) AT&T Bell Laboratories Eric McLaren Phillips Health Experience Eric / in communications and media. Apart from the fact that Microsoft and Apple are on the bandwagon, HD is the most significant advancement in radio broadcasting since the introduction of FM stereo more than 50 years ago. iBiquity Digital and NPR announced /


Radio - Anindita Ganguly (9405).

and other listeners whom they never meet personally. RADIO as a MASS MEDIUM Radio has many advantages over other media. These include cost effectiveness, flexibility, imagery transfer, mobility and captive audience. However, some of the negative / radio. It is more effective with regard to noise and multipath fading for mobile listening. Digital audio broadcasting offers several benefits over analogue systems that include improved end-user features, lower cost, more stations, better reception quality, less/


The Broadcasting Environment and CBC/Radio-Canada’s Audience Performance Prepared for Hubert T. Lacroix’s Appearance Before the Heritage Committee on April.

of Contents Overview of the Broadcasting Industry 1 The Broadcasting Environment – CBC/Radio-Canada’s Audience Performance April 22, 2009 3 A mixed private/public system Employing some 53,000 Canadians/ 24 Hours % Radio-Canada Quebecor (Conv. & Spec.) Remstar Télé-Québec Astral Media (fr.) Other French Cdn TV English TV 25% 3% 8% 29% 14% 6%/ TV Distribution Over-the-air TVOver-the-air TV Analogue CableAnalogue Cable Digital CableDigital Cable DTH SatelliteDTH Satellite Wireless Cable (MDS)Wireless Cable (MDS)/


PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany Chapter 6 Digital Devices & Multimedia Visualizing TechnologyCopyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as.

are many different music services.  Some radio stations stream live over the Internet.  Many radio stations broadcast exclusively over the Internet. Visualizing TechnologyCopyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Music in /are multifunction devices that blend phone, PDA (personal digital assistant), and portable media player features and are popular in both the business and personal markets.  Smartphones run a mobile operating system such as iOS, Android, Blackberry, or Windows/


July 2013 Keith Horstman IT SERVICES PRESENTS: Digital Media Management.

duplicate efforts  Partial File Restore for Broadcast Assets –Archive a high resolution version of the asset –Restore only the clip (30-60 seconds) and not the full asset (3.5 hours) –Transcode to lower quality if necessary July | © 2013 Page 4 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NBA’s Digital Media Management Project Timeline Pre-game Planning (1994 – 2004) 1994  Statistical System 1998  Logging 1999  Virage – text based/


Communications Media Communications Medium / Media: –Path over which, Messages can be sent for, Communication between the source and the receiver. –2 types:

and Alarm Signals simultaneously in a Home security system. Guided Media Coaxial Cable: –Baseband Transmission: Only a single/ area network and hence it is, »Digital Transmission Guided Media Coaxial Cable: –In spite of high bandwidth/broadcast. Communications Media Unguided Media: –Forms of transmission that use unguided media are: Broadcast Radio Microwave –Cellular Radio Spread Spectrum Radio Infrared transmission Unguided Media Frequency Spectrum Unguided Media Frequency Spectrum Unguided Media Broadcast/


Broadcast Technology RTV 151 Telephony Internet & WWW Broadband etc. Telephony Internet & WWW Broadband etc.

Kahn and Vint Cerf) G Packet switching and IP addresses Domain Name System (DNS) G IP address 158.135.172.2 G Text-based DNS/Backseat TV G DTV – multicasting G DVB-H (digital video broadcasting - handheld) standard for broadcasting to handsets G DMB (digital multimedia broadcasting) for multimedia broadcasting -- not available in North America G Streaming allows/variables and too many unknowns to make an accurate prediction. G BUT – ‘mobile media’ – ‘Internet TV’ G “Survey Says Broadband To Lag TV in 2012./


Guy Berger, Rhodes University 2-4 February 2006 “The evolution of the media through convergence”. “Dialogue between telecom and media regulation stakeholders.

