Macnica’s intellectual property ensures that standards-compliant, IP-based TV broadcast equipment can work seamlessly in Sony’s IP live production system.
JSC Channel One Russia, a premiere Russian-language television broadcaster with more than 250 million viewers in 190 countries, has selected ATEME’s contribution technology to support its international TV content exchange.
The HbbTV Association, a global initiative dedicated to providing an open standard for the delivery of broadcast and broadband services through connected TVs and set-top boxes, has released its test suite version 9.0 to support the latest Hybrid broadcast broadband TV (HbbTV) 2 specification. The group said the new release is an important step towards enhancing interoperability between HbbTV services and HbbTV devices.
German systems integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH is now offering the ABonAir wireless video link (IP) system at its many operations facilities in Europe, Middle East and South-East Asia. ABonAir’s wireless systems are used to transmit video content from the scene of the action to OB Vans or broadcast stations using microwave technology with a mere 7-millisecond latency.
Operating within an increasingly competitive marketplace, manufacturers of broadcast equipment have had to get creative in how they attract and interact with their customers. The goal is to get closer to the buyer and help them make the tough technology choices broadcasters and others are going to have to make as they transition to a future that looks very different from the broadcast facility of 20 years ago.
The Cologne Broadcasting Center Gmbh, a provider of video networking services owned by RTL Group, chose the Ateme Kyrion encoder and decoder for its contribution link to stream Formula 1 Championship races live throughout Germany.
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