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Clay Paky Scenius Gives New Looks

Telemiracle, the annual telethon in Saskatchewan, Canada that benefits the Kinsmen Foundation, celebrated its 40th anniversary with a 21-hour, commercial-free live broadcast on the province’s CTV affiliates.  This year lighting designer Linus MacDonald stepped up the show’s look with Clay Paky Scenius moving head spotlights. 

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Clay Paky Scenius Gives New Looks

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Sun-powered airplane arrives in New York

The sun-powered plane Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) landed in New York on Saturday, flying past the Statue of Liberty before landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport to complete the final leg across North America on its history-making journey around the world without using a drop of fuel.
 

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Sun-powered airplane arrives in New York

Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Delivers Exceptional Sound with Avid VENUE | S6L

Avid today announced that the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign has invested in an Avid VENUE | S6L live sound system to serve all of its diverse needs. Krannert Center plays host to world-class artists as well as the University of Illinois Department of Theatre’s Masters of Fine Arts program in theatre sound and design. VENUE | S6L gives the university’s students access to cutting-edge technology while providing a system that’s universally accepted by accomplished artists and engineers.
 

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Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Delivers Exceptional Sound with Avid VENUE | S6L

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Sowing the Seeds Festival Produced with ATEM and Micro Studio Camera 4K

Blackmagic Design today announced that Sowing the Seeds 2016, a music and lifestyle festival in Jo’burg, South Africa relied on Blackmagic Design’s ATEM 1 M/E Production Studio 4K and Micro Studio Camera 4K to produce the live to screen visuals for festival performers, including headline acts Of Monsters and Men (OMAM) and Jungle.

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Sowing the Seeds Festival Produced with ATEM and Micro Studio Camera 4K
Simple Streaming at the Royal Academy of Music

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Don’t Blame Facebook for News Bias, It Could Be You

You have to hand it to Gizmodo for getting the scoop – and passing it all around the globe – that Facebook is prejudice.  Especially when it comes to news that’s most important to you.
 
Think about their coverage of conservative/liberal, blonds/brunettes, height challenged (either way) and attractive/less attractive.
 
It’s obvious. When was the last time you saw a news item about you trending?

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Don’t Blame Facebook for News Bias, It Could Be You

Hungary National Theatre Continues to Rely on Studer for Inspired Live Performances

In its quest to deliver the best live production possible, the Hungarian National Theatre has selected the Studer by HARMAN Vista 5 M3 compact digital mixer for its reliability, intuitive operation and amazing sound quality. A showcase of Hungarian artists and musicians, the National Theatre presents a demanding schedule of traditional theatre classics, contemporary plays, music performances and spoken word adaptations of Hungarian literature. The theatre features a 615-seat auditorium with a real moving stage that can be raised at 72 different points, making it unique in Europe.

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Hungary National Theatre Continues to Rely on Studer for Inspired Live Performances

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De Groote Rappel

The garrison town of Leopoldsburg in Belgium was a perfect setting for the large scale promenade theatrical spectacle ‘De Groote Rappel’, directed by Luc Stevens and featuring a large community cast from the city telling the story of two world wars, with the final act played out in a quadrangle in front of a prominent army barracks.

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De Groote Rappel

Charity run’s fantastic finish

Held on May 8, 2016, the third annual Wings for Life World Run was the biggest and most emotional yet. Global Champions Kaori Yoshida of Japan and Giorgio Calcaterra of Italy smashed course records, with women’s titleholder Yoshida running 65.71km before being passed by the Catcher Car finish line, and Calcaterra pushing to 88.44km to top the men’s field.

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Charity run’s fantastic finish

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New Technology Isn’t Always Better, Just More

Years ago, I had a good acquaintance who wrote about all of the latest technology and kept folks abreast of what’s hot, what’s not. There’s nothing unusual about that but he had a penchant for dressing in 1940’s clothes – suits, shirts, shoes and yes, he drove an old car. You know, with a brake, clutch and gear shift.  He also wrote and performed in plays about the era.

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New Technology Isn’t Always Better, Just More

It’s a Yes for Robe

The annual YesLive show helps inspire 15 – 17 year olds to get involved in once-in-a-lifetime activities via the National Citizen Service (NCS) initiative. Bryan worked alongside CC Labs who commissioned MIRRAD to produce the show design and co-ordinate the visual production including lighting, set and video.

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It’s a Yes for Robe

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Rock Lititz

On May 1st and 2nd the cluster of live entertainment companies proudly rooted in Lititz PA partnered with the non-profit KEEP THE BEAT ALIVE in order to certify over 60 staff members in CPR, AED device and active shooter training.

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Rock Lititz

Low Down at the Showdown

The 2016 Bhangra Showdown (TBS) event produced by Kudos AV and the Imperial College Punjabi Society is the world’s biggest Bhangra dance competition and this year moved to Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena. Once again, the bar on production values was spectacularly upped.

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Low Down at the Showdown

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The National Folk Orchestra of Ireland Delight Their First London Audience With Help From DPA Microphones
Clay Paky ‘visual feast’ for Classical Spectacular at London’s Royal Albert Hall

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