TMZ pioneers instant TV production

Grotticelli, Michael
February 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Feb2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p49
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the technology employed by the TMZ TV program that depends heavily from the Internet culture in the U.S. The entertainment news show has employed all of the latest technology to get celebrity story at fast speed. Through this system, stories can be viewed in the Internet and television simultaneously. The system design goal was to implement a news-gathering environment that could accommodate high volumes of content and an increased number of stories on a half-hour show.


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