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ERT at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Despite his national team Greece seeing elimination in its last game of group B (M36), Aris Nikolaskis, Sport Coordinator, is still able to see many positives at this tournament. “I’ve been to other World Cups, but I’m really pleased with this one,” says Aris, “the set-up has been fantastic. Everything has been very well or­ganised, there are more facilities; I am personally very comfortable here.”
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ERT at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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SPORTELMonaco 2010- 95% of Exhibition Floor Space Sold!

With just under four months to go before the start of SPORTELMonaco 2010, the organisers of SPORTELMonaco have already sold 95% of the available exhibiting floor space!
Following you can find some of the companies that have confirmed their exhibitor status at the leading business development platform for the international sports television and content industry.
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SPORTELMonaco 2010- 95% of Exhibition Floor Space Sold!

The new dimension

Numerous talks and workshops accompany the cinec, Germany’s largest fair for Cine Equipment and Technology, from 18th to 20th September 2010. While more than 130 companies from 14 countries (last update: middle of June) demonstrate the current state of the art for film shooting and editing in the halls of the M,O,C,, all questions concerning the technology and its application are answered and dealt with in detail in the seminar program.
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The new dimension

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The Conference Takes Shape

The IBC2010 Conference is rapidly taking shape. Far more than simply a talking shop, it’s at IBC that the future direction of the industry is debated and, to an extent, decided. With huge strides forward in stereoscopic 3D this year, and a continuing ferment of developments in IP-based technologies, the Conference will examine the technologies and workflows that make continuing evolution possible, as well as the changing business models that underpin the industry. Early bird registration, which can save up to €200, is open until 17 August.
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The Conference Takes Shape

VENUE Supports 2010 European Tour of Elvis Presley in Concert

Award-winning sound engineer, Howard Lindeman, is using the Avid VENUE D-Show System for the 2010 European tour of Elvis Presley in Concert. This astounding production reunites some of Elvis’ former band mates live on stage with a state-of-the-art, video-projected Elvis. With footage taken from a collection of Elvis’ finest concert and television performances that exist on film and video, combined with Elvis’s vocals and the live band, enthusiasts are treated to a unique mix.
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VENUE Supports 2010 European Tour of Elvis Presley in Concert

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Welcome to grandMA world: MA Lighting succeeds at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai

TecnoVISION Brings the World Cup 2010 from Africa up to Europe

This year, thousands of fans around Europe can cheer their favorite team all together during FIFA World Cup 2010. TecnoVISION has been cancelling the long distance to South Africa, with temporary installations to make people feel all the emotions of the most important sport event.
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TecnoVISION Brings the World Cup 2010 from Africa up to Europe

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TVN at the FIFA World Cup 2010

As consistent at the FIFA World Cup™ as their continental col­leagues Brazil are on the pitch, Chile’s TVN have broadcast every FIFA World Cup™ since 1970. “The World Cup is a brand for TVN,” ex­plained Sports Executive Producer Michael Boys.
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TVN at the FIFA World Cup 2010
MHz Delivers DSNG to AP Television News for World Cup 2010 Coverage

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BSkyB Selects Grass Valley Cameras and Switchers for New Broadcast Facility – Harlequin 1

BSkyB (Sky) has awarded Grass Valley™ the contract for the key live production tools for its new sustainable broadcast facility in West London. The contract includes 20 LDK 8000 Elite WorldCam multi-format HD cameras and five Kayenne™ Video Production Centers. The Grass Valley equipment supports Sky’s drive for operational flexibility as well as the highest possible high definition (HD) quality.
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BSkyB Selects Grass Valley Cameras and Switchers for New Broadcast Facility – Harlequin 1

Soundcraft® Si3 Rounds Out Audio System At Naparima Bowl

Fashioning itself as an essential element in the educational, social and economic development of San Fernando, Trinidad, the Naparima Bowl Cultural Centre recently hired systems integration firm AMR Export to install a Soundcraft Si3 digital console to handle the wide variety of music and theatrical productions showcased throughout the year.
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Soundcraft® Si3 Rounds Out Audio System At Naparima Bowl

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Troya Eventos Deploys JBL VERTEC® System for Mexican Music Festival

Troya Eventos, a prominent audio production services provider in Mexico, recently deployed a complete JBL VERTEC® line array system to support Fenahuap, one of Mexico’s largest music festivals, in Ciudad Valles, Monterrey, Mexico. The 20-day event featured a multitude of performances from leading acts such as Juri, Aklex Syntec, Sasha, Sin Bandera and Pitbull, on stages throughout the event grounds.
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Troya Eventos Deploys JBL VERTEC® System for Mexican Music Festival

Soundcraft Takes To The Woods

Four years after its major success with Thor, The Royal Danish Theatre (Det Kongelige Teater) is presenting its fifth and biggest outdoor production so far, as Alexandre Dumas’ classic The Three Musketeers story is played out by more than 200 participating actors, singers, horses and stuntmen — to loud pyro accompaniment. The event is taking place in Ulvedalene, Dyrehaven, a public deer forest north of Copenhagen, situated next to a famous 1000-year-old oak tree.
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Soundcraft Takes To The Woods

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MAYAH seamlessly sees broadcasters through transition from ISDN to Audio-over-IP at Eurovision Song Contest & Football World Cup

BT helps Millions of Freeview Viewers enjoy World Cup Fever in High Definition

With the 2010 FIFA World Cup well underway, BT is helping millions of Freeview viewers across the UK to watch the live action in high definition (HD) for the first time.
BT’s infrastructure is underpinning the entire UK Digital Switchover (DSO) programme which will migrate all of the UK’s television services from analogue to digital by the end of 2012. By the time the switchover is complete, the vast majority of TV viewers will be able to view high definition (HD) services.
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BT helps Millions of Freeview Viewers enjoy World Cup Fever in High Definition

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