Cell Phone Cordless Phone Base Station xDSL Access Point Inkjet Printer Scanner Home Audio System Computer Digital Camera MP3 Player The Centre is variable! PDA Cell Phone Cordless Phone Base Station xDSL Access Point Inkjet Printer Scanner Home Audio System Computer Digital Camera MP3 Player Viewpoint: Mass media Other new media exploited Print & broadcast blur Dog and tail Which platform is primary in general? Who moves towards/


Innovation and Trend in New Media and Social Media for High Impact Training ICBT 24 February 2014 By Niken Widiastuti RRI President Director / President.

and entertainment/broadcast media industriesConvergence of telecommunications and entertainment/broadcast media industries Wire or wireless communicationWire or wireless communication Point to point or addressablePoint to point or addressable Interactive ( two way) ( now multiple conferencing)Interactive ( two way) ( now multiple conferencing) Technical Potentials of the New Media Technical Potentials of the New Media Costs of production dropping: makes media creation more accessible ( digital camera and/


Digital Media Funding Innovation Centred Funding for the Digital Media Age… Cannes, 21 May 2008 David Furmage Digital Media Policy Lead & Screen, Image.

is Digital Media? Digital television, digital radio, internet and mobile Screen, Image & Sound Cluster All ‘digital creative industries’ Film, television, animation, interactive media, games, radio, music, digital imaging What is Digital Media? For our Digital Media and Innovation Funds it is … Pixel Learning Distribution platforms such as broadband, mobile and digital broadcasting which have emerged in contrast to traditional analogue broadcasting. Includes internet based and mobile distribution systems/


UKRAINE’S MEDIA FIELD: OVERVIEW Internews Ukraine.

of digital television which could lead to eventual slowdown of the process. TV MARKET: Public Broadcasting System the public discussion on the launch – 2004 – 2005 4 concept papers on the PBS Development in Ukraine a host of official documents (such as Presidential decrees) to encourage the PBS introducing slowing down the issue no political will since every political force wants to control the media/


1 Digital Rights Working Group Pre-reading for second meeting March 23, 2006.

expensive patent law system can cause such as increasing barriers, higher cost, and commercialization of science –Scholarly context: Exploring how the benefits of digital media be used in education/digital Digital Media Project aims to share their findings with a broad range of stakeholders, including government officials, the media, artists, businesspeople, and the public at large As part of this ongoing outreach, the Berkman Center will be hosting a conference entitled “Beyond Broadcast: Reinventing Media/


Accommodating Convergence in the Digital Age Address by Prof. Yu-Li Liu Department of Radio and TV National Chengchi University 2008.3.29.

broadcasters (3+3) Nationwide: 3 Nationwide: 3 Regional: 3 Regional: 3 2. Digital TV   The goal : build a complete digitized media environment and advanced media industry digitized Estimated to achieve the goal of a complete digitized TV environment by 2010 or earlier 2. Digital/ SHYH-SHIN CATV GROUP CO.LTD. (Chia-Yi City and County)  VASTAR CABLE TV SYSTEM CO.LTD. (Taichung County)  6 Other cable system operators applied for 8 local fixed network licenses 5. Wireless Broadband Access (WBA)  Major goal/


TANZANIA COMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY AUTHORITY CONFERENCE THEME THE CHANGING BROADCAST LANDSCAPE:CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES BROADCASTING IS CHANGING FOREVER.

HABBI GUNZE DIRECTOR, BROADCASTING AFFAIRS TANZANIA COMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY AUTHORITY December 6, 20072 Agenda 1.0Overview of the Media Landscape 2.0 The Driving Forces Digitization and Convergence Digitization and Convergence New Media Services New Media Services New Delivery Platforms / TV SET MOBILE PHONES SET-TOP BOX IPOD COMPUTER December 6, 200722 2.7 IPTV A system whereby Digital Tv service is delivered using Internet Protocol over a secure private closed network infrastructure which may include/


Full Media and Pan-Education Shiyong Zhang Fudan University,Shanghai,China August 28, 2003 APAN 2003,BUSAN NiEC, FUDAN, Aug.28,2003.

