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Launched in October 2015, UHD pioneer INSIGHT TV is the world’s first channel dedicated to solely shooting and broadcasting content in 4K UHD 50 fps. INSIGHT TV works closely with distribution partners including Sky, Vodafone Portugal, Vodafone Spain and Swisscom and production companies such as Sky Vision Productions.
At the FIS Alpine Ski Championships in St. Moritz, Longines presented the game-changing Longines Live Alpine Data system, consisting of a chip attached to the skier’s boot equipped with a radar and motion sensor. The Longines Live Alpine Data technology enables the real-time and continuous measurement of the athlete’s speed, acceleration and deceleration, the time it takes to reach a defined speed (e.g. 80km/h or 100km/h). The system also analysis of jumps of the athletes (speed before and after the jump and the lengths of the jump).
Snell Advanced Media (SAM) today announced that IMG Norway has selected its LiveTouch system to produce replay and highlights packages for its live horse racing coverage. The system is used to create instant content for its live studio show which broadcasts races from selected tracks in Norway, Sweden, Denmark France, and various other international races, as well as to produce replay and highlights packages for its pre-recorded magazine show. IMG Norway worked closely with Mediability, SAM’s reseller partner for Norway, Sweden and Denmark during the system design, implementation and training stages of the project.
DTC, Domo Broadcast has announced its SOLO HD transmitters and PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF system was used for coverage of the 2017 Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on 15 January.
The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon is an annual international marathon held in Mumbai, India, on the third Sunday of January every year. It is the largest marathon in Asia as well as the largest mass participation sporting event on the continent. It is also the richest race in India with a prize pool of USD $350,000.
The Wingcam spans a length of 1,150m and runs above the women's racetrack with insight into the lower range of all disciplines of women and men. The line was designed and worked out together with SRG SSR TV director Beni Giger. The system is stretched between only two 18 m masts, which were also provided by Airtime Unlimited GmbH. The lower mast is connected to the Nüssli main stand at the finish area and and was manually erected. The upper mast was flown in as one piece with the helicopter and mounted on prepared ground anchors. This practice is often used when the Wingcam is used in alpine competitions.
From 6 to 19 February 2017 33 medals will be up for grabs on Corviglia, the local mointain of St. Moritz. The men will face the "Free Fall" the steepest downhill start in the world: a gradient of 45 degrees saw competitors reaching speeds up to 140 km/h within six seconds during the training sessions.
The results of the men's Downhill on Saturday, 11 February and the ladies Downhill on Sunday, 12 February are upon us and therefore also the promise of thrilling competitions. The weather forecast and other factors point to an unequivocally great Downhill weekend in St. Moritz. Today's training gave us a first flavorof what is happening at the Free Fall.
The World Ski Championships in St. Moritz are a real challenge for Alpine downhill skiers. From an altitude of almost 3000 m, after a steep start, athletes descend at speeds of up to 140 km/h. Covering the event comes with its own set of challenges: complex logistics, extreme weather conditions and the lack of space for equipment close to the slopes. Host broadcaster SRG (Swiss Broadcasting Corporation) and tpc defy the difficult conditions regardless. They produce the global feed for live broadcasts of the World Ski Championships and rely on Stage Tec equipment to do so: a large NEXUS network and several AURUS and CRESCENDO consoles.
Abu Dhabi will host the season opener of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship for the tenth time in a row on February 10-11, with all the signature glamour and excitement that the heritage stop represents. At speeds of 370kph with forces up to 10G, a field of 14 pilots will begin their eight-race campaign for the 2017 title in the desert skies, fresh with the improved raceplane technology and heightened physical fitness they’ve gained in the off-season. Whether they’ve arrived from wintry Canada, summery Australia, or global locations in-between, the race teams from five continents know that in Abu Dhabi, the heat is on.
The 2017 IHF World Men's Handball Championship was the 25th event hosted by the International Handball Federation. The event was held in France from 11 to 29 January 2017.
The IHF Men’s Handball World Championships in France were one of the best covered handball tournaments ever. During the competition videoReferee® was the overall video judging system and used at all venues. Beginning with the semi-final the last four games, including the final match, were covered with a 20 channel videoReferee® system, giving the referees as much viewing angles as never before. The videoReferee® had access to 8 signals from system-specific cameras located directly at the field and in the goals. Since the host broadcaster during the finals used more cameras as originally planned (including a flying camera), it was self-evident for the videoReferee® team to make these additional signals accessible to the referees for judging purposes. To fulfil this goal the number of camera signals retrieved from the OB Van was increased to 12 signals.
The undisputed biggest game in American sports is the Super Bowl, and this year Fox Sports is preparing a massive live production using a wide array of Vizrt production tools. Preparations began with a multi-year deal for Vizrt to provide Fox Sports with the Viz Libero sports analysis system for both the national and regional networks. Viz Libero enhances play-by-play coverage by providing alternate angles, virtual fly throughs and detailed analysis with telestration tied to the field.
Known to many as the toughest and most challenging Urban Street race series in the world, the RedHookCrit series not only brings fans the thrill of bike racers speeding through major cities across the globe, but also adds drama by having all riders on track bikes with fixed gears and no brakes. Given this level of difficulty, it’s not surprising that the series has become an institution amongst cyclists, keen to see how many brave racers make the finish line.
Blackmagic Design today announced that Manchester City Football Club has integrated a solution featuring Blackmagic Design infrastructure products to handle all aspects of video production across its Academy Stadium, which is located at its elite training and youth development facility, the City Football Academy.
Once again LMC LiveMotionConcept supplied multiple Antelope UltraSlowMotion Cameras at the most prestigious Alpine Skiing Event. ORF Austrian Television with director Michael Koegler was in charge of the World Feed of the 77. edition of the world famous Hahnenkamm Race in Kitzbuehel, Tyrolia. Since 1931 the Hahnenkamm Races have taken place at the Kitzbuehel Hausberg mountain on Streif and Ganslernhang.