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Blackmagic Design today announced that international gaming and esports agency, Freaks 4U Gaming, has deployed multiple studios and portable production units (PPU) built around Blackmagic Design. The solution for acquisition, control and delivery, allows the facility to offer native 4K content creation services for broadcast and live streaming.
Nextologies Partners with MAV TV for the Live Remote Production and Transmission of the "Ricmotech Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires iRacing eSeries"
MAVTV Canada, the destination for all things motorsports, has once again partnered with custom end-to-end video broadcast solutions provider Nextologies Limited to provide complex live remote production and transmission services for the Ricmotech Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires iRacing eSeries.
The lucrative business of sports broadcasting and media rights has taken an extended time-out. Amikam Kranz, vice president of media sales and operations at Infront Sports & Media, hopes the sports world will kick off again in May or June. “As soon as there is live content again—on TV, on platforms—people will be happy to re-subscribe if they’ve canceled their subscriptions or will just be happy to watch again,” he says. “And for us, it will mean coming back to our daily bread and butter.”
Infront, a Wanda Sports Group company and the eSerie A TIM's exclusive media, marketing and digital partner, will deliver the first pre-season esports tournament for the Italian football league's top clubs on Wednesday 1 April.
Deltatre unveils ‘mtribes’ the SaaS platform that enables real time, data-driven UX decisions and takes minutes to install
Deltatre, a global leader in fan-first video experiences, today announced the launch of its new SaaS-based solution, mtribes. The tool enables any media operator running a multi-angle platform digital or OTT service to quickly identify user groups and their behaviors, create highly personalized user experiences (UX) and measure the effectiveness of personalization through real time insights. On average it takes less than 15 minutes to integrate mtribes into website and apps already live in the market.
Infront, a Wanda Sports Group company, today announced it has appointed André Fläckel to head up its gaming and esports department and drive the development of the company’s strategy in this key growth area worldwide. Fläckel, who joins Infront on April 1 from Lagardère Sports where he co-founded the esports department, will report to Christian Müller, Infront’s Senior Vice President People, Innovation & Corporate Services.
Paraglider Horacio Llorens became part of a flock of starlings to embrace his dream of flying like a bird. The Spaniard travelled to Denmark to witness the natural phenomenon of Black Sun, created as tens of thousands of starlings gather in the sky at one time there as a biannual event. The five-time aerobatic paragliding world champion, who took up the sport in 2000, admits it was a journey into the unknown, unsure how the birds would react and hopeful they would not become entangled in his lines.
Five times, Eduard Nikolaev has stood on the top step of the podium but never before has he got airborne like this. The fearless Russian driver took his truck into the Transpolar region of Murmansk to give the Continental 14.00 R20 164/160K HC tyres a rigorous workout in a totally new format.
Steel Lafferty is well known for breaking new ground in the wakeboarding world and his new project tackling the stunning Siete Tazas (Seven Cups) rock formation in Chile is no different. Here is all you need to know.
Professional slackliner Alex Mason defied the laws of gravity to perform a captivating tightrope walk off the coast of Beirut. Here is all you need to know:
Pagès is a multiple Red Bull X-Fighters champion as well as an X Games gold medallist and he brought his full repertoire to a secret location for his latest project. Just 20cm apart from man and flying machine, Pagès unleashed his usual array of flicks, tricks and turns on a man-made course, with compatriot Panaiva’s custom-built drone completely in tandem.
Japan’s Levanga Hokkaido Basketball Club Picks Ross XPression for Innovative Facial Recognition Technology
Japan might not be the first nation that springs to mind when someone mentions basketball, but the country has a long tradition of playing the sport and was a founding member of the International Basketball Federation’s (FIBA) Asia chapter in 1936. Japan actually has one of the most successful men’s basketball teams in Asia; it has won the Asian Basketball Championships twice, has qualified for the Olympic Games six times and for the FIBA World Cup four times. Domestically, there is a thriving league scene, and one of the leading competitors is Levanga Hokkaido, based in Sapporo – Japan’s fifth largest city.
Customer profile Boasting an extensive portfolio of world-class sporting events, FOX Sports is one of the leading broadcast networks in the US. The Los Angeles-headquartered network is home for MLB, NASCAR, USGA and NFL coverage as well as one of the three main broadcast television rightsholders of the nations’ highest-rated annual TV spectacle, the NFL Super Bowl. On February 2, 2020, the 54th edition of the NFL World Championship - known as Super Bowl LIV - marked FOX Sports’ ninth broadcast of the big game, which was delivered to an audience of millions, live from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Held at Stockholm’s Metronome Studios, live coverage of the three day event was handled by esports specialists Black Molly Entertainment. “We cover a huge variety of tournaments and competitions, online and offline, but when you have all of the players together under one roof, it gives you the opportunity to create a more elaborate show, with pre and post content, as well as the gameplay itself,” begins David Thåst, EIC at Black Molly Entertainment. “So we can have a lot of fun bringing additional elements into play, whether that’s showclocks or lighting and theatrical touches. That all said, those additions can also make these productions more demanding.”
Shanghai Media Tech runs the full gamut of production activities: pre-production, broadcast, post-production, network operation and maintenance, application development of new media and more. To match its breadth and depth of services, the China-based media company chose Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to provide a fully comprehensive, total 4K/IP solution for its OB van and EFP systems. Shanghai Media Tech's mobile production units are equipped for any live program or sports event as Asia's largest all IP, 4K UHD OB vans.