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Microphone Usage for Sports Broadcasting

Audio for sports broadcasting is a specialty that places extremely high demands on the equipment - the microphones in particular. They have to sound good while reproducing the sound of a complex, often irregular space; one must be able to set them up within a few hours; they must be easy to handle, yet robust enough to withstand wind and weather, and they must be reliable under rough, everyday conditions. And they must be nearly invisible, since they can’t be allowed to block the view of the event nor of the advertising banners. All this makes life very interesting for the sound engineers, planners, equipment operators and manufacturers who support this special field.
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Microphone Usage for Sports Broadcasting

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Mediapro's First Ever UHD El Clasico Enabled by EVS Live Production Tools

As a leading provider of technical, production and distribution services, the MEDIAPRO Group knows what it takes to produce a great live production. Having been a customer of EVS for over 20 years, it understands the importance of using the right equipment in the unforgiving live environment.

El Clásico is a clash between Spain’s two biggest clubs Real Madrid CF and FC Barcelona, and one of the biggest and most prestigious matches in world football. The first El Clásico of the 2015/2016 La Liga season was played in Madrid in November. In charge of producing the host broadcast feed for the game, MEDIAPRO wanted to broadcast feeds in both HD and Ultra-HD. To do this, it installed a number of EVS technologies to enable the production.

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Mediapro's First Ever UHD El Clasico Enabled by EVS Live Production Tools

Mediacorp with IHSE KVM Switches

Mediacorp pioneered the development of Singapore’s broadcasting industry, beginning with radio broadcast in 1936 followed by television broadcast in 1963.  As over-the-top media distribution evolved, the organisation embraced new technology and transmission methodology. Today, it is the leading Singapore-based media company covering the widest range of media platforms; spanning digital, television, radio, print and out-of-home media with over 50 products and brands in four languages (English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil). The organisation’s recent move to Singapore’s ultra-modern media hub at Mediapolis@One-North instigated a new era of broadcasting, radio and online operations for Mediacorp.

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Mediacorp with IHSE KVM Switches

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Major Christie MicroTiles Displays For Bulgaria On Air’s New Television Studio

New television station Bulgaria On Air hascommissioned a major Christie MicroTiles installation at its newly-renovatedfacility near Sofia Airport. This is the first use of the revolutionary videowall in Bulgaria.BOA is located near to SofiaAirport (Brussels 1 blvd, Sofia, Bulgaria) in completely renovated facilitiesowned by the holding.ThestatioTOwned by MSAT Cable, a subsidiary of Holding Varna, the priority of thisbroadcaster is to deliver top quality business and financial information tolocal audiences and international investors, advising them on the opportunitiesthat exist in Bulgaria. Their development strategy is to generate leads byattracting the right audience.
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Major Christie MicroTiles Displays For Bulgaria On Air’s New Television Studio

London Live

In September 2013 MRMC and LL began discussions around ways to employ motion control robotics to realise a radically different approach to broadcast studio content acquisition and workflows.

Headed by Technical Director, Bryn Balcombe, the LL team saw an opportunity to challenge traditional assumptions of the look and format of TV news and current affairs programmes.

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London Live

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London 2012 Olympic Games

Once L-ACOUSTICS were selected as the brand of choice for the sound system at the Olympic Stadium for the Olympics and Paralympics at London 2012, the collective team faced a gargantuan task. Exceptional sound was required to electrify a brand new stadium with a capacity of 80,000 for the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the Olympics and Paralympics as well as for every single athletic event held within the Olympic Stadium over a 29 day period in total.
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London 2012 Olympic Games

Live At-Home Production 2.0

Abstract – Tasked with producing more live coverage with squeezed resources, broadcasters are turning to at-home/REMI (remote-integration model) production. Correctly implemented, at-home production can reduce the movement of people and equipment; increase the utilization of equipment; reduce on-site set-up times; and maximize the efficiency of production teams. Historically there have been three major challenges with at-home production; Latency and how to mitigate it; Control and how to extend workflows to the venue; Infrastructure and how raw signals are transported back to base. This paper will clearly explain how these issues are now solved by interconnecting and orchestrating distributed production resources over Wide Area Networks. Solutions partners Net Insight, Calrec and Grass Valley will explain in this paper how a shared technology approach is already providing broadcasters with a complete, proven and easy way to generate significantly more live content.

