For their ENG helicopter, Florida TV news station WJXT-TV is using a new B512 Broadcast Series system from Gyro-Stabilized Systems (GSS), equipped with the Ikegami HDL-F3000 high sensitivity compact two-piece separate optics camera. The ‘copter mounted camera can be remote controlled from the studio, helping to reduce costs.
The IBC Conference and Exhibition is the perfect venue to explore international exhibits filled with displays and live demonstrations for production, distribution and broadcast technology. Here are highlights from some companies exhibiting cellular and wireless technology at IBC 2017.
The Hospital Club in London has upgraded its television studio and control room to accommodate new 3G HD-SDI technologies, with capability for later 4k implement. The installation, which involved Grass Valley and Sony equipment, was carried out by UK systems integrator dB Broadcast.
Broadcasters are moving to the cloud, but the change requires careful planning. Consultant Tony Orme provides a tutorial on important factors to consider when moving to cloud operations. The first critical question to ask is Private or Public? This article will help you decide if either, or both, make sense
As college media departments face the difficult and costly task of covering their sports teams’ practices and games with minimal resources, they are increasingly installing remotely controlled camera systems operated by a single staff member or small production team.
KOAA, the NBC affiliate for Colorado Springs-Pueblo, Colo., is using three JVC ProHD Portable Bridge wireless cellular uplinks to produce live ENG shots from across its viewing area. The bonded cellular technology offers an alternative to microwave and satellite backhaul.
Here in the Athletics department at the University of Maine, the UMaine Black Bears compete in the America East Conference of NCAA Division I for all sports except hockey and football, which compete in the Hockey East conference and Colonial Athletic Association, respectively.
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