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Live production isn’t static – it never has been. Workflows and the processes they enable are constantly evolving. With the introduction of UHD-4K, the adoption of IP for the deployment of infrastructures and the roll out of workflows that support new, more immersive consumer-facing formats, outside broadcast facilities are facing more challenges than ever before.
Construct a flexible and versatile production center and control room at space-constrained corporate headquarters with a new state-of-the-art technology foundation that will seamlessly evolve to meet future video consumption and business requirements
▪ Selenio™ MCP media processors with Uncompressed-over-IP (UCIP) modules
▪ Nexio+® AMP™ media servers
▪ EPIC™ MV multiviewer
▪ Magellan™ SDN Orchestrator control system
The company’s history started back in 1976, with the TV Broadcast institute in Šiauliai (Lithuania), where all the broadcast equipment for CIS countries and OB vans were manufactured for the Moscow Olympic games in the summer of 1980. In 1996, following the Soviet Union collapse, a team of engineers established TVC. Over the years, the company has constantly grown and now works on projects around the globe.
Systems integrator and coachbuilder TVC and outside broadcast production company Croatel continue their long lasting and successful relationship. Last year both companies embarked to build the UHD 4K OB van. This was the first 4K endeavour for both companies with numerous challenges and tough technical decisions along the way. Croatel OB5 UHD 4K has been in operations for a year already and lessons learned can now be shared with the broadcast audience.
Until recently, WebStream Sports was an independent provider of remote broadcast, in-venue and studio production. Starting out in 2006, the Indianapolis-based business had focused primarily on live sports, spent nearly a decade in high demand for its reputation for high-quality sports productions, and achieved remarkable success in a relatively short time.
A new installation of TSL’s TallyMan controller provides a showcase for the system’s expanded control capabilities resulting from a collaboration between TSL and systems integrator WTS Broadcast. The system has been incorporated into the new HD broadcast truck operated by horseracing industry services specialist RaceTech.
Television center Ostankino has been the biggest broadcasting center in Europe for more than 45 years. Modern equipment from world’s leading producers and qualified specialists provide technological platform for creation and expansion of content by Russian’s leading tele- and radio companies. Television center Ostankino includes studios, over-the-air and assembly equipment rooms, complexes for making decorations and maintenance of production processes.