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Viaccess-Orca, a global leader in the protection and enhancement of content services, announced today that it has joined forces with a number of industry specialists to bring the most comprehensive and robust premium 360-degree video solution in virtual reality (VR) to CES 2017. Pre-integrating technologies and services from Tiledmedia, Harmonic, and Digital Immersion, Viaccess-Orca's Virtual Arena solution sets a new standard for immersive experiences. Designed to dramatically improve video quality while maximizing bandwidth efficiency, the best-of-breed solution enables a wide range of monetization options, thereby addressing the most critical challenges faced by the nascent VR premium content industry.
Utah Scientific, a worldwide leader in routing and master control switchers, today announced that Viacom Media Networks Music and Entertainment Group has purchased and installed an Axon Synapse modular signal-processing system for its Atlas remote-production truck.
The Viasat Ultra HD channel will be launched after the summer in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland via an SES-5 satellite operating at 5 degrees East.
The Vibox is a new pioneering solution for Live Broadcast with an initial focus on Sports coverage. The fundamental concept is to provide full professional coverage of smaller productions (between 4 to 7 cameras) with a reduced on-site equipment footprint (remote access capable) and more efficient utilization of production crews.
The new season of MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew” (ABDC) premiered on July 29th with lighting designer Victor Fable turning to a lighting rig from Elation Professional to light the recently revived dance reality show competition. Victor served as lighting designer for the first 5 seasons of the show, which had a 7 season run that ended in 2012, so when the dance competition was resurrected this year for season 8, they knew exactly where to find an experienced television LD who also knew what the show was all about.
Videe, an Italian company with over 30 years of heritage in offering worldwide broadcast and events solutions, has acquired 16 of Sony’s PXW-Z190 professional 4K handheld camcorders to film the popular survival reality TV show, Isola dei Famosi, known internationally as Celebrity Survivor. The show itself was filmed in the challenging conditions of Cayos Cochinos – two remote islands in the Caribbean Sea off Honduras. Videe chose the state-of-the-art PXW-Z190 camcorder, following numerous technical tests, to enable it to continue creating high-quality 4K live productions even when competing with heat, sand and salt in the environment.
Riedel’s Artist-1024 digital matrix intercom system and Bolero wireless intercom system are supporting state-of-the-art communications capabilities within Videe SpA’s innovative new 4K HDR OB van, OBX VIDEE. The Riedel systems provide the power, density, and flexibility critical for pioneering remote production operations. “Videe SpA is well known for its ability to leverage cutting-edge technologies to achieve the performance and functionality essential to demanding remote productions,” said Giuseppe Angilello, Italy Sales Manager, Riedel Communications. “With Artist and Bolero, we’ve delivered on both counts to bring clear, flexible, and reliable communications to Videe’s new OB van. As a true, native 4K unit, OBX VIDEE has the power and sophistication to support the most challenging projects — and the ease of use, compact size, and straightforward configuration of our intercom systems make them an ideal fit.”
VIDELIO, a leading digital media systems integrator, today announced the launch of the 4K and IP ACADEMY in partnership with vendors Cisco and EVS. The training programs are specifically designed with engineers, broadcasters, and media professionals in mind. The goal is to help organizations transition from legacy Serial Digital Interface (SDI) networks to next generation IP-based broadcast infrastructure.
As the giants of the tennis world battled for victory at Roland Garros, VIDELIO-Events + Utram and Riedel Communications' MediorNet real-time media network brought the spectacle to large-screen displays distributed across courts at the storied Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, as well as to the internal IPTV distribution network supporting the entire tournament. The live video processing and distribution system supplied by VIDELIO and Riedel enabled the Fédération Française de Tennis (FFT) to provide fans with the rich and informative visual and aural production expected of today's top-tier sports events.