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V__pro8 video processing toolkits as starter, now VSM as next course: Dubai Channels Network (DCN), official media organization of Dubai, trusts in Lawo. The company, comprising a number of print, radio and TV channels under its umbrella, already equipped their Outside Broadcast Division with Lawo’s V__pro8 video processing units for embedding/de-embedding, frame-syncing, color correction and other tasks, thus reducing valuable weight, rack-space and power requirements.
Calrec Audio's Brio console is the newest piece of advanced broadcast equipment available to students at Husson University's New England School of Communications (NESCom) in Bangor, Maine. Together with NESCom's existing Summa, Brio is giving students hands-on experience with industry-standard technology — to better prepare them for real-life broadcasting careers.
Workpoint TV, one of Thailand's leading digital television broadcasters, has enhanced its playout capabilities with the addition of latest-generation AirBox Neo and ProductionAirBox Neo from PlayBox Technology. Workpoint TV produces a wide range of content including news, music and variety programmes for transmission via the Thai digital television network, on satellite and online.
EVS, the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions, will present visitors to SMPTE Australia 2017 show with the latest in its range of Connected and Creative Live technology. This year’s edition of the Australian conference and exhibition of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) is being held in Sydney’s International Convention Center (ICC) between 18-21 July. At the show EVS will be exhibiting alongside regional partners Amber Technology on stand E14 and will showcase the latest in live production tools for video switching, video referring and broadcast centers and newsrooms.
The Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM is offering comprehensive support for users of FUJINON 4K UHD and HD lenses at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia. Taking place now through July 2, the matches are being played in four stadiums across four cities: Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Kazan and Sochi. A team of FUJINON engineers is on-location in Moscow to provide ongoing technical support throughout the duration of the FIFA Confederations Cup.
Arcadia Spectacular is leaving audiences around the world breathless, offering a unique, immersive multi-media experience featuring fireballs, lasers and aerial performances. Wowing audiences around the world since 2007, and set to appear at Glastonbury 2017, the show’s technical team relies on Clear-Com solutions to ensure constant communication across the wide and extremely loud set.
Manuel Greisinger joined IHSE as Head of Sales on June 1, 2017. He will lead the marketing and sales team during the company's latest phase of continuing international growth.
Telegenic, one of the largest Outside Broadcast companies in the United Kingdom, has chosen Wohler Technologies to support its audio monitoring solutions for its recent contract to expand its business and broadcast major televised golf events in the United States. Wohler Technologies, a leading manufacturer of audio, video and data monitoring solutions, is providing Telegenic with its iAM-AUDIO unit that features a touch-panel interface that allows intuitive command and control of the unit and new I/O options, including Dante™ and Ravenna™, combined with rich data displays and Wohler’s world-renowned audio quality.
The Pentecostal Church Filadelfia has installed Jünger Audio loudness processing to control the entire audio output from the media centre in its new Q42 complex in Kristiansand, Norway.
Almost the size of an entire block, the Q42 complex incorporates housing for the elderly, a congress centre, a leisure centre, a 1300-capacity concert hall, a small hotel, a restaurant and a media centre complete with TV, radio and sound control studios and an edit suite.
Sigurd Schaathun, Technical Advisor for Filadelfia Kristiansand, says the media centre handles live video streaming of services, the recording of services for later broadcast on linear TV and a 24-hour DAB Christian radio channel – Radio 3,16 – that reaches 70% of Norway.
Leader Electronics Corporation announces the appointment of Presteigne Broadcast Hire as a rental channel partner. With offices near London's Gatwick Airport and Manchester, Presteigne Broadcast Hire offers a very wide range of production equipment and also develops packaged systems for specific applications.
The latest edition of the Broadcast Innovation Day 2017, that took place at June 1, attracted a huge crowd to the Broadcast Solutions headquarter. With more than 300 visitors the event was the most successful ever in the series of Broadcast Innovation Days so far. During the event international customers and broadcast experts used the chance to inform themselves about the latest innovations in broadcasting. With a large number of OB Vans under construction, an exhibition area, panel discussions and networking areas the event proved to be a fixed date in the calendar of the broadcast industry.
It is May 7, 2017. A Piper Seneca V is flying over the Canton of Solothurn in Switzerland at 12:50 p.m. The aircraft originally took off in Germany and is now circling over the city of Olten. In a few minutes, the aircraft is set to receive and transmit high-frequency radio signals. At 1 p.m. on the dot, the fourth “Wings for Life World Run” gets underway in Olten. Around 4,000 runners set off on what is a special run with a mobile finishing line, the so-called “catcher car.” More than 150,000 runners worldwide are taking part in the simultaneous global charity race, which is broadcast live.
After more than 40 years of play at its previous arena, the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers team found their new home in the Rogers Place for the 2016-17 season. The 18,500-seat Alberta arena is the centerpiece of an impressive, large-scale redevelopment plan in downtown Edmonton. The build included an investment in six FUJINON lenses, and Rogers Place now houses the following lenses from the Optical Devices Division of FUJIFILM: a HA14x4.5BERM super wide angle and two XA77x9.5BESM telephoto lenses, along with a HA18x5.5BERD and two HA18x7.6BERM HA Premier Series ENG lenses. The lenses are relied on for game day action, including use in a camera system installed to the underside of the arena’s massive videoboard.
A powerful combination of Calrec's Summa and Artemis Light consoles has future-proofed two studios at TV2, one of Hungary's most popular commercial television channels. These purchases make TV2 Hungary Calrec's most prominent customer in the burgeoning Hungarian broadcast market.
Blackmagic Design has today announced that Samsung Hall, a brand new live performance venue in Zurich, Switzerland, has integrated an audiovisual (AV) solution, built on an optical fiber backbone, featuring live production hardware and digital film cameras, including the URSA Mini 4.6K, from Blackmagic Design.
The state of the art events center will stage concerts, conferences and live productions for audiences, with signal management throughout the venue relying on a series of Blackmagic Universal Videohub routers and Teranex AV standards converters.
Swiss systems integrator Event AG was responsible for the design and specifications of the hall’s AV infrastructure, which had to not only accommodate a huge variety of touring productions, but also deliver live production for the venue’s long term tenant, the International Christian Fellowship (ICF). As well as the venue infrastructure, Event AG also delivered a live production solution for the ICF.