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Studio Berlin, founded in the early 1950s, has several subsidiaries and sister companies, e.g.
Studio Hamburg and Pinewood Studio Berlin that was founded in 1998 as a subsidiary from Studio Hamburg. Offering highest technical standards in its production environment, working on large entertainment or theme shows, TV series, magazine formats or international cinema, the company is involved at every step: from script development, planning, to implementing the full-service location, production, post production and delivery. Studio Berlin is well-known for its productions like “Günther Jauch”, “Voice of Germany”, “Let’s Dance”, “Anne Will”, “hart aber fair” or its award-winning movie “Good Bye! Lenin”.
Behind the project are Proximus group production company Skynet iMotion Activities (SiA), Videohouse Media Facilities, NEP Belgium and German technology pioneer, Lawo. With Proximus providing the network and SiA the TV facilities, NEP brings the technology and know-how from some of the worlds’ largest live and broadcast events from around the globe, and is one of the leading worldwide providers of outsourced production solutions. For its part, Videohouse is the only full service provider in Belgium offering a full range of audiovisual and multimedia facilities, both nationally and internationally. And it is Lawo’s IP Remote technology that is the key to the systems that make it all possible.
Over the last four years, Pac-12 Networks has developed this model of broadcasting and is now inspiring others to do the same – in fact, its model is the inspiration to many of the industry’s big-hitters, with the likes of ESPN, Sky Sports, Time Warner Cable and Fox Sports looking at Pac-12’s infrastructure to help them become more efficient.
ORF is the national broadcaster of Austria. Established in 1955, the television and radio broadcaster transmits across the country. With a strong focus on news, the broadcaster operated a series of small outside broadcast (OB) vans, mainly with audio programming capabilities, to deliver news from across the country. However, after over a decade in use, there was a strong need to update these vehicles and in doing so incorporate audio and video capabilities, as well as online newsgathering features. The new vans would incorporate internet, video, and radio production and IP-based streaming.
OSU simplifies multi-platform streaming and expands audience reach for important events
On stage receiving a hard-earned degree is a poignantly thrilling moment. So is winning a coveted sports trophy. Oklahoma State University (OSU) is on hand to capture as well as share such student experiences. OSU’s official video portal OStateTV is home to over 1,000 videos and more than 100 live streams in a year. The live-streamed events range from convocations, pageants (Miss OSU), cultural nights, and sports, to a variety of speakers and seminars hosted on campus.
From the Oscars to the Olympics NEP provides the expertise, people and next generation broadcast IT facilities to help its clients develop and deliver the world’s biggest and best live broadcast events. Every day content creators, production companies, broadcasters and telcos rely on NEP’s managed services for OB, studio and cloud production; host broadcasting; and playout to reach their global audiences.
Australian sports venues are spread across a vast geographic territory that is larger than the continental US or Europe. Because much of the country’s interior is sparsely populated, covering events has until now required extensive crew travel hours and expense. Historically it was common for production team members to spend up to two days travelling to cover a one-day project. Meanwhile, the logistics of moving crew between locations meant people and infrastructure were used inefficiently. The fact that Australia’s robust market for live, local television production relies heavily on a small pool of skilled freelancers compounds the issue.
Say you’ve built up a name for yourself producing international live events. You’ve conquered new locations, traversed time zones in both directions, and dragged cables across the international date line on New Year’s Eve to party like it’s 1999. You’ve spent years traveling the globe with literal boatloads of cumbersome production gear. There’s still a world of live events and content out there to produce. How do you choose where on earth to go next?
With the size and sophistication of regional-sports-network productions growing exponentially, Mobile TV Group continues to up the ante by rolling out trucks that can serve the rising production needs of RSNs just as well as a nationally broadcast college-football game. The latest generation of MTVG trucks is headlined by 41HDX, which is currently working Fox Sports college football after debuting earlier this year, and 42FLEX, a dual-feed, two -trailer HDR- and 4K-ready unit that debuted this month on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh’s Penguins coverage.