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Matches in four cities, more than thirty different camera streams, but only one production control room, all managed on site. FabriQ Media Group, TIG Sports, United, Red Bee Media and Riedel Communications made it happen at the DELA European Beach Volleyball Championships. "Remote production control is the future. This innovative approach could very well be the standard in five years’ time,” says Gijs Vos, project manager at United.
Sony Professional Solutions Europe has announced Sony Virtual Production, an on-demand cloud production service that provides a complete production toolset for multi-platform content creation and delivery, at Red Bull’s Alpenbrevet motorcycle race in Sarnen, Switzerland, which took place last weekend.
Only a few months after forging their partnership, Riedel Communications and PIDSO have rolled out their first joint project — a comprehensive solution for the DTM (formerly known as Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters or German Touring Car Masters). The two companies have designed and installed a broadband audio communications system for DTM that integrates advanced antenna technology from PIDSO with Riedel's MediorNet real-time network.
CP Communications, a leader in innovative solutions and services for complex live event productions, returned to the annual All-Star Game this month for the 18th consecutive year, with an expanded RF transmission presence that stretched far beyond the core nine innings.
SportsEngine Inc., an NBC Sports Group company and the leading youth sports technology provider, announced today that they have partnered with Pixellot, the global leader in automated sports production for the semi-professional market. With the formation of this partnership, Pixellot will be included in the new SportsEngine Marketplace, featuring their sports production solutions that revolutionize traditional video capture, production and distribution processes. Pixellot’s solutions enable professional and amateur sports organizations to affordably cover and monetize their events.
LiveU released its live broadcasting figures during the FIFA World Cup™ in Russia with 485 units onsite used by customers from over 40 countries. The numbers have doubled, and even tripled, since the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ – including over 15,000 hours of live broadcasting, over 30,000 live sessions and 36TB of live transmission – with LiveU’s LU600 4K HEVC solution enabling customers to broadcast more hours with less data. Customers used LiveU to follow the teams, interview the players and the fans, and capture the atmosphere with daily live feeds.
TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that it will provide rental packages and on-the-ground technical support throughout this summers’ international football tournament in all 12 Russian cities that will be hosting matches. The tournament will commence next month, with over 150 pieces of TVU Networks equipment and local SIM Cards already lined up to enable broadcasters to successfully deliver matches and tournament news to consumers across the globe.
Step into the Caesars Event Space in Las Vegas, and it has all of the conventional trappings of a major sports production. Cameras and a host of broadcast equipment surround an elaborate set dressed with stadium-style bleacher seating, a commentator desk and interview stage, in addition to 75 gaming stations in the round and a decagon of overhead displays. 75 pro gamers gather in the space each week for an “H1Z1” Pro League eSports competition, which pits teams of gamers against one another as they play Daybreak Games’ battle royale hit “H1Z1.”
The public broadcasters ARD and ZDF are relying on dry hire equipment from Qvest Media to broadcast the World Cup from Russia. As before during the Winter Olympics in South Korea and earlier international sporting events, the internationally active systems architect and rental provider will complement the broadcasters’ technical infrastructure with IT, AV and broadcast technology and provide their technical teams with advice.
Beach volleyball makes its annual breath-taking pilgrimage to the stunning scenery of the Swiss Alps this week – and all eyes will be on three new Brazilian teams at the Swatch Major Gstaad as the South Americans go in search of glory.
At last month’s 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, commonly referred to as “E3,” Nintendo, one of the world’s largest gaming companies, relied on The Switch® for exclusive distribution of Nintendo’s linear feed and streaming feeds across multiple, worldwide over-the-top platforms.
CP Communications, a leader in innovative solutions and services for complex live event productions, this year successfully managed the entire RF transmission infrastructure for the 118th U.S. Open Championship, which took place June 12-17 at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, NY.
League of Legends® (LoL) is the world’s most-played PC game, with over 100 million monthly active players. Each summer, teams from fourteen regions around the world come together to face-off with each other in Riot Games’ annual esports event, Rift Rivals. Rift Rivals will be held in various global locations between July 2nd-9th. One of the highlights of the event is the North America (NA) versus Europe (EU) clash that takes place this year on July 5th-7th at the home of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS) in Los Angeles, California. 350 fans will join the players live in the studio, and the Rift Rivals: NA vs. EU event will be broadcast live in 9 languages on lolesports.com, Twitch, YouTube and ESPN+.
Blackmagic Design today announced that ESL, the world’s largest esports company, delivered the inaugural live finals of the League of Legends European Masters, with a bespoke playout system built with a series of DeckLink Quad 2 capture and playback cards.
Ballito Pro, and its production team White Hot Media, have partnered with LiveU to provide dynamic live coverage of the world’s longest professional surfing event taking place annually on the KwaDukuza coast in South Africa. LiveU’s portable LU600 HEVC units were used to provide comprehensive coverage of the main surfing competition and different aspects of the event, including extreme sports and music concerts, soaking up the 14-day event’s unique festival atmosphere. The event, presented by Billabong, was streamed live every day to the World Surf League website and Facebook page, which has over six million followers.