NAB Preview with Dr. Andrew Cross

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“We are big believers in IP as the future of video production. It represents the biggest transformational change in the industry since file-based workflows replaced tape and we may not see a bigger transition in our lifetime.” Dr. Andrew Cross shares what NewTek is bringing to the table for IP workflow, including NDI™ and a … Read more…

Dr. Andrew Cross: Focusing On IP’s Real-World Capabilities

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In a recent one-on-one interview with Adrian Pennington of Streaming Media, Dr. Andrew Cross, CTO and President of NewTek, positions NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI) among the competing protocols for packaging video and audio over IP networks. “We are not against any of the other [protocols],” he says. “We work closely with them and we’ve … Read more…

NewBay Media & NewTek Event Series: In Person or Online

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  Join us and NewBay Media for this series of panel discussions featuring broadcast industry leaders focused on the new era of video production and delivery – content more compelling than ever, at lower costs on tighter schedules.  Learn how you can pull it off, in style and profitably. Attend the events in person at … Read more…

An Inside Look at TriCaster Advanced Edition with IP Workflow

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Welcome to the new era of video production: IP Workflow for the rest of us. In this video Dr. Andrew Cross, NewTek President and CTO, Rex Olson, and Don Ballance explain and demonstrate how you can make the transition to IP-based video production with equipment you may already own. TriCaster® Advanced Edition now incorporates NDI™, … Read more…

The Different Approaches to IP by Switcher Manufacturers

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James Careless surveys the landscape of evolving IP solutions for video production in this recent TV Technology article. He finds switcher vendors are of more than one mind as to the likely way forward with respect to standards, but all share a healthy caution about proceeding too fast and too far toward IP-centric products. A … Read more…

EMC: Benefits of In-House Corporate Video + Interview with Dr. Andrew Cross

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The latest news show from RedShark TV features segments on in-house corporate video production and IP workflow. At 14:34 into the video, Dave Ross of EMC is interviewed about the value an in-house production team can bring to corporate communications both internally and with clients. EMC’s team relies on a pair of TriCasters for in-studio … Read more…

How NewTek Manages International Meetings With Our President

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C-level employees at most companies have incredibly busy schedules.  For international companies, the requests on time can be that much more staggering.  Personal interaction across the globe with clients, resellers, customers, satellite offices and more can be critically important.  However, the time associated with travel and being away from the office means constraints on executives. … Read more…

Dr. Andrew Cross: The Transition to IP Workflow (Part 1)

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“The need for SDI is diminishing.” In Part 1 of this four-part video series, Dr. Andrew Cross, President and CTO of NewTek, explores how broadcast and live production technology is evolving towards bi-directional IP-based workflows and what that may mean for the now-25-year-old SDI standard. See the rest of the videos in this series: Dr. … Read more…

Andrew Cross Talks TV’s Changing Future on Waskul.TV

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How does the face of television change when a viewer anywhere in the world can become a participant, live in HD quality?  And how does it change when doing that is so easy that it becomes expected?  Dr. Andrew Cross, president and CTO of NewTek, shares his perspective on the state of the art and … Read more…

Accidental Discovery: TalkShow Works Great for Remote Direction

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Many companies release a product designed for a specific purpose only to discover that their customers use it for something entirely different. Thomas Edison didn’t think his phonograph would be of any use for music reproduction, for example. In one recent case, the company making the product made the discovery before its customers did. For … Read more…