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 4K displays throughout the venue and a giant scoreboard with equally impressive (and immersive) images.
Glass-to-glass ATSC 3.0 demonstrations in the 2017 NAB Show Hitachi exhibit will feature HD and UHD products from the Hitachi Kokusai Group and key partners.
At the 2017 NAB Show Grass Valley will reinforce its support of cost-effective yet high quality live productions with new camera and switcher solutions. The company said live events—including sports, breaking news and award shows—have withstood the test of time-shifting and are imperative to broadcasters looking to attract engaged viewers.
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 to its roster of current generation VariCam products.
Broadcasters and videographers use various strategies and elements of craft to effectively communicate our stories to viewers. First and foremost, the storytelling imperative requires a clear communication of genre.
Director of Photography John Kelleran shot season eight of the Travel Channel’s popular ‘Hotel Impossible’ show with Panasonic VariCam LT 4K cinema camcorders. Produced by Atlas Media (New York, NY), Kelleran shot a dozen Hotel Impossible hour-long episodes in locations ranging from Palm Springs, Fire Island and Capes May and Hatteras to Sandusky, OH and Albany, NY.