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- Venerable North Carolina sound company selects Electro-Voice/Dynacord system after auditioning multiple options
- Electro-Voice X1 line-array loudspeakers selected for their efficiency and musicality
- SONICUE software provides intuitive system monitoring and Dante/OMNEO network control via Dynacord TGX20 amplifiers
Oct. 28, 2019 – Cobalt Digital today announced Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting Co., which owns and operates stations in nine markets in addition to MeTV and other digital multicast networks, is using Cobalt’s software defined 9922-FS-DSP platform for openGear® frames to provide microservices for Emergency Alert System local insertion and CALM compliance for its terrestrial stations. Most recently, the company purchased five cards in March for KTLN, a Heroes & Icons and MeTV affiliate serving San Francisco (DMA #8).
Timecode Systems Joins Forces With Atomos to Create a More Connected Multicamera Ecosystem
Timecode Systems today announces an exciting new chapter for the company as part of Atomos. Together, the companies are building tightly integrated multicamera workflow solutions that unify all recording devices on set, allowing these devices to work together more cohesively. This allows production teams to experience, for the first time, the full impact of truly collaborative video and audio content creation across all types of program making.
Belgium-based entertainment technology engineering and automation specialist WIcreations has acquired the assets of Swedish advanced technology manufacturer, Visual act Scandinavia AB, effective immediately.
By leveraging the advanced technology of the Route66 from its associate company, BroaMan, Optocore has not only been able to develop the AutoRouter intelligent patchbay—which offers similar functionality—but has been steadily exploiting the market segments in which the Optocore brand has greatest recognition.
Belden Inc. announced today its intention to divest the Grass Valley media technology business. Please see a copy of the press release here:
Riedel Communications today announced the appointment of Chris Johnson as General Manager of Riedel Australia. Johnson first joined Riedel Australia in 2016 to head up the company’s rental operation. In the meantime, he has charted significant success in developing the business and delivering complex solutions to high-profile customers across Australia, including Vivid Sydney and the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Movicom, the Moscow Russia based developer and manufacturer of robotic and mechatronic specialty equipment for live, studio and outside broadcasting has opened a branch office in Los Angeles, CA. The company has an extensive portfolio of innovative camera systems and an impressive roster of global events under its production belt. It aims to bring all of this experience and all of its gear to facilitate a wide range of production in the US.
Just the size of the HDMI contact surface: the super compact all-metal connectors made by HICON of the new HDMI® Ultraslim HI-HDSL series. The 100 % shielded cable with 3.6 mm (0.14 in.) in diameter has also undergone a slimming diet. In the lengths of 0.35 m / 0.75 m / 1.25 m and 2.0 m (13.75 / 29.5 / 49.25 and 78.75 in.) the feather-weight offers a performance of 18 Gb/s @ 60Hz and is thus the ideal solution for UHD camera applications.
Sound Devices is pleased to announce the third mixer-recorder in their new 8-Series: the 888 Portable Production Mixer-Recorder. The 888 is the smallest portable mixer-recorder available that offers Dante for sending and receiving audio over Ethernet. 8 ultra low-noise, 8-Series microphone preamplifiers, 16 channels, 20 tracks, multiple powering methods, and support for multiple USB control surfaces allows the 888 to be easily tailored to any sound professional’s workflow.
Bild is a London-based visual engineering studio and well renowned in the industry for helping to create spectacular live experiences, such as The Opening Ceremony for the Pakistan Super League, where 50 minutes of AR graphics replaced traditional pre-rendered content that usually is mapped onto projection surfaces or LED screens inside the venue.
ControlWorks Advances Live Streaming Workflows with AJA HELO Support for Custom Crestron Integration Environments
Leading control systems developer ControlWorks Consulting has teamed with AJA Video Systems to deliver a new module enabling seamless use of AJA’s HELO H.264 streaming and recording device in custom integrator environments powered by Crestron Electronics control and automation solutions.
Located in Toppenish, Washington, four hours southeast of Seattle on the Yakama Nation reservation, is Legends Casino Hotel and Events Center, a first rate facility that stands as one of the top casino and entertainment centers in the American Northwest. Wanting to attract new guests by expanding their entertainment program, Legends recently built a new events center and sought to maintain their high standards by equipping the space in state-of-the-art entertainment technology systems.
It’s no secret that Academy Award-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino sets out to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces packed full of the industry’s most highly respected artists. What might be lesser known to the general viewer, however, is the full scope of the director’s attention to detail. One of the biggest components of his productions is the immersive nature of the audio that complements the visuals. Not least among these is his latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, for which Tarantino’s long-time re-recording mixer Michael Minkler, and veteran music editor Jim Schultz delivered an unrivalled audio production. As the film relied on well-known original radio broadcasts, songs and scores from the 1960s era in which it was set, the duo selected NUGEN Audio’s Halo Upmix plug-in to allow them to mix from stereo to 5.1/7.1/Dolby Atmos and back again.
Esports Stadium Arlington Integrates TSL Products’ Advanced Control System Into Workflow for Seamless Interoperability
Esports Stadium Arlington in Texas needed to establish a broadcast workflow suitable for its modern, 100,000-square-foot event space. The stadium’s integrator suggested adding TSL Products’ advanced control system into the facility’s workflow to achieve a seamless, universal broadcast control surface.