Results 1756 - 1770 from 2034 in „Sports”

Pages

130 EVS Servers Deployed for Live Replay Operations at the 2010 Asian Games

Guangzhou Asian Games Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (GAB), the 2010 Asian Games host broadcaster will use EVS systems for its live operations, including multi-camera recording, live replays and highlight editing at various venues of the event. Production teams, including 22 Chinese TV stations, will use a total of 130 EVS SD/HD servers and their live production controllers to cover the Games, which will be held in Guangzhou, China, from November 12 to 27, 2010.
Read more
130 EVS Servers Deployed for Live Replay Operations at the 2010 Asian Games

advertisement

EVS Tapeless Technology Acts as a Hub at the First HD Commonwealth Games

EVS Instant Tapeless Technology was selected by Doordarshan Prasar Bharati Corporation (the host broadcaster) for operations involving recording, instant replay and editing, media storage and exchange and playout at the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi from October 3 to 14, 2010. EVS offered an innovative workflow solution that combined advanced production networking with complete control of live broadcast actions, managing a total of over 120 EVS production servers and their various software controllers.
Read more
EVS Tapeless Technology Acts as a Hub at the First HD Commonwealth Games

Arqiva delivers live Q&A for Arts Alliance Media’s ‘Chasing Legends’

Arqiva, on behalf of Arts Alliance Media, has provided Outside Broadcasts and satellite services for a live cinema event ‘Chasing Legends’. This film tells the story of Mark Cavendish’s 2009 Tour de France bid, and its UK premiere was followed by a live Q&A session at Cineworld The O2. This was filmed, uplinked and distributed by Arqiva to 52 UK cinemas.
Read more
Arqiva delivers live Q&A for Arts Alliance Media’s ‘Chasing Legends’

advertisement

Clay Paky at the XIX Commonwealth Games

Clay Paky was a star performer at the recent opening and closing ceremonies of the 19th Commonwealth Games, broadcast live from Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in New Delhi, India. Despite highly publicised concerns about the quality of accommodation in the Athletes' Village and unfinished building works in and around the stadium, the Games managed to go on as planned and the ceremonies were considered an enormous success.
Read more
Clay Paky at the XIX Commonwealth Games

SM² and RRsat Partner in MPEG-4 Sports Broadcasting

RRsat Global Communications Network Ltd. (NASDAQ: RRST), a leading provider of comprehensive content management and global distribution services to the television and radio broadcasting industries, is working with Sm2 Sports Media Solutions, LLC, and their teleport partner TV2GO in Canada, to deliver live HD sporting events worldwide in MPEG-4, including the US Open, the PGA Championship and for the first time globally, the 2010 NFL season.
Read more
SM² and RRsat Partner in MPEG-4 Sports Broadcasting

advertisement

JBL VERTEC Line Arrays at the Opening of the Commonwealth Games

Bringing together more than 50 nations from around the world, the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India opened its 12-day athletic competition with a large, multi-array JBL VerTecâ line array system powered by Crown I-Tech HD amplifiers to support the opening ceremonies. The system successfully filled the Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, occupied by more than 60,000 spectators and nearly 5,000 athletes. Audio production companies Norwest Productions (Australia) and Sound.com (India) collaborated to implement Auditoria’s sophisticated event system design in the field.
Read more
JBL VERTEC Line Arrays at the Opening of the Commonwealth Games

HBS Making Broadcast History™

Host Broadcast Services (HBS) has inspired dramatic changes in the way that the host broadcast of major sports events are handled and is the industry leader in the field. In 2010 HBS – jointly with FIFA, Sony and ESPN received the prestigious IBC Amsterdam 2010 Judges’ Prize for delivering the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in 3D, and at SPORTELMonaco FIFA received the European Sports TV Audience Award. In a special press conference at SPORTEL Niclas Ericson, Director FIFA TV and Francis Tellier, CEO HBS gave a brief review on the technical aspects of the World Cup in South Africa.
Read more
HBS Making Broadcast History™

advertisement

D-98 Days to the Start of the Ralley Monte-Carlo's Centenary

A special presentation of the Centenary Rally was made last week in Paris in the presence of Michel Boeri, President of the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM), Laurent-Eric Le Lay, President of Eurosport Group, René Isoart, ACM General Commissioner, and Géraldine Filiol, Managing Director of Eurosport Events, the promoter of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. On this occasion, a number of exciting key decisions were announced to celebrate the rally's 100th anniversary.
Read more
D-98 Days to the Start of the Ralley Monte-Carlo's Centenary

Camera Corps Speciality Camera Systems Capture the Action in Delhi

Working in partnership with SIS Live, Camera Corps is providing the speciality camera systems for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. A wide range of equipment including remote heads, tracking systems and Q-Ball compact robotic cameras have been supplied. All are being supported and maintained throughout the event by experienced SIS/Camera Corps technicians.
Read more
Camera Corps Speciality Camera Systems Capture the Action in Delhi

advertisement

Reckord Produced NHL Opener in Prague

Radim Vrbata scored twice and added an assist to lead the Phoenix Coyotes past the Boston Bruins 5-2 in their NHL season-opening game in the Czech capital Saturday. Nathan Horton scored twice for Boston in the third period. Vrbata, a Czech right winger, pleased the home crowd of about 16,000 in O2 Arena 7:59 into the game, scoring from a rebound off Adrian Aucoin's slap shot. Vrbata hit the puck when it was in the air.
Read more
Reckord Produced NHL Opener in Prague

IGBS partakes in Guangzhou Asian Games Broadcast Deliverables

More than 14,000 athletes from 45 countries and regions will compete in 42 events. The main broadcast service of the Games - Guangzhou Asian Games Broadcasting (GAB) - was established on December 31, 2008 with Mr Ma Guoli, a very respected member of the International Broadcast Industry, as its president.
Read more
IGBS partakes in Guangzhou Asian Games Broadcast Deliverables

advertisement

WIGE TV-Marketing to Exhibit Historic Mercedes Race Car at SPORTELMonaco 2010
UEFA Executive Committee- Minsk meeting decisions

Games Broadcaster is Ready

SIS LIVE, the UK company providing all of the host broadcast television production and coverage facilities and services for the Commonwealth Games in India, is ready for the games to begin.
Read more
Games Broadcaster is Ready
Longest-ever 100V Line of EV Cabinets and full EV XLC/XLD Stage PA for National Powerboat Champs

Pages

advertisement