Proclaimed in 2011 by the Member States of UNESCO and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012 as a UN International Day, February 13 became World Radio Day (WRD). World Radio Day’s theme in 2024 shines a broad floodlight on Radio’s remarkable past, relevant present and promise of a dynamic future.
The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) will be joining SVG (Sports Video Group) to produce its annual Cybersecurity Workshop at the SVG Summit on December 11 at the New York Hilton in Manhattan.
Registration is free for NABA members, SVG members and sponsors.
NABA, NBCU, and MovieLabs produced a study that examines the average luminance of consumer TVs out-of-the-box and with different picture modes in SDR. This preliminary study looks at the deviation from PQ and HLG display standards (EOTF and OOTF). Finally, the study also examines how different picture modes change the image, and establishes a term to identify gamma changes or deviations from the reference tone mappings. LINK TO THE STUDY.
The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) is proud to release the NABA Insights on Hybrid Radio and Metadata for Broadcasters document at the NAB Show during the Broadcasters and Hybrid Radio – It’s All About the Metadata session. The document was written by the NABA Radio Committee’s Hybrid Radio and Metadata Working Group.
Borika Vucinic, President of the NABA Board of Directors, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Hanson as the new Director-General of NABA. Ms. Hanson begins as Director-General designate on April 15th, where she will work alongside NABA’s current Director-General Michael McEwen before taking full responsibility on July 1st. Mr. McEwen will be retiring this summer.