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Summer 2020 should have been the watershed season for both HDR and UHD TV production. In Europe, the UEFA Euro football championships were scheduled to be followed by the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Both events were going to make use of these new technologies and provide the impetus for future live sport OB coverage. Covid-19 pandemic put pay to practically all large-scale sport, forcing broadcasters and production companies to adjust their technology and focus on new remote workflows.
Swansea City Association Football Club, founded in 1912, is a Welsh professional football club based Swansea, Wales that plays in the Championship, English football’s second tier. The club is currently sitting fifth in the league and, having narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premiership last season, has a promotion place in its sights once again for 2021. The club has recently begun using Ross Video’s PIERO sports graphics analysis solution as a coaching tool, and credits PIERO with an upturn in the team’s fortune.
Lawo’s new second-generation mc²36 audio production console, an incredibly powerful yet compact mixer, is now even more capable with the announcement of a new dual-fader operating bay that allows 48 faders in the same space as a 32-fader board. This makes the new mc²36 even more of an all-rounder for theater, houses of worship, corporate, live and broadcast audio applications – wherever ultra-high audio performance in close quarters is demanded.
After cementing their working relationship together in September 2019, Bridge Technologies is proud to support Densitron’s development of a new four-unit, rack-mountable Multiviewer+ system, based on Densitron’s Intelligent Display System (IDS) solution. The new Multiviewer+ incorporates a Densitron UReady 4RU touchscreen 19” monitor and the full functionality of Bridge Technologies’ VB440 monitoring probes using the Widglets™ API. Densitron is a global leader in innovative Human Machine Interaction (HMI) and display technology that provides intuitive touch control, routing and monitoring capabilities to broadcast and production customers.
Maxe Axelsson has selected what Genelec believes to be the perfect combination for mastering as the latest addition to his facilities at PAMA Records. The upgrade to the mastering studio means that it now benefits from the 8351B coaxial three-way monitor and the W371A adaptive woofer system.
Draka White Paper out: “Screening and Balance Performance of Data Cables and Related Screen Designs”
BU Multimedia Solutions (BU MMS) of Prysmian Group published a white paper that outlines the nomenclature of screening designs. In seven chapters, Draka summarizes the possible specifications and provides an overview of the differences between requirements for pure cables and for cabling systems. This aims at responding to regular questions raised by network specialists who build or expand communications infrastructures. The white paper is now available at https://www.draka-cable.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Draka-White-Paper-Screening-and-Balance-Performance_Internet.pdf.
Wireless LED lighting specialist Astera launches its new AX2 PixelBar product – a quality linear wash fixture with wireless control, onboard battery, individually addressable LEDs, ultra-high colour rendering, fabulous digital colour calibration and a 21-degree beam.
Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for virtual production, has solved a major creative limitation when using an LED volume for virtual production. Cinematographers who needed to pull focus between real foreground objects – such as actors – and virtual objects displayed on an LED wall – such as a car - have been unable to do this as the lens focal plane stops at the LED wall, meaning the car always remains out of focus.
Chosen for use in a transportable demonstrator, the Leader LV5600 true hybrid SDI/IP 4K HDR WCG test instrument combines multiple reference tools in a single highly compact unit.
Introducing 3Play® 3P2! NewTek's all-new sports replay production solution ensures that sports broadcasters never miss an angle or unforgettable sporting moment thanks to unparalleled connectivity and efficiency across the whole production workflow.
The Chicago based Signature Production Group, a live and virtual event production company, have adopted Quicklink Studio and Quicklink ST102’s as a “go-to” solution for connecting remote presenters into virtual events. The Quicklink solutions were provided to Signature by Key Code Media, a US-based systems integrator for A/V, broadcast, and post-production solutions.
At NAB Amplify Lawo debuted HOME, an innovative new management platform for IP based media infrastructures. HOME is natively built on a cloud-ready microservices architecture, enabling users to connect, manage and secure networked production setups from the ground up. Furthermore, it provides centralized access and control for all Lawo gear within a setup. HOME helps broadcast professionals address some of the most demanding requirements of modern IP infrastructures, including automated discovery and registration of devices, connection management, flow control, software & firmware management, scalability and security.
Memnon is a market-leading provider of services to digitise, restore, preserve and enable access to historical recordings, and boasts clients around the world. The company operates facilities in Belgium, the US, Israel and Australia. The acquisition of Memnon expands the reach of ES Broadcast’s existing media services, provided primarily to a UK client base by subsidiary LMH, into the global marketplace. It also augments the company’s offering to its clients – including systems integration, equipment sales and hire – allowing it to provide services across the entire broadcast and production spectrum.
IP remote production has gradually begun to revolutionize the economics and logistics of production by transforming the transmission of feeds across the globe, and this trend has only been accelerated by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. With an increasing number of production companies now able to utilize more cost-effective bandwidth over high-performance IP-based networks, fewer resources such as equipment and staff are needed on-site. Instead, resources in central facilities are fully utilized and higher efficiency is achieved.
The sounds of baseball’s new season opening day have been very different since the arrival of the pandemic in 2020, and while the sport’s future and format are still in flux the fan engagement team at the Atlanta Braves have been hard at work designing and preparing their stadium show for both sponsors and fans. 2021 marks an important milestone for Rocket Surgery, Ross Video’s in-house creative and professional services division, and the Atlanta Braves – the Rocket Surgery team is proud to be helping design and build the show at Truist Park for the fifth season in a row.