You're generating more data than ever, but are you making sure it's safe?
When we choose not to put something online, or not to produce something if it’s “just for web,” we are choosing not to serve an audience. And the audience we’re choosing not to serve is critical to our future.
It turns out people are still podcasting. So here's a cheap setup that'll get you the best bang for your buck.
Do we really have to caption online-only content? I want to caption everything, but how do I justify it to my organization when technically we may not have to?
Not too long ago I attended an event for broadcast engineers. After more than one welcome to “engineers and wives,” a speaker talked about how important it is for us
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. When an HDR source like a game or video is displayed on an HDR TV, there’s a much bigger difference between dark stuff and light stuff than there is on a regular TV.
In prep for our teleportation podcast, I remembered a conversation I had years ago with @gregbobak about teleportation in Star Trek, and if it’s actually you that comes out the other end.
If all you're concerned with is resolving detail, you're missing the point.
Calculate how enormous a TV the experts say you need!