Korean Broadcast System (KBS), South Korea’s public broadcaster, has upgraded TV production facilities at its headquarters in Seoul with IP technology from Lawo as part of an extensive renovation project.
TSL remains committed to transforming its product offerings to support its customers as they not only transition back to work but also towards IP workflows. TSL presents updates to its audio monitoring offerings as part of its digital IBC Connected initiatives, including its SAM-Q platform, MPA1 and PAM-IP lines. The
Brazilian broadcaster Rádio Itatiaia, with a network of 52 affiliate stations in the state of Minas Gerais, has installed a new Lawo routing system to switch, process and distribute programming from its headquarters in Belo Horizonte.
The first S12T Streamline OB van for the African continent has been successfully delivered to Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA). Built and outfitted by Broadcast Solutions in Germany in a mere three months, the Streamline S12T is a truck/box body combination with one extension for up to 14 workplaces.
Lawo has just released new software with additional options, functionality and security features for its line of radio mixing consoles, RAVENNA / AES67 mixing engines, and VisTool GUI Builder software.
With the emergence of the cloud into the media production and delivery space, the broadcast and media industry must embrace an entirely new approach to acquiring and deploying technology. Large capital expenditures (CapEx) are increasingly being replaced by operating expense (OpEx) budgets that are more flexible and aligned with the