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TVLogic, designer and manufacturer of LCD and OLED High Definition displays and support systems, is dazzling visitors at this year’s NAB with new field monitors that include an upgraded version of its popular F-7H 7” model with 3,600 nits maximum luminance, and its F-5A full-HD field monitor with an LCD display. Other outstanding highlights include the remarkable IS-mini 4K real time digital color management system, and the NPS-10 compact and portable backup storage device that copies files directly to its internal SSD or HDD storage without external power or computer. All products are being demonstrated in TVLogic’s Booth C 3639, where sessions are being conducted that are designed to educate attendees on the advantages of using a 4K/UHD color LUT Box for color reproduction.
ETV Network Adopts Ross Video Technology to Empower ETV Bharat – India’s National Digital News Platform
One of India’s leading broadcasters, ETV Network, has adopted Ross Video technology for their national digital media news platform – ETV Bharat.
Working with sound underwater is never going to be easy but thanks to the improvements in audio quality delivered by DPA’s new ‘CORE by DPA’ amplifier technology, film and TV sound mixer Ivor Talbot was able to overcome a multitude of communication issues that might otherwise have caused problems on his most recent film project.
Adlib supplied sound, lighting and video to the recent tour by Liverpool indie rockers The Wombats … very proud to be supporting homegrown talent with a stunning production.
Between its 4K and HDR workflow solutions, as well as promotion of a new internet transport protocol, Cobalt Digital will demonstrate a number of technologies for broadcasters next week at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nev. The company will showcase its full complement of card-based solutions for openGear® frames for 4K and HDR workflows at Booth SL9111. Plus, on April 7 in Las Vegas, the company will receive an Emmy® Award for “Pioneering Reliable Transmission Method for Live Contribution and Distribution TV Links.”
LiveU is leading the live video revolution with additions to its portfolio of hardware-based HEVC field encoders and IP live video management service offerings. At NAB 2019, the company will showcase the technologies that empower news stations, content producers, and sports organizations to tell the most compelling digital stories from anywhere – cost-effectively and at the highest quality possible.
At the 2019 NAB Show (booth SL3816), EVS will demonstrate the centralized production workflow implemented by the University of Miami (UM) for its live sports production. Home to the Hurricanes and 17 varsity sports, the university is the first educational institution to deploy EVS’ software-defined Dyvi switcher for high-quality programming of multiple sports from a centralized media production hub.
Renewed Vision comes to the 2019 NAB Show next week with new live production innovations for two of its flagship applications, PVP and ProPresenter Scoreboard, serving a broad global customer base across the broadcast, sports and commercial AV markets. Renewed Vision will demonstrate both systems at its new South Lower Hall booth location (SL7427).
IP-based mixing console AVATUS
AVATUS was a highlight at the Stage Tec booth in Frankfurt with many new functions. The fully IP-based console has a completely new and intuitive operating concept. The clearly structured user interface simplifies operation without sacrificing functionality.
On the heels of the launch of its latest and greatest 6000 Series Subminiature Microphones, DPA Microphones will use the 2019 NAB Show as a platform to showcase the sonic consistency between its d:screet™ Lavaliers and d:dicate™ Shotgun Microphone solutions. DPA’s sonic reliability serves as a valuable resource for audio mixers to post production editors for a range of applications including television shows, film productions, documentaries, reality series and more.
IHSE expands the connectivity of its KVM solutions to include location-independent access over an IP interface. This provides remote users with seamless and secure access to closed and self-contained Draco KVM installations.
In advance of the company’s participation in NAB, Ross is delighted to announce a new deal with Servus TV, a TV station that is wholly-owned by Red Bull Media House GmbH, based in Salzburg, Austria. As part of the partnership, Ross will work with Red Bull Media House and Servus TV to equip two new studios and galleries in Salzburg with the latest Ross solutions including Carbonite production switchers, XPression graphics and maps, XPression Tessera rendering solution, Furio camera motion systems, Inception News – the innovative newsroom computer system – Tria News server, Streamline media asset management system and OverDrive – the broadcast industry’s most popular production automation solution.
With the recent acquisition of shares in EvoCount, a German specialist for real-time digital visitor counting, Riedel gains further expertise and know-how in hardware and software-based participant management and engagement tools. The partnership will generate numerous synergies in event technology, cost management, and logistics and complements Riedel's wide range of services in the rental business. Features of the platform include visitor counting, live monitoring of visitor flows, and data evaluation.
IHSE USA, a company that develops award-winning high-end KVM display management systems, announced a new partnership with VuWall, a leading provider of high-quality and intuitive visualization solutions for controlling, managing, and collaborating on graphic information for video walls and multiscreen structures. The new partnership addresses a gap in the market, allowing companies to scale their KVM outputs to display walls or multi-view displays easily and confidently through a single integrated control interface.
At the 2019 NAB Show, EVS will debut XNet-VIA, its ethernet-based live media sharing network that facilitates ultra-fast sharing of high-resolution content between XT-VIA and XS-VIA servers. This matches the needs of the world’s largest and most demanding event producers, stadiums and arenas, and outside broadcast providers.