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The cyclists on the Tour de Suisse pick up the pace. More and more people are gathering on the side of the road. The participants seem tense. They go faster and faster. Soon there are just a few meters to go before the finish line. Now is not the time to show any weakness. Find whatever strength is left. The spectators cheer. Nerves are on edge. Just a few centimeters separate the cyclists. Who will emerge victorious? Cut.
ORF is the national broadcaster of Austria. Established in 1955, the television and radio broadcaster transmits across the country. With a strong focus on news, the broadcaster operated a series of small outside broadcast (OB) vans, mainly with audio programming capabilities, to deliver news from across the country. However, after over a decade in use, there was a strong need to update these vehicles and in doing so incorporate audio and video capabilities, as well as online newsgathering features. The new vans would incorporate internet, video, and radio production and IP-based streaming.
Systems integrator and coachbuilder TVC and outside broadcast production company Croatel continue their long lasting and successful relationship. Last year both companies embarked to build the UHD 4K OB van. This was the first 4K endeavour for both companies with numerous challenges and tough technical decisions along the way. Croatel OB5 UHD 4K has been in operations for a year already and lessons learned can now be shared with the broadcast audience.
Live production isn’t static – it never has been. Workflows and the processes they enable are constantly evolving. With the introduction of UHD-4K, the adoption of IP for the deployment of infrastructures and the roll out of workflows that support new, more immersive consumer-facing formats, outside broadcast facilities are facing more challenges than ever before.
The broadcast industry has been experiencing a tremendous transformation since the arrival of the Internet, and digital convergence has become a reality. The way media content is created, produced, distributed, shared and consumed has been undergoing a huge change. User’s habits have radically shifted and social media, as well as personalized services, have become popular. While traditionally broadcasting services were offered by specific organizations and companies with a well-established business model, currently the line between the traditional broadcasters and IT-based companies has blurred.
The 2017 World Rowing Championships, the ultimate rowing event and season highlight, governed by the World Rowing Federation FISA, were hosted at the Nathan Benderson Park, a new setup water-event location in Sarasota/Bradenton, Florida USA. With this championship the biggest international rowing event returned to the US after more than 18 years. More than 900 athletes were competing for the title of World Champion.
Construct a flexible and versatile production center and control room at space-constrained corporate headquarters with a new state-of-the-art technology foundation that will seamlessly evolve to meet future video consumption and business requirements
▪ Selenio™ MCP media processors with Uncompressed-over-IP (UCIP) modules
▪ Nexio+® AMP™ media servers
▪ EPIC™ MV multiviewer
▪ Magellan™ SDN Orchestrator control system
How do you compose and record an entire album from scratch in just 77 hours while simultaneously live streaming the entire process to millions of fans? Find out how Grammy-winner jazz musician Esperanza Spalding brought her music-making process to her fans using the Viz Opus compact control room system.
With the size and sophistication of regional-sports-network productions growing exponentially, Mobile TV Group continues to up the ante by rolling out trucks that can serve the rising production needs of RSNs just as well as a nationally broadcast college-football game. The latest generation of MTVG trucks is headlined by 41HDX, which is currently working Fox Sports college football after debuting earlier this year, and 42FLEX, a dual-feed, two -trailer HDR- and 4K-ready unit that debuted this month on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh’s Penguins coverage.
OSU simplifies multi-platform streaming and expands audience reach for important events
On stage receiving a hard-earned degree is a poignantly thrilling moment. So is winning a coveted sports trophy. Oklahoma State University (OSU) is on hand to capture as well as share such student experiences. OSU’s official video portal OStateTV is home to over 1,000 videos and more than 100 live streams in a year. The live-streamed events range from convocations, pageants (Miss OSU), cultural nights, and sports, to a variety of speakers and seminars hosted on campus.
Until recently, WebStream Sports was an independent provider of remote broadcast, in-venue and studio production. Starting out in 2006, the Indianapolis-based business had focused primarily on live sports, spent nearly a decade in high demand for its reputation for high-quality sports productions, and achieved remarkable success in a relatively short time.
The company’s history started back in 1976, with the TV Broadcast institute in Šiauliai (Lithuania), where all the broadcast equipment for CIS countries and OB vans were manufactured for the Moscow Olympic games in the summer of 1980. In 1996, following the Soviet Union collapse, a team of engineers established TVC. Over the years, the company has constantly grown and now works on projects around the globe.
2016 has without a doubt been a year of significant growth for ES Broadcast, not only for the sales division, but in all areas of the business. There have been a number of additions to the team over the last 12 months, across all departments, securing the company’s ability to expand into new aspects of the broadcast market, maximising the services we are able to offer to our growing list of valued customers.
In the international Outside Broadcast (OB) market big is not always most beautiful. From its state of the art design and manufacturing centre in Istanbul, Hitachi Kokusai Turkey (HKT) has developed a range of compact and versatile OB vehicles that provide a range of highly cost-effective production solutions.
Arrival isn’t just a movie, it’s like art films I used to view during college with underlying thoughts, meaning and ideas you had to dig for and think about. It made me think of the state of the M&E (media & entertainment) industry…” Even in our world of instant and ubiquitous communication, we have fear and distrust of newcomers and each other.”