Those seeking a studio in Austria for ultra-high-quality recording of classical music inevitably come to the name “tonzauber”, and for good reason.
To support its expanding premium sports rights portfolio and channel count, Malta’s communications services company, GO, has implemented a complete playout and media management architecture from Imagine Communications.
NEP Group, a leading media technology partner for content creators around the globe, is building on its 30-year relationship with Calrec with the acquisition of four IP ImPulse systems to further expand its AoIP and remote production capabilities.
TDF Group, a French operator and manager of telecommunications and broadcasting infrastructures, secure networks, and connectivity services, has deployed Riedel’s MediorNet MuoN technology in Paris.
This worldwide patented technology enables broadcasters operating Ecreso transmitters to reduce their energy consumption by up to 40%. This rollout, representing 800 FM transmitters by the end of 2022, is a major step towards the decarbonization of FM broadcast in Germany.
Dejero supported Quality, leading international production company and joint host broadcaster, for the XII South American Games in Asunción, Paraguay, as they made television history with the first ever all-remote multi-sport production.
Ai-Media Technologies, a global provider of technology-driven captioning, transcription and translation services, is pleased to announce it has successfully renewed its exclusive agreement with major Australian broadcaster Seven Network (Seven).
For more than 15 years, Italy’s Nut Academy has been training sound technicians, sound designers and producers of electronic music based on the ethos that “the best way to teach is to put the student in the ideal conditions to learn”.
Caton Technology has implemented the first stage of a new contribution network for Eleven Sports in Taiwan, which operates two television channels and online sports streaming in Taiwan.
Italy’s state broadcaster RAI has upgraded the music studio at its Fabrizio Frizzi television studios in Rome. The project has seen the studio add new 5.1 surround and stereo systems, based around Genelec’s ‘The Ones’ three-way coaxial Smart Active Monitors.