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Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

The technology and ingenuity of broadcasters with distribution rights to the 2012 Olympics were thoroughly tested in an effort to serve a wider viewing audience than ever before, measured both geographically and by sheer audience numbers. Following extensive evaluations to find the best encoding platforms for both live and on-demand video streaming, the BBC, CTV, Terra, NHK and Eurosport all selected Elemental video processing solutions to support coverage of the 2012 Olympics.
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Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

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Driving IP based live TV with Celebro Media

Celebro Media specialises in live production, providing studio space, galleries, uplink facilities, staff and everything required producing and transmitting live content. The rapidly growing studio facility has five studios at its central London location with further facilities in Moscow. By Autumn 2017, Celebro Media will have completed works on an additional five studios in London and two in New York. Also, its has recently begun trials of a new OB service that allows multi camera switching down a single transmission line. The service is currently being offered to international broadcaster on a trial basis.

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Driving IP based live TV with Celebro Media

Driving Broadcast Innovation: SAM and Timeline TV Deliver Live 4K Sports

Based in London, Timeline Television is a well-known name in UK broadcasting. For the past 10 years, the company has been spearheading broadcast solutions from concept to completion, including: outside broadcasts, post-production and studio-based productions. With two sizeable post production facilities in London and a third in MediaCityUK (Salford), Timeline works with many of the UK’s broadcasters to deliver technical and creative facilities for programmes that vary in size and scope from live music and awards shows to political party conferences, global and domestic sports competitions, and current affairs. 

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Driving Broadcast Innovation: SAM and Timeline TV Deliver Live 4K Sports

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DreamHack Summer 2013

Blackmagic Design’s Teranex 2D Processor played an integral role during DreamHack Summer in bringing the gaming and digital experience to life for over 20,000 visitors, 10 million stream starts and 2.5 million unique viewers of the international digital festival.
DreamHack Summer 2013 continued the festival’s reputation for breaking records. As well as holding the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest LAN party, June’s event achieved the most viewing hours per user ever, with over 10 million stream starts and 2.5 million unique viewers over the weekend across a range of channels including national broadcast, live performances and online content.
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DreamHack Summer 2013

Dorna Sports and the MotoGP

Since 1992, Dorna has been the exclusive holder of all commercial and TV rights for the FIM MotoGP World Championship. The company also participates in the management, marketing, and distribution of other motorsports properties, such as the Spanish Road Racing Championship (CEV).
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Dorna Sports and the MotoGP

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Digital 9000: Sennheiser’s Wireless System Makes Waves

Launched at last year’s IBC, Sennheiser’s Digital 9000 wireless system has since become an integral part of the broadcasting, theatre and live audio worlds. The high-end solution is the first digital wireless system that can work without compression, transmitting full HD audio. We take a look back at what we’ve achieved together with our customers in a year of pristine audio transmission. It’s a journey featuring top events such as Eurovision, global superstars like Leona Lewis, renowned theatres, and national broadcasters. And this is only the start…
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Digital 9000: Sennheiser’s Wireless System Makes Waves

Designing and Manufacturing the uPod Micro

uPod Micro is a feat of design and engineering developed in response to a specific market need. The ultimate portable uplink system has proved an instant hit for a wide range of applications. The uplink system comes in a range of sizes from 0.75m in diameter through 1.3m, all of which are lightweight at under 23kg each and are compliant with the package size regulations set out by the IATA. Crucially, they can be loaded as normal baggage on aircraft.
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Designing and Manufacturing the uPod Micro

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Deploying 3D TV in 2011

3D TV has generated a tremendous amount of interest in the industry following the latest enormous success in the movie theatre. Compared to the “3D crazes” of the past, advances in camera, delivery and display technologies make it possible to effectively deploy 3D TV to the home. Over the past year, a number of broadcasters have announced the launch of dedicated 3D channels and many more will inevitably follow. In addition to providing dedicated linear and on-demand channels of 3D content from Hollywood, broadcasters are differentiating themselves by their ability to provide coverage of live sporting and cultural events in 3D.
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Deploying 3D TV in 2011

Danish Radio: Completing Digital Audio Workflow

The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), Denmark’s national broadcasting corporation, has just consolidated all its television, radio and media programming into one mega-facility. The newly-built DR Byen complex in Cophenhagen is made up of four buildings spread over 133,000 square meters.
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Danish Radio: Completing Digital Audio Workflow

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CTV in the Vancouver 2010 Games

In the history of Olympic broadcasting, CTV’s production was unique. The incredible number of hours broadcast was unprecedented. The production model had never been used before. In the end it was an overwhelming success. The number of viewers had never been seen before in Canadian broadcasting. It has become a defining moment in Canadian Television history.
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CTV in the Vancouver 2010 Games

Creating an Immersive Experience for Connected Sports Fans

A 22-question, multiple-choice questionnaire was designed to measure the attitudes and preferences of sports fans with reasonable detail (descriptive research). Through random probability sampling, fans were interviewed at a variety of venues – both onsite at major sports events and at public areas such as sports bars, airports and commercial centers. It covered five sports (football/soccer, basketball, hockey, baseball and tennis) across Germany, Belgium, Spain and three major cities of the United States (New York, Chicago and Dallas). Respondents were all 18 years of age and older and identified as a keen spectator of any sport (at least two hours per week spent following sports in person, on television or through any other media). Cross tabulation and chi square segmentation analysis was utilized to formulate results.

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Creating an Immersive Experience for Connected Sports Fans

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coolux at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China


coolux has delivered equipment for the following pavilions at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China:

- The Urban Planel Pavilion
- The Oil Pavilion
- The Singapore Pavilion
- The Australian Pavilion
- The Cisco Pavilion
- The Hong Kong Pavilion
- The US Pavilion
- The Macao Pavilion
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coolux at EXPO 2010 Shanghai China

Connected Live Events

For the third year in a row, Icon Broadcast Group, a production company based in the Netherlands handled the live operations for VESTROCK festival, engaging the audience through social media.

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Connected Live Events

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Compact OB Vehicles

In the international Outside Broadcast (OB) market big is not always most beautiful. From its state of the art design and manufacturing centre in Istanbul, Hitachi Kokusai Turkey (HKT) has developed a range of compact and versatile OB vehicles that provide a range of highly cost-effective production solutions.

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Compact OB Vehicles

Clear-Com Secures Intercom for Formula E

Petrol heads may still see it as sacrilege, but after two successful seasons Formula E, the racing championship for electric cars, has proved popular and is making people look at motor sports in a different way. New technology is also playing a major role behind the scenes, providing the vital communications link not only between the team engineers and their drivers but also allowing televisions viewers to hear the instructions being given and enabling commentators to interact with the racers.

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Clear-Com Secures Intercom for Formula E

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