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Illinois production company Upstaging Inc. has built a complete IMAG and AV production using Blackmagic Design Ultra HD products during this year’s sold out Weezer and Panic! At the Disco summer concert tour covering 42 cities across the US.
Vienna-based Panasonic Partner AV-Professional has invested in four Panasonic AK-UC3000 4K studio cameras, making AV-Professional the first Austrian rental company offering AK-UC3000.
BTX. a value-added distributor and manufacturer of integration essentials, signal processing products and emerging technologies, announced today that the company has been designated by Neutrik®, the leading manufacturer of audio connectors and receptacles, as a Certified opticalCON® Cable Assembler (COCA) for its opticalCON® LITE line of fiber-optic connection systems. This certification complements its long list of fiber assembly, copper assembly and custom plate and panel solutions.
Gearhouse Broadcast’s HD8 supertruck has become Australia’s first end-to-end 4K truck following the installation and use of its brand new Fujinon 4K lenses to shoot the recent Sydney FC versus Perth Glory A League soccer match. The lenses formed part of Gearhouse Broadcast’s multi-million investment in Fujinon glass, becoming the largest purchase of its kind.
Starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, and recently screened on Amazon Prime, the first episode of ‘The Grand Tour’ is reportedly the streaming site’s biggest premiere to date. As the three former ‘Top Gear’ presenters embark upon a “hilarious global adventure”, Netherlands-based outside broadcast service provider United has placed Lawo in the driving seat.
Hilversum-based video systems specialist United has chosen Leader's LV5490 as the test and measurement core of a 4K ultra-high-definition flyaway production system for Amazon Prime's new motoring television series, The Grand Tour. The show reunites presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. An initial 36 episodes are being produced for release on Amazon Prime. The LV5490 was purchased via Leader's channel partner Fofic BV, based at Diemen near Amsterdam.
With the documentation „Terra X: Mythos Wolfskind“, German Broadcaster ZDF presented its first 4K in-house production (first broadcast in September 2016). Moreover, additional scenes were shot in VR/360° format. This VR version was also completely recorded in 4K and the final film composed of 360° and 2D images. The entire post-production in ZDF’s in-house editing room was realized on a DDP Ethernet SAN shared storage server of Dutch manufacturer Ardis Technologies with the DDP being used as central storage in a highly mixed post-production environment.
Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, has today announced that it is partnering with Vatican Television to bring the Consistory and the Holy Door Closing Ceremony to viewers around the world in ULTRA HD (UHD). These ceremonies take place on 19 and 20 November, 2016 in Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican City.
4K Garden, a major 4K content services platform of Alibaba group in China has signed an agreement with Sony China Professional Solutions Group (CPSG) to purchase an IP- 4K outside broadcast truck. The agreement was signed at a ceremony on 24th August at the Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Exhibition 2016 (BIRTV 2016), held this year at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing.
SHOTOVER, maker of high performance stabilization platforms, announced today the sale of a SHOTOVER F1 LIVE camera platform to top aerial production company Air to Air Belgium. The exclusive provider of aerial footage for Formula 1, Air to Air Belgium selected the SHOTOVER F1 LIVE in preparation for the 2017 racing season when the global series shifts from HD to 4K UHD broadcasts. The new system will enable Air to Air Belgium to deliver crystal clear 4K footage during Formula 1 live broadcasts, providing fans with a stunning new way to experience the world’s fastest road racers.
At the 84th meeting of the DVB Steering Board (SB), which took place yesterday, the latest specification for Ultra High Definition Television, UHD-1 Phase 2, was approved. The new specification is a major milestone for the industry, guaranteeing interoperability and enabling broadcasters and CE manufacturers to provide UHD-1 Phase 2 products and services. This could mean that the first DVB UHD-1 Phase 2 services, that include the new features, would be available from next year.
NEP Europe recently announced its commitment to purchase all Grass Valley native 4K cameras for its new trucks that are currently under construction. NEP Europe has been relying on cameras from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, for years, with more than 600 cameras purchased and used for a wide variety of production projects during that time. When designing the newest trucks that will be joining the fleet over the next six months, leaders at NEP Europe concluded that only the new LDX 86N cameras from Grass Valley will provide the best performance and value for the increasingly popular UHD production its clients are demanding.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Express Co, Ltd in Japan has installed a Riedel Communications MediorNet Compact real-time media network — the 1,500th MediorNet Compact frame deployed worldwide — along with an Artist digital matrix intercom system and Performer partyline system in the company's first 4K production truck. Express Co, Ltd adopted Riedel signal distribution and communications technology for this new OB van, which will equip the company to address rising demand for 4K production and broadcast.
Arena Television will use BarnOne and BarnMini products, including the new BarnMini-07 CWDM multiplexers, to transport signals from these next generation production trucks to remote positions.
The major task and benefit of using the VSM system is that – even though the technology under the hood is being used for the first time – the workflow for the operators in the OB Van is the same as that of a “standard” OB Van. The VSM system creates a familiar workflow for users, and is the only control system on the market that is able to work in a fully IP-based environment as well as with other third-party equipment.