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TVT Media is a leading independent digital media lab, providing and delivering content and services for the world’s principal broadcasters. With operations around the world, the company’s media management and software platform, ContentSelect, underpins the wide range of services they provide to their customers.
As IP continues to become a major part of broadcast infrastructures, replacing or working alongside older technologies such as SDI and MADI, engineers and production crews are finding new and different applications for the technology. Among them is China broadcaster CCTV (China Central Television). The network recently installed an IP-based location production system along with a 4K studio complete with 5.1 audio.
Software-Defined Embrionix emSFP Gateways are selected by CBC for efficient SDI-to-IP conversion and because they have the ability to be repurposed for future needs.
TV Azteca continues to grow in terms of the number of programming hours they produce, as well as by expanding to create content for OTT and other digital platforms. With plans to make a gradual transition to IP distribution, cloud-based operations and 4K UHD, the company was looking to replace aging playout and master control infrastructure with flexible technology that would enable them to efficiently run their current business and easily evolve to meet future requirements.
If you can see how a magic act is performed, POOF! the magic disappears. Live TV is a magic act because so much of the on-screen magic happens behind the curtain. When a random device malfunctions or fails during a live show, if the talent doesn’t blab the secret on-air, viewers probably won’t notice. As many great engineers and directors have said in so many ways, “They won’t know unless you tell ‘em.”
TV 2 DANMARK is the most popular commercial television network in Denmark and provides national channels including news and sports programming as well as multiple thematic channels. Faced with the need to move to a new technical facility, management decided that it was also time to update the automation system.
Stirlitz Media’s media logging software as been installed for use across the broadcaster’s three HD channels: BBC One Scotland, BBC Two Scotland and Gaelic-language service BBC ALBA.
Production company UFA broadcast the final of German reality talent show “DSDS - Deutschland sucht den Superstar” simultaneously in UHD and HD over the RTL network. The simulcast used Studio Berlin’s new 16-camera 4K/UHD mobile production unit, OB9, built by Broadcast Solutions.