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Until recently, WebStream Sports was an independent provider of remote broadcast, in-venue and studio production. Starting out in 2006, the Indianapolis-based business had focused primarily on live sports, spent nearly a decade in high demand for its reputation for high-quality sports productions, and achieved remarkable success in a relatively short time.
The company’s history started back in 1976, with the TV Broadcast institute in Šiauliai (Lithuania), where all the broadcast equipment for CIS countries and OB vans were manufactured for the Moscow Olympic games in the summer of 1980. In 1996, following the Soviet Union collapse, a team of engineers established TVC. Over the years, the company has constantly grown and now works on projects around the globe.
2016 has without a doubt been a year of significant growth for ES Broadcast, not only for the sales division, but in all areas of the business. There have been a number of additions to the team over the last 12 months, across all departments, securing the company’s ability to expand into new aspects of the broadcast market, maximising the services we are able to offer to our growing list of valued customers.
In the international Outside Broadcast (OB) market big is not always most beautiful. From its state of the art design and manufacturing centre in Istanbul, Hitachi Kokusai Turkey (HKT) has developed a range of compact and versatile OB vehicles that provide a range of highly cost-effective production solutions.
Bexel expertly delivers unparalleled production services and bespoke solutions for the live broadcast market, with expertise in hire equipment, systems integration, fibre solutions, managed services and product sales. With a global footprint that has recently expanded beyond North America to include the United Kingdom and Mexico, Bexel is equipped to deliver the most important sporting and entertainment events to a worldwide audience.
SoCal Rentals was founded in 2008 to provide clients in broadcast, reality TV, live event production and AV/staging with full service audio, video and LED solutions offering production-specific engineering design, equipment rentals, expert technical management, project consulting and crews. The company recently added 12 AJA Ki Pro Ultras into their rental pool, which already includes massive quantities of AJA gear including hundreds of FiDO fiber and Hi5 SDI to HDMI Mini-Converters, 30 Ki Pros, 20 Ki Pro Racks, multiple FS1 and FS2 frame synchronizers, KUMO routers and more.
Cologne based Filmwerk has been a leading player in television, digital media, corporate and commercials for more two decades and has worked on some some of Germany’s most watched television programs, including “Supertalent” and “Kleines Wunder großes Glück.” With a team of more than 45 production professionals, Filmwerk has gained a reputation as one of Germany’s leading media production specialists.
Fujifilm is at the forefront in the development of 4K UHD optical technology. Since the emergence of two-third inch (2/3”) broadcast cameras and subsequent technology transformation which was initiated by the launch of Sony’s 4K 2/3” HDC camera series, other camera manufactures soon followed this trend (Grass Valley, Panasonic, Ikegami and Hitachi etc.). We believe that it is safe to state that this is not just a trend, as was witnessed a few years back with the introduction of 3D broadcast technologies. The demand for 4K Ultra High Definition production acquisition, workflow and transmission technology has thus increased since the first live trail productions back in 2014 (FIFA World Cup). Since then we have seen a substantial surge in 4K UHD live productions, especially in the past twelve months, which to some extent can also be contributed to the increased proliferation of 4K UHD TV sets in private households and resulting demand for more 4K UHD content.
Ikegami cameras have been chosen for the OB-10 live production vehicle recently completed for sports channel Al Kass in Qatar. The vehicle is believed to be the largest ever commissioned by a Middle East broadcaster. Dimensions including tractor unit are 16.5 meters length and 4 meters height. Width is 2.5 meters expanding to 4.1, fully self-supporting. Total weight is 37 tons. It is equipped with 31 cameras for operation by a 29-strong crew.
NEP UK and Ireland, part of the global production services organization NEP Group, is transforming its fleet. Central to this is a fleet of four radically new large-scale trucks. This new design follows the loss of some of the company’s assets in a catastrophic fire at its main base at the beginning of November 2015. Imagine Communications was already engaged in discussions with NEP and so sped up its delivery to meet NEP’s requirements.
Golf Channel is an American cable and satellite television network and multimedia company that is a part of the NBC Sports Group division of NBCUniversal. Exclusive partnerships with the world’s top tours allow Golf Channel to feature more live golf coverage than all networks combined, as well as a programming schedule distinguished by golf’s highest-quality news, instruction and original content. Co-founded by Arnold Palmer in 1995, Golf Channel’s headquarters and studios are based in Orlando, Fla. Golf Channel is available in more than 200 million homes in 84 countries in 13 languages around the world through cable, satellite and wireless transmissions.
Over the last four years, Pac-12 Networks has developed this model of broadcasting and is now inspiring others to do the same – in fact, its model is the inspiration to many of the industry’s big-hitters, with the likes of ESPN, Sky Sports, Time Warner Cable and Fox Sports looking at Pac-12’s infrastructure to help them become more efficient.
A new installation of TSL’s TallyMan controller provides a showcase for the system’s expanded control capabilities resulting from a collaboration between TSL and systems integrator WTS Broadcast. The system has been incorporated into the new HD broadcast truck operated by horseracing industry services specialist RaceTech.
Studio Berlin, founded in the early 1950s, has several subsidiaries and sister companies, e.g.
Studio Hamburg and Pinewood Studio Berlin that was founded in 1998 as a subsidiary from Studio Hamburg. Offering highest technical standards in its production environment, working on large entertainment or theme shows, TV series, magazine formats or international cinema, the company is involved at every step: from script development, planning, to implementing the full-service location, production, post production and delivery. Studio Berlin is well-known for its productions like “Günther Jauch”, “Voice of Germany”, “Let’s Dance”, “Anne Will”, “hart aber fair” or its award-winning movie “Good Bye! Lenin”.
In September 2013 MRMC and LL began discussions around ways to employ motion control robotics to realise a radically different approach to broadcast studio content acquisition and workflows.
Headed by Technical Director, Bryn Balcombe, the LL team saw an opportunity to challenge traditional assumptions of the look and format of TV news and current affairs programmes.