Platform Overview of a Suggested Project Media Copyright Management System Digital Campus Information Management System Streaming Media Integrative Application Management Platform Multimedia Courseware Developing System Interactive Media Creator Intelligent Campus Card Family/Enterprise Intelligent Service Terminal Touch Screen Multimedia Information Service System Broadband Community E-Learning Platform Network Media synchronous Broadcast System Network TV Service System APAN 2003,BUSAN NiEC, FUDAN, Aug/


© 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco PublicITE I Chapter 6 1 Ethernet Network Fundamentals – Chapter 9 Modified by Tony Chen 04/22/2009.

the 1 st Ethernet LAN more than thirty years ago. –The first Ethernet standard was published in 1980 by a consortium of Digital Equipment Corporation, Intel, and Xerox (DIX).  In 1985, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards committee / to enter the map in the ARP table. © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco PublicITE 1 Chapter 6 64 ARP Broadcasts Issues  Overhead on the Media –As a broadcast frame, an ARP request is received and processed by every device on/


Broadcast Technology RTV 151 Telephony Internet & WWW Broadband & Wireless Digital Mobile Communication Telephony Internet & WWW Broadband & Wireless Digital.

is ‘Digital Media’? / New Media -- Canada DMS Canada DMS G What is ‘Internet 2’? (chapter) G Increase speeds G Spread technologies and applications G Take advantage of digital libraries, /G DTV – multicasting G DVB-H (digital video broadcasting - handheld) standard for broadcasting to handsets G DMB (digital multimedia broadcasting) for multimedia broadcasting -- not available in North America G Streaming/ up to 2 Mbps. UMTS is based on the Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication. 3G vs. 4G G Explanation/


© 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco PublicITE I Chapter 6 1 Ethernet Network Fundamentals – Chapter 9 Modified by Tony Chen 04/22/2009.

the 1 st Ethernet LAN more than thirty years ago. –The first Ethernet standard was published in 1980 by a consortium of Digital Equipment Corporation, Intel, and Xerox (DIX).  In 1985, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standards committee / to enter the map in the ARP table. © 2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco PublicITE 1 Chapter 6 64 ARP Broadcasts Issues  Overhead on the Media –As a broadcast frame, an ARP request is received and processed by every device on/


HD Visual Communication System Sales Guide. Introduction Introduction Having a suitable communication tool between people in distance is now an essential.

Audio Visual Film valid pixels The pixels of an image which a digital camera or similar device records on a digital media such as a memory card. A digital camera converts from several hundred thousand to several million light- receiving /method for digital video, that records video in HDTV equivalent quality on DV cassettes. NTSC (National Television System Committee) Name of the U.S. standardization body that developed the standard for the ground-wave analog color television broadcasting system. The /


Media Pluralism and Media Ownership BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA Culture of debating, Freedom of expression and independent media, Ohrid.

to the broadcasters in order to prevent possible violations of Art. 69 Culture of debating, Freedom of expression and independent media, Ohrid 3-4 April Future regulatory challenges: Implementation of the AVMS Directive and developing of by-legislation Reform of media concentration rules in digital and interactive environment: integrated, half integrated or fully integrated systems Licensing of audio-visual media service providers: local, regional.. DIGITAL Regulation of/


Presentation of Curricula THE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING OF APPLIED STUDIES DIGITAL BROADCASTING AND BROADBAND TECHNOLOGIES DBBT project.

2*64 2 9 Applied Research Work*64 2 10 Master Thesis Work*184 2 * Mandatory Digital Broadcasting and Broadband Technologies Master studies– Curriculum Media recording and presentation* Objectives: Students should learn the basics of audio and video signals, signal path and fundamental principles of audio and video systems. Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will know the organization and functioning of/


CCTV Security & surveillance Intelligent transport systems Industrial control Site and facilities management Access control Broadcast systems City & town.

