Michael Darer

MLB steps back up to the plate with remote production »

While MLB has already demonstrated a profound readiness to innovate in the face of COVID-19, it’s likely that the league and the broadcasters who cover it will continue to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of the moment.

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The LMT is making localization more effective than ever »

Created in 2017 and officially launched in 2018, the LMT is a standardized and unified source of reference for media organizations looking to apply language-specific metadata to a given piece of content to enable localization.

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ATSC 3.0 could revolutionize OTA television, but only for broadcasters who are ready »

When our industry discusses the potential of upgrades like ATSC 3.0, it’s important to remember that we’re also raising the bar on ourselves. If we announce new technology that allows us to more easily broadcast extremely high-res content, we will be expected to do so.

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Political conventions look to remote production to thrive under COVID-19 »

Under normal circumstances, political events such as nominating conventions are produced much in the same way as a major sporting event. This year, we will see smaller teams on-site and many working remotely to maintain safety.

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Where does media truly stand with 5G? »

“5G removes all the limitations we had with the things you have to plug in. Less gear and no limitation on where you can be,” Sahara says. “As long as you're somewhere in the network, somewhere you can get a signal, you can do what you need to do. And that's the freedom that 5G will enable.”

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Signiant is 5G ready. Are you? »

As major innovations like 5G promise to reshape the media landscape in ways both small and large, Signiant strives to provide tools that help businesses navigate each new curve as it appears.

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Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium plans suggest the full potential of 5G »

As these innovators envisioned, Nou Camp would have a wide range of 360-degree cameras installed all throughout the stadium, capturing footage from nearly every possible vantage, including the team bench.

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5G might ride the remote production wave »

5G could not have begun to establish itself at a more fitting moment. For broadcasters and production companies that want to keep their teams safe and socially distant, build more flexible content creation strategies, and experiment with new technologies and resolutions, 5G provides clear support, making it easier to connect personnel and files.

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The 2020 MLB Draft proves to be a home run for remote production »

Of the many live sports events that have leveraged remote production technology to return to the field in the wake of COVID-19, one of the earliest and most impressive was the 2020 NFL Draft, which was held over three days in late April. This month, we’ve seen this spirit once again as the 2020 MLB Draft airs between June 10th and June 11th, bringing baseball fans some of the excitement they’ve been deferred.

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Taking the field: how live sports are returning in the wake of COVID-19 »

The industry is certain to go through even more dynamic transformations once live production resumes in full, but until then, the journey that live sports has embarked on and the creativity and tenacity the industry has demonstrated continues to captivate.

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