We’re just a few weeks away from the release of an all-new version of LyricX. Over the last many months, ChyronHego’s product management and engineering teams have been laser focused on delivering to our customers a significantly improved usability and performance experience.
One of the most prominent broadcasting technology trends right now is the move from baseband video (cabled video signal from one production device to another) to a full IP-based production workflow. The shift towards non-linear TV, in particular via mobile and Internet streamed media, is led by industry trendsetters such as Netflix, YouTube and Vimeo, with a rapidly increasing audience. In fact, today’s young viewers, ages 13 - 24, consume 2.5 times as much Internet video as TV*.
WISH-TV, a 24-hour news channel and CW affiliate based in Indianapolis, Indiana has long been using ChyronHego’s Channel Box solution.
Sports arenas are transforming more and more into multi-use media centers. Today's ticket holders for a sports event expect to be entertained and informed through a state-of-the-art facility.
The PRIME Ecosystem is ChyronHego’s new universal graphics platform. The PRIME Ecosystem is based on the latest version of our powerful render engine, with support for graphics, branding, and a dedicated clip player.
The PRIME Ecosystem is software-based and not dependent upon hardware. Former hardware-dependent features such as DVE, clips, audio mixing etc., are now all driven by software, making the PRIME Ecosystem an extraordinarily flexible solution.
In the highly competitive news environment of today, it’s an absolute must for broadcasters to be able to deliver fast and high quality news to their audience.
In a previous post, we introduced you to ChyronHego’s new universal graphics platform, the PRIME Ecosystem. The PRIME Ecosystem is based on the latest version of our most powerful render engine. It is architected to support either independent or numerous packages that can operate simultaneously from a single PRIME server – including a Branding Package, a Clips Package, and more.
On September 22, Fall Equinox occurred in the northern hemisphere and Spring Equinox in the southern. The date certainly defines a change of season, but more than anything, it marks the time for ”more of everything”. An exciting time for all of us who love weather, and certainly an interesting and challenging time for all broadcasters engaged in weather content programming and particularly on-air weather forecasting.
We’ve been busy at ChyronHego. We’ve been busy reimagining, reworking, and re-architecting solutions that provide more value, more performance and lower total cost of ownership.
The North Atlantic and Pacific Tropical Weather Season just turned very active, and with no less than four tropical systems and two additional potential developing storm systems, your weather coverage for audiences around the world just got very busy.