Seeking shelter from the extreme cold temperatures in New York City on New Year’s Eve, many stayed home and watched the annual ball drop from Times Square on their computers, tablets and cell phones. For the third year in a row the official live stream was produced by New York-based production company Live X, using three wireless camera transmitters from Teradek that roamed the square to capture the festivities as they happened.
SmallHD and Teradek have combined their talents on the SmallHD 703 Bolt Wireless Director’s Monitor, a device which allows videographers to wander a sound stage or location untethered while viewing an HD monitor with a stereo audio headphone output.
At most trade shows these days, you typically find a motley crew of videographers—some independent, others affiliated with some type of media organization—running around the show floor conducting impromptu interviews.
Dejero has announced that its broadcast-quality video transport technology was used to support coverage of the White Spot Delta road race in British Columbia, Canada. Hundreds of cyclists travel from across the globe to participate in the event.
Live broadcast specialist BSI has completed a series of live tests with the 4K version of their wireless camera system. The company aims to be the first to use a low delay UHD wireless camera system live on air at a broadcast event.
Broadcast connectivity technology pioneer receives a CAD$32 million injection from Kayne Partners and satellite leader Intelsat to advance product development, global growth and entry into new markets.
Teradek Teradek, a Vitec Group brand, manufactures groundbreaking wireless video devices for remote video ca