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The Artemis is available in four sizes and includes Bluefin2 and Hydra2 networking technologies.

Hong Kong’s TVB Upgrades Studio Audio with Calrec Artemis Consoles May 29th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Hong Kong broadcaster TVB has upgraded its facility with three Artemis digital audio consoles from Calrec, each one supporting a different production studio. The three new Artemis consoles are replacing legacy Calrec Alpha desks that have been in service at TVB for close to a decade.

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Lawo V_Matrix for broadcast video core infrastructure.

Lawo and Cisco Collaborate On IP Routing For Broadcast TV May 29th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Lawo and Cisco announced they will collaborate in the development and marketing of IP-based video and audio systems for broadcast television.

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Harman DIOS

Studer Introduces DIOS—I/O Routing Automation Software for Broadcasters May 26th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Studer by Harman introduces DIOS, a I/O routing automation software package helping to manage and simplify complex routing matrices within broadcast workflows.

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2017 NAB Show Review May 26th 2017 - 09:00 AM

Two major developments that stood out for me this year - the acceptance that IP won’t solve all problems, and that Imagine Communications is making source code available to their clients.

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Understanding IP Networks - Why Do We Need Interoperability? May 24th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Point to point connections with well-designed standards have given broadcaster engineers piece of mind for many years, knowing when they connect one AES-3 audio output to an AES-3 audio input, the two will connect seamlessly and audio will pass without incident. The same can be said of MADI and analogue twisted pair. Signal routing is easy to follow using numbered cabling and system diagrams.

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Multiple vendors support the AES67 standard, which benefits everyone.

AES67 Offers Unique Benefits for Remotes: Telos Alliance Explains May 23rd 2017 - 01:50 PM

The AES67 audio standard provides unique benefits for audio networking to accommodate remote broadcasts and multi-channel immersive audio recording. Greg Shay, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at The Telos Alliance, explains how audio engineers can benefit by using the technology to gain flexibility and make the most out of the resources at hand. He says he’s most excited about future potentials for remote performance and remote production, over an IP infrastructure, without any compromise of quality.

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