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The Switch Supports Royal Wedding

Saturday, May 19, marked a historic occasion as Britain’s Prince Harry and American Meghan Markle wed in a ceremony at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle. By transmitting more than 200 hours of content over the course of the weekend, The Switch played an integral part in aiding global news and entertainment coverage of this historic event.
 

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The Stars of Armenia

The audience holds their breath, as the opera house seems to collapse. Fortunately, this is only the effect of a surprisingly realistic 3D projection: the opera house in Yerewan’s Liberty Square — the venue for a ‘KOHAR with Stars of Armenia’ mega event – is still intact!
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The Stars of Armenia

The Silent Economy Could Change The Way We Acquire, Use Stuff

It’s New, Better – Companies no longer work for a year or more on a new product or device and then roll out something that is spectacularly different. Instead, they roll out a new version with a change here and there so they can tell you how superior it is to the one you bought yesterday. People are becoming less interested in drinking the Kool-Aid today.
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The Silent Economy Could Change The Way We Acquire, Use Stuff

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The Recipe for Everything You Want, Need

“The Kanamit seem friendly and assure everyone they have nothing to be afraid of. In fact, they offer to share wonderful technology that will provide limitless energy, cure all disease and convert deserts into lush gardens. For the people of Earth, paradise has arrived.”
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The Recipe for Everything You Want, Need

The Pyramid Project

The much anticipated PY1 Pyramid project stands amongst the extremely rare cultural experiences built on, around and through trailblazing next-gen storytelling technology – the likes of which could only be imagined and implemented by the visionaries at Reflector Entertainment, a division of Group Lune Rouge, which created PYI.  The story behind the tech ingenuity is part science-fiction, part engineering marvel, and part Silicon Valley dream lab  - but together, is an experience that immerses people in a way they’ll never forget.

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The Pyramid Project

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The Pope's Visit to Germany

When the Pope is travelling, no expense is spared to assure the highest security standards for everyone involved. This applies particularly to broadcasters reporting directly from the special occasion and, as a result, demands extensive logistical organization on their part. The German broadcaster SWR was at the centre of the action for the Pope’s visit to Freiburg, providing OB vans for radio and television coverage, and with Lawo consoles playing a central role.
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The Pope's Visit to Germany

The poet’s heritage: Royal Shakespeare Company invests in grandMA2

The Royal Shakespeare Company - among the UK's most prestigious theatre producing houses - has invested in six new grandMA2 light control consoles, together with 2 x MA NPU (Network Processing Unit) and 10 x MA 2Port Nodes as part of a complete update of their lighting control systems at the newly refurbished Royal Shakespeare Theatre (RST) and Swan Theatres, both in Stratford-on-Avon.
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The poet’s heritage: Royal Shakespeare Company invests in grandMA2

The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains

On Saturday 13 May, following years in the making, The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains will opened at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (V&A). This major spring exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the band’s first album, ‘The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn’, and debut single, Arnold Layne. The exhibition is promoted by Michael Cohl and Iconic Entertainment Studios.

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The Olympics Streams Aren’t VR, But They Are Paving The Way

At FMS (Flash Memory Summit), I heard a lot of techie discussions on the inner workings of flash; but to me, what’s more important is what it will do for customers – business and individuals. So I looked forward to the session on Flash Is a Key to Augmented Reality on Wearables.

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The Olympic Torch on its Way to the Olympic Stadium

Broadcast Sports, Inc. (BSI) a leading developer and service provider of wireless camera, audio and communication systems, reveals its role in obtaining shots of the speed boat on the river Thames during the Opening Ceremony for NEP Cymru.
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The Olympic Torch on its Way to the Olympic Stadium

The New Year's Concert 2012

It has long been a Philharmonic tradition at the New Year to present a program consisting of the lively and at the same time nostalgic music from the vast repertoire of the Johann Strauss family and its contemporaries. These concerts not only delight the audiences in the Musikverein in Vienna, but also enjoy great international popularity through the worldwide television broadcast, which is reaching an audience of more than 50 million spectators in 73 countries.
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The New Year's Concert 2012

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The Neue Philharmonie Berlin on Tour with Stage Tec

The Neue Philharmonie Berlin is touring Germany with a sophisticated cross-over programme featuring Latin, jazz and classical music supported by Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer. An orchestra of 65 classical musicians, jazz musicians and Latin percussionists plays the Latin-Jazz Sinfónica! Live mixes are undertaken with a CRESCENDO platinum mixing console. 120 TrueMatch microphone inputs in a NEXUS network record the large orchestra and rhythm section.

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The National Theatre River Stage Weekends Wow with Avolites

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The National Folk Orchestra of Ireland Delight Their First London Audience With Help From DPA Microphones

The Magic Flute at Salzburg Festival 2012

The Salzburg Festival was inaugurated on August 22, 1920, when Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s morality play Jedermann was premiered on the Domplatz, directed by Max Reinhardt. Since that time, the Salzburg Festival has established itself as the most important festival for opera, drama and concerts.
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The Magic Flute at Salzburg Festival 2012

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