The Vietnam Cable Television Corporation (VTVcab) is now on air with a series of software-based production systems from Vizrt that help streamline workflows for pre-production, post-production, editing, approval and final distribution.
The Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC), the country’s newly revamped public broadcasting organization, selected a Marina automation and MAM system from Pebble Beach Systems to provide station automation, content management and redundancy control.
Sony has announced a new Media Solutions business unit that aggregates multiple existing software-centric businesses to support customers wanting to deploy next-generation media production and playout facilities to create and deliver content across multiple consumer platforms.
Looking to maximize efficiency, AMC Networks International (AMCNI) Iberia has re-organized its operations and improved its handling of media assets by installing Tedial’s latest workflow engine, the Tedial Evolution.
Considering the unarguably fast clock speed in Media & Entertainment (M&E) today, content enterprises need to be able to rapidly access, preview, share, process and publish content for on-time delivery to an ever-increasing number of platforms and devices. Yet, automation remains in pockets, and work order administration between…
Yesterday’s 2017 HPA Tech Retreat in Oxford, UK, was all about VR and 360, and on Wednesday, they moved to the thorny issue of the versioning explosion. As broadcasters seek wider audiences over different platforms, localisation has become a big issue. Making hundreds of versions of a single film is not u…
Dubai Channels Network (DCN), official media organization of Dubai, has been a long time customer of Lawo, having previously deployed numerous Lawo V__pro8 video processing units for embedding/de-embedding, frame-syncing, color correction and other tasks, while also reducing valuable weight, rack-space and power requirements.
Canadian broadcaster CHEK-TV has upgraded its newsroom with a new Octopus 8 newsroom computer system at its headquarters in Victoria, British Columbia. CHEK-TV, having recently celebrated 60 years of broadcasting, provides 24/7 news coverage of daily events.
Optical disks rely totally on the ability of the pickup to follow and focus on the data track. It is taken for granted that these mechanisms are phenomenally accurate, work at high speed despite being made at low cost and need no maintenance.