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GOL TV- Tapeless Sports Production

GOL Television is a 24/7 football channel that is produced in full HD based on a tapeless workflow. The channel provides viewers with live and recorded broadcasts, match highlights, news bulletins, as well as all of the goals from the major European and South American football leagues.
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GOL TV- Tapeless Sports Production

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Global Digital Solutions for the Media World- Broadcasting Center Europe

Located in Luxembourg, Broadcasting Center Europe (BCE) is a major European player providing technical services in the fields of TV, Radio, Telecommunications and IT. BCE was founded in January 2000 as a result of the merge of different technical entities of RTL Group. With a high qualified and motivated staff of 210 people, BCE serves about 400 clients in various sectors, such as TV channels, Radio stations, film distributors, producers, advertising companies, telecommunications operators and public services. With its know-how at the crossroads of the media technologies, BCE is well positioned to support clients in all their projects concerning multi-media content production and distribution – including the complete High Definition workflow from acquisition to transmission.
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Global Digital Solutions for the Media World- Broadcasting Center Europe

Game, Set and Match: How WTA Coverage Got Served

Methods of capture, transportation, protocols, control and even delivery are changing. Disparate hardware elements are becoming no more than nodes on multi-lingual networks, with audio and video equipment sending control, audio and video signals across lightweight fibre cabling.

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Game, Set and Match: How WTA Coverage Got Served

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FUJIFILM’s Innovative 4K Fujinon ZK-Series (Cabrio) Zoom Lenses Make the Grade eight (8) Days a Week

“There are three words that sum up my use of Fujinon Cabrio zoom lenses perfectly – quality, speed and time”, says 8 Days a Week owner Borće Damćevski who, in his role as a respected DOP, is well known for his extensive work shooting promos and TVCs for high profile brands including L’Oreal, Nestle, Ford, Nissan, Disney Australia, X-Factor and My Kitchen Rules amongst others.
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FUJIFILM’s Innovative 4K Fujinon ZK-Series (Cabrio) Zoom Lenses Make the Grade eight (8) Days a Week

Fuels High-Octane – HD Production for SPEED

SPEED is America’s premier cable television network dedicated to motor sports and the passion for everything automotive. From racing to restoration, motorcycles to movies, autos to auctions, Speed delivers quality programming from the track to the garage. Speed is the home to Nascar on Speed, Formula One racing and popular shows like “The Speed Report,” and “Wind Tunnel.” Speed reaches more than 78 million homes in North America and has a strong following on speedtv.com. Speed also provides content for interactive TV, broadband, video on demand, and mobile devices.
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Fuels High-Octane – HD Production for SPEED

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French Open got Sony 3D treatment

It is increasingly rare to find a major sports event which isn't covered at least in part by 3D stereoscopic cameras. The FIFA World Cup will provide the largest global grandstand for the format but 3D recording and transmission also debuted in 2010 at cricket in India, ice hockey in New York and at the World Championships in Germany, the rugby Six Nations tournament in London & Paris and the State of Origin in Australia, Ryder Cup, Golf Masters and PGA Tour, while events like surfing, darts and boxing have all received 3D trials. After the UEFA Champions League final in Madrid, UEFA is mulling plans to transmit select matches of the Champions League in 3D while nearly all motorsports bodies have also conducted tests. Selected matches of the English Premier League and the French Ligue 1 are covered on Sky 3D UK respectively Orange since April, as well as NFL matches on ESPN 3D. And two of the German Football Cup matches were aired live within 24 hours on Sky 3D Germany in October.
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French Open got Sony 3D treatment

For No Doubt Tour, There’s No Doubt about the Virtues of VENUE

After a five-year hiatus, multi Grammy® Award-winning band No Doubt have reunited, trekking across the U.S. and Canada on a summer tour that’s just winding down. Helping the band get the crowd on their feet each night is veteran front-of-house live sound engineer John Kerns, who depends on a VENUE Profile System to handle the band’s high energy shows, rigorous touring schedule, and high 64-input channel count.
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For No Doubt Tour, There’s No Doubt about the Virtues of VENUE

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Fair play for everyone with slomo.tv videoReferee® system!

