UK mobile production company, Arena Television adds to fleet with three UHD trucks based on an IP core. Proving that IP is here, the trucks feature some innovative engineering that provides a way forward from SDI. Retaining the familiar operation of current trucks, the new vehicles demonstrate the advantages of
Nashville’s 2016 Small Business of the Year winner deploys its two flagship video production trucks for a Red Carpet special, backstage interviews, and other A/V work for DirecTV, ABC Digital and the Country Music Association.
When a premiere TV broadcaster in Bangalore, India wanted to launch a new local channel, they sought the expertise of Bexel’s ESS (Engineered Systems and Solutions). For Bexel ESS, such a long-distance project was not an unusual request.
Mobile Production company FlipTV, based in Washington DC has purchased six Hitachi SK-HD1300 2/3in cameras for 30ft ‘Captain” truck. The SK-HD1300 gives FlipTV Mobile the format flexibility to shoot in 1080p, 1080i or 720p as determined by its clients’ needs for any particular production. The truck is used to broadcast
Looking to distinguish themselves and attract the brightest students aspiring to become broadcast television engineers and other technical positions, media training universities around the world are increasingly offering advanced broadcasting solutions in order to help their students get a job.
IP networks have been at the heart of many broadcast operations for two decades and more. Editing uses commodity workstations and IP networks, as do playout operations. But live production has, until recently, been the preserve of SDI.
The advances in IT, driven by the data centers that power the
The Desert Trip music event called on NEP for video acquisition and display duties. The back-to-back weekend concerts held October 7, 8, 9 and 14, 15, 16 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA, featuring classic rock music royalty. Promoted as “the concert of the century attendees travelling far and wide for a chance to
German-based system integrator Broadcast Solutions has delivered a new compact OB Van, as well as a supporting van (to accommodate tripods, cameras, cable drums, etc.), to mobile network company O2 Czech Republic. The vans will be used to televise the live matches of the Czech premier football league.