LED indicators No electrical or optical adjustments Industrially-hardened transmission products fibre optic wireless broadcast network transmission Industrial Ethernet Media Converters Ethernet Switch Range O perating temperature range -40 ° C to +/in an IT room Industrially-hardened transmission products fibre optic wireless broadcast network transmission Typical System Configuration: Electrical Splitter Digital-video Broadcast Industrial broadcast interfaces A KBC splitter is used to distribute video to /


AU-200 Digital Audio Workstations

44.1 k to 48 k made a noticeable difference in sound quality. 32 kHz : The broadcast standard Sample Rate. Most radio stations broadcast within the limits of a 15K bandwidth. 44.056 kHz : The original Sony PCM-F1 /virtual instruments Good sound from plug-ins Digital Recording Systems Sony Media Software (Windows) Acid Pro Powerful loop-based program Offers some recording capabilities Loops and beats adjust to MIDI sequence tempo Digital Recording Systems Other Software of interest Live Reason GigaSampler/


SURFnets streaming media initiatives Egon Verharen Innovation management, SURFnet Why streaming Past, present and future of SURFnets.

broadcasts (on request, fee) Tribute MM as op. mgt partner http://stream.surfnet.nl 13 Nordunet 2000 Real Media Version 6 operational version (july 2000) Memory leak in v7 when live streaming Split live and VoD in two systems//encoding/ streaming - user interface/webserver - content management - support 23 Nordunet 2000 NAA in Academia 24 Nordunet 2000 Present Digital Video innovation projects –Showcase demo environment –High-end streaming VIP SURFnet Video Portal (SVP) SURFnet-TV –Low-end streaming /


International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Workshop on Home Networking and Home Services Tokyo, Japan, 17-18 June 2004 Home Server/Network Systems toward.

for television signals, sound signals and interactive services TA6: Higher data rate storage media, data structures and equipment TA7: Moderate data rate storage media, equipment and systems TA8: Multimedia home server systems Title of each TA ITU-T 4 dates TA8: Multimedia home server systems o Established in May, 2002 o Background: 1.Growing Terrestrial Digital TV Broadcast 2.Growing PVR (Private Video Recorder) 3.Homeserver-based/


Subregional Seminar and Ministerial Round Table on Switchover from Analog to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe.

Media Services (AVMSD) Communication from the Commission to the Council, European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the regions on accelerating the transition from analogue to digital broadcasting Recommendation/e.g. by preparing subtitles for its digital programmes). Economic issues Several aspects must be considered : Technical, financial and other means needed for realizing the digital broadcasting network systems of the Republic of Serbia The investment/


Company Profile Silicondust USA, Inc. was formed in early 2007, introducing HDHomeRun Network Attached Digital TV Tuners to the consumer market. HDHomeRun.

provide high mix, low volume manufacturing, mid to high volume, build-to-order, full system assembly and test, direct order fulfillment, and delivery of product directly to the end-customer/Application • IPTV unicasting, multicasting, steaming • Streaming to designated video clients. VLC, QuickTV, or Windows Media Player HDRACK • Enterprise site-wide multicast streaming • Digital broadcast diagnostics/troubleshooting • Head-end monitoring • Customized commercial applications TECH3-8US-2X4 / TECH3-8EU-2X4 • 8/


Chinese Broadcasting Media Scene and its Change in the Context of Globalization Dr. Hu Zhengrong Professor, Communication University of China Research.

as being listed at stock market Beijing Gehua Cable Network, Ltd. E, Lowering market barriers such as more international and domestic investment Production/ distribution companies, cinema chains, cable network digitalization, channel leasing, outsourcing II. The Issues of Chinese Broadcasting Media A, The current policy and system is still hindering broadcasting media development Control: ideology, personnel, policy B, the relationship between ownership and management unchanged client-agency/


Developing a Blended Learning Strategy:

environment between the instructor and students at multiple sites. Synchronous Web-Based Instruction (WBI)/Web Conferencing (Synchronous Learning Systems) Internet-based and delivered over the Web that enable synchronous audio and/or text chat, video, document and /Instructor feedback can be facilitated through the use of e-mail. Used extensively to support other media Recorded Audio (Tape and digital broadcast) Recorded audio content—on tape or transmitted electronically—which can be used as a stand-alone/


Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast standardization in ETSI Dr. Gabrielle Owen ETSI TC ERM.

and data services to fixed, portable and mobile devices. Media Forward Link Only It is a technology to transmit data to portable devices such as cell phones and PDAs, used for mobile TV. Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-GRSC9-08 15 Main ETSI deliverables (1) –Radio Broadcasting Systems; Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) to mobile, portable and fixed receivers (EN 300/


Communications Laboratory Lecture Series

Digital Media First media systems were analog Most media are converting to digital Computer storage Music (LP-CD) Telecommunications Multimedia Radio (DAB) Television No-one is talkingabout or developing analog systems any more. Standard Definition Television SDTV The current television display system/ more rapidly than terrestrial systems. Market priorities meant that digital satellite and cable broadcasting systems would have to be developed rapidly. DVB-T Terrestrial broadcasting followed since it has /


U.S. Case Study - June 14, 2005 and Role of the Media Ted Buehner, Warning Coordination Meteorologist National Weather Service Seattle, Washington, USA.

minutes) Voice Message (Up to 2 minutes) End of Message Tones/Codes End of Message Tones/Codes EAS Tones Are Digital EAS Tones Are Digital Header Code Header Code Who – Originator Code Who – Originator Code What – Event Code What – Event Code Where –/Maps Tsunami Warning System Flow Chart Tsunami Interviews and More Distributed in Person to TV/Radio Broadcasters via a Tsunami Media Tour Plan to Update Kit Each Year Plan to Conduct Tsunami Media Tour Each Year Media –Created a Tsunami Media Kit Joint Effort /


The national case: Italy. Mapping Digital Media: Italy Digital terrestrial television was introduced in Italy with the adoption of the Digital Broadcasting.

case: Italy Mapping Digital Media: Italy Digital terrestrial television was introduced in Italy with the adoption of the Digital Broadcasting Law in 2004. The switch-off of analog broadcasting started in 2009 and is based on the progressive “digitization” of regional areas. The deadline for the definitive switch-over from analog to digital broadcasting is set for 31 December 2012. The transition to digital terrestrial radio (digital audio broadcasting, or DAB) is/


Digital Video Carnegie Mellon © © Copyright 2001 Michael G. Christel and Alexander G. Hauptmann Video Video comes from a camera, which records what it.

system November 1998: HDTV transmissions begin at 27 stations in the top 10 marketsNovember 1998: HDTV transmissions begin at 27 stations in the top 10 markets May 1999: network affiliates in the top 10 markets must show at least 50% digital programmingMay 1999: network affiliates in the top 10 markets must show at least 50% digital programming November 1999: digital broadcasts/ Hauptmann QuickTime An ISO standard for digital mediaAn ISO standard for digital media Created by Apple Computer Inc., 1993Created /


Cmns 130 New Media ( Chapter 8 in Text)  Definition & the Information Revolution  Changing economics  Changing regulation  Social Issues  Social Challenges:

: distributed, fast digital networks wired and wireless  Convergence: refers to merging of what were three separate industries: telecommunications, computing, and electronics or broadcasting Cmns 130 Characteristics of New Media  Convergence of telecommunications and entertainment/broadcast media industries  Wire /it  In Canada today, we have one of the most consolidated media systems in the world, with a high degree of cross-media ownership Cmns 130 Risk and Political Economy Game  Inventors of new /


National situation in field of spectrum management and broadcasting Gyula Simon Head of International Frequency Bureau National Media and Infocommunications.

