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Broadcast Solutions UK are pleased to announce the appointment of JP Delport as Managing Director. Broadcast Solutions UK is a subsidiary of Broadcast Solutions, one of Europe’s biggest System Integrators, headquartered in Germany.
EcoDigital Launches ECOPro Managed Services for Secure, Predictive, and Proactive Digital Asset Management
Managed Services for DIVA Software Users Reduces the Resources, Time, and Costs Required to Maximize the Value of Digital Content Creation
Madison Area Technical College recently enlisted Adorama Business Solutions, the premier technology resource for corporate, educational, and government institutions, to upgrade its broadcast studio. Looking to better serve the school’s existing student population as well as attract new prospective students, Madison College revitalized its studio to expand course offerings and allow new content creation options.
Digital Nirvana today announced the launch of MediaServicesIQ™, a comprehensive suite of cloud-based microservices that leverage advanced AI and machine-learning (ML) capabilities to streamline media production, postproduction, and distribution workflows. MediaServicesIQ provides a comprehensive, one-stop portal by which users can access Digital Nirvana's high-performance, AI-powered technology solutions: speech-to-text, content classification, closed caption generation and conformance, and a video intelligence engine that can detect ads, logos, objects, and faces.
For the past ten weeks Ross Video has been hosting Ross Live | 2020, a weekly series of presentations, podcasts and product launches designed to highlight best practices across a range of live production environments. However, all good things must come to an end, and we will be bringing the season to a close on July 14th.
Leading wireless LED lighting manufacturer Astera launches its newest innovation – the NYX Bulb – a name inspired by NYX, Greek Goddess of the Night, a mysterious figure of exceptional power and beauty, feared even by Zeus himself! NYX Bulb – the same size as a standard LED bulb – is the first colour-tuneable LED bulb for professional film, stage, and event productions. It comes complete with a CRMX receiver for wireless DMX, plus RF and Bluetooth modules for control via the Astera App on a smartphone or Tablet. It is lightweight, hugely flexible, and highly controllable, and as always, Astera keeps the standards of quality and innovation top of the agenda.
Blackmagic Design today announced the all new ATEM 2 M/E Advanced Panel and the ATEM 4 M/E Advanced Panel. A new family of elegantly designed hardware control panels designed to work with all ATEM switchers. The ATEM Advanced Panels are large enough so the user has dedicated controls for the largest ATEM switchers. Features included up to 4 M/Es, up to 24 separate LCDs for custom button labels, 4 separate system control LCDs, 4 T‑bar fader controls and much more! The new panel design allows both desktop use or inset mounting for a perfectly flat control surface!
TVU Networks, the market and technology leader in cloud and IP-based live video solutions, expanded its TVU Sports group with the addition of Greg Doggett as Director of Sports and Entertainment during a critical time when interest and demand for TVU’s remote video solutions are rapidly growing due to restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. He will be helping to spearhead the deployment of our IP based cloud solutions in the Sports and Entertainment markets.
Dejero and First Mile ease creative collaboration process for film, TV and commercial production during COVID-19 and beyond
Dejero’s high quality real-time video transmission key to the making of Desjardins’ “Send a Virtual Solo” campaign during pandemic
Mediapro Argentina, Latin American audiovisual services company, based in Buenos Aires, has recently turned to IP for a comprehensive technical upgrade of their facilities, where ESPN broadcasts sports-related programming for the region in Spanish. The new IP infrastructure has been integrated by UNITECNIC, the Mediapro Group systems integrator and engineering company, and is based on solutions and knowhow of Lawo, German manufacturer of pioneering network, control, audio and video technology for broadcast, post-pro, live performance and theatrical applications.
Having staged large-scale brand events including launches for Nike and Bentley GTS, and sales conferences for Spar and IBM, Pytch (previously known as SXS Events), when faced with the recent lockdown, looked at how it could use that experience to serve the evolving needs of new and existing customers. The live event specialist has now developed the ‘Virtual Venue’.
SGO today announced that it has partnered with AJA Video Systems to make its subscription-based full-finishing software solution Mistika Boutique compatible with AJA’s T-TAP, the portable Thunderbolt™-powered I/O device, in the latest Mistika 10 release. The company simultaneously announced the launch of a special promotion offering a free 90-day trial of Mistika Boutique with new AJA T-TAP, KONA 1, KONA 4, Io 4K and Io 4K Plus purchases.
Riedel Communications today announced that Simon Roehrs has been appointed director of the company's Asia-Pacific operations. Based in Singapore, Roehrs brings a rich background in sales executive management from prominent media technology companies to his new role.
Indian regional news channel, Lokshahi News, has deployed a range of Grass Valley solutions for its new playout operation. The Marathi language broadcaster has built its system around Grass Valley’s iTX integrated playout platform, leveraging its flexibility and scalability to create a future-proof set-up that supports content delivery to linear and social media outlets. The Grass Valley
LYNX Technik’s HDR Suite of Processing Solutions (HDR Evie+, HDR Evie, HDR Static) for the greenMachine® platform addresses the challenge that broadcasters and content creators are facing when there is a need to broadcast or archive content in both SDR and HDR. The simple solution is to have two independent production routes for SDR and HDR, but this is costly and falls short of delivering full HDR content to the customer and ultimately the subscriber / viewer. The sacrifice in quality results from HDR capable cameras being optimized for SDR lighting and coloring, which compromise the HDR output. Until HDR cameras, graphics, record & replay equipment are widespread, it is also likely there will be a mixture of SDR and HDR sources as well as monitoring and multiviewer destinations.