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The pandemic and associated restrictions have taken their toll on almost every company regardless of location, and Ross has also felt their effects. That said, the company started 2020 in a very positive position following a record-breaking year in 2019 and, remarkably, Ross still managed to achieve modest growth in 2020, albeit at a much lower level than any of the previous twenty-eight years. “The pandemic has been a challenging and painful bump in the road,” notes CEO David Ross, “but we have to see it as a bump rather than an event that disrupts our medium-to-long term plans.”
Considered the best predictor of Academy Award nominations, the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards was the first awards show to go live with virtually all of its nominees attending remotely from across the globe. While the host and a handful of presenters were on location in Burbank, nominees attended from their homes or from on-location shoots. Hosted by the Critics Choice Association (CCA), the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards was presented in a predominantly virtual format due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Shotoku, a well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, has introduced unique new functionality – Orbit - to SmartPed, its fully robotic XY pedestal. SmartPed, which addresses the creative and commercial demands of on-air environments with a cost-efficient and high-performance solution, can now travel in clockwise and counterclockwise movements around circular sets, a growing design element in today’s broadcast studios.
After fifteen years working as a Steadicam operator in Spain, Josu Txurruka decided to start his own company and founded Daramakam. Based in the picturesque Basque region of Usurbil on Spain’s North East coast, Daramakam has offered Steadicam and Jimmy Jib rental services to Spanish content producers since 2007. Following consultation with his customer base, however, Txurruka decided to add the Furio camera robotic system to his rental portfolio.
Amidst the challenges presented by a global pandemic, the live events industry has shown incredible resiliency. Even as large, in-person gatherings ceased in 2020, and it became clear that they would remain unsafe for the foreseeable future, the industry quickly found new ways to move forward, albeit virtually. Organizers of established events quickly worked to translate all the components of an in-person event into a web browser for virtual attendees, sparking an increased demand for primary and backup streaming services. As a result, Portland, Oregon-based end-to-end live event production outfit Blaze Streaming Media has seen new and repeat business soar.
NEP Group, the leading worldwide technical production partner for premier content producers of live sports and entertainment, has added two leadership roles to support its strategy of accelerating its innovation-driven organization, built to deliver new products and solutions for customers around the globe. Casper Choffat has been named SVP, Global Product and Stephanie DeMoss has been named SVP, Global Sales Operations for NEP. Both will report to NEP’s COO, Jeff Hughes, and work closely with Andrew Jordan, Global Chief Technology Officer.
Shanghai’s XD Inc. has upgraded its audio production facilities with a Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 mixing studio and three stereo editing suites. The gaming company, best known for selling over 2 million copies of ‘Human: Fall Flat in China’ within a week of launch, has opted for Genelec Smart Active Monitors in each of these spaces to deliver a pristine audio experience that helps the developers understand the environment that they are creating.
As its name suggests, Det Nye Teateret (The New Theatre) is a brand new theatre in Trondheim, Norway that has fully embraced livestreamed performances, with a little help from Norsk Pro and a dLive mixing system.
Quicklink completes its professional contribution workflow with launch of all-in-one hybrid switcher
Quicklink, the leading global provider of hardware and software solutions for video and audio contributions, has completed its professional contribution workflow with the launch of an all-in-one hybrid switcher: an easy to use, end-to-end broadcast-grade solution which combines the power of the cloud, and the cost-effectiveness of a single hardware unit.
Today, HARMAN Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting and control systems, substantially raised the bar for extremely bright and compact lights with the debut of Martin by HARMAN’s revolutionary Martin MAC Ultra Performance and MAC Ultra Wash workhorse stage lights. Featuring benchmark lumen output across the zoom range, a uniquely advanced framing system, higher definition optics and astoundingly low noise levels, the MAC Ultra family is perfect for concert and touring productions and equally applicable for noise-sensitive broadcast and theater applications.
To those familiar with the massively successful little LEDBeam 150™, this is a bigger, brighter – 6,600 lumen – variant, delivering even more punch and presence for those wanting crystal clear beams and beautifully rich colour washes. Robe has retained and built on all the features that made the LEDBeam 150 a winner, including a spectacular zoom range – 3.8 to 60 degrees – and innovative lens coating technology which keeps the lenses clearer and scratch-free.
ETC is hosting an online event to launch two new theatrical fixtures on March 30,2021. This event is open to the public and starts at 9:00 AM CDT with a keynote message from David Lincecum, VP of Marketing. Immediately following, attendees have a unique opportunity to hear from Tony-nominated lighting designer, Justin Townsend. The remainder of the day includes product demos, Q&A sessions, and a series of classes that focus on incorporating technology into your theatrical workflow to increase efficiency and productivity.
The new Draco ultra MST Extender supports the extension of two video streams over a single connection cable. Limitations in cabling infrastructure can be overcome, installation costs and valuable connections can be saved. The Draco ultra MST (Multi Stream Transport) Extender enables the remote operation of spatially separated computers and dual-screen workstations with two DisplayPort monitors, keyboard and mouse over a single fiber optic or Cat connection.
Grass Valley announces that international esports and gaming solutions provider, Gfinity, has deployed its cloud-based SaaS platform GV AMPP (Agile Media Processing Platform) to support multi-day live esports broadcasts. London-based Gfinity is using the technology to handle production and delivery, entirely in the cloud, for one of its virtual professional motorsports series, which is distributed for live broadcast on both OTT and linear channels around the world. The project was turned around, and GV AMPP was in place and on-air within weeks, thanks to the simple deployment of this SaaS platform.
TVS a regional TV broadcaster based in on the Island of Borneo has selected leading cloud and broadcast systems integration company Ideal Systems to design and build its next generation News Studios and Newsroom Computer Systems (NRCS) in the Malaysian state of Sarawak.