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MCR Broadcast Hire and Video Europe Ltd today announce they have entered into a strategic partnership, formalising the existing and longstanding relationship between Mike Ransome and Steve Green and aligning the two companies’ business operations. Steve Green and Matt Marner, directors at Video Europe, have entered into a shareholding agreement in MCR Broadcast Hire alongside MCR’s Managing Director, Mike Ransome. Video Europe has invested significant funds into the live broadcast sector over the past few years and considers the alignment of MCR’s business a natural fit.
In a strategic move decided in January and prior to the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, the company is to return to their original and core business offering of equipment rental to the film and television industry. As part of the process, Video Europe is officially exiting the outside broadcast and flypack services market and is selling their OB trucks. The restructure will enable the company to refocus on three business channels: digital cinema, edit equipment rental and broadcast hire. No staff will be lost.
The Berlin Brandenburg Airport in the capital of Germany is about to open – operation will start on October 31st. Until then, the last infrastructural measures and security precautions are in full swing. In order to ensure maximum access and system security, the airport management team chose the KVM system from IHSE, which guarantees reliable and smooth operation.
As of 1 July 2020, Media Online GmbH, based in Frankfurt (Main), is now trading as Broadcast Solutions Produkte und Service GmbH, thus moving even closer to the parent company of the Broadcast Solutions Group. Following the takeover of Media Online GmbH by Broadcast Solutions GmbH in 2017, the name change is a further step towards bundling and expanding the company's competencies.
KFMB-TV anchors, reporters, producers tap Dejero’s mobile app on smartphones to deliver live high quality broadcasts on the move, from breaking news scenes and from home
The rebrand reflects the expansion of the division’s workload and the increasingly diverse nature of the projects being worked on. Stephan Repass, General Manager of Ross Production Services, reflects on the growth enjoyed by his team over the last seven years. “We’ve really expanded since 2013 when our previous company was acquired by Ross Video, and the acquisition was an excellent springboard for growth. The team is bigger, we have more equipment and can manage even more complex productions than ever before. We launched our seventh production vehicle earlier this year and are already in the process of building our eighth – that’s a clear reflection of the hard work put in by everyone on the team and our relentless focus on customer service.”
EVS Media Infrastructure, global leader in broadcast network infrastructure, and b<>com, European technology provider and accelerator of innovation for companies, have teamed up to offer b<>com *Adaptive HDR Converter*, a real-time adaptive HDR conversion functionality to the users of EVS Media Infrastructure brand new product, Neuron.
When the French live event and production industry ground to a halt in March, as with all the rental companies, all FL Group’s immediate work was cancelled, the country went into lockdown to contain the virus and all the staff found themselves in a technical unemployment situation.
Not one is to sit around for long in this industry, and Lucas and Quentin were no exceptions!
They started by creating a truly incredible looking lighting and video design inspired by the conical shape of an hour-glass timer! Three chevron-shaped trusses were rigged in descending order of size – largest at the top – in the warehouse roof, each truss with an LED video border on the front edges.
EditShare®, a technology leader that specializes in collaboration, security, and intelligent storage solutions for media creation and management, today unveiled an EFSv innovation that transforms the economics of editing in the cloud while significantly improving the efficiencies of dynamic and remote editing workflows. Making cloud editing more accessible to more facilities, EFSv optimizes the use of both object and block storage located in the cloud to allow for savings up to 75% compared to the existing costs of cloud storage and workstations. A solution that solves the work arounds associated with proxy editing and conforming, EFSv facilitates a true seamless proxy editing experience for all editors including Adobe, Avid, Blackmagic Design and Grass Valley. Costs savings through better cloud storage management allows facilities to keep production content and archives online and available at all times.
As one of the most prestigious schools in the UK, the University of York’s Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media equips students with the skills necessary to achieve greatness in the creative industries. An important part of the school’s curriculum focuses on audio recording and delivery. To teach students in its audio programs about loudness compliance and metering, the school relies on NUGEN Audio’s VisLM plug-in.
In March the COVID-19 pandemic swept over Europe and the world, causing most nations to go into lockdown. This left many broadcasters scrambling to figure out how to maintain a steady stream of programs to their audiences who were stuck at home. Croatia’s public radio broadcaster HRT is one example of a media house that found itself having to work remotely on very short notice. When reality struck, HRT’s archiving department immediately contacted AV digitizing and archiving specialist NOA GmbH to request support in this endeavor.
Atomos and SIGMA are today announcing RAW recording over HDMI with the fp mirrorless camera and Atomos Ninja V HDR monitor-recorder. Together the fp and Ninja V will record Apple ProRes RAW at up to DCI 4Kp24 or UHD 4Kp30 directly from the camera’s full-frame sensor. It will also be the world’s first mirrorless camera to record RAW over HDMI video in HD at 120fps for amazing high speed shots. ProRes RAW gives creators amazing creative control with flexibility to adjust the color and look of the video, while extending brightness and shadow detail. Footage can be finished in the highest possible quality and dynamic range for either HDR or SDR (Rec.709).
Widespread accessibility to internet connectivity and high-quality smart device cameras have brought live, self-shot interviews to the forefront of modern television, from reality star confessionals to athlete commentary. As the global population continues to shift toward a remote workforce, the role of these interviews is rapidly growing. A majority of remote shoots originate away from traditional studio environments with dedicated camera setups, instead relying on smartphone, tablet or laptop cameras to capture video. Integrating these real-time feeds into a broadcast quality production introduces a host of challenges that The Video Call Center (VCC) aims to solve for content producers. Combining off-the-shelf tools like the AJA HELO H.264 streamer/recorder and the AJA ROI scan converter with the patented VCC video call production platform, The VCC extends the production capabilities of clients like A&E, Discovery Networks, FOX, TLC, Vice and WWE with high quality video remote and automated production workflows and services.
Pliant Technologies announces an extended warranty period in order to further support its customers during the uncertain times created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The extended warranty applies to Pliant products that have been purchased before August 1, 2020. This has been introduced as extra reassurance at no extra charge for customers looking forward to returning to work.
ArKaos, the leading real-time live visual technology innovator, and global LED display control solutions provider NovaStar Tech teamed up to announce a strategic collaboration.