IP has already made a big impact on the way news and other live events are broadcast. Now two leading technology developers in these fields have teamed up to produce newsroom IP workflows. Under a new agreement NewTek is combining its range of live production devices with Vizrt’s VizMosart
Over the last 15 years broadcast journalists have assumed a more technical role, including ingesting and editing material, with newsroom automation systems giving them more control over different functions from their desk. During IBC 2016 Vizrt will demonstrate a new system that extends this, giving reporters the ability to run an entire
OCTOPUS Newsroom, a developer of television broadcast newsroom automation systems, will spotlight the latest version of its Octopus version 8, which now offers tools for graphics, teleprompting, traffic management and delivery for broadcast television, radio and the web.
The EVS exhibit stand (8.B90) at the IBC2016 conference in Amsterdam will spotlight new types of practical and cost-effective IP-enabled live media flows that connect live sports venues, broadcast center control rooms and consumers. The company said that by tightly connecting the live environment, EVS’ technology enables better storytelling and
MAM solutions provider Masstech has partnered with LiveU to offer a path between remote contribution and subsequent television newsroom non-linear workflows. The integration is claimed to “dramatically” reduce the time and effort required to move live electronic newsgathering content into production workflows and make it available to journalists.
Today’s programming isn’t simply being delivered in a single broadcast - audiences are now everywhere, all the time, watching whatever they want. At IBC, EVS will introduce C-Cast Syndication which is intended to allow broadcasters and media rights holders to expand their audiences and revenue.
New Tang Dynasty Television (NTD TV), a 24/7 Chinese language news broadcaster based in New York City, has chosen an Octopus newsroom computer system to streamline the process of creating and delivering news for its linear television and online production teams.
Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI) has purchased five Panasonic AK-HC3800 HD studio cameras for a major upgrade of its production studio, located at the organization’s headquarters in Phoenix, AZ.
The international faith-based broadcaster/content provider airs five shows per week through affiliates in North America, Europe, the Middle East