A decade ago, Slomo.tv, a leading international supplier of cost-effective, high performance server-based video recording and replay systems introduced its first 4-channel sports video judging system, videoReferee®, at the 2007 World Hockey Championship in Moscow. Working closely with Vladimir Mironov, the chief engineer of Moscow Krylatskoye Ice Arenas, slomo.tv developed the concept of a modern video judging system for ice hockey. Since then, several generations of slomo.tv videoReferee systems have been installed in more than fifty arenas throughout the world.

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Fair play for everyone with slomo.tv videoReferee® system!

Facility House Broadcast Newest HD OBVan Relies on Draco major

Facility House Broadcast Group is the Netherland’s newest full-service facility management company for the television industry and already one of the most highly respected providers in their home market. Facility House offers video, film and production services from news to documentaries, from pop to classical, from reality to drama and sports to education for all ENG recordings any video standard.
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Facility House Broadcast Newest HD OBVan Relies on Draco major

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EVS Sports360: The All-Round Sports Workflow

The sports media business is undergoing rapid changes bringing on tough challenges for today’s broadcasters, including the partitioning of rights, the merge between IT and traditional broadcast technology, as well as the profusion of competing digital media platforms.
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EVS Sports360: The All-Round Sports Workflow

EVS Digital Workflow Powers beIN SPORT Channels in France

The sports broadcast scene in Europe is hotting up, and new entrants acquire rights and launch new channels in the competition for viewers with this lucrative genre. In France, beIN SPORT launched last year, and BT Sport has launched in the UK this year. To set up the broadcast operation, Al Jazeera turned to Unitecnic, a broadcast engineering and systems integrator based in Barcelona, with offices in Madrid, Lisbon, Miami, Buenos Aires and Dubai. Unitecnic is a business unit of MediaPro, part of WPP’s Imagina Group.
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EVS Digital Workflow Powers beIN SPORT Channels in France

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Evolution of SDI 

Hudson defines "bandwidth disparity" as the new image formats and production requirements that are rapidly pushing past what is feasible for a modern, 3 Gbit/s serial digital interface (SDI) to handle.
 
All this has occurred in about eight years since SMPTE first published the single-link 3G-SDI standard, SMPTE ST 425M/ST 424M, which experienced rapid and widespread adoption as the broadcast industry's preferred, realtime, streaming media interface.
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Evolution of SDI 

Esperanza Spalding Facebook Live event

How do you compose and record an entire album from scratch in just 77 hours while simultaneously live streaming the entire process to millions of fans? Find out how Grammy-winner jazz musician Esperanza Spalding brought her music-making process to her fans using the Viz Opus compact control room system. 

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Esperanza Spalding Facebook Live event

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ES Broadcast: A Year of Growth

2016 has without a doubt been a year of significant growth for ES Broadcast, not only for the sales division, but in all areas of the business. There have been a number of additions to the team over the last 12 months, across all departments, securing the company’s ability to expand into new aspects of the broadcast market, maximising the services we are able to offer to our growing list of valued customers.

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ES Broadcast: A Year of Growth

EPC Speeds Ahead: World Rally Championship with Quantel

EPC required a system that could be built and tested within three weeks of the initial contract agreement, ready for use at the Vodafone Rally de Portugal, with editors and producers fully trained in this time. The ability to integrate GoPro files was also a key consideration for EPC when selecting a system as a lot of footage comes directly from GoPro cameras fitted in the rally cars themselves. And finally, the system had to have easy handling of HD material and quick time-to-air as EPC would be shooting the season’s programming entirely in HD with a very short turnaround time between rally heats. Quantel’s Enterprise sQ fast-turnaround production system was selected as the winning tender, successfully meeting EPC’s key criteria.
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EPC Speeds Ahead: World Rally Championship with Quantel

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