Teleprompters used to be a special item in a production budget, an extra daily cost for any shoot that often required a dedicated owner/operator on the set. Today, with the emergence of tiny video cameras and smartphones, teleprompters have dramatically fallen in price and usability.
Digital Alert Systems (DAS) and DigIt Signage Technologies have joined forces to interface the ChyTV HD-EAS system with television, public information and digital signage displays. The solution works with the DAS series of approved EAS/CAP flexible emergency communications devices.
The UK company aQ Broadcast Limited has released a mobile version of its QScript prompting software called QScript.app that provides script and rundown information to on-air presenters on hand-held devices.
On Oct. 4th, Pittsburgh, Penn.-based NEP Group, a provider of outsourced production services, recently held a ribbon cutting on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh to open a new production facility called Pitt Studios that will support the production of the school’s college athletics telecasts.
Padcaster’s Parrot teleprompter turns a standard smartphone into a compact prompting system for nearly any DSLR, video camera, smartphone or iPad. Parrot allows the talent to speak naturally while looking into the lens and interacting directly with the audience.
CueScript will unveil its new management console while also showcasing other solutions for the first time in Europe at IBC 2018. The console provides an innovative way to manage prompting resources across multiple facilities.
Autoscript has announced that it will be focusing on Intelligent Prompting at the 2018 NAB Show. Autocue will also be showcasing its complete range of broadcast teleprompters, ranging from iPad solutions to the company’s Master Series of both 17-inch and 20-inch teleprompters.