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Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of professional audio technology, supplied three ON AIR flex mixing consoles, two NEXUS STAR routers, and a NEXUS network for the audio equipment renovation in the Bern parliament building. The original installation comprised an ON AIR 24 console and a NEXUS network, which had been installed since 2011. The modernization project was planned by WSDG and executed by Kilchenmann.
Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas, uses television, cable, online and OTT broadcasts of worship programming to reach global audiences. The scope of Green Acres’ broadcast team includes 11 fulltime and one part-time staff member across video, audio and lighting, in addition to dozens of faithful volunteers to deliver high fidelity video to the global audience. Director of Video Engineering and IMAG Operations, Casey Hawkins, a 30-year broadcast industry veteran, recently assisted with an overhaul of Green Acres’ broadcast infrastructure, which upgraded all Worship Center television and cable channel production from SD to HD.
Riedel MediorNet, Artist, and Bolero Form Complete Comms and Signal Transport Backbone for Parliament of Catalonia
The Parliament of Catalonia in Barcelona has installed a comprehensive signal routing and communications backbone based on Riedel’s MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing technology, together with the Artist digital matrix intercom and Bolero wireless intercom. The new networking infrastructure is a core element in a multiyear HD upgrade of the Parliament’s video recording and broadcast capabilities.
AVIWEST, a leading provider of video contribution systems, announced today that the Public Authority for Radio and TV (PART) of the Sultanate of Oman deployed a complete AVIWEST solution to broadcast live coverage of the October 2019 Majlis Al-Shura elections, which take place every four years. PART selected the AVIWEST PRO3 Series HEVC bonded cellular transmitters, QUAD antennas, and StreamHub transceiver to broadcast live from any location, even in remote areas with limited connectivity. ApexTec served as the distributor, ensuring a seamless product deployment.
Diversity of TV content that entertains, informs and inspires.
The topic of the 23rd edition of this global celebration is Diversity. TV offers an unmatched variety of premium films and series, trustworthy news, informative documentaries, entertaining shows and more to viewers around the world – millions of stories, just waiting to be discovered, changing the viewers’ perception of the world. This premium content, available when and where they want on a multitude of TV platforms triggers the curiosity, interest and loyalty of viewers, always in a brand safe environment.
With millions of daily visitors, YouTube has become an ideal platform for government agencies to keep the public apprised of breaking legislative developments. Content traditionally reserved for public TV or meeting rooms is now increasingly being live streamed, as the Minnesota House of Representatives is showing. House Public Information Services, a non-partisan office of the Minnesota House of Representatives, broadcasts select meetings live on PBS and cable when the House is in session, but also delivers a live stream of every meeting room to YouTube, relying on AJA’s HELO to stream meeting content to potential viewers 24/7.
In Beijing at the beginning of October, the largest NEXUS network ever built by the Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec was used to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China: 58 Base Devices, 12 STAR routers and 12 mixing consoles. A parade, procession and gala event were broadcast nationwide by CCTV. Worldwide distribution was handled by CGTN Global Television Network (formerly CCTV International).
egta – the association of television and radio sales houses – supported by The Global TV Group has released a progressive TV Charter on television companies’ commitment towards the responsible and transparent measurement of advertising in the TV/video ecosystem. The Charter was adopted by a vast majority of egta’s 155 member sales houses active in over 42 countries, as well as by notable industry trade bodies such as Screenforce (DE, AT, CH, FI, NL), Thinkbox (UK), ThinkTV (AU/CA) and the VAB (US) which comprise The Global TV Group.
The European Parliament and Lawo are among the winners of a coveted AV Award, with the EP’s Mission Transparency project receiving the “Public Sector Project of the Year” award. Dubbed “the Oscars of the A/V world”, the AV Awards were held at London’s Battersea Evolution venue. The judges recognized the formidable challenge of the project, which has resulted in a groundbreaking approach and a massive audio- and video-over-IP infrastructure with maximum scaling flexibility. The entire network is managed via a custom GUI for secure control over thousands of audio and video channels. The project is based on an open-standards (ST2110, AES67, Ember+) and manufacturer-agnostic platform.
National days and major sporting events are often driven by Merging products, but when China celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Peoples’ Republic, you can be sure that it will be on a grand scale. Add a cast of more than 100,000, a TV broadcast to a significant proportion of the 1.4 billion Chinese and the presence of President Xi Jinping, some past Presidents and all the government officials and the stakes become higher. The consequences of any interruption to the military precision of the parade would be daunting indeed. The fact that it not only worked perfectly live, but has also been hailed as the best sound ever produced for a live broadcast, has much to do with the top team of audio experts assembled to manage the event and the quantity and quality of the Merging equipment used in this remarkable production.
Barnfind Technologies was recently tapped to configure, construct and provide a transmission network at the One Belt and One Road International Cooperation Summit which took place in Beijing from April 25th to 27th. The Summit, the second of its kind since 2017, is a high-level forum sponsored by the Chinese government to discuss an ambitious global infrastructure project that aims to connect Asia with Africa and Europe via land and maritime networks.
Europeans went to the polls May 23-26 to elect a new European Parliament with citizens in 28 countries casting ballots in the second largest democratic election in the world. Although the election takes place across the continent, the geographic focal point is the European Parliament building in Brussels, which was decked out for the occasion in a beautiful dress of blue courtesy of Elation Paladin™ LED luminaires.
Dalet, a leading provider of solutions and services for media organizations and content professionals, today announced that Times Network, India’s leading broadcast network, has deployed the Dalet Galaxy media asset management and workflow orchestration platform to optimize content utilization and accelerate delivery for its 24/7 news channel “Times NOW”. With a global presence across 100 countries, Times Network houses upscale brands including TIMES NOW, ET NOW, Mirror NOW, Movies NOW & Movies NOW HD, MN+, Romedy NOW & Romedy NOW HD, MNX & MNX HD and Zoom, each of which informs, entertains and engages viewers.
The Cablecam of the XD motion company: X fly 3D is for the first time in the world installed in the hemicycle of a parliament to cover the Presidential and European elections. The level of security Brussels to cross to fly over this place gathering the highest personalities of the political world is at the highest level ever reached. The innovation was to fix the points of attachments in a location not adapted to this type of installation and especially to offer a quality of very stable shots to integrate the augmented reality of the company Dreamwall in Live worldwide. No tracking is used, only the real time metadata of the X fly 3D are generated for the graphic AR integration.
Gawed, they were naive.
It seems like eons ago that we consulted with a bunch of equally young idealists in San Diego who were going to build the western U.S. part of the intergalactic network. The goal was to let people – initially just scientists, engineers, big thinkers – exchange data, information and share computer resources to streamline advances and produce a better world.