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HD standards converter provides clean feeds for global Broadcast of U.N. Climate Change Conference COP15 in Copenhagen

The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15), hosted Dec. 7-18 in Copenhagen by the Danish foreign ministry, is being broadcast to countries across the world in high quality, thanks to Snell's Alchemist Ph.C – HD motion-compensated standards converter. The Alchemist Ph.C – HD has been installed at the International Broadcasting Centre to make transparent standards conversion available to international broadcasters reporting on COP15 proceedings.
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HD standards converter provides clean feeds for global Broadcast of U.N. Climate Change Conference COP15 in Copenhagen

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Danmon Systems Group builds for Climate Change Conference COP15 Host Broadcast

The 15th meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is being held in Copenhagen at the Bella Center from December 7 to 18. Founded in 1992, the annual conferences, known as the 'Conferences of the Parties' (COP), provide a forum for discussion and assessment of progress in dealing with worldwide climate change and the next step after the Kyoto Protocol. Attendees this year will include US President Obama as well as senior politicians and officials from 192 countries. Representatives from many other worldwide NGO organisations will also be present.
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Danmon Systems Group builds for Climate Change Conference COP15 Host Broadcast
AMWA and EBU announce Joint FIMS Task Force on a Framework for Interoperability of Media Services in TV Production

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UK’s NEP Visions adds 34 new Grass Valley HD cameras

NEP and its NEP Visions high-definition broadcast facilities company in the UK, are expanding their equipment itinerary with the latest HD cameras from Grass Valley™. The new Grass Valley LDK 8000 Elite WorldCam multi-format HD cameras can quickly switch between 1080i, 1080p, and 720p formats at 50-, 59.94, and 60 Hz for a wide variety of production applications.
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UK’s NEP Visions adds 34 new Grass Valley HD cameras

Pictorvision captures exciting footage for "Clash of the Titans"

Pilot Fred North has just completed his second project for director Louis Leterrier, and his first with Pictorvision’s new state-of-the-art Eclipse helicopter camera mount system. “I did Leterrier’s last movie with a different system,” says North. “It didn’t have a perfect horizon level and could not look straight down. For Clash of the Titans, Louis and cinematographer Peter Menzies Jr. wanted to have a different system with perfect horizon level at all times to fly at a speed approaching 135 mph through steep canyons in Tenerife (Spain) and be able to look straight down. So I suggested the Eclipse and they confirmed it.”
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Pictorvision captures exciting footage for "Clash of the Titans"

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FIFA World Cup Games in South Africa to be captured in 3D

SIS LIVE BUYS DALES BROADCAST

SIS LIVE, a leading outside broadcast(OB) facility and uplink supplier in Europe, has acquired the business and assets of Leicesterbasedoutside broadcast company Dales Broadcast. Under the terms of the deal, SIS LIVE hasbought Dales Broadcast’s fleet of highly specified, midsizeOB trucks and other broadcastequipment. Dales Broadcast’s managing director, Julian Boden, joins SIS LIVE to assist inintegrating the business with SIS LIVE’s existing OB operation.
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SIS LIVE BUYS DALES BROADCAST

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Multicore cable as custom solution for stage lighting

The new PCF1325C from the KLOTZ a.i.s. cable production is the perfect solution to the needs of mobile lighting technology, where stringent standards of fire protection and cable safety must be obeyed - particularly in the field of stage lighting.
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Multicore cable as custom solution for stage lighting

Camera Corps Q-Balls track celebrities in the Australian jungle

Camera Corps Q-Ball robotic camera heads are keeping watchful eyes on the latest series of 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here' from Springbrook National Park on Australia's tropical Gold Coast. A total of six Q-Balls were chosen by international broadcast services company Gearhouse Broadcast as part of an 80-camera flyaway production system for the programme's ninth series. Produced by ITV Studios, the programmes are being transmitted in Britain by Granada Television (weekdays) and LWT (weekends) and on TV3 in Ireland. Over 40 hours of live programming are being sourced from 24/7 content captured over several weeks of production.
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Camera Corps Q-Balls track celebrities in the Australian jungle

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Sony and FIFA announce the World’s First 3D FIFA World Cup™

Cape Town, South Africa - Sony Corporation and FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) today announced an agreement for selected media rights of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in 3D. FIFA is to produce the world’s first FIFA World Cup™ in 3D. Up to 25 of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ matches will be produced using Sony’s 3D professional cameras, which will provide coverage of the action that is unprecedented in depth, vividness and excitement to people around the world. FIFA will utilize Sony’s experience and know-how of 3D content production to spread the passion inside the stadiums at the greatest sport event in the world to more people than ever before.
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Sony and FIFA announce the World’s First 3D FIFA World Cup™
Big screen success for Barça-Madrid match

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GOL TELEVISION, with a 4.1% share, beats Canal+ Liga Barça – Real Madrid viewing figures

Swim Cup Eindhoven 2009

Top level international and elite Dutch swimmers converged at the “Pieter van den Hoogenband Swim Stadium” in Eindhoven to compete for the Swim Cup 2009 from November 27th to 29th. The event was organised by Eiffel Swimmers PSV/NZE for the sixth consecutive year. On this particular occasion, the organisers of the Swim Cup, hosted by the legendary Dutch sprinter – Peter van den Hoogenband, turned back the clock to December 31st 2007.
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Swim Cup Eindhoven 2009

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Sony's "Power of Images" in London

Sony strengthens leadership in 3D: “There are always barriers to entry with any new technology, these new product and solutions announcements help drive out many of the technical and cost issues that were stopping live 3D from becoming a reality.”
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Sony's "Power of Images" in London

Sky creates 3D for TV with Sony cameras

“It’s about getting everybody to understand what makes for good 3D shots. In 2D you can get away with faster panning and jumps versus 3D – for 3D it’s what we call ‘linger longer’. If you’re jumping between shots, the depth is way in and then way out and, if you don’t have a small depth transition between shots, that creates a lot of eye strain.” Sky has made the first significant moves towards broadcasting stereoscopic 3D programming. It has successfully produced footage from four separate events and delivered the programming through a high definition set-top box.
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Sky creates 3D for TV with Sony cameras

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