The new exhibit area at NAB, held April 11-16, located in the South Upper Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, will feature dozens of aerial robotics companies, a flying cage, demonstration area with seating, and daily sessions.
Upgrading to a Fairlight EVO console has ensured that Sky Vision’s London-based Sound Studios are now entirely compatible with BskyB’s main UK broadcasting facilities.
Creative Technology (CT) is providing the wide range of visual solutions seen in BBC show Strictly Come Dancing.
Calibre provides image scaling and processing technologies for broadcast/television, digital cinema, large venue projection, LED videowalls and surgical medical applications. It manufactures products under its own brand names as well as providing products and technology to several market leaders in the pro-AV market worldwide.
Two of the broadcast industry’s most renowned systems integrators and equipment manufacturers, TSL and IPE, have announced they propose to merge.
The flexibility of a Roland M-200i live digital mixing console configured with the Roland S-1608 Digital Snake proved to be the perfect solution for Recks Audio for an unusual, one off outside broadcast from a lighthouse.
An Eyeheight DK-2 multi-rate linear downstream keyer delivered the excitement of the 2014 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships to television viewers around the world.
GloboSat’s new TV OB truck is producing live broadcasts from World Cup matches played in the Maracana stadium, in Rio de Janeiro.
The company will also show part of its latest line of camera support equipment such as our TDT Crane, Universal Dolly and the Pro Traveller crane (for DSLR and HDV cameras).
German broadcaster, Hessischer Rundfunk, selects Avid solutions to to power its post-production workflow, accelerate content production and increase collaboration.
BBC Research & Development is using NEC’s new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) solution and transmitters in the closed trials at its demo centre to demonstrate UHD transmissions over the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform, owned and operated by Arqiva.
The closed trials will cover all of the three World Cup matches being produced in UHD by FIFA TV from the Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro – one from the last 16, a quarter-final and the final – marking the first time live UHD coverage will have been delivered simultaneously over Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and Internet Protocol (IP) technologies ‘to the home’.
AIT Partnership Group Ltd provided consulting services and the Matrix KVM Switch solution used in the new BT Sport broadcast centre in East London.
Eyeheight compliance legalisers will be used for broadcast television coverage of the 2014 world football championship which is being held in Brazil.
A 4K user upgradable 4K digital film camera will receive its UK premiere at a University of Salford conference about the latest 4K Ultra HD TV technology.
An installation of Calibre UK’s FoveaHD motion estimated and motion compensated standards converter will be used for frame rate conversion of live World Cup matches in Brazil this summer, to viewers in countries with 50Hz television standards.
Vislink, provider of broadcast communications technologies, has announced its Gigawave on-board camera and live video transmission systems will be used at the new fully-electric FIA Formula E Championship to capture real-time close-up action from the race track.
NewTek has completed work with YouTube to ensure the compatibility of TriCaster and 3Play as tools for sports enterprises of any size to live stream a wide range of competitive events over YouTube’s live sports streaming service.
Ovation has been gaining popularity in the broadcast community in North America for the last two years. An early adopter was NBCSN at its Sports Centre in Stanford, Connecticut.
Jesus House – a diverse multi-national ‘mega church’ situated opposite the Brent Cross Shopping Complex in North London – has been using a NewTek TriCaster 460 system.