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TV production continues to successfully adapt to safety mandates and limitations to capture live events.

2021: Remote Tech Challenge MetDecember 31st 2021 - 09:00 AM

If 2020 was considered a disruptive one for the television production community, 2021 was a year where trial and error and the lessons learned became real-world REMI deployments to keep live sports and entertainment content on the air. Production studios too learned to adapt with fewer crew allowed inside and social distancing becoming the new normal.

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Formula 1 Racing has used Riedel Comms systems for nearly three decades to keep its crews and drivers on the same page during a race.

Formula 1 Season Supported By IP Distributed Network And Elbow GreaseDecember 17th 2021 - 09:00 AM

In the action-packed and frenetic world of motorsports operations, crew communications at the track can be as important to success as the actual performance of the car itself. Monitoring telemetry from the cars and managing and distributing hundreds of audio channels has also become vital. It’s hard work configuring the required technology infrastructures on a weekly basis during the 11-month Formula 1 (F1) racing season, but well worth it.

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The Sponsors Perspective: The Future Of Broadcasting Is HybridDecember 15th 2021 - 09:00 AM

For broadcasters to be profitable and stay ahead of the curve in this competitive market, they need to develop hybrid strategies with secure technology to accommodate remote workers without losing productivity. This was a direction the industry had been heading towards for some time, but the pandemic forced the industry’s hand at a more accelerated rate.

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Studio Berlin’s Ü10 UHD/HDR/12G-SDI live production unit offers a state-of-the-art two-piece design to address social distancing.

Studio Berlin Re-Imagines OB Van With Two Socially Distant Yet Combined EnvironmentsNovember 23rd 2021 - 09:00 AM

The pandemic has affected the system design and operations of live sports production in a myriad of ways. At first it was difficult for many to figure out but then evolved into the deployment of innovative types of distributed workflows and crews that drastically altered the physical positioning of technology and human resources.

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This year’s Olympics was available to MVPD subscribers in captivating 4K UHD HDR with embedded Dolby Atmos immersive sound.

Bringing The Olympic Games Home In An Innovative, Automated WayAugust 27th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Sitting at home watching the Olympics 400m Women’s hurdles final live on NBC’s 4K HDR channel, home audiences were captivated by the sweat and effort displayed on screen with immersive sound of the runners’ feet hitting the track. Viewers thousands of miles away could be excused for thinking they had the best seat in the Japan National Stadium. The live 4K HDR broadcast of NBC’s primetime show throughout the Games were an extrasensory experience unlike any previous Olympics telecasts.

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“Anything with a printed circuit board in it is likely looking at similar market dynamics.” Tim Shoulders, Grass Valley CEO and President.

Parts And Chip ShortagesJuly 15th 2021 - 09:00 AM

TV equipment manufacturers are doing what broadcasters do best: Creatively helping each other work through a difficult technical challenge.

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LTN Global’s Kansas City centralized production facility mentors all Cloud-based video and audio traffic for each client.

The Future Of Live Production Is Moving To The CloudJuly 1st 2021 - 09:00 AM

With mature, cloud-based services now prevalent across the industry, helping to process and distribute content faster and more accurately than ever before, the long sought-after promise of producing content in the cloud—reducing cost and physical barriers—prompted broadcasters and production companies to experiment with new ways to make it a common reality.

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TV production companies have added features like Plexiglas dividers to separate crew and ensure their safety.

Production Crews Adapt To New Safety Protocols (And Less Staff)May 27th 2021 - 09:00 AM

If there’s one thing the production community has learned during the pandemic, it’s that ensuring the safety of the crew on site or in the studio should always be first and foremost in people’s minds. The second takeaway is that sending less people on site and implementing more remote support is the new normal that the industry is, somewhat begrudgingly, coming to terms with.

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