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New tools to collect and deliver exceptional performance insights from production, contribution and distribution networks are now available for TV broadcasters and cable headends.
The BBC Scotland opened its broadcast center at Pacific Quay in Glasgow in 2007 as an SDI HD facility with traditional satellite-based contribution downlink capability. Over the last 10 years, however, they have gradually moved to IP contribution and the benefits have been significant.
PRISM media monitoring and analysis technology from Tektronix Video provides a full-IP solution for the transport of audio, video, and metadata streams within IP-based, real-time video content production.
When the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest found that their Tel Aviv venue did not have ISDN lines to stream the reporters’ commentaries, an ingenious software called LUCI let their voices be heard.
In 2017, when Portuguese media group Impresa decided to relocate its SIC (Sociedade Independente de Comunicação) TV network facilities about 10 kilometers away to one of its existing buildings in Lisbon, they knew they had a chance to create something special. In the span of four months, with the help of Sony Systems Integration and Telefónica, they implemented a ST2110 video-over-IP-based production infrastructure, with a small amount of SDI technology, which now supports nine channels and provides complete system configuration flexibility at the click of a mouse.
Esports Stadium Arlington in Texas is home to the largest dedicated esports facility in North America, hosting a variety of esports events and productions each year. Recent events held at the facility include the 2018 Collegiate Rocket League National Championship and the Guns of Boom Pro Series – Season 2.
Flemish media company DPG Media is going all in on ST2110-based IP production with Lawo, upgrading facilities in Vilvoorde, Belgium and constructing a new building in Antwerp to support its wide array of programming. Antwerp is the site of its nationwide news operations.
Game Creek Video has been at the forefront of flexible live sports production infrastructures with its deployment of IP-based mobile production trucks, recently unveiling two new units that have already hit the road.