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As a seasoned freelance sound mixer with more than 30 years of experience, Mike Aiton has worked on a diverse range of projects spanning film, TV, and proAV. In addition to mixing and sound designing for Mikerophonics clients in his London studio, Mike also works remotely as a Solutions Architect on the Solutions Team for Source Elements, the leading real-time remote audio and video collaboration solutions provider. In both roles, he relies on gear from AJA Video Systems. When building remote collaboration workflows, he uses and recommends an AJA U-TAP SDI USB 3.0 capture device, and for independent sound to picture mixing projects, he’ll harness either an AJA T-TAP Thunderbolt™- powered SDI and HDMI output device or an AJA Io XT Thunderbolt-powered video and audio I/O box.
EMG, a leading global provider of broadcast facilities
and media solutions, unveiled a new visual identity today. The rebrand solidifies
the company’s position as an industry leader offering unique know-how and
world-renowned expertise to master the entire value chain from image creation
to distribution.The new name and logo were developed through a collaborative process
involving the consultation of all of the Group’s entities. This new name will also
be adopted by the Group’s main operating companies in months to come,
according to a country-by-country phased approach.
Haivision is excited to share the news that AWS has become the newest member of the SRT Alliance. AWS has joined the SRT Alliance to help further advance the adoption of the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol with native SRT support in AWS Elemental MediaConnect.This announcement marks a significant milestone for both broadcasters and the wider SRT community. With AWS SRT support, broadcasters will now be able to stream SRT to and from AWS Elemental MediaConnect, for low latency video contribution and distribution. For the SRT community, it further cements SRT’s position as the industry’s most widely adopted protocol for live video transport.
Current COVID-19 restrictions require Seattle Channel, a local municipal television station, to produce City Council meetings and other civic and arts programming using videoconferencing software. When restrictions are lifted, Seattle Channel station personnel are looking forward to getting back to producing multi-camera shoots in the community.
Sony is proud to introduce the latest member of the XVS family of production switchers. The XVS-G1 inherits many of the well-established features and architecture from the current models and adds cutting-edge technology for a range of visual processing enhancements. The all-new 4RU processor is combined with a range of four stylish new control panels plus a newly developed web-based operational menu for efficient and simple installations. The XVS-G1 builds on the success of the MVS-3000A and MVS-6530 switchers, bringing full HD and 4K(UHD) capacity at an affordable price. Configurable from 1 to 4 M/E banks, the XVS-G1 offers 16 full-feature keyers with up to 48 inputs, 24 outputs in HD mode, or 24 in, 12 out in 4K(UHD). These features make it the perfect choice for small and medium studios, flyaway packs and OB production units.
RTS introduces DBP (Digital Beltpack) – new member of the RTS Digital Partyline intercom product family
RTS is pleased to announce the global introduction of DBP (Digital Beltpack) – the latest addition to the brand’s successful portfolio of OMNEO* IP intercom solutions. DBP also joins the recently launched OMS (OMNEO Main Station) as a key member of a major new product family: RTS Digital Partyline.
FIX8Group’s The Hub was the centre of what is believed to be one of the largest ever virtual global meetings recently, as more than 500 speakers from over 70 countries joined a worldwide conference for a think tank organisation. A global, full-service events agency collaborated closely with FIX8Group to deliver the optimum solution for the project, which was by far the most technically challenging yet for The Hub – FIX8Group’s broadcast and connectivity centre. Due to the company’s significant investment in advanced infrastructure to ensure resilient connectivity capabilities and robust data security protocols in the delivery of virtual solutions, the project was made possible.
Virtual Showlight is proud to announce the first sponsors for its online, one-day event (25 May 2021) which takes place in celebration of the full Showlight event that was postponed due to the COVID pandemic. The popularity of this unique lighting quadrennial is confirmed by the number of sponsors which have already given their support for Virtual Showlight. The headline sponsor is Robert Juliat, which is joined by ACT Lighting, Inc., Altman, ARRI, Ayrton, Claypaky, Copper Candle, ETC, Robe and Vectorworks. Virtual Showlight is also supported by media partner, LSi, and by LSA.
From Marshmello and Demi Lovato at the Troubador to Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith’s virtual basketball camp to the Hyundai Elantra Global Reveal, one company was behind all these experiences. Bulldog DM used its expertise to deliver custom livestream experiences from brands and entertainers to dozens of platforms. These streams racked up more than 61 million total views and resulted in an average watchtime of 41 minutes per unique viewer on Bulldog DM-powered, whitelabeled client microsites over the past 12 months.
Hitomi Broadcast, manufacturer of MatchBox, the industry’s premier audio video alignment toolbox, has announced that NEP Connect has purchased a 4K MatchBox system - Generator and Analyser complete with a Glass license - for use in NEP Connect’s MediaCity Network Operations Centre in Salford, UK.
In keeping with Obsidian Control Systems’ practice of providing valuable educational resources to lighting designers and programmers, the innovative lighting control brand is pleased to make available training videos covering the NX4™ lighting console and ONYX lighting control platform. A training video series covering the compact NX2™ lighting controller will be available soon.
Dejero has signed a number of new European partners as part of its strategy to provide its connectivity solutions through rental companies to support the increased demand to deliver mission-critical live video and real-time data across multiple sectors. “As organisations come through the other side of the pandemic, many are re-evaluating their strategy, workflows and processes and are looking to trial new reliable and cost-effective methods to deliver high quality video, as well as implementing more reliable back-up systems for mission-critical operations,” explains Rob Waters, director of sales EMEA and APAC. “Having local representation on the ground to enable this, whilst many travel restrictions are still in place, is key to serving local broadcasters, commercial production companies, public safety bodies and other organisations in the longer term."
Sky Italia has put Grass Valley cameras at the heart of its studio operation. The deployment is part of a wider studio camera upgrade, allowing the broadcaster to meet rising demand for live content and enable new services. The Grass Valley LDX 86N Series cameras give the broadcaster an easy upgrade route to IP and 4K UHD – as and when it is needed – through a flexible daily, weekly or monthly e-license. Grass Valley’s unique DirectIP functionality enables the XCU UXF base station to be located a considerable distance (up to 20,000 kilometers) away from the camera, allowing the team to manage the bulk of production from a remote or home studio.
Brainstorm, a leading manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, is proud to announce its participation in the 5GMediaHUB project, which aims to accelerate the testing and validation of media applications with 5G technology. Brainstorm will lead the definition of the different cases of use of the project, its technical requirements, KPIs, and will also establish the basis on which the validation plan will be designed. The specific scenario to be developed and validated by Brainstorm is focused on broadcasting panoramic virtual content optimally to multiple users.
Radio Belgrade, part of public broadcaster Radio Television Serbia (RTS), launched its first broadcast in 1929. In an effort to protect its rich history and facilitate access to valuable content, the media house recently decided to take on a major database migration project. To do so, it called on the help of archiving specialists NOA. NOA — in collaboration with its Serbia-based partner and systems integrator Kompani DigiTV — thus embarked on a scheme to modernize Radio Belgrade’s entire archiving process, phasing out its various legacy databases and replacing them with a single NOA mediARC Archive Asset Management system.