Understanding how to make different vendors software operate coherently is critical to achieving the smooth operation of real-time broadcast facilities, especially with the new emergence of IP infrastructures. Discover who is achieving this and how.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.