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Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide Emmy® award winning video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, recently provided five HEVC capable EnGo mobile transmitters and a 4-channel WayPoint receiver to Next Up Digital, for the 8-camera remote coverage of the professional race at IRONMAN Australia, in Port Macquarie via IRONMAN’s global social media channels.
Clear-Comâ distributor Audio Technica provided HDwireless, the German wireless specialist, with an all-IP intercom solution based around a Clear-Com Eclipseâ HX digital matrix system to enhance its inventory of wireless communications solutions.
The China Touring Car Championship (CTCC) trust in Silvus wireless communication technology for improved camera coverage
During the recent races of the CTCC, held in Shanghai, China, production company Top Cool Productions deployed technology for wireless mesh networks from Silvus, implemented and maintained by system integrator Broadcast Solutions. The German system integrator was on site with their Singapore entity and held responsible for the system’s design, implementation and service on-site to give the production company a broader and uninterrupted wireless camera coverage, specifically in the PIT area.
NEP Connect (formerly SIS LIVE), the leader in critical broadcast connectivity, provided bespoke production solutions and satellite connectivity for the 106th Tour De France bicycle road race broadcast daily on ITV4. For 10 years, NEP Connect has worked in partnership with specialist producer and distributor of road and track cycling, Vsquared TV, to deliver onsite satellite connectivity and multi-camera studio presentation using a uniquely designed production vehicle to tackle the challenging route through the Pyrenees and Alps, covering 3500 kilometres over 21 stages.
The hugely-anticipated FIFA eWorld Cup 2019™ kicked off with a bang at The O2 in London with 32 of the world’s leading players starting their path to global glory.
IBC2019, the world’s most influential media, entertainment and technology show, will explore the technical and commercial opportunities and challenges of the rapidly growing world of Esports, with its first ever Esports Showcase on Tuesday 17 September. The IBC Esports showcase powered by ESL, EVS and Lagardère will feature a live esports tournament in the RAI Auditorium taking advantage of a unique combination of world-class tech placing spectators at the heart of the action.
At the celebrations, President Bach symbolically handed invitations to the Presidents of the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) of Greece, China, France, the United States of America, Senegal, Australia and Japan, as well as the Chef de Mission of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team. Among the NOCs represented were the country where the Olympic Games originated and several host countries of upcoming Games and Youth Olympic Games editions.
Samoa is a small island in the middle of the Pacific. This year it plays host to the sixteenth edition of the Pacific Games which sees over 4000 athletes competing in 27 different sports. It is also home to DAWG Professional Audio whose success with their world-class KV2 Audio inventory was sufficient to win the audio tender for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2019 Pacific Games.
Viewers around the world enjoyed premium quality audio while watching Wimbledon 2019 with NEP UK deploying 15 Calrec consoles at the South West London tennis venue, alongside extensive Calrec networking and routing technology and I/O boxes. An additional three Calrec consoles were used in NEP OB trucks that covered Centre Court, Court One and Court Two.
EVS, the leading provider of live production solutions, has been selected by the host broadcaster of a global multi-sports event taking place in 2020 in Asia to provide solutions for the centralized ingest, management and distribution of its content. EVS will also be responsible for a comprehensive media server that will give operatives instant access to thousands of hours of material. These tools will enable the production crews located at the various venues and within a central international broadcast center (IBC) to create an unprecedented amount of compelling content.
EBU Members have reported record audience figures and coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019™, signaling a landmark moment for women’s sport. Europe’s Public Service broadcasters have brought the excitement, action and goals of this thrilling tournament to millions free-to-air, both those within Eurovision Sport’s 38 territory* contract and those with individual agreements**.
Australian pilot Matt Hall blew the Red Bull Air Race World Championship open on Sunday with a steely win at the sport’s historic first race at Lake Balaton, Hungary. Finishing second, Great Britain’s Ben Murphy clinched the first race podium of his young World Championship career, and in third, Canada’s Pete McLeod grabbed his first race podium since 2018. Meanwhile, an early exit for Japan’s Yoshihide Muroya enabled defending World Champion Martin Šonka of the Czech Republic to jump to the top of the overall standings despite hitting a pylon in the Final 4.
Ahead of the historic first stop of the Red Bull Air Race at Lake Balaton, Hungary on 13-14 July, two of the hottest pilots in the World Championship – François Le Vot (FRA) and Ben Murphy (GBR) – took a discovery flight over the famed lake’s expansive shores.
disguise Powers Longest Ever AR Centered Broadcast at Opening Ceremony of 2019 Pakistan Super League
The Pakistan Cricket Board started the 2019 season with something truly spectacular. Right before the first match, an awe-inspiring opening ceremony took place at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium - but this was unlike any event ever seen in the tournament’s history. Broadcast to over 50 million people around the world, the 60-minute Pakistan Super League opening ceremony combined mind-blowing augmented reality graphics with live performances from global acts, including iconic 70’s funk band Boney M, Pakistan’s Junoon and solo stars Fawad Khan, Young Desi, Aima Baig and Shuja Haider.
EVS, the leading provider of live production solutions, will deliver its latest technologies to a major sports federation for use at its high-profile tournament that will take place across Europe in the summer of 2020. In addition to the extended deployment of its live production systems (for replay, slow-motion and highlights) within the multiple venues, EVS will deploy the entire media server. This will provide instant access to thousands of hours of content based on an intuitive research system and powerful content management interface, facilitating the creation of a large amount of video collateral during the event.