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Live At-Home Production 2.0

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Lighting the Astana Media Center

Under commission from the Kazakhstan government and in partnership with the Istanbul-based system-integrator Akfa Technology, ARRI Lighting Solutions has designed and equipped the new Astana Media Center (AMC), a state-of-the-art, 75,500m² media complex in Astana, Kazakhstan's capital. As a result, the AMC has become one of the most advanced production facilities in the region, offering sophisticated studios and lighting tools, and enabling high-quality content creation for national and syndicated distribution.
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Lighting the Astana Media Center

LED Lighting – It’s what’s Inside that Counts

When high quality LED lighting was introduced to the broadcast world it became the first serious contender for more than fifty years to challenge the dominance of traditional tungsten fixtures. Since then, more and more broadcasters have switched on to the latest high quality LEDs and have seen a raft of operational and financial benefits, from improved quality for the longer term, to significantly cheaper running costs and reduced energy bills.
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LED Lighting – It’s what’s Inside that Counts

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LEA 2016

On 4th April 2016, the PRG Live Entertainment Awards (PRG LEA) were presented in the Festhalle in Frankfurt in front of an audience of over 1,400 guests from the national and international music, event and entertainment scenes. With a total of 14 awards, event organisers, artist managers, concert agents, venue operators and artists were recognised for their excellent achievements in the live entertainment industry.

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LEA 2016

Larger than Life

Given the choice of watching a major live event on site or via television, most people would opt for the real thing. Sure, you have to get to the venue, perhaps queue to buy a ticket, find your seat or maybe stand for hours. If it is a football match, the audience in front will probably stand up for a better view of each goal, completely blocking your view. But you are there and you feel part of it.
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Larger than Life

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IRIDAS, ParadiseFX and Silicon Imaging enable 3D production workflows with NVIDIA Quadro, including the Digital Video Pipeline

Going to the movies has changed forever. Live-action, stereoscopic 3D production creates highly immersive theater experiences, and is proving to be a boon to box office revenues. “Avatar” has earned over $2.5 billion at the box office, then “Alice in Wonderland 3D” broke the record for opening weekend in 3D, and the highly anticipated release of “Tron Legacy” is poised to be huge successes.
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IRIDAS, ParadiseFX and Silicon Imaging enable 3D production workflows with NVIDIA Quadro, including the Digital Video Pipeline

Immersive Audio: The Next Big Thing?

The broadcast industry has been experiencing a tremendous transformation since the arrival of the Internet, and digital convergence has become a reality. The way media content is created, produced, distributed, shared and consumed has been undergoing a huge change. User’s habits have radically shifted and social media, as well as personalized services, have become popular. While traditionally broadcasting services were offered by specific organizations and companies with a well-established business model, currently the line between the traditional broadcasters and IT-based companies has blurred.

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Immersive Audio: The Next Big Thing?

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Imagine Communications Helps tpc Accelerate Next-Gen Journey with First-Ever All-IP UHD OB Van

tpc switzerland ag is the leading broadcast service provider in Switzerland, with extensive expertise in planning, creating and managing audiovisual projects. The company is focused on production for Swiss broadcasters, as well as live production of major national and international events for the Swiss and global markets. tpc manages TV studios, news operations and a fleet of OB trucks.

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Imagine Communications Helps tpc Accelerate Next-Gen Journey with First-Ever All-IP UHD OB Van

Ikegami Cameras for Al Kass

Ikegami cameras have been chosen for the OB-10 live production vehicle recently completed for sports channel Al Kass in Qatar. The vehicle is believed to be the largest ever commissioned by a Middle East broadcaster. Dimensions including tractor unit are 16.5 meters length and 4 meters height. Width is 2.5 meters expanding to 4.1, fully self-supporting. Total weight is 37 tons. It is equipped with 31 cameras for operation by a 29-strong crew.

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Ikegami Cameras for Al Kass

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