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With a depth of production knowledge and experience acquired over 15 years in business, including a host of projects in the UAE, LarMac LIVE answered the call from LemonX in late September 2019. Only 10-weeks later, it was showtime. Company co-founder Ian Greenway explained: “The backbone to our business is multi-artist, multi-stage shows - largescale festivals and TV shows. We like to think that we know how to keep multiple artists and stakeholders happy, usually in very changeable environments, and all of these skills were used like never before here.”
Riedel Communications today announced the promotion of Marcin Jakowczyk to Sales Manager for the company’s Poland operation. Jakowczyk brings a decade of experience in the pro audio, broadcast, and telecommunications industries to his new role, including more than five years in various sales and engineering positions at Riedel. Based in Warzymice, Poland, he reports directly to Jürgen Diniz-Mallek, General Manager Austria and Central and Eastern Europe at Riedel Communications.
AV Stumpfl®, the acclaimed Austrian AV technology manufacturer, will present their latest projection screen products and a v1.6 preview of their next-generation media server system PIXERA, at ISE 2020 in Amsterdam.
ALC NetworX, developer of the RAVENNA high performance AoIP transport technology and key player in the development of the AES67 standard for AoIP interoperability, has been honoured with a Technical & Engineering Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) for the “Development of synchronised multi-channel uncompressed audio transport over IP networks.” The 71st edition of the Emmy Awards for Engineering & Technology will be hosted at the Wynn Encore Hotel and Spa on Sunday April 19th during the forthcoming NAB Show in Las Vegas.
Connectivity specialists DirectOut have become the latest RAVENNA solutions vendor with the release of their new RAV2 high performance network audio module for integration into third party products. The new module also forms the RAVENNA AoIP network core of DirectOut’s recently released PRODIGY Series of multifunction audio processors and converters for pro audio, broadcast, installation and studio applications.
G&D North America Inc. (G&D) will be presenting the latest KVM technologies for broadcast and cinema professionals at this year's HPA Tech Retreat from February 17 to 20, 2020 in Palm Springs, CA, and will be advising attendees on finding ideal KVM equipment fitting their individual requirements and applications while highlighting configuration and operation through our new HTML, web based tool, Config Panel 21. (NO JAVA Required!)
G&D is a leader in Broadcast and Cinema KVM systems, worldwide. As the only manufacturer of both fully IP based KVM matrix systems and “closed network” classical KVM systems, G&D is capable of providing versatility in both initial KVM system design or future upgrade designs for existing systems. Our technology and matrix solutions support up to 4K60 workflows with extender only solutions up to 8K60 resolutions. G&D KVM matrix systems ensure flexible, distributed remote operation of multiple computers via several distributed workstations. Additionally, G&D manufactures a complete line of extenders, desktop switches and accessories for even the most demanding and difficult applications. At the HPA, the KVM experts will present both their current equipment for KVM-over-IP™ as well as classic KVM systems, which offer their very own advantages and efficiency benefits.
Solid State Logic (SSL) announce the latest V2.3 System T broadcast production platform release, adding significant benefits to the entire range of System T consoles; S500, S500m, S300 and TCR. Relied the world over for live broadcast, event space audio, recording and postproduction duties, this latest feature-rich release adds significant enhancements including; DAW control, Immersive audio, Dynamic Automation, Patch Manager CSV files, Access Control, Event Manager, Scene Automation and fully featured on-board FX rack.
Digital Video Group (DVG) recently installed and commissioned a Calrec Brio 12 digital broadcast audio console as part of a brand-new broadcast studio project for NBC Virginia affiliate, WSLS. The Brio was selected by WSLS and DVG for its powerful and comprehensive feature set and audio quality.
The Challenge: CTV Vancouver Island in Victoria, British Columbia recently went through a complete 16:9 SD to full HD upgrade which included re-wiring the entire station and replacing the control room switcher and studio cameras. After broadcasting in SD for 18 years, the station was eager to improve its image quality and update its look.
Gravity Media, a leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services to content owners, creators and distributors, has agreed the long-term licensing of Stage 5 at Docklands Studios Melbourne. The 750m2 sound stage is equipped for entertainment, game, panel, lifestyle, live-audience television shows, commercial shoots and events. The decision to take on the large site is part of Gravity Media’s plan to extend its local service offering and also meet growing demand for high-end studio space from content creators.
LANG AG from Lindlar and INFiLED deepen their partnership and seal an exclusive distribution agreement for the WP series, an ultra-thin LED Video Wall series, within the DACH Region. The Chinese manufacturer is known for its wide range of products in the LED segment and offers rental and permanent installation products as well as LED products for creative and sports applications.
Last night’s 62nd GRAMMY Awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles and brought together a star-studded group of artists from the world of music and entertainment. For Chris Marsall, owner of CGLA Studios, it was another day in the office (or truck, to be precise), although even an experienced professional like Chis still feels some excitement when working on such a prestigious event. “CGLA has helped drive the red carpet broadcast for E! Live for a number of years now, and it’s a very busy and high-energy show. There isn’t much downtime, but it is nice to look out of the window when you get a chance and soak up some of the atmosphere”.
Minutes before the start of the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards®, members of the 2020 audio team gathered for a photo at the foot of the stage at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. Held on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards showcased an amazing collection of musical performances and tributes and utilized the latest in technology to provide television viewers worldwide with a cutting-edge, high-definition/5.1 surround sound event.
When Spectra, the venue management and operator of the Iowa Events Center (Des Moines, Iowa), decided it was time to update the sound system in the Wells Fargo Arena, they opted to work with Daktronics on a design-build basis. The goal was to modernize the sound both within the arena – which serves as the region’s primary sports and entertainment venue – and for several ancillary areas outside the main space, including concourses, restaurant/bars, and interview rooms. The project was led by David Sturzenbecher, applications engineer in the Audio Systems division of Daktronics. The physical installation was managed by Daktronics Field Engineer Thijs Hammink.
The NEXUS audio network, manufactured by Stage Tec in Berlin, was previously designed exclusively for networking using a proprietary fibre optic cable protocol. At the ISE (booth 7-W194), Stage Tec will demonstrate that NEXUS can now also communicate with remote single or multiple Base Devices based on IP. Bidirectional AES67 streams are set up in which audio and control data are transmitted together. This feature is implemented via the NEXUS XFIP or RIF67 interfaces, both of which are equipped with the DirectOut AES67.IO module. Using an XFIP or RIF67 interface, up to eight IP links to other NEXUS Base Devices are possible.