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SoCal Rentals

SoCal Rentals was founded in 2008 to provide clients in broadcast, reality TV, live event production and AV/staging with full service audio, video and LED solutions offering production-specific engineering design, equipment rentals, expert technical management, project consulting and crews. The company recently added 12 AJA Ki Pro Ultras into their rental pool, which already includes massive quantities of AJA gear including hundreds of FiDO fiber and Hi5 SDI to HDMI Mini-Converters, 30 Ki Pros, 20 Ki Pro Racks, multiple FS1 and FS2 frame synchronizers, KUMO routers and more.
 

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Sky News: HD Tapeless Workflow from Field to Playout


“This was a massive project, which required a rigorous examination of many different systems, so when the new channel finally went on air, I knew immediately that all the effort we had made was starting to pay off”
Bevan Gibson, Deputy Head of Technology at SkyNews
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Sky News: HD Tapeless Workflow from Field to Playout

SKY 3D Germany: Bundesliga, DFB Cup, UEFA Champions League and Many More

On 23 February 2010 Sky Germany started its 3D trials with the UEFA Champions League match VFB Stuttgart - FC Barcelona followed by the first Bundesliga match Bayer Leverkusen - Hamburger SV. During the Internationale Funkaustellung in Berlin Sky Germany announced to go on air with its 3D channel on 3 October 2010 with the live broadcast of the Ryder Cup and since 14 January 2011 Sky Germany has shown one Bundesliga match in 3D on every match day in addition to DFB Cup matches, UEFA Champions League matches and other international sports events.
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SKY 3D Germany: Bundesliga, DFB Cup, UEFA Champions League and Many More

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Sixteen 3D Rig Manufacturers- An Overview


21st Century 3D - 3ality - Binocle 3D - Element Technica - Kronomav - P+S Technik - Screen Plane - Stereotec - swissRIG - Tango - 3D Film Factory - British Technical Films - Inter Video 3D - Kerner 3D - Pace - S3D

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Sixteen 3D Rig Manufacturers- An Overview

SIS LIVE Supports BBC Sport at Wimbledon Championships 2013

BBC Sport’s host coverage of The Wimbledon Championships continued in 2013, maintaining its tradition of delivering high quality, compelling and professionally produced television. The entire event was captured and broadcast again in high definition, with SIS LIVE providing technical facilities to BBC Sport and the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) throughout the two week event.
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SIS LIVE Supports BBC Sport at Wimbledon Championships 2013

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Service providers and scenic artists called upon half a million lumens of Christie technology to illuminate the city of Lyon

Since the 17th century, the Festival of Lights in Lyon has been closely linked to the city’s religious history. In 1852, a statue of the Virgin Mary erected at the Chapel of the Hill of Fourvière was to be inaugurated on September 8th, but the Saône river flooded and forced the cancellation of the ceremony. The inauguration was postponed to December 8th, Immaculate Conception Day. That December evening, the people of Lyon spontaneously put lights in their windows, and the Festival of Lights was born!
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Service providers and scenic artists called upon half a million lumens of Christie technology to illuminate the city of Lyon

Salzburg Festival recorded in High Definition

The Salzburg Festival (Salzburger Festspiele) is a prominent festival of music and drama. It is held each summer (for 5 weeks starting in late July) within the Austrian town of Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Salzburg Festival recorded in High Definition

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RTS Serbia: complete broadcast solution in all studios

Panasonic has supplied the TV broadcaster RTS with a professional system of studio cameras which consists of 30 sets of AK-HC5000GSJ cameras, with Camera Control Unit AKUCU500ESJ, Remote Control Panel AK-HRP1000GJ and two models of viewfinders AK-HVF70GJ and AG-CVF15G.

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RTS Serbia: complete broadcast solution in all studios

RTL Televizija integrates Movie2Me in its tapeless workflow

RTL Televizija, the Croatian television channel, decided to implement the tapelessdistribution system in their workflow. From January 2010, the distribution to and from the channel will be done via Movie2Me. Withthe integration of tapeless distribution, RTL Televizija completes its digital workflow,definitively giving up the tape.
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RTL Televizija integrates Movie2Me in its tapeless workflow

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Royal Wedding to be "London’s biggest OB to date"

The Union Flag bunting is going up, the cucumber sandwiches are being cut and the urns of tea are being warmed. It can only mean one of two things: either Channel 4 is filming another documentary about living in 1940s Britain, or the UK is making plans for a Royal Wedding. With 8000 staff and 140 OB trucks converging on London, UK Correspondent, Will Strauss, looks at the biggest occasion for the live event sector in years.
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Royal Wedding to be "London’s biggest OB to date"

Robe for Adele's "Hello" and Armin van Buuren's "Armin Only Embrace"

Robe was one of the first manufacturers to start producing multi-purpose or hybrid fixtures with the launch of The Pointe in 2013, followed by its signature BMFL range of fixtures, the first of which hit the market in September 2014. Both BMFLs and Pointes being seen on a wide variety of tours, shows and events worldwide … they are being specified by leading lighting, visual and show designers and invested in by rental companies of all sizes.

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Robe for Adele's "Hello" and Armin van Buuren's "Armin Only Embrace"

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REVIEW: The Royal Wedding UK 2011

In total, more than 100 broadcasters have covered the wedding, giving it a good chance of being one of the most watched TV events ever. All of which, of course, means a huge boost for the UK’s OB and equipment hire companies. The biggest, and most prestigious, part of the day of course was the wedding itself with coverage provided by a consortium of UK broadcasters – BBC, ITN and Sky.
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REVIEW: The Royal Wedding UK 2011

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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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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