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ALEXA Fiber Remote Option Live On Air

For the very first time, ARRI ALEXA cameras equipped with the Fiber Remote Option have been used for a live television broadcast. The setting for this significant achievement was an opera at the Bregenz Festival in Austria -- the inaugural production of André Tchaikowsky's adaptation of William Shakespeare's play THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. Swiss production company TPC made the decision to shoot the opera exclusively with ALEXA Fiber Remotes, using six of the cameras to create a highly dynamic live transmission.
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ALEXA Fiber Remote Option Live On Air

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AnDa Union Choose DPA to Mic Mongolian Instruments

Mongolian band AnDa Union are using DPA microphones on their current world tour to provide a powerful live sound for a large and wonderful variety of acoustic instruments. The band, who hail from Hohhot in China, formed in a mission to discover and perpetuate their Mongolian musical heritage, and have been performing worldwide for the past eight years. The mics were supplied by DPA’s UK distributor, Sound Network.
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AnDa Union Choose DPA to Mic Mongolian Instruments

Angénieux Hits The Red Carpet at The Cannes Film Festival

Thales-Angénieux was busy at Cannes, unveiling a new lens and new logo with colors that matched the red carpet. Angénieux’s new Optimo 45-120mm T2.8 lightweight zoom is the third lens in the line of lightweight Optimo zooms. The new lens joins the Optimo 15-40mm T2.6 and 28-70mm T2.6.
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Angénieux Hits The Red Carpet at The Cannes Film Festival

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Another Glorious Glasto for Fineline

Bristol based lighting and visuals rental company, Fineline Lighting supplied lighting and rigging including ground support systems to five popular, action-packed stages at the 2014 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts. This included the Acoustic, Cabaret, Circus, Astrolabe Stages and HMS WOW at the world’s largest and highest profile greenfield music and entertainment festival … which took place last weekend in Somerset, UK.
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Another Glorious Glasto for Fineline

Another Glorious Glasto for Robe

Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, the UK’s highest profile and best known festival event once again proves a massive hit for Robe moving lights – over 600 of which were deployed on a multiplicity of stages site-wide, including in major creative areas like Arcadia’s giant spider spectacular show and legendary underground dance destination, Block 9.
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Another Glorious Glasto for Robe

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Arabian Nights

The Sons of Mannheim, Thomas Godoj, Sasha and Peter Maffay – Record Lab, based in Cologne, Germany, has covered several large-scale broadcast and live recording projects. Most recently they handled a Catholic Church service for the German public broadcaster ZDF. However, one of their most extensive and logistically challenging productions this year was a concert tour in Syria by the Armenian KOHAR Symphony Orchestra. For this task, Lawo mc266 consoles were put to use in Record Lab’s ‘Mobile One’ truck and the associated ‘nobeo 1’ OB van
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Arabian Nights

ARC Sound Works Its Magic As Shakespeare’s Globe Takes Full Production

Over the years, London based live production company ARC Sound has produced many corporate functions in the Underglobe, the events space situated beneath London’s famous Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. But since the reconstruction in wood of the original Elizabethan playhouse on the Thames South Bank, a full production set up has never been allowed, or indeed attempted, in the main theatre space itself.
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ARC Sound Works Its Magic As Shakespeare’s Globe Takes Full Production

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Arqiva Delivers Live Q&A for ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’ into UK Cinemas

Arqiva has enabled Digital Cinema partner Arts Alliance Media to include a live Question & Answer session with special screenings of the acclaimed documentary film ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’. This is a David Byrne concert film that blends riveting onstage performances with intimate details of the creative collaborations that make the music and performance happen. The live Q&A was filmed and distributed to cinemas via Arqiva’s Digital Cinema satellite platform, enabling audiences around the country to enjoy the unique event as it happened.
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Arqiva Delivers Live Q&A for ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’ into UK Cinemas

Arqiva helps BBC deliver new approach to natural history broadcasting

The BBC’s latest adventure into live natural history programming, Lambing Live, billed by some as ‘EweTube’ has been one of the surprise hits of the year so far, attracting more 2 million viewers in the UK on its opening night. The week-long show provided an insight into the biggest and busiest event in the farming calendar.
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Arqiva helps BBC deliver new approach to natural history broadcasting

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Art and History: “Concert of Light” and grandMA enchant Jerusalem

Via the music of Brahms, Grieg, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky or Verdi you can travel back in time. A journey that seems so fitting for the city of Jerusalem, which breathes history with every building. It was therefore a perfect match when the music of these well known composers opened the "Jerusalem Festival of Light 2010" with the performance “The Light Concert". Taking place at the Sultan’s Pool in the Israeli capital the concert was merging music and lighting in a high-class event.
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Art and History: “Concert of Light” and grandMA enchant Jerusalem

Art Curtain at the Chazen Museum of Art

Gerriets had a new and exciting opportunity to help realize the fantastic concepts of visionary designer Petra Blaisse and her company Inside Outside. Previous projects with Inside Outside include the Casa da Musica (Porto, Portugal) and the Mercedes-Benz Museum (Stuttgart, Germany).
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Art Curtain at the Chazen Museum of Art

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Asia TV Forum & Market and ScreenSingapore 2014 open with strong line-up and record attendance expected
Asia TV Forum & Market and ScreenSingapore 2016 Returns with its Largest Edition

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Aspen Music Festival Completes its 65th Successful Season

Since 1949, The Aspen Music Festival and School has been one of the most famous classical music festivals in the world and one of the most prolific, hosting more than 350 performances between June and August each year. The Festival, which features four in-residence orchestras where students play alongside faculty, is recorded each year and can be heard on American Public Media (APM), Colorado Public Radio and Aspen Public Radio. To faithfully capture every nuance of the performances, The Festival relies on several Neumann M 150 microphones at its principal venue: Benedict Music Tent.
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Aspen Music Festival Completes its 65th Successful Season
At the heart of culture: grandMA2 for Belarus Palace of Republic

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