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OWC®, a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, is proud to announce that the company has extended its long–time relationship with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, and is serving as the Presenting Sponsor for 2018. The sponsorship kicked off at this year’s NAMM Show, held in Anaheim in January.
Lighting designer Nathan Wan returned to the Live Action Arena at the 2018 Autosport show. Having torn up the circuit last year with a totally new look lighting design and a fresh creative team on-board, this year’s challenge was to make Hall 5 of the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham even more visually exciting for 50 minutes of hell-raising basic-to-bonkers performance car races.
At NAB2018, booth SU5021, Media Links, manufacturer and pioneer in Media over IP transport technology, will reveal its latest agile IP infrastructure solutions for flexible, reconfigurable and scalable IP workflows. Alongside its reputation for dependability, Media Links’ solutions provide broadcasters and media carriers with the technology, features and services for a frictionless IP transition.
Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has announced that it will showcase blended connectivity solutions offering enhanced reliability for live feeds over IP networks, and reliable connectivity for crews working in the field. It will also showcase new encoding/decoding equipment with HEVC video compression technology in support of live and file-based broadcast and media workflows at Booth C2025, during NAB 2018, LVCC, Las Vegas, 9 to 12 April, 2018.
ZEPLAY has long been associated with reliability, stability and ease of use in instant replay for sports and live events in the broadcast and commercial AV markets. This is why longtime ZEPLAY instant replay server customers have been responding with excitement about the news that the two former Tightrope Media Systems executives responsible for much of the product’s success have taken ownership of ZEPLAY – and have big plans for its future.
Brainstorm, leading manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, along with never.no, leaders in live social media management, moderation and publishing, announce the NAB launch of OnMedia, a unique end-to-end solution for managing virtual and augmented reality 3D graphics based on social media feeds. OnMedia is one of the developments resulting from Brainstorm and never.no’s partnership as leaders of Project VisualMedia in the Europe 2020 Horizon framework programme. The project is funded by the European Commission, as a response to the needs of creative industries in the broadcast media sector.
Even though you’re doing your part, TV viewing is slipping. Forrester’s Jim Nail recently reported that the ratings of top shows have declined an average of 25 percent over the past five years. Even NBC reported that TV viewing of this year’s Winter Olympic Games was down six percent, compared to the viewing audience numbers from 2014. We have to look behind the gross numbers to explain the apparent downturn.
If you’re a video expert, professional broadcaster or live event producer, you know the importance of quality. And you know that you need best-of-breed equipment to create videos that meet your quality standards. When streaming to Facebook Live, it’s even more important to stand out from the crowd, since users’ News Feeds are cluttered with low-quality videos competing for their attention.
A history of excellent customer experience and trust in the Sony brand. The announcement at Cine Gear 2017 that Sony was planning to introduce a new full frame camera to the market was enough for camera rental service ‘Ludwig Kameraverleih GmbH’ to order two new VENICE cameras, but even before they knew what was fully on offer. There and then Ludwig Kameraverleih Gmbh signed up to purchase whatever was to be revealed, and they’re really pleased they did, now being the first to receive their VENICE cameras in Europe.
Depeche Mode are not ‘down on their knees begging us to adore them’… right now, it’s absolutely the other way around on the “Global Spirit” world tour!
Roland Professional A/V is now shipping the V-60HD, a compact, integrated video switcher and audio mixer. Its sophisticated feature set is perfectly suited for live event production as well as broadcast, recording and streaming. The V-60HD supports SDI camera inputs plus scaled HDMI inputs for data, computer, tablet and other video sources via a variety of video connections, plus a Program and independent AUX bus for confidence, downstage monitor or side screens. The V-60HD also offers advanced audio functionality including multi-channel embedded audio, XLR/TRS and RCA analog inputs, and multichannel embedded audio to two SDI outputs, plus comprehensive dynamics and auto-mixing.
Around 250 of GLP’s flagship LED products were deployed at the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show, during Philadelphia Eagles’ defeat of New England Patriots at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The show featured a versatile 12-minute set from Justin Timberlake that spanned the entire field.
Committed to providing top-caliber facilities and resources that empower community TV producers, Cox Communications’ Connecticut Public Access Channel 15 (“PATV 15”) strives to make the most of its budget with high-quality, long-lasting equipment. Rounding out its five-year HD upgrade plan spanning three studio facilities and a mobile production vehicle, the channel recently added three Z-HD6000 studio and field production cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd. (Hitachi Kokusai) to its existing complement of ten HITACHI Z-HD5000 cameras.
Rascular, software designers of PC-based and web panel device control and media management systems, has announced that it has embraced NewTek’s NDI video-over-IP protocol, recognising its importance to the future of compressed video transport and has launched its first compatible product: RouteMaster Lite. RouteMaster Lite will be on show at BVE 2018 on the DigiBox stand – M44.
Gearhouse Broadcast USA, a supplier of technical facilities, crew and services used to capture the world’s most watched content, has appointed Michael Harabin as its president. Harabin joins from Pac-12 Networks, where he has worked for the past six years, most recently as VP Production Operations. He will oversee Gearhouse Broadcast’s North American operation, which has been the focus of heavy investment over the past year, after parent company Gravity Media Group (GMG) received substantial funding from TowerBrook Capital Partners in September 2016. This has already resulted in the launch of three mobile broadcast and production units and several senior hires in the region.