Company says format flexibility is key to delivering better viewing experiences. Yet, live production is one of the most demanding (yet profitable) broadcast segments. The solution is a flexible workflow, producing multiple formats-in real time.
Tim Thorsteinson has now fully settled in as CEO of Snell Advanced Media (SAM). The Broadcast Bridge visited the SAM HQ in Newbury, UK, at the old Quantel site just prior to IBC to hear how the combined companies were moving forward.
While international broadcasters covering this years Summer Olympic Games in Rio mostly worked in HD, 1920x1080, NBC used a fair bit of Ultra-HD equipment to cover specific events, such as the opening and closing ceremonies. The 4X HD resolution provided visual excitement to the events, even in slow motion.
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.
Sony debuted their newest camera system at the NAB Show 2016. High frame rate capture for slow-motion replays is essential to premiere sports coverage The HDC-4800 meets the needs of sports producers for a 4K camera with this capability. Combining UHD resolution with enhanced high frame rate capabilities — 8x at 4K,
Continuing an upgrade of its production facility that is used by major networks for live coverage, Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky has purchased routing and other equipment from Grass Valley. The track is installing the new equipment in order to improve its replay capabilities and enable future growth for
The Dubai World Cup, the horse race with the richest prize money in the sport, takes place on 26 March, broadcast live to 100 countries including the UK, Republic of Ireland, Australia, France, Russia and Japan, plus North America and the Caribbean. TV coverage is being coordinated by rights management company Racecourse
At the NAB 2016 Show, I-MOVIX will show its new ultra-slow motion camera system, INFINITE. The system combines scalability with trigger-less operation while providing continuous on-board loop recording of more than one hour of high frame rate in HD and frame-accurate speed ramping without compensation and interpolation.