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NDR Hamburg is expanding the list of NTP DAD AX24 users

One of the latest additions to the expanding list of NTP DAD AX24 users is NDR Hamburg which recently installed 12 systems following the successful completion of listening tests as part of the network's Broadcast Sound Studio 1 project. Located in Rothenbaum, NDR's Broadcast Sound Studio 1 and Regie 1 are designed primarily for recording the NDR Bigband, widely acknowledged to be one of the finest bands in Germany. Studio 1 is built around a 72-fader SSL Duality and Sequoia digital audio workstation software. Eight NTP DAD AX24 converters are connected via MADI to the workstation.
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NDR Hamburg is expanding the list of NTP DAD AX24 users

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VRT expands HD broadcasting capabilities with Miranda’s NVISION routing

YLE creates blueprint for remote Broadcasting

Finland’s premier broadcaster Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE) has devised a clever solution to the problem of escalating travel and accommodation costs for the 2010 Winter Games. Using Lawo’s integrated technologies, YLE has devised an original production network for the collection and distribution of reportage for the Finish audience that requires fewer personnel on site in Vancouver, yet does not compromise either quality or creativity.
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YLE creates blueprint for remote Broadcasting

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Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) equips their ‘Big Band’ studio with Lawo technology

Carmen McRae and Jiggs Whigham. Joe Zawinul and Eddie Harris. Many jazz stars have already recorded albums in WDR’s Big Band studio. The works of Patti Austin, Vince Mendoza, as well as Randy and Michael Brecker have even been awarded a Grammy. In the legendary Big Band studio – Studio 4 – WDR have installed new technology, and at the heart of this studio is the latest generation Lawo mc²66.
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Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) equips their ‘Big Band’ studio with Lawo technology

Grass Valley migrates Switzerland’s SRG SSR to HD file-based production

RSI (Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana), an affiliate of public broadcaster SRG SSR idée suisse network, and tpc (tv productioncenter zürich ag), Switzerland's largest audiovisual production firm and another affiliate company of SRG SSR, are both migrating their existing production facilities to a file-based high-definition infrastructure with a full complement of the latest Grass Valley™ video server technology.
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Grass Valley migrates Switzerland’s SRG SSR to HD file-based production

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Polecam to launch Microwhite LED head at BVE 2010

Latest addition to the Polecam range of truly portable video and digital-film production equipment, the Microwhite LED head is a highly innovative luminaire designed specifically for use with miniature broadcast-quality HD and SD cameras. It incorporates 20 white light emitters in ring configuration on a black Delrin body which attaches to a Fujinon compact prime lens via Polecam's FFFS head or to other cameras via a mounting cradle.
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Polecam to launch Microwhite LED head at BVE 2010

Geoff Boyle chooses Mantis for Wallander

Cinematographer Geoffrey Boyle recently finished another installment in the Swedish-language film series based on Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell’s fictional character Kurt Wallander. The ongoing series Wallander airs on Swedish and Nordic television channels, then moves to the BBC and is released on DVD. And, thanks to the addition of Element Technica’s Mantis camera support, Boyle’s last two episodes were a pleasure to shoot.
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Geoff Boyle chooses Mantis for Wallander

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Appellation of Origin- Grand Cru Colors

Barco's RHDM-2301 brings LCD technology of the highest professional standards, including: a true 10-bit, 120Hz flat panel scanning LED backlight technology embedded calibration and stabilization technology and unique 48-bit color processing. All these features ensure a color performance and image quality level that is unseen in broadcast and post-production environments. RHDM-2301B is a reliable reference for master control rooms, camera control, camera shading, signal quality checks, technical rooms etc, both in TV studios as well as OB vans.
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Appellation of Origin- Grand Cru Colors
Sport TV upgrades to HD with Quantel for server-based production

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Vinten supports the X Factor

Capturing all the performances on ITV’s The X Factor – shot in London’s Fountain Studios - called for fast and fluid movement from the cameras. One of the ways to achieve that freedom was with the use of Vinten Quattro-S pedestals with Vision 250 heads, supplied by The Camera Store. The Quattro-S pedestal retains all the advantages of the Vinten Quattro – perfect balance over the whole of its one metre height adjustment, with smooth and silent on-shot moves – but with a smaller footprint. Under the pressure of a fast-moving live show like The X Factor this means that more cameras could get close to the action in the confined area at the front of the stage. “The whole show was all about creating high excitement, which means lots of unusual camera angles and plenty of movement,” said Simon Tyres, camera supervisor on the production. “The Vinten Quattro S allowed me to move wherever the director calls, and never restricts my movements. It is the perfect pedestal for live light entertainment.” The X Factor is produced by Syco Productions and Talkback Thames.
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Vinten supports the X Factor

DK-Technologies shows its solution to the loudness issue

DK-Technologies will be showing its MSD100C Loudness meter at this year’s Broadcast Video Expo (Stand F5). The company will also be showing its MSD600M++ audio meter and its PT0760 multichannel waveform monitor, both of which can incorporate DK’s proprietary Loudness software. There is no doubt that loudness is currently a hot topic for the broadcast and post production industries. Both the UK and Italian Governments have already introduced guidelines to tackle complaints from viewers who don’t like the difference in volume between programme material and commercial breaks. Other countries around the world are beginning to follow suit and in February 2010 it is expected that the European Broadcast Union (EBU) will join the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) in announcing its preferred parameters for measuring loudness.
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DK-Technologies shows its solution to the loudness issue

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RTW- The Loudness family

A reliable and standardised method for evaluating program loudness is essential e. g. for preventing abrupt volume-level changes in radio and TV broadcasts. The evaluation of frequency, measuring of individual channels with short integration time period (production), signal summation with average integration time period (production and broadcast) and long-term measuring (broadcast and monitoring) are a few of the requirements for loudness monitoring.
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RTW- The Loudness family
AMWA and EBU announce Joint FIMS Task Force on a Framework for Interoperability of Media Services in TV Production

UK’s NEP Visions adds 34 new Grass Valley HD cameras

NEP and its NEP Visions high-definition broadcast facilities company in the UK, are expanding their equipment itinerary with the latest HD cameras from Grass Valley™. The new Grass Valley LDK 8000 Elite WorldCam multi-format HD cameras can quickly switch between 1080i, 1080p, and 720p formats at 50-, 59.94, and 60 Hz for a wide variety of production applications.
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UK’s NEP Visions adds 34 new Grass Valley HD cameras

Pictorvision captures exciting footage for "Clash of the Titans"

Pilot Fred North has just completed his second project for director Louis Leterrier, and his first with Pictorvision’s new state-of-the-art Eclipse helicopter camera mount system. “I did Leterrier’s last movie with a different system,” says North. “It didn’t have a perfect horizon level and could not look straight down. For Clash of the Titans, Louis and cinematographer Peter Menzies Jr. wanted to have a different system with perfect horizon level at all times to fly at a speed approaching 135 mph through steep canyons in Tenerife (Spain) and be able to look straight down. So I suggested the Eclipse and they confirmed it.”
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Pictorvision captures exciting footage for "Clash of the Titans"

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