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24h Le Mans 2016

Only an exceptional event could be the maidenly broadcast for the exceptional OBVan from AMP VISUAL TV. So AMP VISUAL TV decided to debut the Millenium Signature 12 (MS 12) at the world’s most famous endurance race in Le Mans. With the production of a 24-hour non-stop program for 30 international broadcasters for the delivery to 35 million spectators in 190 countries, the target was set very high.

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24h Le Mans 2016

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3D Production – Wimbledon 2011

The All England Lawn Tennis Club’s (AELTC) 125th Wimbledon Championships were the first to feature 3D coverage. The project was the result of the AELTC’s three year partnership with Sony, a partnership that continues the history of both companies at the forefront of broadcast innovation. Four matches were covered this year. The Men’s Singles Semi-Finals, The Women’s Final, and the Men’s Final. All matches took place on Centre Court.
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3D Production – Wimbledon 2011

3D Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

In December 2009, FIFA and Sony announced plans for 3D coverage of 25 FIFA World Cup matches. Integral in the selection and adoption of the technologies were Peter Angell, HBS director of production & programming, who served as FIFA special 3D project leader, and Duncan Humphreys, 3D consultant to HBS for the World Cup and partner in UK-based 3D production company Can Communicate. The aim was to deliver to TV-viewing soccer fans a new experience of their sports and to cheer even more about the World Cup. The tournament should help to kick off what TV makers, networks – and advertisers – hope to become a new dimension in home sports viewing and sports viewing in cinemas.
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3D Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

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4K OB Fleet for NEP UK

NEP UK and Ireland, part of the global production services organization NEP Group, is transforming its fleet. Central to this is a fleet of four radically new large-scale trucks. This new design follows the loss of some of the company’s assets in a catastrophic fire at its main base at the beginning of November 2015. Imagine Communications was already engaged in discussions with NEP and so sped up its delivery to meet NEP’s requirements.

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4K OB Fleet for NEP UK

50th Montreux Jazz Festival

For the fiftieth time, the Montreux Jazz Festival invited the international Jazz scene to the little town on Lake Geneva. This jubilee, which took place from July 1-16, was celebrated with a fully packed programme including major talents from today and yesterday. The programme reads even more like the who’s who of Jazz and related genres than ever before.

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50th Montreux Jazz Festival

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_wige GROUP: Technological know-how meets content expertise

With a track record of commercial success over more than 35 years, _wige MEDIA AG is a leading communications company in sports and the car racing business, offering a broad palette of media services in the core sectors of technology and content. Via its specialist subsidiaries _wige is active as a technical and editorial service provider, as well as a marketing and event partner for numerous major sports promoters and leading companies.

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_wige GROUP: Technological know-how meets content expertise
A Brief Review on HDTV in Europe in the early 90’s

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A Cultural Event with an Audience of more than 1 Billion

For the production of the 50th transmission of the New Years Concert of the “Wiener Philharmoniker” from the “Goldener Saal des Wiener Musikvereins”, ORF commissioned TopVision with its HD Ü5 OBVan to generate the live signal of the event. 89 television stations delivered the signal to about one billion viewers around the world. And for the first time the Swiss Broadcaster “HD Suisse” broadcasted the signal in High Definition.
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A Cultural Event with an Audience of more than 1 Billion

A Loudness Meter For All Seasons

For some time now, audio loudness has been a hot topic for the broadcast industry and one of the key issues faced by engineers in control of audio output. Significant differences in volume have led to many complaints from viewers who don’t like having to reach for the remote every time they change channel or are faced with a deafening commercial break. These differences in loudness are most common between television programming and advertisements, but they can also exist across the same channel and even within the same programme, for example with live sports feeds or during a movie or talk shows.
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A Loudness Meter For All Seasons

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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

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

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Barco's backdrop solution catches the eye in RTÉ's brand-new News studio

'It's all about you' writes RTÉ in its strategic plan 2007-2011. As Ireland's Public Service Broadcaster, RTÉ is committed to providing value for money services to the Irish public. It invests in both staff and technology in order to maintain the highest standards in all that it produces, commissions and broadcasts. The recent refurbishment of its News studio perfectly represents that commitment to excellence and value for money.
On 9 February 2009, RTÉ unveiled its brand-new state-of-the-art studio during its One o'clock News bulletin. It features three high-bright Barco video walls and a cutting-edge Encore Presentation System, which Barco installed and integrated in barely two weeks.
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Barco's backdrop solution catches the eye in RTÉ's brand-new News studio

Barco's giant 360° LED screen for U2

Barco is proud to announce the world’s first transformable LED screen for U2’s latest world tour. With its 360°shape, the LED screen surrounds the band while performing and can change shape in alldirections during the concert, For the third time this millennium, the Barco – U2 cooperationresulted in a revolutionary approach to video, this time totaling more than 500,000 pixels ofvideo, making it the biggest LED screen ever used in concert touring. U2’s worldwide tourkicks off 30 June in a sold out Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain.
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Barco's giant 360° LED screen for U2

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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 Studios and Post Production at Elstree

BBC S&PP is a BBC-owned commercial company, providing facilities to make programmes and manage media. Very simply we operate studios - 'the boxes' - where TV programmes are made. We carry out post production, making sure the content 'comes together' in the right way. Our Digital Media Services also do quality checking and prepare and deliver content for transmission or distribution. Very often programmes have another life after broadcast and they also take material from deep in a broadcaster's archive and help re-purpose it for a future digital life. In short, BBC S&PP is involved in nearly all of the TV production process - following the entire lifecycle of the media asset, from creation to archive.
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BBC Studios and Post Production at Elstree

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