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At NAB2017 on 25 April Lise Cosimi, Chief External Relations HBS, exchanged views about Gender Equality in the broadcast industry, with Muriel de Lathouwer, EVS’ CEO and the initiatives the two companies have been setting up to allow women broader access to tech/broadcast training.
Broadcast Sports International provided seventeen Real Freedom microwave systems to CBS Sports for their coverage of the 81st edition of the Masters Golf Tournament.
In order to modernize its OB facilities, Antenna Hungária, the Hungarian terrestrial broadcasting, telecommunications and live production services provider, has purchased multiple solutions from EVS, the live video production technology leader. The solutions will be installed into the service provider’s OB facilities by Hungarian systems integrator and long-time partner of EVS, Rexfilm Broadcast and Communications Systems.
EVS, the leader in live production solutions, announced today that K LEAGUE, Korea’s premier professional soccer league, has purchased three Xeebra systems, enabling its referees to make better in-game officiating decisions. It is the first football association in Asia to adopt a VAR (video assistant referee). The adoption of a VAR system comes after the league felt the need to improve its officiating processes and will allow the main referees to consult both assistant officiating staff and the VAR in order to make better decisions on the field.
PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications service provider, and Ideal Systems, Asia’s largest broadcast and media systems integrator, have successfully delivered the world’s first live 360° and 3D multi-camera coverage of the 2017 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens with the support of Now TV, the official host broadcaster of the event, providing viewers with a totally immersive virtual reality (VR) viewing experience.
The second stop of the 2017 Red Bull Air Race World Championship was full of surprises on Sunday, as none of names on the podium matched those of February’s season opener. Yoshihide Muroya of Japan claimed the win, while Slovenia’s Peter Podlunšek was second, and defending World Champion Matthias Dolderer of Germany took third.
SHOTOVER, the manufacturer of high-performance stabilization platforms, announced today a new partnership with top international sports management, marketing, and media company, Dorna Sports. The deal includes a SHOTOVER aerial camera system, further highlighting SHOTOVER’s leadership in the live broadcast market. As the exclusive commercial and television rights holder for the FIM MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix, Dorna will utilize their new system during all live broadcasts of the MotoGP races, providing fans with pristine views of the top racers.
The new half-billion-dollar venue that is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings opened last fall as one of the nation’s most advanced facilities for sports, events and entertainment. The Golden 1 Center was designed to cater to the desires of fans and offers an immersive experience based on the latest broadcast and replay capabilities managed by a massive network infrastructure. Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, was instrumental in providing the necessary camera, replay, production switching, routing, multiviewer and signal processing technology to achieve the ambitious goals set by owners.
Fox Sports recently refitted Stage B at its Pico Studio in Los Angeles with nearly 100% Elation Professional products, an energy-efficient LED-based lighting system designed by award-winning Victor Fable with lighting supply by Kinetic Lighting. The new lighting system includes a host of Elation broadcast-optimized lights including one of Elation’s latest LED wash solutions, the Fuze Wash Z120™, a PAR moving head with 120W RGBW COB LED engine.
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced that Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California, successfully launched VITEC’s IPTV Sports Venue Solution. With comprehensive capabilities of VITEC’s EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Platform, each of the over 700 displays located throughout the concourse, concession stands, VIP clubs, suites, and lofts now offers fully customizable, dynamic digital signs, live TV channels, and low-latency streaming of any event.
ChyronHego announced that the Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), one of the world's largest sports organizations, has signed a new four-year contract with ChyronHego to use the company's award-winning TRACAB™ image-based tracking system for Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 matches. Installed in all 35 DFL arenas, TRACAB will continue to collect real-time ball and player-tracking data and enable powerful team and player insight for the 36 DFL football clubs over the next four years, representing a total of almost 2,500 matches.
As part of its ongoing engagement with Perform Group, Reality Check Systems (RCS) recently completed a head-to-toe graphics redesign for DAZN, Perform Group’s live and video on-demand sports streaming service, available in Japan, Germany Austria and Switzerland (DACH). RCS designed and built all new visuals to enhance the viewer experience, in addition to delivering improved data integration, production infrastructure advancements and more. The new look recently debuted alongside the launch of DAZN’s J.League soccer programming.
The English Premier League has extended its contract to use ChyronHego's award-winning TRACAB™ image-based tracking system across the entire league. TRACAB will continue to deliver real-time ball- and player-tracking data and enable powerful insight into match play for all 20 Premier League clubs over the 2016/2017, 2017/2018, and 2018/2019 seasons, at 380 matches per season.
IHSE USA announced today that outside broadcast (OB) provider Game Creek Video relied on IHSE high-performance KVM gear in six of the OB trucks it sent to cover the 2017 professional football championship game and associated events in Houston. Game Creek Video was involved with on-site production for three major broadcasters.
The 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, held in February in St. Moritz, Switzerland, was supported by a robust and flexible media and communications network based on Riedel Communications solutions. Leveraging Riedel's MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing network and Artist digital matrix intercom system, the integrated communications backbone contributed significantly to the safe and smooth running of the ski championships, Switzerland's largest and most visible sports event this year.