Sara Mason

The More Output Types, the Better
By Sara Mason

No one can deny that the video landscape has changed significantly in the last several decades. Audiences of all ages are consuming media in different ways. It’s true that the nation’s youth is gravitating toward streaming media, but broadcast television is still a major player in the video world, filling video needs across all generations…Read more >

John Gonzalez

LEIGHTRONIX Tip: Save Scheduling Time With the Find and Replace Feature
By John Gonzalez

If you have an active broadcast station, scheduling video content can be a time consuming task. With the UltraNEXUS-HD® series and WinLGX™, however, it doesn’t have to be. An often overlooked WinLGX function that has been around since the earlier NEXUS® series is the find and replace feature. By using this feature, any video or…Read more >

Kyle Kast

VieBit Stats and Google Analytics
By Kyle Kast

Streaming video has long been accepted as a great way to reach an audience outside of traditional broadcast media, but how can you gauge what videos are getting the most attention? With VieBit®, there are a number of native statistics options that let users with the right privileges track things like video-on-demand and live stream…Read more >

John Gonzalez

By John Gonzalez

Your computer at home has an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port, so does your television. Your mobile devices and cameras can have versions of HDMI ports as well. Walking into a broadcast studio, however, you’re more likely to run into HD-SDI (High-Definition Serial Digital Interface) connections on every piece of major video equipment. Anyone coming…Read more >