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Nick Gold Explains Virtual Reality’s Impact on Your MAM at SVG Digital Summit

Virtual Reality (VR) is hot. The technology has taken a huge leap in the past year, transforming the viewing experience in the sports industry and beyond. Pro and college teams are adopting the technology, which affects everything from h...

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SVG hosts first-ever Digital Summit

Navigating the content creation and distribution landscape has never been more challenging or exciting, especially in the sports entertainment industry. Discover emerging trends and technologies at The Sports Video Group’s first-ever SVG ...

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Get in on the NAB Show New York

Tech and digital trends are changing faster than you can say Snapchat Spectacles. Stay up-to-date on these latest advances by attending NAB Show New York, Nov. 9-10, at the Javits Convention Center, at the center of Manhattan’s West Side....

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Chesapeake Systems' Nick Gold to Serve as Panel Moderator at SMPTE2016

Rapid innovations in technology have changed the way we tell and preserve stories. “The Future of Storytelling and How to Save It” will be the focus of the Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers’ 2016 symposium that kicks...

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JAVA EXPLOIT - vulnerability with Log4j

Continue Following this Blog Post for Live Updates! On Friday, December 10, 2021, CHESA received notice that there is a vulnerability with Log4j. “Log4j is a Java-based logging audit framework within Apache. Apache Log4j2 2.14.1 and below are susceptible to a remote code execution vulnerability where a remote attacker can lever...

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