Approves Interconnection of Magyar Telekom and Telenor Networks Published on 26. 02. 2015. The National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) has approved the agreement concluded by Magyar Telekom Nyrt. and Telenor/systems into new technology 3,4 – 3,8 GHz band (4) Within this framework we have to clarify For the used 3,4-3,6 GHz band licences expire in July 2016 14 Rules and procedure of digital switchover 15 Rules of digital switchover The license provides the right to operate digital broadcasting/


Understanding and Selling With the Media Audit

period of two years. Approximately 200 families leave the program each month so the sample is constantly changing. Broadcast vs. Print Criticism of the broadcast diary system: People tend to watch TV individually now – increasing the burden of tracking and recording viewing. Channel / and necessary component of an ad campaign. Let’s take a closer look at print media and some advantages it has over its digital counterparts. Tangibility – A print piece is a physical thing. Magazines and newspapers can stay /


The Future of the South African Broadcasting Industry October 2000 PwC.

policy and legislation to: –Promoting free and fair competition so that the SA broadcasting system can be globally competitive (White paper, p11) –Encouraging investments in the broadcasting sector (White paper, p17) The Competition Act also emphasises growth and investment/ circumstance” (UK Dept. of Culture, Media and Sport, 1999) Other countries have recognised that this balance between flexibility and stability in broadcasting policy is key to meeting the challenges of the digital age: –In the US the FCC/


Goals Identify common media connectors Identify common network components Identify features of 802 project network standards (hardware protocols) – 802.2.

are Under a domain Under another OU Media terminology Carrier wave – the constant voltage of electrical current that carries the data; what the signal wave rides on. Encoding – the representation of the computers digital zeroes and ones as a physical signal /. –RARP- assign IP address to MAC address WINS NETBIOS to IP Requires WINS server WINS database is dynamic– system broadcasts when it boots to the network Server extracts information Hosts and LMHosts Statically resolve IP addresses Hosts DNS to IP /


Video Media Department of Computer Education KMUTNB.

in TV Interlaced scanning principles 724401 11 Video Media Multimedia Scanning Sequence in TV 525-line systems : 262.5 each field, 240 visible 625-line systems : 312.5 each field, 288 visible 724401 12 Safe Frame From Camera View Finder To TV To Digital File 724401 13 Video Media Multimedia Broadcast Television Video resolution and quality 724401 14 Video Media Multimedia 3 Main Properties of a Color/


111 TRANSITION FROM ANALOGUE TO DIGITAL BROADCASTING Legislative, Policy and regulatory aspects François Rancy/Istvan Bozsoki ITU Transition to Digital.

.11 Nat. Telecom, Broad/Media Acts 2.12 Law Enforcement & Execution Transition to Digital Broadcasting and Digital Dividend 6-7 October 2011, Belgrade 4 Technology & Standards Regulation 4 When licensing DTTB and MTV services only set standards, if: – A significant risk of market failure is expected – Safeguarding public interests/Universal Services is required If deemed necessary, only set standards for system elements that support the/


Overview digital media.... Discussion -- revisit theory What does ‘the media’ refer to? Press, cinema, broadcasting, etc.) The ‘new media’ as a term?

Overview digital media... Discussion -- revisit theory What does ‘the media’ refer to? Press, cinema, broadcasting, etc.) The ‘new media’ as a term? Less settled, known, identified Intensity of change Ideological connotations of new Non-technical inclusiveness (gui) New Media… New textual /1983 Made possible by... TCP/IP protocol (Bob Kahn and Vint Cerf) Packet switching and IP addresses Domain Name System (DNS) IP address 158.135.172.2 Text-based DNS translates human language into the computer’s ‘phone /


02/Mar/2001 MPEG-7 Applications: Multimedia Content Retrieval, IMA Workshop 6B, University of Minnesota Winter 2001: IMA Workshop 6B Digital Libraries:

Retrieval, IMA Workshop 6B, University of Minnesota Some Application Domains Digital libraries, Education (image catalogue, musical dictionary, Bio-medical imaging catalogues…) l Multimedia editing (personalised electronic news service, media authoring) l Cultural services (history museums, art galleries, etc.), l Multimedia directory services (e.g. yellow pages, Tourist information, Geographical information systems) l Broadcast media selection (radio channel, TV channel,…) l Journalism (e.g. searching/


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