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Beginning of season 2018/2019 broadcast production company NEP Switzerland is producing all matches of the Raiffeisen Super League (RSL), Switzerland’s premier football league in UHD/HDR. Since the start in July 2018, NEP Switzerland has produced more than 20 matches in the HDR format plus several Euro-League games for Swiss broadcast channel Teleclub.
Gearhouse Broadcast, a supplier of technical facilities, crew and services used to capture the world’s most watched content, has continued its commitment to UHD productions by placing sizeable orders with both Canon and Fujinon for their latest 4K studio/field and ENG lenses. These substantial deals mean that over half of Gearhouse’s global stock of large box lenses is now 4K, making the acquisition of 4K/UHD content easier than ever.
NEP UK supported the first UHD HDR live production of the 2018 Wimbledon Tennis Championship with IP infrastructure from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand. NEP’s latest SMPTE ST 2110 trucks, Venus and Ceres, were deployed to support the newly formed host broadcaster, Wimbledon Broadcast Services (WBS).
Ahead of the 2018 NFL season, AT&T Stadium – the home of The Dallas Cowboys – has installed three new XT4K live production servers from EVS, the leading provider of live production solutions. Sitting alongside several other EVS products already in place, the new servers have been implemented into one of the stadium’s three control rooms, which becomes the main replay hub during Cowboys home games. They will be used to create both HD- and UHD-resolution replays and as the main recording device for all events taking place inside the 100,000-person capacity venue.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) will be leading trials with several EBU Members and industry partners of production workflows to shoot, process, record, and distribute live Ultra High Definition (UHD) content, with High Frame Rates (HFR), High Dynamic Range (HDR), and Next Generation Audio (NGA), at the 2018 European Athletics Championships in Berlin. The event is part of the multi-sport European Championships taking place in Glasgow and Berlin (2nd-12th August).
In a year when artificial intelligence and machine learning became a very hot topic in the media industry, the IBC Best Conference Paper Award goes to a team from BBC R&D which has investigated practical applications. The award is made to the technical paper which, according to the team of peer reviewers, delivers not just the most significant new research, but does so in an accessible way.
SMPTE®, the organization whose standards work has supported a more than a century of advances in entertainment technology and whose membership spans the globe, today announced the program lineup for the daylong SMPTE 2018 Symposium, "Driving the Entertainment Revolution: Autonomous Cars, Machine Intelligence, & Mixed Reality." The Oct. 22 event will take place at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in downtown Los Angeles leading into the SMPTE 2018 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition (SMPTE 2018).
NHK Enterprises launched “nep infini” in 2012 as a new online and offline workflow offering for production professionals working with a range of HD, 2K, 4K and 8K camera formats and frame rates. With a rising demand for facilitating HDR workflows, NHK recently began exploring solutions to help “nep infini” clients take their productions to the next level. AJA FS-HDR, the newest addition to “nep infini” and cornerstone of their UltraHD HDR workflow, supports real-time HDR transforms.
True Visions Delivers Thailand’s First 4K UHD Premier Football Event Coverage with Imagine Communications
True Visions, a leading cable and satellite operator in Thailand, has extended its Imagine Communications playout solution to broadcast this year’s worldwide football championships in 4K Ultra HD. This is the first Ultra HD channel in South East Asia, and it was designed, built, tested, proven and put on air in just four weeks.
NEP Belgium run their first unit of the Broadcast Solutions developed Streamline OB Van family. Unit 18, the newly added production vehicle, is an S8L and represents a new variant, the German system integrator added to its Streamline Family of OB Vans. With new room concepts and additional interconnectivity technology, the S8L offers more flexibility during productions and adapts to future IP-based workflows.
The French state-owned public service broadcaster, one of the largest in Europe, selected Panasonic following a competitive tender which included extensive trials of UHD studio cameras.
At InfoComm 2018, AJA announced Hi5-12G, a new 12G-SDI to HDMI 2.0 Mini-Converter, and HA5-12G, an HDMI 2.0 to 12G-SDI Mini-Converter, each available in three model configurations, with or without Fiber SFPs. The new Mini-Converters streamline the transmission of high resolution, high frame rate and deep color content over long distances.
One of the biggest sports events in the world is now happening, and tennis fans can enjoy the clarity of stunning 4K pictures captured with Sony technology. Once again, France Télévisions is live operating the acclaimed Sony’s HDC-4300 system cameras to deliver simultaneous production in 4K, HDR and HD from the Philippe-Chatrier central court. The PWS-4500, Sony’s new 4K live production server, is also being used in France Télévisions’ infrastructure for 4K ISO recording, provided by Video-Plus rental facility. The 4K stream will be available for CANAL+ and Eurosport subscribers, to deliver uncompromised experience to tennis enthusiasts across Europe.
Gearhouse Broadcast, a supplier of technical facilities, crew and services used to capture the world’s most watched content, has significantly enhanced its 4K rental stock with the purchase of a large quantity of the industry’s most in-demand cameras and lenses. The investment includes 36 new Sony HDC-4300 4K/HD camera channels and a large quantity of 4K and HD studio/field and ENG lenses from both Canon and Fujinon.
Double world champion Tai Woffinden insisted “there’s a lot more to come from me” after racing to his second win in three years at Warsaw’s sold-out PGE Narodowy on Saturday. The Great Britain racer topped the BOLL Warsaw FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland podium ahead of home hero Maciej Janowski and last year’s winner Fredrik Lindgren, with Artem Laguta finishing fourth on his first SGP appearance since 2011.