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Facilis, a leading international supplier of cost-effective, high performance shared storage solutions for collaborative media production networks today announced that Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment Productions (VWSE Productions), the world leader in video board production for major sporting events, is relying on several Facilis TerraBlock shared storage systems to produce big screen content for both their onsite production departments and for use offsite during major sporting events.
Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment and Ross Video Help Drive Stadium Screens for Major League Baseball in London
Major League Baseball set foot in the UK for the first time in history last weekend, as two of the league’s titans, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox, came head-to-head for a two-game series on June 29th and 30th at London Stadium – the spectacular venue for many events during London’s hosting of the Olympic games in 2012.
Blackmagic Design has today announced that Valencia Club de Fútbol (CF) is providing fans an enhanced match day experience following an overhaul of the Mestalla Stadium’s live production capabilities using Blackmagic Design video production hardware.
Two-time Red Bull Air Race titleholder Kirby Chambliss put his 2017 season on track with a confident win at the World Championship stop in Budapest on Sunday. Canada’s Pete McLeod was scintillating in second, while Japan’s Yoshihide Muroya retained the head of the overall standings by clinching third.
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York underwent an amazing renovation just in time to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the US Open last month. A new 14,000-seat covered Louis Armstrong Stadium, updated services across the campus and expanded food, beverage and retail options have all been part of a US$ 600 million improvement project. All these additions have gone towards making it the premiere destination for tennis fans around the world.
At the 2019 NAB Show (booth SL3816), EVS will demonstrate the centralized production workflow implemented by the University of Miami (UM) for its live sports production. Home to the Hurricanes and 17 varsity sports, the university is the first educational institution to deploy EVS’ software-defined Dyvi switcher for high-quality programming of multiple sports from a centralized media production hub.
The University of Miami (UM) – the home of Hurricanes Athletics – is set to become the first university in the US to deploy the software-defined DYVI switcher to produce live sports. The switcher from EVS, a leading provider of live production technology, is used by multiple professional sports teams and will be implemented into the athletics department’s campus production control room as it prepares to undertake its new production role for ESPN’s upcoming ACC Network.
Implementing its first broadcast-quality video production initiative to support new online and social media distribution opportunities, the Athletics department at the University of Maine selected Z-HD5000 cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd. (Hitachi Kokusai) to provide the pristine picture quality and outstanding ease of use they needed. Building on the benefits the cameras bring to their live sports productions, the university also plans to extend its use of Z‑HD5000s to the educational curriculum with new video production courses next year.
Broadcaster NOS has asked United to register the European Athletics Championships 2016. This will be one of the most prestigious assignments in United’s history. A major challenge in a summer crammed with sports events: We will be working at the European Football Championships, the Tour de France and, of course, the Olympics.
Home to the Blackhawks (NHL) and the Bulls (NBA), the United Center in Chicago became a Ross customer in October of last year, installing a Ross Unified Venue Control System to drive all of the LED displays, both inside and outside the venue. One of the standout features of the arena is the center hung display that totals over 50 million pixels. In addition, the arena features a number of concourse, atrium and external displays that bring the overall pixel count to well over 100 million!