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Hilversum-based video systems specialist United has chosen Leader's LV5490 as the test and measurement core of a 4K ultra-high-definition flyaway production system for Amazon Prime's new motoring television series, The Grand Tour. The show reunites presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. An initial 36 episodes are being produced for release on Amazon Prime. The LV5490 was purchased via Leader's channel partner Fofic BV, based at Diemen near Amsterdam.
United has been a long-term user of Merging Technologies’ Pyramix audio workstation and has recorded a multitude of live and sports events in the Netherlands, including concerts by music sensation, André Rieu. As a leading TV post-production facility, the preservation of audio quality has always been a high priority. The choice of console was obviously a critical matter for the United team. AMS Neve offered the perfect hybrid scenario.
MILAN - will be responsible for the complete registration of the MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMA) in Milan. The company has flown in 80 staff members to ensure that one of the world's biggest and most spectacular music events runs smoothly. "Our key words are 'cool', 'huge', and 'lots'," says Bolke Burnaby Lautier, operational manager at United.
RTS intercom matrices and keypanels provided a solid communications backbone for the broadcast of the prestigious MTV Europe Music Awards 2015, via five on-site outside broadcasting (OB) trucks from Hilversum, Netherlands-based broadcasting specialists United.
This Autumn, online streaming service Amazon Prime will be introducing its new car show, 'The Grand Tour'. As an expert in the field of 4K, United was asked to take care of technical solutions for the show worldwide. United has built a custom flypack for this assignment, giving the show its first novelty. This mobile set includes a specially developed record rack to process the volume of data in real time.
The international governing body for the sport of amateur wrestling, United World Wrestling (UWW) has selected slomo.tv as its technology partner for video-refereeing in all its matches. Based in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland, UWW includes representatives from 176 national federations and its duties include overseeing wrestling at the Olympics. It presides over international competitions for various forms of wrestling, including Greco-Roman wrestling, freestyle wrestling for men and women, as well as others.
United, a member of Euro Media Group, is the first company in Europe to be awarded the Dolby Vision certification. ‘This way we can strengthen our footprint in UHD and HDR’, says Thijs van de Kamp, United’s HDR and Dolby Vision expert.