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IBC is introducing a new event, the IBC Esports Showcase, that taps into the considerable esports expertise of major broadcast organisations to provide a valuable insight into this rapidly growing genre for those involved in media and entertainment.
Audiences expect high quality visuals across broadcast and OTT content whether tuning into the local news or catching a football match on a mobile phone, and the bar continues to rise as augmented reality (AR) becomes more widely used to visualize information like weather patterns, athletic performance, match plays and more. RT Software helps broadcasters and sports production professionals meet these expectations with tools for creating and delivering dynamic, interactive graphics. Since flexible video and audio I/O is a must for these visuals, AJA Corvid and KONA products have become RT Software’s go-to technology. Its AJA-powered solutions have been used since 2014 to drive AR graphics and 4K telestrations for coverage of several major sporting events from Wimbledon to cricket, a world-leading sailing competition and more.
Media industry software company VSN has announced that its flexible, scalable, open standards-based solution has been chosen by TRK Ukraine for its complete media management and news production requirements. The project was implemented by Comtel, VSN’s local distributor and a leading system integrator of television technologies in the Ukrainian market.
The Draco ultra DP Gaming Extender enables extension of gaming signals at the ultra-fast response times demanded by professional gamers. Gamers can compete in esports events without the noise and clutter of local gaming machines. Organizers can relocate gaming equipment to a protected and secure remote server room, for better performance and to reduce the risk of unauthorized acces.
Riedel today announced that two of Hong Kong’s leading providers of rental broadcast and production equipment — A-Team Plus and Show Bros — have invested in Riedel’s industry-leading Bolero wireless intercom. The two companies, which have common customers and often work together on AV and broadcast projects, each purchased two complete Bolero systems including beltpacks and antennas.
Grass Valley’s versatile cameras have been selected by Expert'ease, to enhance its live production offering. Grass Valley's solutions were chosen for their proven reliability and agility and will enable the Montreal-based audiovisual and multimedia company to take its production capability to the next level. Installation and commissioning of the new systems were carried out in collaboration with Grass Valley’s regional partner, CEV, a leader in multimedia technologies.
MultiDyne Fiber Optic Solutions will broaden its range of 12G and openGear fiber transport solutions at IBC2019 with the introduction of its next-generation OG-4600 and FiberSaver solutions. Now shipping, both problem-solving solutions enable broadcast, production and digital cinema customers to efficiently manage and transport higher resolutions and signal counts with streamlined connectivity. MultiDyne will demonstrate both new product lines at Stand 11.D40 in the RAI Amsterdam from September 13-17.
At IBC show Broadcast Solutions presents the new Streamline S12T model at their outdoor stand O.E02. With over 45 units built and on the road, the Streamline concept is the world’s most successful OB Van series. The new S12T model is based on a 26-ton self-driving truck with a single expansion box-body buildup. The S12T works with up to 12 4K/UHD cameras based on 12G-SDI UHD Single Link and offers sufficient 3G-SDI Quad Link gateways for monitoring purposes.
Showing for the first time this IBC is Wheatstone’s Strata 32 audio console that packs 64 channels and the latest IP audio innovation into a 40-inch frame, fitting most television applications and budgets for under US $75,000.
"When we started back then with LiveU systems, sports and news executive management imagined that these new transmission solutions would decrease the need for SNG vehicles," says Patrick Vautier, technical director, L'Équipe. "That it would be enough to leave with a camera, a small bag and a cable."
The new Secure IP Remote Access Gateway module connects the KVM matrix to private or public TCP/IP networks. This allows very high-performance remote access to matrix-connected target devices via an HTML browser or soft client.
Titan Fitness is an independently owned fitness studio in Coogee, a coastal suburb of NSW, Australia, that prides itself on being a unique experience with a dedicated team of instructors and experts plus state-of-the-art facilities focussed on offering the highest standards of equipment and inspiration to its members.
Whether it’s the latest wireless gear, tools for immersive audio or class-leading equipment for the studio: The Sennheiser and Neumann solutions shown at IBC2019 (stand 8 D.50) guarantee excellent audio quality for productions of any type and size. Highlights presented include: Sennheiser’s entry-level 2.4GHz XS Wireless Digital systems for DSLR/DSLM audio; the professional SK 6212 UHF mini-bodypack transmitter and EK 6042 camera receiver for location and studio work; and the Neumann KH 750 DSP subwoofer and Neumann NDH 20 studio headphones for critical monitoring applications.
At IBC (Stand 1.A71) Bridge Technologies is showcasing a new capability – as a technology demonstration, but due for imminent customer availability – that promises to be transformative for remote production. The technology is a Widglets™API HTML5 video monitor for the company’s VB440 network probe that allows the probe to become truly multifunctional beyond its current widespread deployment for monitoring IP networks, extending its usefulness well beyond test and measurement. By leveraging the Widglets API, users can, for example, now deliver a full-motion, colour-accurate and ultra-low latency video monitoring capability to any location or any application where it is needed: all that is required is a laptop and a network connection.
Gravity Media, a leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services, has agreed to acquire Chief Entertainment Pty Limited, a leading Sydney, Australia-based provider of live studio and production services, from Telstra Corporation Limited, Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company. Gravity Media currently operates in Australia under the Gearhouse Broadcast, HyperActive Broadcast and Input Media brands and this acquisition will complement the existing Input Media production centres in the UK as well as its Melbourne production and Sydney post-production facilities. The transaction has not yet completed and is expected to complete by the end of August, subject to certain conditions being satisfied.