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VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced that Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California, successfully launched VITEC’s IPTV Sports Venue Solution. With comprehensive capabilities of VITEC’s EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Platform, each of the over 700 displays located throughout the concourse, concession stands, VIP clubs, suites, and lofts now offers fully customizable, dynamic digital signs, live TV channels, and low-latency streaming of any event.
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, will showcase its EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Sports Venue Platform at the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) Conference, May 15-18, at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta. The CSVA Conference is the premier annual event to network with the top video coordinators in the industry, keep up to speed with the latest trends and technologies, and share ideas.
Vislink Technologies Announces Further Three-Year Contract with Dorna Sports as Official RF Systems Supplier for MotoGP
Vislink Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: VISL), global leader in live video production, is pleased to announce a further three-year contract with Dorna Sports, S.L., under which Vislink remains official RF systems supplier for video communications, including onboard systems, for MotoGP, the premier motorcycle racing circuit in the world.
Åre Torg (Åre Town Square) is the main square during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019. Those who have already been to the village of Åre must have seen the huge House of Switzerland in the middle of the square – a nice home for Swiss visitors and staff as well as all others who would like to enjoy the atmosphere of Åre 2019.
Key moments of sporting drama from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games will be shown in full and true 360-degree high-definition virtual reality (VR), offering an unprecedented and immersive view of the action. Using a compatible headset and their mobile phones, viewers will be transported right to the heart of the Olympic action , with coverage slated to include the opening and closing ceremonies, and one event per day. The live broadcasts will be offered via video-on-demand services provided by the various international rights holders, including NBC in the US. So far, 12 rights holders have taken up the VR offerings, with others still to confirm.
Back in January we noted the emergence of Virtual Reality (VR) as a serious alternative to the traditional and digital broadcast model for consuming sports. We concluded that this was an area that should be closely monitored, even though we thought it might be a few years before the technology presented itself as a viable alternative. While we were right concerning the first point, VR in sports might become a reality sooner than anticipated.
This month, some of Russia’s best eSports gamers descended upon Cyberspace, a new event venue located at Moscow Riviera shopping centre to play League of Legends RT CyberCup. There are lots more tournaments, competitions and events planned in the pipeline over the upcoming months.