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Media Links, a Technology and Engineering Emmy® Award winner and the market leader in media over IP transport solutions announces that John Dale, Media Links' Director and CMO will present a case study at VidTrans 2017: SDI to IP Core Infrastructure Change Out. The case study will address the opportunities and challenges afforded by transitioning SDI networks to IP and will reference a prominent international Broadcaster. Media Links will also be exhibiting at the upcoming VidTrans event, February 28-March 2, 2017.
The R&S Prios SDI is a new video board from Rohde & Schwarz that earns points with its versatility and cutting-edge technology. It offers operating modes for simultaneous recording and replay over eight independent HD channels or two 4K/UHD channels.
The results of the men's Downhill on Saturday, 11 February and the ladies Downhill on Sunday, 12 February are upon us and therefore also the promise of thrilling competitions. The weather forecast and other factors point to an unequivocally great Downhill weekend in St. Moritz. Today's training gave us a first flavorof what is happening at the Free Fall.
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has launched a new blog section of its website to provide helpful, relevant content on the topics and challenges that broadcasters, production professionals and content creators face every day. As it grows, the Tech Corner blog will feature business tips, how-to articles, playbooks and other industry information that customers will find useful as they work to achieve their business goals and deliver great content for their viewers.
Merida, the capital of Yucatan State in Mexico is a thriving, buzzing hub of culture and industry, rich with Mayan and Colonial –- Spanish, French and British – heritage and a lively contemporary arts and live performance scene, lots of greenery and arguably, the best ice cream in Mexico!
The World Ski Championships in St. Moritz are a real challenge for Alpine downhill skiers. From an altitude of almost 3000 m, after a steep start, athletes descend at speeds of up to 140 km/h. Covering the event comes with its own set of challenges: complex logistics, extreme weather conditions and the lack of space for equipment close to the slopes. Host broadcaster SRG (Swiss Broadcasting Corporation) and tpc defy the difficult conditions regardless. They produce the global feed for live broadcasts of the World Ski Championships and rely on Stage Tec equipment to do so: a large NEXUS network and several AURUS and CRESCENDO consoles.
At this year's ISE show at stand V210 (Hall 7) in Amsterdam, Lawo will debut its V__pro8 8-channel video processing tool armed with a comprehensive software update. With its latest update, Lawo’s V__pro8 became even more powerful, further increasing its features-per-RU density. Amongst the latest additions is an updated A/V sync tool, which, in addition to the native V__line sync pattern and the EBU pattern, can now also read the Vistek VALID8 format. Furthermore, the integrated quad-split multiviewer now also features multi-colored Tally lamps, which are switchable via Ember+, allowing to integrate the MV tally in the overall tally system of your installation.
A classical music concert, Noi Per Napoli, was hosted at Naples’ Teatro Delle Palme theatre managed by Allen & Heath’s Qu-SB ultra compact digital rack mixer.
HARMAN Professional Solutions Introduces AMX N2400 Series Encoders and Decoders, Bringing Cinema-Quality 4K Video Distribution to Standard GbE Networks
HARMAN Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting and control systems, including networked AV, today announced AMX N2400 Series video encoders and decoders, the first video-over-IP solutions to deliver full-quality 4K content over Gigabit Ethernet networks with near-imperceptible latency. With support for 4K video at 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma, the N2400 Series joins a full lineup of cost-effective 4K solutions from HARMAN that enable businesses and active learning environments to bring ultra-high-definition video to viewers.
Brio Compact Digital Audio Console
Calrec's new Brio console is the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its class, with a comprehensive broadcast feature set that supports a wider breadth of broadcasters.
The smallest in Calrec's Bluefin2 family, Brio is only 892 millimetres wide, and the dual-layer, 36-fader surface provides more faders in a given footprint than any other audio broadcast console.
The Gravity Media Group (GMG), which operates globally and acquires businesses serving the live broadcast sector, has appointed Nicholas Smith in its newly created role of marketing director. Nicholas will oversee all marketing activities for GMG’s family of industry-leading companies which includes Gearhouse Broadcast, Gearhouse Actis and Hyperactive Broadcast. These businesses are trusted by the world’s most respected broadcasters, production companies and rights holders to supply technical equipment, facilities and services to capture the most watched live and near live content.
The coming Prolight + Sound will introduce visitors to the silent-stage concept with a new special area and give event-technology professionals and musicians the chance to learn how this innovative stage set-up can help improve not only the mix but also the performance of musical acts. The advantages of a silent stage will be explained and opportunities for implementing the concept illustrated by live demonstrations featuring a presenter and band.
At NAB 2017, on booth SL3316, Telestream®, a leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, will be demonstrating a full complement of tools to move video from ingest to any screen: efficiently handling all the latest formats and standards, including HDR, IMF, 4k and UHD, integrating social media into the broadcast workflow, and monetizing content through live event and live linear streaming.
Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that simplify the transport of live video and real-time data across remote or mobile IP networks, is attending the NAB show (Las Vegas Convention Centre, 24-27 April, booth C1307) to showcase its latest developments in the field of IP connectivity for electronic newsgathering (ENG) and remote broadcasting.
For the better part of a year the Red Hot Chili Peppers have played to fans worldwide with back-to-back festival and arena tours. Premier Global Production in Nashville provided a large complement of versatile Claypaky A.leda B-EYE K20 fixtures for the tours.