The Broadcast Exchange features conversations with those leading the future of broadcast technology, design and content. From NewscastStudio with host Dak Dillon, the podcast dives into the changing world of media production with insights from those at the forefront. New episodes every two weeks.
This spring, Nexstar Media Group went all-in on NewsNation, its national newscast first launched in September 2020, through a rebranding of cable network WGN America and retooling of its schedule.
In this week's Broadcast Exchange, we speak with Blake Russell, Executive Vice President, Station Operations and Content Development, at Nexstar about the network, its broadcast technology stack and the metrics he's watching for s...
After 25 years under the Fox banner, 19 regional sports networks have rebranded as Bally Sports.
This change is more than a new logo and name for the sports channels, which Sinclair Broadcast Group acquired in 2019. The updates span eight existing studios and two new build-outs with 500 new pieces of on-set artwork and 64 updated desks.
In this week's Broadcast Exchange, we speak with Laura Mickelson, VP, production, Bally Spor...
Whether broadcasters wanted it to or not, 2020 turned into a real-world test of cloud production. From it, new workflows and technology are emerging to allow for better creation and distribution of content.
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cross, president of research & development at Vizrt, joins the Broadcast Exchange to discuss how the pandemic has shaped broadcast storytelling and what changes in workflows and toolsets might rem...
The Super Bowl gives broadcasters a unique stage to highlight the latest in design and technology.
This year's game on CBS was no exception, featuring a unique look with local flavor and an impressive augmented reality opening sequence.
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