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Tech Geek Sean Paul Shanor is a Real Millennial Entrepreneur
Guest post: by Connected Legends, Connecting the technology players of the past and the present with tech newcomers. Tech Geek
The Impact Of Artificial Intelligence In The Everyday Lives Of Consumers
The Impact Of Artificial Intelligence In The Everyday Lives Of Consumers By Terence Mills Terence Mills, CEO of AI.io and
Technology and its discontents
Technology and its discontents The role of technology is under attack Today a “techlash” is under way. It comes in many
Is OTT TV’s Death Knell?
Is OTT TV’s Death Knell? By Philip Hunter, Broadcast Bridge Television pundits have been claiming the death knell for
The ‘gold-standard’ in relationship development
How to assess people in online communications beyond the clothes they wear in their writing You are interviewing candidates
What is the value of the global broadcast equipment manufacturing market?
IABM: “Significant M&A Activity” Still to Come March 26th 2018 - 03:00 PM By Adrian Pennington, Broadcast Bridge The traditional
How AI Can Stop Cybercrime
How AI Can Stop Cybercrime Most security breaches are caused by human error. Luckily, there’s an algorithm for that.
The Benefits of Using Broadcast RF IP Probes
By Ned Soseman, The Broadcast Bridge A broadcast IP probe alarm can be a chief engineer's best friend. A
How Well Don’t You Know Your Market?
Mind the gap You may have heard of the Dunning-Kruger curve. If you haven’t, then you’ve perhaps heard Donald Rumsfeld’s
UK Universities to debut 5G robot football player
UK Universities to debut 5G robot football player at Mobile World Congress Such technology will allow experts, such as surgeons
Better pixels may be more important than ‘more pixels’
UHD Post-Part 2 The Signal By Jay Ankeney The Broadcast Bridge With ATSC 3.0 poised to change the
Skaters’ brains adapt to their complex routines
This is amazing indeed. You might enjoy watching figure skating even more now... Every single movement is stored separately and
Television is an illusion
Television is an illusion, there are no moving pictures and today's broadcast formats are heavily dependent on the decisions engineers
$178 billion reasons why ISE is the show not to be ignored by the AV industry
See you at #ISE2018! By Michael Garwood 29 January 2018 AV Technology’s Margot Douaihy discusses the value ISE provides to
Surviving the Early Adoption to IP
Surviving the Early Adoption to IP by Gary Olson, GHO Group The broadcast TV industry has endured
What Marketing Strategy Are You Going to Cook up Next?
A little food for thought It’s a heavy night in the kitchen, orders are piling up faster than the dishes
Consumers worldwide spending fifth of daily life devouring video
Consumers worldwide spending fifth of daily life devouring video Joseph O'Halloran | 10 January 2018 Worldwide TV viewers are hooked
Jaron Lanier’s Journey into VR
By Kent Bye Jaron Lanier is a pioneer of the first commercially-available virtual reality systems with his VPL Research Inc
It’s 2018 – and we’re inspired!
For us at Xpresso, the New Year is a time of inspiration. So many opportunities. So many challenges. So
Wishing a lovely Christmas and a great start in 2018!
May you all have a nice break with your family and friends. Wishing a lovely Christmas and a great start
We wish you a merry Christmas and a prosperous and harmonious 2018!
Our content flow freezes for a few short minutes…. Celebrating 5 (years), the number of harmony and balance. Celebrating 10
The Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year is… ‘Youthquake’
It has been used to describe young people driving political change. The 2017 Women's March in London Image: Matt Crossick
FIAT/IFTA our vision validated!
Vintage Cloud told us a story... We at Vintage Cloud are passionate about, and enormously proud of, what we
World’s 1st robot citizen wants her own family, career & AI ‘superpowers’
RT - November 26, 2017 390 Comments Sophia, the first robot to be awarded citizenship in the world, has said
Dutch Artist Daan Roosegaarde to Headline #ISE2018 TIDE Conference
When art meets technology! Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief AVIXA has announced that Daan Roosegaarde, an internationally acclaimed creative thinker
We Wish Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving
The team at Xpresso Communcations wish everyone celebrating Thanksgiving an enjoyable holiday
Words can come from a tree!
