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On March 19th, the Chief Election Forum was held in Hong Kong. The debate consisted of three candidates of the HK Chief Executive Election in front of hundreds of voters at AsiaWorld on Lantau Island, and was broadcasted live on television and Facebook using Ross Video’s Carbonite Black Solo Switchers, Furio RC Robotics and PivotCAM Cameras.
Graphic design and animation studio DreamWall together with virtual studio company Zero Density today announced that they had joined forces to help France Télévisions deliver live coverage of the first and second round of the French presidential election on April 23 and May 7. The companies were chosen by France Télévisions to deliver virtual sets, augmented reality, infographics and animations to enhance the station’s programming, delivering an enhanced, engaging and informative viewer experience.
A live televised debate ahead of recent national elections in the Netherlands saw 14 of the country’s top politicians wearing DPA d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphones in order to perfectly capture and broadcast every word spoken.
CCTV, China’s internationally famous state broadcaster has recently added Pyramix 10 systems to their repertoire. When CCTV’s audio division works on large events and variety shows, live multi-track mixing is an extremely important part of the production process. These, hosted by CCTV, require not only highly skilled operators who are adaptable but it is also critical for the recording equipment to be both highly stable and reliable.
Bexel has supplied all audio/video equipment for the third season of the innovative A&E docuseries "60 Days In," which premiered March 2. Produced by Lucky 8 TV, the third season is set inside Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.
A festival to mark the G20 Summit was held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou with an Allen & Heath dLive S Class mixing system managing the live performances.
Blackmagic Design announced that Atomic Imaging, a Chicago based production company, provided a variety of live event AV services for President Obama’s nationally televised farewell speech. Atomic Imaging used a workflow built around Blackmagic Design products, with ATEM 2 M/E Broadcast Studio 4K and ATEM 2 M/E Broadcast Panel at the heart of the production.
Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that simplify the transport of live video and real-time data across remote or mobile IP networks, today announced they will be in Washington D.C this week to support their domestic and international customers as they broadcast the historic 2017 Inauguration of president-elect, Donald Trump.
One of the largest news channels in the Arab region, Al Arabiya, part of the Middle East Broadcast Channel group, wanted to cover the U.S. election in a way that reflected the impact the election has on the Arab world. They also wanted to be able to explain the complexity of the election in a very clear and memorable way for their viewers. To achieve this, Al Arabiya partnered with Vizrt and SpiderCam to create the world’s largest augmented reality (AR) set used in a live news production.
AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems, today announced that Canal 9, the TV broadcaster in Switzerland, deployed AVIWEST's DMNG PRO180 video uplink system and the DMNG APPs mobile application for coverage of the recent local elections held in Valais.
On November 4th, Global Campus Network, a collaborative and interactive international student media network, held a live show giving an international student perspective of the potential outcome of the U.S election. For the show, a Quicklink TX Quad allowed London Southbank University to co-host the discussion alongside Ryerson University via Skype, while allowing students in eight countries around the world to join the collaborative video discussion.
As part of its live coverage of this year’s U.S. Presidential race, Al Jazeera Media Network provided viewers with up-to-the-second voting results. The results were visualized by an integrated data analytics and real-time graphics rendering solution from Astucemedia and Vizrt. The solution allows broadcasters to take real-time voting data and easily turn it into compelling on-screen graphics to help viewers at home get a better understanding of election results.
As the world’s largest international broadcaster, BBC World Service broadcasts radio and TV services worldwide in more than 30 languages. For the United States Presidential election on November 8, the BBC World Service established a temporary production and distribution facility within its Washington DC bureau. The BBC World Service production staff utilized Dante networking from Audinate to manage and deliver live coverage to radio audiences worldwide over the BBC World Service, NPR partner stations, BBC Radio 4 and BBC 5 Live networks (as well as BBC local radio in the UK) – reaching as many as 250 million listeners over a 12-hour period.
LiveU covered every mile of the road to U.S. Election Day 2016 culminating with record-breaking numbers for the company on Election Day: 1,800 portable transmission packs in use, nearly 8,000 hours of streaming, and 212 equipment rentals. LiveU played a central role in bringing the most comprehensive Election 2016 coverage to the 71 million viewers tuned in around the world. LiveU has been the solution of choice for top global and national broadcast TV and online outlets and Election 2016 confirmed how valuable the LiveU platform is for high profile news events. The LiveU Central management portal proved to be mission critical on Election Night, supporting more than 1,200 simultaneous streams and managing 17 Terabytes of data.
The third annual Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability Awards (ACES) was held at Shangri-La, Singapore on 17th November. The ACES Awards is organised by MORS Group, which champions revolutionary leadership and sustainability in companies operating in the Asian region. The function was graced by Founder of Kaden Boriss and Chairman of ACES Awards, Mr. Hemant K Batra who was also on hand to present the Awards to their proud recipients.