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The radio of the future: what’s our margin?

The radio of the future: what’s our margin? Guest Post: On-Hertz In this series, we’ve investigated how increased mobility and better workflow will empower radio teams to produce better content and therefore increase audience engagement. As radio broadcasters though, these changes boil down to the value they create for the organisation. Simply put, there are…

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The perfect balance of sound

The art of making sound disappear     A night at the theatre has always been an experience full of importance and grandeur. Be it La Scala in Milan, a Broadway show or the Sydney Opera House, these bold, imposing venues, the elegance of evening gowns and dinner jackets, the sparkle of the chandeliers –…

On-Hertz: Mobility at the heart of radio

Mobility at the heart of radio: how natural? Guest post by On-Hertz   In my previous article, I said that radio has all the characteristics of next-gen media – starting with it being the media of proximity by excellence. From BBC Home Service during WWII to Radio Caroline broadcasting rock music in the early 60s,…

A quote about women in technology

  “When women show interest in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) topics, don’t just tell them how something works. Tell them what it can do. That’s what will really get them excited.” Rachel Payne     Read more Women in Technology Luncheon at SMPTE 2018 published by The Broadcast Bridge

A pioneering scientist explains ‘deep learning’

A pioneering scientist explains ‘deep learning’ Artificial intelligence meets human intelligence By Angela Chen @chengela Oct 16, 2018, 4:46pm EDT Illustration by James Bareham / The Verge Buzzwords like “deep learning” and “neural networks” are everywhere, but so much of the popular understanding is misguided, says Terrence Sejnowski, a computational neuroscientist at the Salk Institute for…