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At NAB Show 2019, Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, reiterated how its award-winning solutions help content creators, broadcasters and media organizations produce brilliant content. Two newly launched Grass Valley solutions, Grass Valley Creative Grading (GVCG) and GV STRATUS One, each brought home a Future Best of Show award, highlighting Grass Valley’s commitment to technology brilliance and bringing storytelling to the forefront. The Future Best of Show award honors outstanding new products exhibited at the NAB Show.
Multi award-winning event design and technical production specialist Maestra Group, run by Justin Hammond (London) and Tom Clements (Dubai), has doubled the size of its UK and European operation ready for a busy 2019.
L-Acoustics, worldwide leader in premium professional sound solutions, and L-Acoustics Group, a family of companies focused on the design, manufacture and commercialisation of L-Acoustics sound systems, proudly announces the future acquisition of a majority stake in DeltaLive UK (Delta Sound Incorporated (UK) Ltd.), a specialist in audiovisual services and rental. This operation follows the November 2018 acquisition by L-Acoustics Group of HGP, a manufacturer of precision sheet metal, and its sister entity, API, specialised in powder coating.
Riedel’s New Artist-1024 Node Redefines Communications Connectivity With Higher Port Density and Native IP Support
The Artist-1024 node complements the Artist family and further expands its capabilities with 1024 nonblocking ports in just 2RU, significantly reducing rack space requirements. Plus, we’ve introduced a range of technical innovations cantered around software definable Universal Interface Cards (UIC). UIC is an entirely new type of interface card that combines networking, mixing, and management. It can be configured to act as an AES67 (SMPTE 2110-30/31) or MADI subscriber card, or as an Artist fi ber/router/ processor card. Changing the connectivity type is as easy as reconfiguring the UIC with the click of a button in the Director confi guration software.
Ten years ago, Riedel Communications launched what would become one of its flagship products: MediorNet. With its unveiling at the 2009 NAB Show, MediorNet was heralded as the world’s first distributed, fiber-based media networking platform and signal transport solution.By fundamentally changing how broadcasters move their signals, MediorNet ushered in a new era of real-time signal transport solutions and set the course for Riedel’s expansion into the broadcast market.
As podcasting becomes the content medium of choice for an increasing number of listeners around the world — including 73 million people in the U.S. alone — top facilities are insisting on best-in-class monitoring solutions to outfit their studios. Stitcher, an industry leader in podcast content creation, distribution and advertising, recently specified Neumann KH series monitors inside its new WSDG-designed studio facility in New York.
Whether it is the nerve-wracking Rose Ceremony or a one-on-one date: When television goes in search of the perfect love story and all emotions are laid bare, the sound is also vitally important. Only with perfect sound can you really express every emotional facet of the actors’ voices. Cologne-based smartregie GmbH, the company responsible for the technical presentation of TV formats such as “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” or the personality show “7 Töchter” (7 Daughters) for commercial TV channels, relies on top-quality sound provided by wireless systems from Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 series.
Qvest Media, a world-leading systems architect and ICT integrator, is developing and implementing a new media production system for Germany-based Deutsche Welle. Qvest Media is designing the production workflow based on a scalable and modular cloud-native architecture and infrastructure. The broadcaster’s new technology strategy is leveraging the collaborative use of aggregated and produced content for efficient multi-platform distribution.
The Ross Video Keynote and Reception has become a Sunday night pre-NAB fixture in Las Vegas where Ross Video launches new products in advance of the show. There are always surprises and unexpected news; this year’s event was no different as David Ross and other Ross executives took to the stage in front of a standing-room-only crowd of over 1000 customers, partners and press to unveil a raft of new products and two interesting new acquisitions for NAB 2019:
At NAB Show, Qvest Media, a world-leading systems architect and ICT integrator, launches the multicloud management platform Qvest.Cloud. At booth SU9014, Qvest Media will be introducing and live demonstrating the newly developed product lines Qvest.Cloud Ultimate for enterprise solutions and Qvest.Cloud Go!. Qvest.Cloud Go! includes first ready-to-use packages for media tasks such as live event production, post-production, archiving, disaster recovery or playout. The packages are pre-configured with cloud applications from leading software manufacturers.
SHOTOVER, a developer of high-performance aerial stabilization platforms, announced today the unveiling of the SHOTOVER B1 camera system at NAB Show in Las Vegas. The system will be showcased on the two-seat, lightweight Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopter that is owned by Carbonflight, and managed and operated by Anthelion Helicopters. Designed to meet the needs of a wide range of markets including industrial survey, live broadcast, production, and surveillance, the system is the most compact aerial camera system developed by SHOTOVER.
A major step forward in the march toward IP connectivity in media technology was achieved last month with the debut of the JT-NM Tested program. The Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) has set out the roadmap toward complete interoperability between IP-connected devices from different vendors, based on the principles of the SMPTE ST 2110 family of standards and drawing on the work of AIMS, the Alliance for IP Media Solutions.
Building on its position as the leader in Software and IP video at NAB 2019, NewTek announced today major new software-driven products utilizing the universal power of IP video, giving customers breakthrough capabilities and unprecedented options that seek to transform the video industry. From truly cutting-edge show automation, to full live production software designed to run on today’s powerful workstations and servers, to 4K baseband-to-NDI conversion, NewTek’s NAB 2019 product announcements include: Live Story Creator, unlimited recording, multiple simultaneous aspect ratio production, and major advances in Premium Access capabilities, VMC™ Software, TriCaster 410 Plus and new Spark Plus™ converter products including a 4K model that offers customers unprecedented power and ease of use.
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, will launch GV Fabric,a high-speed commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) IP switch tuned expressly for open architecture broadcast, media and entertainment environments at the NAB Show 2019 (booth #SL106). GV Fabric is a compact, scalable solution specifically designed to support all broadcast and media applications, including studios, master control rooms, outside broadcasting, venues and more.
RaceTech provides a unique range of technical and broadcast services to the horse racing industry, as well as the wider public and private sectors, including cameras and full broadcast services, along with building and maintaining the complete digital library of every horse race in the UK. After evaluating a system that didn't meet expectations, RaceTech collaborated with Evertz to create a tailored system based on their needs.