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Gravity Media, a leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services to content owners, creators and distributors, has appointed Meryl McLaren as Director, Media Services and Facilities. She will oversee the post-production and broadcast rental offering within the EMEA region.
Stephan Schenk, as General Manager Global Sales & Solutions,s, has taken over responsibility for the worldwide sales and service of ARRI’s hardware products as well as the company’s solutions business. This newly created position aims to combine and align the sales and service activities across all ARRI product groups and expand the systems business across all markets.
Brent Sauls of Magic Arm Lighting is a freelance gaffer and cinematographer from Cape Town South Africa – currently based in Johannesburg – whose professional career has encompassed 15 years at the forefront of making a diversity of commercials, movies, and TV series. Last year he invested in a set of eight Astera Titan Tubes, purchased from South African distributor, DWR … and these have been working constantly ever since.
To support the recent opening of a mass vaccination site at California State University’s LA campus, Dejero provided the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) with Dejero GateWay network aggregation technology to ensure a reliable media communications uplink for key media and government representatives including the Governor’s office.
Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF; “Swiss Radio and Television”) is the largest broadcaster in German-speaking Switzerland. The public broadcasting organization operates four main studios; two located in Zurich and others in Basel and Bern.
Ross is very pleased to announce that Chris Lennon has joined the company in the newly created position within the Office of the CTO: Director, Standards Strategy. Lennon will be working for Ross CTO Troy English and will manage the company’s activities in global standards and trade bodies.
Brompton Technology helps XR Studios create new possibilities for live performance and entertainment in XR
With an impressive roster of productions such as the MTV Video Music Awards and MTV Movie & TV Awards, Katy Perry's debut performance of her single ‘Daisies’ on American Idol, Billie Eilish's ‘Where Do We Go? The Livestream’ concert, and a number of high-profile E-sports and corporate events, LA-based XR Studios constantly pushes the boundaries of XR technology to new heights. Founded in 2020 and collaborating with Fuse Technical Group for technical and equipment support, XR Studios provides two high-spec LED stages featuring top quality equipment, including Brompton Technology processing and ROE Visual LED panels, and offers a team of expert technologists and bespoke workflows to help bring XR productions to life.
Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of professional audio technology is progressing with realignment of company structures. In order to focus sales more specifically on upcoming challenges, Robert Habersaat is joining the company as Director of Sales and Marketing. Furthermore, the sales organization will be supported by newly formed Technical Sales Support and Service teams.
Martin Audio Array for New Rosenthal Park Leisure Development Xcite Audio Visual equips main stage with MLA Mini
Martin Audio’s MLA Mini loudspeaker array has been specified at a new leisure development in Rosenthal Park, Lane Cove — a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
BeckTV, a premier systems integrator for the broadcast media industry, has completed another high-profile project for one of its major U.S. clients — station group TEGNA Inc. TEGNA has partnered with BeckTV to design, install, and integrate all systems for TEGNA’s centralized new master control operation, the TEGNA Stream Center, based on an innovative cloud-based hub-and-spoke approach that will serve all TEGNA stations.
As the broadcast industry transitions from traditional SDI baseband infrastructures to hybrid IP/SDI and fully IP architectures, exploring best practices and evaluating evolving protocols is key to streamlining efficient and secure media distribution over networks. For the engineers of Studio Hamburg MCI, actively shaping the future of IP-based broadcast workflows through partnering with leading broadcast and IT manufacturers is an ongoing pursuit. MCI boasts more than 40 years of experience engineering and integrating state-of-the-art broadcast and ProAV systems, and in 2018, the company founded an IP lab to test the latest technical developments in broadcast IP. As a further development, the XMedia.Lab was established in 2020 to focus on practical applications of IP protocols and evolving hybrid workflows.
Cementing their ongoing working relationship with production company and long-standing client NVP, Video Progetti have recently concluded a program of advising and supplying a range of ground-breaking UHD and HDR-ready production and broadcast technologies as part of NVP’s newest OB7 Van fleet upgrade.
Loré has worked in the broadcast and live production industry for the majority of his career. He spent over twenty years with Sony Professional doing ‘just about every job possible’ before becoming European Director of the Solutions & Services business unit. He then joined Video Media where he became CEO, helping to deliver large media and broadcast projects such as Chad’s national TV and radio broadcast facility in N'Djamena, the upgrade of France’s Canal+ factory to IP/UHD and the first OB trucks for the English Premier League in IP/4K. Loré lives in Versailles to the south west of Paris, and coming from a winemaking family in the Loire Valley he enjoys discovering new wines from around the world. He will work alongside Yvan Le Verge, our existing Regional Sales Manager, and our dedicated team of Solutions Architects and Technical Support experts.
A new Kara II sound system was installed just in time for the 2021 NBA season,
part of a larger $230 million project to update the venue
Atomos is thrilled to be announcing the development of Apple ProRes RAW recording from the groundbreaking new full-frame mirrorless camera recently announced by Sony, the Alpha 1. This is all made possible with the Atomos Ninja V which will record pristine ProRes RAW images from the camera’s RAW output at up to 4.3Kp60.