Aveco’s automation technology will be used for three terrestrial television channels (Telemetro, RPC TV and Oye TV) and four cable television channels (ECO TV, Mall TV, Cable Onda Sports and Cable Onda Sports FC).
IP has now come of age and many broadcasters are looking to transition to ST2110. The Broadcast Bridge has been championing IP education and in this unprecedented IP seminar they have brought together leading industry experts to deliver an in-depth case-study of the world’s leading ST2110 IP installation at
As broadcasters continue to successfully migrate video and audio to IP, attention soon turns to control, interoperability, and interconnectivity to improve reliability and efficiency. In this article, we investigate IP control as we move to IP infrastructures.
“More video content is viewed today than ever before, but with more devices, more choice, more platforms and a fragmented viewing market, how does a content owner use MAM and IMF to improve their business?”
Traditionally, most video content teams operated within a well-defined and narrow scope. Also, the tools, data and processes used were siloed within their organizations. But such a solution is no longer sufficient to manage today’s multichannel distribution workflows.
The City of Kissimmee, located in central Florida, operates a 24-hour government TV channel, Access Osceola, which is supported by four AW-HN130 three-chip HD PTZ cameras and two AU-EVA1 5.7K handheld cinema cameras. The city has recently added Panasonic’s new AV-HLC100 Stream Studio for a wide range of video p
Many broadcast and video production technology vendors are now offering virtualized versions of their hardware systems in an effort to give customers access to multiple types of task-specific software within a SaaS model.
Part of The Broadcast Bridge November coverage examined new solutions in PTZ cameras and deep learning, AI-centric control systems. Combined, these two articles focus on enabling autonomous sports production and assisted or automatic image capture from seemingly impossible locations.