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France were crowned the first-ever FIFA eNations Cup champions today after a dramatic victory in the final against Argentina. Following a weekend of excitement, tension and drama that saw eFootball teams from 20 member associations and six confederations battle it out, France secured their place in eFootball history to become the first-ever FIFA eNations Cup champions, winning the USD 40,000 top prize and 1,500 EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Points.
Panasonic Business has marked the tenth anniversary of its PTZ camera range by unveiling the latest addition to its PTZ lineup at NAB 2019, on a booth designed around seven designated solution areas, focused on broadcast, sports venues, and live production.
Tears for Fears was one of the UK bands who helped define the sound of 1980s pop-rock with classics like “Shout” and “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” - and this year they are back on the road in style, kicking off 2019 with a sold-out UK and European arena tour … for which lighting designer Alex Reardon, from LA-based creative design practice Silent House, delivered a stunning lighting scheme.
NewTek announced today it is collaborating with Sony to bring the BRC-X400, Sony’s latest 4K Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Camera to market with support for NDI®|HX, the key technology behind the world’s largest and fastest growing community of IP video products. Sony is a clear leader in the global transition to IP-based technologies with decades of experience building revolutionary broadcast systems. Customer demand for NDI led to a close cooperation between Sony and NewTek to add NDI|HX capability to its latest BRC-X400, Sony’s first IP 4K PTZ camera delivering 4K30p high picture quality, powerful 80x zoom in FHD with Clear Image Zoom, Tele Convert Mode and support vast range of camera control protocols including 700 Protocol, CGI as well as VISCA/VISCA over IP. The model comes with broadcast-friendly features such as tally lamps and genlock supports and ensure efficient live production set-up by power supply, image output, camera controls, all over a single Ethernet cable.
Ross Video is pleased to announce the launch of its all-new graphics rendering solution for Augmented Reality and Virtual Studio (ARVS) applications – Voyager. Powered by Unreal engine 4 from Epic Games, Voyager makes it easy for organizations to enjoy the creative benefits of ARVS without sacrificing production efficiency.
Swiss production and broadcast company tpc, part of the major Swiss public media business SRG SSR, is building a news, sport and technology center in Zurich. This all-IP center, built around the SMPTE ST 2110 family of standards, will use the Selenio™ Network Processor (SNP) from Imagine Communications to provide advanced IP-to-IP video and audio processing, as well as conversion between legacy SDI feeds and equipment and the newly built IP infrastructure.
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has collaborated with worldwide outsourced technical production specialist NEP Group, to deliver a mobile production facility to non-profit Veterans-TV (VETV), including equipment donations and systems integration. The truck, Denali Gold, supplied by NEP, will act as a mobile classroom from which veterans of the U.S. armed forces, law enforcement and fire service will receive hands-on training in professional television production. The new VETV initiative, jointly sponsored by Grass Valley and NEP, aims to help veterans find employment in a broadcast production career once training is completed.
At the 2019 NAB Show, EVS unveiedl a new ingest-to-post solution that speeds live multi-camera feed ingest and post-production functions, and provides support for the 24p cinematic framerate routinely used in entertainment programming. The new solution leverages EVS’ software-defined server technology and microservices architecture for faster, more efficient studio entertainment workflows.
Evertz Microsystems, the global leader in media and entertainment technology solutions, announces the launch of 45FLEX, Mobile TV Group's newest outside broadcast truck equipped with an Evertz IP core. Evertz' Software Defined Video Networking (SDVN) IP technology leads the industry with deployments spanning across 400+ installations globally since 2014. This pioneering technology has made SDVN the go-to choice for broadcasters transitioning their infrastructure to IP.
Evertz' Software Defined Video Networking (SDVN) IP technology leads the industry with deployments spanning across 400+ installations globally since 2014. This pioneering technology has made SDVN the go-to choice for broadcasters transitioning their infrastructure to IP.
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has been selected by ALAMIYA, one of the leading media and advertising companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to support a major upgrade of its entire fleet of outside broadcasting (OB) vans – the largest in the Middle East. The investment in Grass Valley’s solutions will enable ALAMIYA to future proof its end-to-end live production infrastructure so it can deliver 4K UHD productions of major sporting and live events.
F&F Productions, a leading provider of mobile facilities throughout North America, has selected EVS’ latest VIA technology as it continues its push into the production of Full HD 1080p and UHD-4K HDR content. The Florida-based facilities specialist is equipping three of its signature GTX series mobile units with the latest EVS XT-VIA and XS-VIA production servers and the newly announced XNet-VIA ethernet-based live media sharing network. The futureproofed deployment means that the units can also be transitioned to IP at a later date, with the VIA-based solutions already benefitting from enhanced live IP support of industry tech stack standards like ST2110 and NMOS.
Carbonite Ultra UHD, an upgrade to the latest Carbonite Ultra production switcher from Ross Video, has been decorated with a Future Best of Show Award from TV Technology Magazine as well as an inaugural NAB Product of the Year Award.
Robe celebrated 25 years with style and flair at Prolight+Sound Frankfurt 2019 with its largest and most dynamic booth to date – also one of the biggest in the exhibition – which provided a dramatic backdrop for the show-stopping finale of the “Lost Worlds” trilogy of live shows, complete with seven dancers, a specially compiled soundtrack and over 300 of the newest Robe moving light fixtures.
As a successful participant of the JT-NM Tested program MONTONE.42, DirectOut‘s MADI/RAVENNA converter, will be listed at the IP Showcase at NAB 2019 as a device aligning with the SMPTE 2110 standards.