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An Outstanding Virtual Reality Studio

Together MCS, MCR LFH Thüringen, RT Software Ltd., and Chyron GmbH made it possible for the daily newscast Thüringen MDR to successfully go on air with a new Virtual Reality set on the 1st of June 2012. An overview of the studio technology involved and the operation of the VR-System is detailed in this case study.
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An Outstanding Virtual Reality Studio

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Audio-Technica: History of Live Sound

In the mid-‘70s, Live Sound became Audio-Technica’s passion. But it was a long, hard journey from the early days of its performance microphones 30 years ago to the widespread use of Audio-Technica’s state-of-the-art wireless mics on concert stages across the various genres of the music industry today. The earliest Live Sound line targeted performing musicians looking for a great value in an affordable microphone for vocals and instruments. But like other Audio-Technica users, they often got much, much more.
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Audio-Technica: History of Live Sound

On the Way to the Olympic Games in Sochi

On 24 December 2009 ANO Sports Broadcasting (Panorama) was founded as an autonomous non-profit organisation by OJSC Channel One, FGUP VGTRK, OJSC NTV-PLUS and the RIA Novosti news agency with the mission to provide a national HDTV signal of the XXII Winter Olympic Games and the XI Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi in 2014, as well as an international HDTV signal of the XXVII World Summer University Games in Kazan in 2013.
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On the Way to the Olympic Games in Sochi

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High End Systems Hog 4 Debuts on Muse Tour

Out once again on tour with Muse, lighting designer Oli Metcalfe is the first LD to use the new High End Systems Hog 4 control system. During a recent string of shows in the UK and Europe, Metcalfe had the opportunity to swap out his Full Boar console for the new Hog 4 desk. Metcalfe's design is already turning heads for its creative implementation of video surfaces across a giant articulating pyramid that symbolizes the system of power and global politics; his approach to networking and control is similarly cutting-edge.
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High End Systems Hog 4 Debuts on Muse Tour

Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

The technology and ingenuity of broadcasters with distribution rights to the 2012 Olympics were thoroughly tested in an effort to serve a wider viewing audience than ever before, measured both geographically and by sheer audience numbers. Following extensive evaluations to find the best encoding platforms for both live and on-demand video streaming, the BBC, CTV, Terra, NHK and Eurosport all selected Elemental video processing solutions to support coverage of the 2012 Olympics.
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Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

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Fuels High-Octane – HD Production for SPEED

SPEED is America’s premier cable television network dedicated to motor sports and the passion for everything automotive. From racing to restoration, motorcycles to movies, autos to auctions, Speed delivers quality programming from the track to the garage. Speed is the home to Nascar on Speed, Formula One racing and popular shows like “The Speed Report,” and “Wind Tunnel.” Speed reaches more than 78 million homes in North America and has a strong following on speedtv.com. Speed also provides content for interactive TV, broadband, video on demand, and mobile devices.
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Fuels High-Octane – HD Production for SPEED

Broadcasters Become Eco-Smart with LED Lighting

Studio lighting has recently been placed under the environmental spotlight as the industry becomes increasingly conscious of its carbon footprint. Many broadcasters still working with legacy studio lighting find that, not only does it cost them more financially, but it also poses a bigger risk to the environment due to the substantially higher levels of energy consumption required.
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Broadcasters Become Eco-Smart with LED Lighting

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Vinten Radamec Equipment Boosts Sky Deutschland Operation

Sky Deutschland has added the popular Sky Sports News 24 channel to its extensive line-up. More than three million subscribers across the Sky Deutschland region in Germany, Austria and Switzerland can now tune in to the dedicated sports channel for 19 hours a day.
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Vinten Radamec Equipment Boosts Sky Deutschland Operation

The International Broadcast Center at the Olympic Games 2012

Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS), the host broadcasting organisation in charge of the London 2012 Olympic Games, appointed EVS to provide technology solutions and support services to guarantee the high standing production of Olympic international broadcast feeds, as well as a multitude of media exchange and service delivery for the international broadcast community.
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The International Broadcast Center at the Olympic Games 2012

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On Tour with EMF

The 2012 Tour de France is the 99th edition. It began in the city of Liège in Belgium on 30 June, and is scheduled to end on the Champs-Elysées in Paris on 22 July. Besides Belgium and France, the Tour will also pass through Switzerland. The route features a total of 101.1 km covered in individual time trials and only three uphill finishes: La Planche des Belles Filles (stage 7), La Toussuire - Les Sybelles (stage 11) and Peyragudes (stage 17).
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On Tour with EMF

Olympic Summer Sports 2012

At the first Olympic Games, nine sports were contested. Since then, the number of sports contested at the Summer Olympic Games has gradually risen to twenty-eight on the program for 2000-2008. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, however, the number of sports will fall back to twenty-six following an IOC decision in 2005 to remove baseball and softball from the Olympic program.
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Olympic Summer Sports 2012

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Olympic Games 2012: Wrestling

Recognised as one of the world’s oldest sports, Wrestling was first held at the ancient Olympics in 708 BC, and Greco-Roman Wrestling was included at the Athens 1896 Games, the first of the modern era. Played out on a circular mat, the sport is a battle of nerves, strength and skill, and should provide plenty of drama at ExCeL during London 2012.
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Olympic Games 2012: Wrestling

BBC Sport MediaCityUK

In 2004, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) decided to move some of its broadcast operations to MediaCityUK, a 200-acre site located at Salford Quays on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. The aim was for MediaCityUK to become one of the most important broadcast and media production centres in the country. BBC Children, BBC Research and BBC Radio 5 Live were all scheduled to move to the new media centre in late 2011. And the decision to move BBC Sport was made so there would eventually be a major integrated sports broadcast centre which would benefit from the most advanced digital broadcast and media technology.
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BBC Sport MediaCityUK

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Olympic Games 2012: Water Polo

Water Polo developed during the 19th century as an aquatic version of rugby, played informally in rivers and lakes. The version of the game that survives today is closer to Handball: a fast, tough and demanding sport, it has featured on every Olympic programme since the Paris 1900 Games. Women’s Water Polo was introduced at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
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Olympic Games 2012: Water Polo

Olympic Games 2012: Weightlifting

Weightlifting will showcase a test of pure strength – the oldest and most basic form of physical competition. At the London Olympics weightlifting is staged at the ExCel exhibition centre.

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Olympic Games 2012: Weightlifting

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