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In Europe, Robbie Williams is a legend; he regularly fills stadiums and his productions are some of the most anticipated on the continent. One of his dreams was to do a Vegas show, and to make every detail of Williams’ show perfect, Production and Lighting Designer Sean Burke, principal at Holes in the Dark, needed reliable wireless DMX technology. “When the wireless stuff came up, I did a bit of research on it, looked around, and saw that Baz [Halpin, of Silent House Productions] used RC4 Wireless products on the last Katy Perry tour. I know the crew chief, and he said they didn’t have any problems with it,” confides Burke. That was enough for him to entrust RC4 Wireless with the job for Williams’ “Live in Las Vegas” show. Matt Bakken, the Master Electrician on the show, adds: “When a lot of people in the touring industry use wireless, they use equipment from RC4; to me, if your wireless is working in a stadium with 25,000 plus people with cell phones, that’s good enough for me.”
It has become tradition to celebrate New Year ’s Eve at the Marina Bay in Singapore – in fact, each year it attracts 100,000 people to this festivity. For 11 years it has been Esplanade’s job, together with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, to organise and facilitate this massive event – last year alone it included 8 minutes of firework displays and 20,000 “wishing spheres” along the river. Each sphere was signed by several people during previous months, with messages expressing wishes and hope to the upcoming year.
The Borussia Dortmund Corso Truck drives past tens of thousands of onlookers standing by the roadside, merrily cheering their soccer club for winning the German Football Association Cup. WDR TV transmits the spectacular parade live for several hours showing pictures of the club’s truck straight from its course. This is a treat the TV audience and the outside crowds take for granted when watching from the LED screen on Friedensplatz.
For this year’s VELUX EHF4 Champions League Finals in the Lanxess Arena on June 3 & 4 Elements Entertainment GmbH again produced the entertainment program. This company hired Production Resource Group AG for the technical realization, which in turn chose HDwireless from Mechernich for the substantial wireless video transmission.
German company Wireworx – Gesellschaft für audiovisuelle Medien mbH, is honoured with a Sinus – Systems Integration Award in the category „Corporate“. The Sinus – Systems Integration Award is awarded by trade show Prolight + Sound and pays tribute to projects distinguished by the innovative and future-oriented use of media technology and systems integration within complex projects. The award ceremony will be held during trade show Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt. The ceremony takes place on April 7th 2016 on the fairgrounds of Messe Frankfurt.
Joseph Electronics (JE), the premier one-stop shop for the broadcast industry and provider of fiber termination and custom fiber solutions, today announced that Wisconsin's WISC-TV has installed a new JE-designed patching system for SMPTE hybrid cables in its Madison studio. The new patching system enables WISC-TV to perform cable maintenance more easily with minimal downtime.
Production Sound Mixer/Boom Operator Adam Bloch was recently tasked with capturing all the hard-hitting, in-your-face audio for a behind-the-scenes look at training camp for a professional football team in Buffalo. Hoping to be as minimally invasive as possible while not missing any dialogue, Bloch relied on his latest wireless RF equipment, the Wisycom MCR42S Dual Diversity Wideband UHF Mini Receiver System and MTP41S Wideband Bodypack Transmitters.
Each year on July 4th, Americans all over the country gather with family, friends and fellow patriots to celebrate the birthday of our great nation. A long-standing tradition is America’s favorite Independence Day music and fireworks celebration that takes place at the National Mall in Washington, DC. Wisycom products were deployed by JetWave Wireless to provide interference-free coverage throughout the event, presented by Capital Concerts. The celebration, which brought hundreds of thousands to the nation’s capital, was also watched by millions on PBS.
Wisycom, designer and builder of the most sophisticated RF solutions for broadcast, film and live production, will introduce its newest true diversity IEM receiver, the MPR50-IEM, at Audio Technica’s booth at Prolight + Sound 2016 (Hall 4, Level 1, Booth C24). This new addition to Wisycom’s extensive product line was specifically designed for professional in-ear monitoring applications.
Wisycom, designer and builder of the most sophisticated RF solutions for broadcast, film and live production, premieres its LFA Ultra-Wideband Active Antenna (LFA) and BFA-B/BFA-N Ultra-Wideband Booster (BFA) at this year’s NAB2018 Show (Booth C856). The new antenna hosts tunable filter technology and a remote controllable booster, which is designed to supply optimal range and control through wide reception bands and high dynamic range RF gain, resulting in maximum coverage area for its users.
In the world of tennis, broadcasters must be ready to serve up any action that comes their way. Through the utilization of Wisycom equipment, Fréquence, a company specializing in wireless audio links, has provided a complete RF over Fiber solution to France Televisions (private signal). Thanks to Wisycom, Fréquence provided solutions to past problems during the tournament’s broadcast and enabled the three journalists from France Télévisions to work simultaneously during all 15 days of live action coverage.