SCISYS, which markets the dira! news production manager, has a new Upload System for cross-media productions. It has been designed to quickly transfer multimedia content from a PC or a smartphone directly into a stations’ production and playout systems.
Vislink has applied its wireless technology to GoPro to enable broadcast quality live HD transmission for the first time.
The two companies have been working together on a transmitter that is small enough to be worn or mounted in unique areas to provide all new perspectives for people watching their
Vislink is providing additional on-board cameras for extended coverage of the Formula E championship. The first sight of its coverage will be from the Malaysia race this Sunday 22 November.
The on-boards are fitted into the nose cone and rear rain light of each car. These mounting locations are exclusive to t
A live holographic video image of a performing musician has been projected into a series of staged concerts produced by students at Nashville’s Contemporary Music Center. It is thought to be the first interactive use of a live performing artist’s hologram in a series of public performances.
Broadcasting and telecoms have had a long relationship, one that in recent years has become closer and more symbiotic. But there is one area where the two clash head on: radio spectrum. This is a vital resource for not just television and radio transmission but also the production of entertainment
Wireless streaming is not just for ENG. Producers of high-shoot ratio and unscripted reality shows and ob-docs are also experimenting. Indie production company Maverick TV, part of All3Media (owned by Discovery and Liberty Global) has done just this for 4x 60 minute ob-doc Born Naughty? commissioned by UK broadcaster Channel 4 a
The IP wave has broken on the shores of wireless connectivity as several pro-camcorder manufacturers announce cloud-integration capability removing the need for traditional video uplink. This workflow particularly benefits ENG and electronic field production for store and forward media transfer or streaming live to air from sports or news events
The trend began in 2008 — 10 years ago — when Nikon introduced the first DSLR camera that combined video capability with still photography. Since then the powerful combo has accelerated, now with news organizations reorganizing their staffs to employ “visual journalists” that do both.
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
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.
South Africa based Homebrew Films has completed an upgrade of their facility to UHD/4K that relies on broadcast infrastructure products from Blackmagic Design, including the Ursa Broadcast and Atem 4 M/E Broadcast Studio 4K.
Based at Atlantic Studios in Cape Town, Homebrew Films delivers a huge variety of programming,
Audi chose Sony’s CineAlta Full-Frame system camera Venice to shoot the commercial of its first all-electric car model, the new e-tron. The commercial was produced by Kropac Media and shot in a quiet and natural environment to highlight the car’s practically silent engine.
Sony’s Venice, equipped with a ful