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It made me wonder how much more Jack could have crammed into his 24 hours if he had today’s tablets and smartphones instead of that old-fashioned Blackberry.
We don’t use our tablet for entertainment (or games) often because ours is for business … really!
Sometimes we think we've been attending CES since before we were born.
O.K., that's an exaggeration.
But we can't remember when the holidays – Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, whatever – weren't sidelined to make good products/services look great and great ones look stupendous for the world's biggest consumer technology unveiling event.
YLE INTEGRATES DRAMATIFY AND CUEPILOT FOR WORKFLOW FOR LIVE CLASSICAL CONCERT PROGRAM, ‘CLASSICAL TRANCELATIONS’
Dramatify (www.dramatify.com), a world-class multi-genre production hub, and CuePilot (www.cuepilot.com), a live production management platform, teamed up to deliver an end-to-end production management system for Finnish broadcaster YLE’s production of ‘Classical Trancelations,’ a symphonic rendering of popular electronic dance music tunes. The September 29thconcert at Helsinki’s Hartwall Arena, performed by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and Ahjo Ensemble Choir, included artists such as Saara Aalto, Paleface, Reino Nordin, and Kasmir. It was streamed live and broadcast on TV on October 23rd. The streamed version of the concert can be seen at: https://areena.yle.fi/1-50007533. A short after-movie can also be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGZ8KLHADao.
Finland's national public service broadcasting company, Yle, has upgraded a number of its live production systems with technology from EVS, the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions. Yle operates four national television channels as well as six radio channels and is renowned in Finland as a reliable source of news and current affairs throughout the country.
YES Productions, a complete television production facility that’s part of the New Orleans PBS affiliate, has installed the Kayenne K-Frame Video Production Center switcher from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand.