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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2014

“Join Us” was this year’s motto for the Eurovision Song Contest, which was hosted on Refshaleøen island in the B&W Hallerne, a former shipbuilding hall that was specially converted into a show arena for the contest. With the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, Refshaleøen was transformed into “Eurovision Island“, and played host to a colourful ensemble of artists and ESC fans and once again set new standards for production technology and as an eye opener.
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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2014

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The Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna

After Austria’s first and only previous Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) victory in 1966, Conchita Wurst succeeded in bringing the ESC 2015 from Copenhagen to Vienna. The 60th anniversary of the Song Contest is truly historic in many ways: Geographical boundaries have been broken with the unprecedented inclusion of Australia into the 2015 Eurovision family and the motto “Building Bridges” aimed at making connections across national borders, across cultures and indeed across decades celebrating tolerance and inclusion while promoting respect and tolerance.

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The Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna

Review Super Bowl XLVIII: Halftime Show: Bruno Mars

Accompanied by a light show that featured 80,000 fans with illuminated hats, pop star Bruno Mars rocked the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday with a selection of his hits including Treasure and Runaway Baby. Dressed in a glittery, '50s style jacket and narrow tie, the bouffant-topped singer danced across the stage as fire effects and fireworks lit up East Rutherford, New Jersey's Met Life Stadium.
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Review Super Bowl XLVIII: Halftime Show: Bruno Mars

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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2013

With a 57-year history, the Eurovision Song Contest is the world’s most-watched non-sporting event and this year was broadcast live into 44 countries – as far as Eurovision-mad Australia! 11,000 spectators had secured themselves tickets to the final, enjoying the exuberant party atmosphere and the powerful live sound in the Malmö Arena. The audience helped make the show – becoming an integral part of it when their LED bracelets turned the auditorium into a sea of little lights or lit up to create the national colours of the next artist to enter the stage.
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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2013

REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2012

The Eurovision Song Contest can be a rollercoaster of emotions for the artists taking part. From the thrill of qualifying for the Final, to the dejection of failing to make the last 26. The Final of Europe's Favourite TV Show, on Saturday 26th May was won of course by Loreen from Sweden as she romped home to victory with Euphoria. It was a runaway victory for Sweden in the end. The runners up came from Russia, Buranovskiye Babushki and third place was won by Željko Joksimović of Serbia.
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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2012

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Christie MicroTiles on The 10 Million Show

The 10 Million Show is a game show broadcast on weekends on the Rossiya 1 TV channel (part of the state VGTRK media holding). Making its debut on 4th September 2010, the Russian programme was inspired by The Million Pound Drop, which started on Britain's Channel 4 on 24th May 2010.
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Christie MicroTiles on The 10 Million Show

Trickbox TV Keeps Processes Simple, Costs Low with AJA Ki Pro 

London-based Trickbox TV provides technical know-how, equipment and crew for the production of broadcast shows, music shows and festivals, corporate events, webcasts and more. Specializing in multi-camera shoots, they create the setups clients need, and also provide crew. Recently, owner and managing director Liam Laminman has noticed a growing client demand for AJA Ki Pro digital recorders to be included in their production packages.
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Trickbox TV Keeps Processes Simple, Costs Low with AJA Ki Pro 

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REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2011

The Eurovision Song Contest 2011

During a meeting in Monaco in 1955, EBU Director Marcel Bezençon (1907-1981) launched the idea of bringing Europe together in a televised, pan-European music competition in the style of the Italian San Remo Festival. At the same time, the Eurovision Grand Prix (as it was named back then) would be an ambitious experiment to broadcast live to several countries at the same time. That’s how it all started...
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The Eurovision Song Contest 2011

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ToolsOnAir Goes Live with MTV European Music Awards

The MTV European Music Awards (EMAs) have always held a special place in the hearts and minds of music fans the world over. From the very first show in 1994, MTV has endeavored to make the EMAs an event to remember. And whether intentional (pitching a giant tent in the middle of Berlin's Brandenburger Tor in '94), impromptu (Iggy Pop's unplanned 7-minute performance of Lust for Life in '99), or just plain bizarre (Puff Daddy demanding a bath of milk backstage in '02), the show has consistently delivered.
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ToolsOnAir Goes Live with MTV European Music Awards

MicroTiles in Telemadrid’s ‘El Círculo’

El Círculo is a morning chat show broadcast by the regional TV channel Telemadrid from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 9:30 am. Presented by Ely del Valle, and aired for the first time ten years ago, the programme has become one of the channel’s leading shows. Every morning, with the aid of two guest journalists, presenter Del Valle interviews the leading personalities of the moment from the worlds of politics, culture, society, sports... El Círculo is the first contact with the day’s talking points, introducing the issues and topics to be developed in the news throughout the rest of the day.
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MicroTiles in Telemadrid’s ‘El Círculo’

Christie Powers Dancing on Ice

The breathtaking images projected across the ice on the recent Dancing On Ice reality TV series — seen by an average of more than 10 million viewers tuning into ITV on a Saturday night — was the result of a close collaboration between Christie, and TV production specialists, Anna Valley Displays.
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Christie Powers Dancing on Ice

grandMA at the Movies- Nine

Lighting Designer Mike Baldassari and Programmer/Operator Dave Sadler used a grandMA full-size console to run lights for the filming of 13 dynamically different musical numbers that will feature in the new Rob Marshall movie, “Nine”. These sections were recorded during a three and a half month period at Shepperton Studios, Middlesex, UK.
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grandMA at the Movies- Nine

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