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NDI|HX transported a stuttering 720p30 video stream across the internet at 744 Kbps. The wind blowing the tree was the motion component.

Field Report: Comparing Live Remote Internet Video With: NewTek Spark & NDI 5… & Teradek Cube 600 March 22nd 2022 - 09:00 AM

Philo T. Farnsworth’s reported first words upon seeing the first TV image, which happened to be transmitted wirelessly, were “There you are, electronic television!” Some 95 years later, TV broadcasters and viewers rely more on wireless electronics than ever.

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The multi-camera LiveU LU800 with Reliable Transport protocol will be highlighted in LiveU’s NAB Show exhibit.  Courtesy LiveU.

The Future Of Bonded CellularMarch 17th 2022 - 09:00 AM

As the 2022 NAB Show approaches, leading TV bonded cellular manufacturers reveal what can be seen in their exhibits and the direction bonded cellular TV news and sports transport is headed.

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Cinema’s Growing Influence On Live Sport Production March 8th 2022 - 09:00 AM

With increasing regularity, digital cinema cameras like Sony’s VENICE and RED’s KOMODO cameras are making their way onto the fields of major live sporting events and into multi-camera video coverage to create a “cinematic” look that enhances the viewing experience.

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The Modern Video ProcessorMarch 7th 2022 - 09:30 AM

The goal of any media process chain is to get the picture from origin – the output of the camera – to destination – the viewer’s screen – in as near perfect condition as possible. Whatever the content and genre, the technology’s service to the program-maker is to ensure the audience accurately sees what they created.

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The Contribution, Distribution and Unilateral master control room at the IBC.  © 2021 Olympic Broadcasting Services / Silvio Avila.

Winter Olympics Trials Virtualised OB VanFebruary 16th 2022 - 09:00 AM

The Olympic movement can always be relied on to push the broadcasting barrier. Most innovations in its history have been incremental such as the move to color or HD and latterly UHD. Its host broadcast division Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS) is arguably in the midst of the most sweeping set of changes ever in transitioning its entire production fabric to IP and cloud in order to meet the goals of sustainability, flexible production, huge content demands and new formats and immersive presentation. BroadcastBridge examines this including a virtualised OB van project being tested at the Winter Games.

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The Super Bowl LVI will be broadcast and streamed from Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium on 15 February 2022. Courtesy KTTV.

Transporting Super Bowl LVIFebruary 11th 2022 - 09:00 AM

“It’s great for all of us, the fact that we can have the two biggest events in all of sports in the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics really on top of each other. It’s a great opportunity. And as I said to the team and as you and I have talked, if we can’t get excited for that, we are probably in the wrong business, so I think it’s fantastic.” NBC Sports Chairman, Pete Bevacqua.

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NBC has plans to live stream and broadcast more than 2800 hours of exciting Winter Olympics coverage. Courtesy NBC.

Winter Olympics Infrastructure ChallengesFebruary 9th 2022 - 09:00 AM

“We’ll start off in Beijing, we’ll have that great opening week of Beijing in the Winter Games, and then smack dab in the middle of the Winter Olympics we have the Super Bowl. And I think we’ll be able to talk about the Olympics during the Super Bowl, we’ll be able to talk about the Super Bowl and the lead up to it during the Olympics.” Pete Bevacqua, NBC Sports Chairman.

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On board NEP’s ND1 production truck, which will be used to bring Super Bowl LVI into millions of living rooms around the world.

Coupled With Winter Olympics, Super Bowl LVI A “Once In A Lifetime” Event For NBC Sports CrewsFebruary 4th 2022 - 09:00 AM

With this year’s Super Bowl LVI telecast coming smack dab in the middle of the Winter Olympics, NBC Sports crews will have their hands full. Having to navigate both high profile events on the same day, NBC is calling it the “one of the greatest days in the history of television sports [production]” and a “Once In A Lifetime” event.

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