Cisco continues to see customer acceptance of its intent-based networking solutions that use automation, network analytics and machine learning, and the company still sees a major ... More
HITS is a community of IT executives representing the Hollywood studios and supporting information technology partners which includes (1) MPAA member studios (and other significant non-MPAA member studios), (2) supporting key media services providers, (3) software vendors, and (4) services firms.
Organized under the aegis of the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA), which represents the service and technology solution providers, the Society embraces the entire entertainment industry consisting of film studios, TV networks, home entertainment divisions of Hollywood studios, video game publishers and music labels.
By Megan Cater, senior manager of digital content, Signiant - Since their inception, the Summer and Winter Games have endeavored to transcend linguistic and cultural difference... More
Oracle used its annual CloudWorld conference in New York Feb. 12 to announce the planned expansion of its current regional cloud infrastructure footprint, demonstrate advancements ... More
By Jason Friedlander, Director, Marketing Communications, Verizon Digital Media Services - Thanks to the Supreme Court’s refusal in 2009 to hear the Cablevision remote DVR ca... More
IBM is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to automate the closed captioning process as part of its latest offering, Watson Captioning, according to David Kulczar, senior offer... More
By Paul Flaharty, Regional VP, Los Angeles, Robert Half Technology - There was good news for tech professionals who planned a career move in 2017: The general IT hiring market ... More
By Cory Bialowas, SVP, Product Management, Signiant - Over the past year, we've added several significant new capabilities to Manager+Agents, our flagship solution for automated... More
Technicolor continues to make strides with the implementation of its High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, as U.S. broadcasters continue to embrace HDR in general more widely than U... More