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International creative design practice Painting with Light was commissioned to design lighting and a video system, plus produce video content for the recent staging of Disney’s famous ‘Beauty & the Beast’ musical by Marmalade in Hall 8 at Ghent Expo in Belgium.
Since the introduction of Allen & Heath’s dLive mixing systems, many of Germany’s top artists, including Nena, Xavier Naidoo, Joris, Brings and Van Canto have taken S Class systems on national and international tours.
"The launch of dLive S Class has been a complete success and we are supporting a lot of satisfied customers and users,” comments Markus Sinsel, Allen & Heath’s German brand manager. “The unique design of the user interface, the FX processing, and the easy integration with Waves and Dante are especially appealing to users.”
The SD9 is one of DiGiCo’s most compact, lightweight consoles, but with 96 channels and a full range of features, it is the perfect choice for Scott Humphries, Front of House engineer and Production Manager, and Rory Mulligan, Monitor engineer, for British folk rock band Bear’s Den. Supplied by SSE Audio, the two SD9s have spent five weeks touring with the band around Europe, starting in Scandinavia and taking in Germany, France, the UK, The Netherlands and finishing in Belgium. The choice of console was Scott’s, and both he and Rory couldn’t be more pleased with them.
Miller Fluid Heads (Europe) Ltd., a leader in the production of innovating camera support solutions, will be exhibiting its latest tripods, fluid heads and pedestals, including the new arrowX Series of fluid heads, Combo Live Pedestal Series and Cineline 2090 System, at BVE 2017 (Stand J25).
At the FIS Alpine Ski Championships in St. Moritz, Longines presented the game-changing Longines Live Alpine Data system, consisting of a chip attached to the skier’s boot equipped with a radar and motion sensor. The Longines Live Alpine Data technology enables the real-time and continuous measurement of the athlete’s speed, acceleration and deceleration, the time it takes to reach a defined speed (e.g. 80km/h or 100km/h). The system also analysis of jumps of the athletes (speed before and after the jump and the lengths of the jump).
Snell Advanced Media (SAM) today announced that IMG Norway has selected its LiveTouch system to produce replay and highlights packages for its live horse racing coverage. The system is used to create instant content for its live studio show which broadcasts races from selected tracks in Norway, Sweden, Denmark France, and various other international races, as well as to produce replay and highlights packages for its pre-recorded magazine show. IMG Norway worked closely with Mediability, SAM’s reseller partner for Norway, Sweden and Denmark during the system design, implementation and training stages of the project.
Telestream Demonstrates Advances in Live Streaming, Video Transcoding, Quality Control & Workflow Automation at BVE2017
Telestream® (stand N22), a leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, will use BVE 2017 to provide UK debuts for significant new developments in both hardware and software products for streaming and workflow automation. Furthermore, it will be the first UK trade show since Telestream acquired file-based quality control specialist, Vidcheck. The company will showcase the integration between Vidchecker and Vantage, highlighting latest updates in Vidchecker, and the operational efficiencies these two platforms bring to their users.
Japanese alt-rock back ONE OK ROCK recently wrapped a January run in North America promoting their new album Ambitions with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites and designed by Jesse Henke. The band, comprised of Takahiro Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita, Ryota Kohama and Tomoya Kanki are known for their stellar vocals, energetic performances and diehard fans who turn out in incredible numbers.
With a blank slate to design with (except for direction regarding incorporating logo scrims) Henke created a dynamic floor package with six towers across the stage with six T pipe down riggers flown from existing house trusses.
Symply, a global provider of high-performance digital storage solutions, will demonstrate a comprehensive range of storage systems for media and content creators at BVE 2017 in London, exhibiting with Global Distribution in hall S1-8, stand J30. The complete lineup of Symply's digital storage solutions feature rock-solid engineering and user-friendly software, and transform the way media professionals work and collaborate with content up to 4K and beyond.
Bittree, a leading manufacturer of high-quality audio and video patchbays and patch panels, is extending its hallmarks of design excellence and trusted reliability to next-generation video infrastructures with the introduction of its new 12G+ BNC Coaxial Bulkhead Patch Panel series and 12G+ Mini-WECO (Midsize) Coaxial Patchbay family.
Over 400 Robe moving lights boosted the magic and spectacle of the 45th Singapore Chingay Parade to celebrate Chinese New Year – The Year of the Rooster. Javier Tan’s colourful high-impact lighting design matched the glamour, glitz and exuberance of the high profile public event, featuring an ebullient cast of 8000, creatively directed by Fan Dong Kai and staged at the F1 Pit Building in the city centre.
Ikegami, a leading manufacturer of specialised cameras, image processing and transmission equipment, today announces that it will be showcasing its 4K-native 2/3 inch UHK-430 portable broadcast camera in its UK debut, on stand J.26 at BVE 2017. BVE 2017 is taking place from 28th February to 2nd March at the ExCel London.
CABSAT 2017 will see EVS bring its industry-leading production tools to stand G2-30 in hall 2. EVS’ demonstrations will include the XT4K live production server, DYVI switcher, Xeebra multi-angle review system and the latest toolset of live news production solutions
The 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships got underway on 6th February, with FIS President Gian Franco Kasper officially opening the event during the Opening Ceremony at the Kulm Park in St. Moritz (SUI).
Calrec Audio has named Broadcast Hungary as its newest distribution partner, with exclusive rights to represent the entire Calrec product family throughout Hungary. Broadcast Hungary and Calrec will work together to expand the Calrec brand in the Hungarian broadcast community and take advantage of new opportunities opened up by Brio, Calrec's all-new compact digital broadcast audio console.