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LiveU will present its portfolio of 5G-enabled solutions for live newsgathering and dynamic sports coverage for every type of event. Looking towards the 2020 games in Tokyo, LiveU is already gearing up to support hundreds of customers with its award-winning HEVC technology.
With broadcasters continuing to push boundaries with live AR and virtual sets, it’s no exaggeration to say that sports coverage has dramatically improved over the past few years. To stay ahead of the game, sport & events graphics company, MOOV have created stunning augmented reality graphics for the BBC’s studio coverage of the Wimbledon Championships, one of the most prestigious events in the tennis world. MOOV are using RT Software’s AR solution on a 3 camera (2 pedestals and 1 jib) setup which utilises the StarTracker camera tracking technology from Mo-Sys. This optical tracking system gathers reliable and highly-precise tracking data, enabling studio cameras to be moved when overlaying augmented graphics.
Gearhouse Broadcast, the Gravity Media-owned supplier of technical facilities, crew and services used to capture the world’s most watched content, has hired Thea Finch as Lead Production Manager. The appointment will see Thea head up the production team to ensure effective day-to-day operational activity, act as key point of contact for clients, and have overall responsibility for all Projects production budgets.
Audio specialist Sennheiser has taken a majority shareholding in Dear Reality GmbH on 1 July 2019. The expert in spatial audio algorithms and VR/AR audio software will continue to operate as a separate company based in Düsseldorf; customers will be able to rely on existing dearVR products and can look forward to joint VR/AR workflows by Sennheiser and Dear Reality. Uwe Cremering, responsible for AMBEO Immersive Audio at Sennheiser, will support the company as a third CEO alongside founders Achim Fell and Christian Sander.
Ross Video is pleased to announce that ES Broadcast, the UK-based broadcast equipment sales, hire and systems integration specialists, have been promoted to Diamond Elite Partner status for 2019/2020.
Autoscript WINPLUS-IP News PAIRS WITH RUNDOWN CREATOR TO GIVE University of Surrey Students Vital Training On Industry-Standart Tools
Autoscript today announced that the University of Surrey has adopted the company’s award-winning WinPlus-IP News prompting solution for its Film and Video Production Technology degree. Through an all-new integration with Rundown Creator software, WinPlus-IP News gives students in the degree program invaluable hands-on experience working with professional solutions for producing and prompting on-air TV programs.
Award-winning event design, technical and scenic production company Maestra Group, has announced that it will open a European base in Barcelona, Spain.
Well known for its vibrant culture, the city is the “perfect hub for Maestra Group’s growing business in Europe” commented Group Directors, Tom Clements and Justin Hammond - who will be overseeing the launch
Calrec Audio is dedicated to excellence in audio mixing for on-air and live production. For more than 50 years, Calrec’s range of broadcast equipment has been relied on by the world's most successful broadcasters. Today, Calrec’s pioneering IP, remote production and virtual products provide new opportunities for broadcasters to create more for less. For premium audio solutions, broadcasters put their trust in Calrec. More information is available at calrec.com.
This innovative approach is epitomised by national broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV). The Beijing-based public national broadcaster operates 43 TV channels including five overseas in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic. Offering news, documentary, comedy, entertainment and drama programming, it has a combined audience of more than one billion viewers. It operates 31 Chinese regional offices, two overseas branch offices, five overseas central offices and 63 overseas regional offices.
BroaMan has provided an elegant point-to-point fiber solution to TVP, the Polish national broadcaster, as part of an upgrade to an OB van. Critically, the Mux22 platform specified offers automatic redundancy. The DSNG satellite OB van, stationed in Wroclaw, was first modernised in 2015 and now functions as an 8-camera production truck and at the same time a satellite uplink.
Innovative design and the latest technologies, including machine learning and native support for IP, are the driving force behind new production and storytelling solutions on show from EVS at IBC2019. On stand 8.B90, EVS presents its future lean production solutions offering live production standards accessible at lower operational costs. Full IP interoperability and integration with third-party tools are also inherent in all new EVS solutions and updates.
With host broadcaster ISB looking to raise its production capabilities and deliver stunning live-footage, four new mobile production sets from public broadcaster Belarus TV were deployed at the recent European Games 2019 in Minsk. Broadcast Solutions recently delivered all production tools to Belarus TV.
Representing the very best of technical excellence in pursuit of real benefits for producers and viewers alike, the Innovation Awards judges were “astounded by the range of imaginative projects submitted and had some really tough decisions to make,” said Michael Lumley, Chair of the international judging panel.
Sx TAG with its SFP, SDI and analog I/O offers incredible versatility in a handheld device. It is ideal for IP, 3G/HD/SD-SDI, optical SDI, HDMI and Analog test & measurement as well as AES eye analysis, for applications demanding true mobility and ease of use. The Sx TAG is fast becoming the Broadcast Engineer's Swiss Army knife for diagnosing Audio, Video and IP issues.
As soon as the first video signal processing protocols appeared on IP architectures, IIFA was one of the first French training centers to have set up training courses dealing with these standards. Partners of major television groups for many years, these trainings target engineering and technology teams.