TAG: Hybrid-Content Radio
The linear radio customized according to the Hybrid Content Radio model is placed in an intermediate point between these two poles, allowing to replace a part of the linear broadcast schedule.
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News 2021 June 21
EBU - AIDI KICKS OFF SERIES OF VIRTUAL TOURS WITH SPOTLIGHT ON RAI'S AI WORK
Alberto Messina, Mauro Rossini
The EBU AI and Data Initiative is the EBU’s cross-disciplinary exploration of AI and data in PSM, including regulatory aspects, technologies, organizational matters, skills, strategy and content developments. The AIDI Group defines the Initiative’s strategy and priorities and meets online once a month to discuss on-going work, common issues, and future opportunities.
The initiative is managed by the Rai CTO Area Departments – Centre for Research, Technological Innovation and Experimentation (CRITS) and Information Technology ICT of Turin, with the support of the International Relations and European Affairs Department.
News 2019 September 30
Technical Papers at IBC2019: Smart Speakers and Regional Contents on DVB-T2
Paolo Casagranda, Vittoria Mignone
The Research and Technological Innovation Center presented two papers at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) held in Amsterdam, the leading international convention along with NAB Show in Las Vegas on broadcasting technologies and new media. The two papers, the first about radio services on smart speakers and the second about regional content on DVB-T2, were presented on Saturday the 14th at the Conference.
Both papers were included in the prestigious IET’s Journal “The best of IBC 2019”, an acknowledgement to the 10 best papers of the IBC Conference: it’s the first time two papers from Rai reach this achievement.
News 2017 November 29
Radio evolves: New Radio Day 2017
Rai Centre for Research and Innovation of Technology presented its research on linear radio personalisation at the New Radio Day 2017 EBU event. Although linear radio represents the most popular and profitable form of radio, new ways of listening are gaining ground thanks to advent of new technologies: listening on tablets and smartphones, audio-on-demand, voice controlled devices, just to name a few of them.
New Radio Day proposes updates on the innovation work of European radios every year.
Digital Radio Deployment in Europe
Update of EBU R138 on Digital Radio Deployment in Europe