The NBA’s Sacramento Kings recently finished their second season at their new home, The Golden 1 Center, which reportedly cost half a billion dollars and features the latest in technology for the enjoyment of fans in attendance. The new technology—much of it supplied by Grass Valley—includes hundreds of
NYC production company, hsc.tv has used the Panasonic VariCam 35 4K cinema and two VariCam HS high-speed 2/3” cameras for over two years on diverse, award-winning projects ranging from network sports to documentary features to television promos and commercials. Most recently, the production company added a VariCam LT 4K cinema camcorder
Community broadcaster Fitchburg Access Television (FATV), based in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, switches to Hitachi Kokusai HD cameras, overcoming operational challenges, elevating production quality and enhancing educational partnerships.
DP Mark Schwartzbard chose Panasonic VariCam 35s to shoot Netflix romantic comedy series “Master of None” and “Love”. Schwartzbard worked as a camera assistant and operator in New York on movies like Borat, Bruno, and Religulous – all while shooting indie features. He got involved with Master of None through producer
Each year the National Student Television Association stages Freshers TV — a three-hour live show featuring livestreams and prerecorded content from student television channels across the UK. The latest show, held at the end of 2016, was hosted by Cardiff’s CUTV and used a Blackmagic Design workflow.
As one of the largest churches in the United States, Willow Creek Community Church places a very high value on the power of video to connect with its congregation within the church and beyond its campuses. When the church upgraded its production equipment to HD at its main site in
For the past year, videographer/editor Jeffrey Kaufer has been shooting with Panasonic’s AG-DVX200 4K large-sensor handheld on a variety of corporate projects for large companies including United Way, Boston Scientific and Xcel Energy.
Kaufer is based in the Minnesota Twin Cities area. With a lengthy career in broadcast
Every Monday at 6 a.m., criminal court judge Craig Mitchell leads a running group on a six mile run through the streets of downtown Los Angeles from Skid Row to Chinatown, and back. Together, he and the residents of Skid Row’s Midnight Mission Shelter make up an unorthodox running