Calrec Audio will feature their RP1 remote production unit at the 2018 IBC show. The new modular, expandable, IP-based radio system makes use of standard networking technology and combines it with configurable soft panel. A single 2RU core can power up to three independent mixing environments, with no sharing of DSP
OSB TV Ireland added two new Calrec audio consoles to its full complement of mixing boards installed across its five main OB vans. The most recent purchase includes the Artemis Light, for its Emerald OB Van and an Artemis Beam console for its HD1 mobile production unit.
Multicasting is an incredibly powerful tool used in broadcast infrastructures to efficiently distribute streams of audio, video, and metadata. In this article, we look at the advantages of multicasting, how it works, and the alternatives that overcome some of its operational limitations.
Epah Estúdios, a live broadcast audio mixing production company in São Paulo, Brazil, has hit the road with a new production truck that features a Solid State Logic (SSL) System T broadcast audio production console with Dante audio-over-IP networking and I/O capability.
NEP UK has announced it is offering clients two new OB vans that are fully compliant with the SMPTE ST2110 standard. The new mobile production vehicles, named Ceres and Venus, are designed for major events, sports fixtures and other large-scale productions. Venus recently completed its first job and both trucks
HARMAN Professional Solutions has announced a new series of its Studer Vista 5 console family that leverages some of the same features of its popular Studer Vista 5 M3 mixing console in a lower cost model. The new Vista 5 Black Edition includes Studer’s Infinity Core processor with full processing redundancy.
The 2018 NAB Show marked the debut of Digital Alert Systems’ HALO, a highly specialized management system capable of overseeing all encoders/decoders and facilitating command of all connected EAS devices in an enterprise.
The adoption of most technologies usually happens incrementally for both manufacturers and users. Audio over IP (AoIP) is a leading example of this. While some companies have been applying the technology for over ten years for a range of applications, others are only starting to move beyond third party integration.