Our thought of the week! Words do not grow on trees... Frustration? Writing can be that. Looking for the right
How Vintage Cloud Uses Clarifai’s Visual Recognition API for Film Archives
The history of film goes back over 100 years – to the 1890s, in fact. Since that time, it’s estimated
Virtual reality museum puts Rembrandt in high-def
Using photogrammetry, the Kremer collection has captured versions of more than 70 Old Masters and can now provide what it
IBC2017 round-up: Halls 1, 4 and 5
In the first of a series of articles that distil the main themes and talking points from the IBC2017 Exhibition,
Technology that Brings Us Together Also Drives Us Apart
By TheFuture · On October 9, 2017 “I knew, somehow, that I had to stay alive. Somehow. I had to
Good Content Should Be Paid For, Protected
Good Content Should Be Protected By TheFuture · On October 2, 2017 “Though the world has changed, our enemy remains
IBC 2017 – How we experienced the show
IBC 2017 – Fantastic people, great memories, plenty of H2O and possibly too much caffeine. Thanks to all the journalists for meeting
Vintage Cloud Introduced Facial Recognition for Film Digitizing at IBC2017
How Vintage Cloud simplified the film transfer to the digital world. Peter Englesson, CEO of Vintage Cloud tells us more
Image Matters: the promising future of imaging technology
Jean-François Nivart, CEO of Image Matters explains what origami provides for the IP, 4K and 8K technologies and how modularity
Christophe Kummer talks about Archive Asset Management
Christophe Kummer, CEO of NOA, explains the principle behind Archive Asset Management (AAM) and why semantic metadata are crucial to
The future of monitoring IP is bright!
Simon K. Frostad, Chairman of Bridge Technologies, explains the importance of understanding packet behaviorisms in traditional media, and more significantly
IBC2017 reports record visitors
IBC2017 has revealed record-breaking attendance figures for its 50th anniversary conference. Over the six-day event from 14th-19th September, 57,699 people
Welcome to the world of machine learning and deep-neural networks.
Facebook automatically finds and tags friends in your photos. Google Deepmind’s AlphaGo computer program trounced champions at the ancient game
The Future with Robots that Are Like Us at IBCShow
We look forward to joining this fascinating session at IBCShow to experience what the future will look like when humanoid, intelligent
Chartres.Live, une chaîne de TV locale en IP de bout en bout
Chartres.Live est une TV locale originale à plus d’un titre. Lancée et exploitée par l’opérateur local de télécommunications CM’IN, elle
We’ll be three of the 55,000 professionals at IBC 2017
Denise, Paul and I are all set for another IBC Show! We'll be three of the 55,000 professionals who attend IBC
Facebook accelerates video offer with Watch for TV shows
Michelle Clancy 11 August 2017 In what may be a turning point for the online video industry, social media giant
It’s IBC Communications time
It's IBC PR and Marketing time! We started in June in order to meet the IBC Daily deadlines and still working on a few
Quote of the Day about IP by Simen K. Frostad
IP is the track on which the broadcast industry will achieve interoperability. by Simen K. Frostad, Chairman of Bridge
What Is The Difference Between Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning?
Bernard Marr , Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
Quote of the day. A wealth of information creates a poverty of attention.
A wealth of information creates a poverty of attention. - Herbert A. Simon
Why is digital transformation so important and topical?
Evolve Or Die: Why Digital Transformation Is More Important Than Ever SHARE: Mike Bainbridge — Jun 5 Over the
Quote of the Day: if you can see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.
“If you can see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” – Bob Proctor Envisioning on
We’re Celebrating! Five Years Creating Digital Communications Funnels
“If you can see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” – Bob Proctor Some
Getting ready for our next Trade Show: ANGACOM
Every show is an enriching experience from both a technology and a social point of view. On May 30th we
AI as destiny?
There is quantum intelligence sitting right now on the cloud..Berners-Lee. Internet founder speaks out on AI fear, the singularity,
Enjoy this time of rebirth and inspiration! Happy Easter!
Happy Easter! Enjoy this time of rebirth and inspiration 🙂 We'd achieve more if we chased our dreams instead of
How digital marketers can reach millennials, baby boomers and more
The 15th century poet John Lydgate famously said:You can please some of the people all of the time, you can
Meet us at the Coming Events
We will be at TVConnect, NAB, ANGACom and IBC. We created Xpresso Communications back in 2012 when PR was still
Research: VR lacks engaging content
Virtual reality (VR) is a nascent technology that holds huge promise; it is an interactive medium that offers unparalleled
Intelligibility is informing; obscurity is confusing
Let's celebrate the start of the Spring, the time of rebirth and light. Intelligibility is informing; obscurity is confusing. F.
Experiencing the Sunrise and Sunset Times in Communications
Ideas with no voice are merely daydreams. Dan Rockwell Dan Rockwell stresses the importance of communicating, sharing your ideas
How DNA could store all the world’s data
Modern archiving technology cannot keep up with the growing tsunami of bits. But nature may hold an answer to that
Stop Trying to Sell. Simply Use your Acume and your Feelings.
Simply use your acume and your feelings. Educate, share and engage!
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