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Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

Any equipment used to transmit from one television/radio device to another.

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Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

log

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

A written record of broadcasting. There are typically three logs:A Music Log recording what songs were played, an Engineer's Log detailing technical production settings and Commercial Log recording ...

Aereo

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

Launched in February 2012, Aereo is a technology company based in New York City that delivers over-the-air television programs on Internet-connected devices to subscribers. Backed by Barry ...

crossfade

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

The technique where a DJ, producer or engineer fades out the out going track at the same time as fading in the new track.

cueing

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

Whilst the previous record was playing the DJ would attempt to find the beginning of the song on the next record.

artifacts

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

The noticeable loss of video and/or audio fidelity in a broadcast or recording caused by limitations in the technology used. Usually reflects undesirable distortion(s) of the original when digitized.

Line standard

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

The number of lines broadcast to make up a television picture. Generally, 525 in NTSC areas and 625 elsewhere.

Liner

Broadcasting & receiving; Radio & TV broadcasting equipment

A piece of written text that the DJ says over the intro of a song or between spots and songs. Liners are designed to invoke the imagination.

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