In part-1 of this three-part series we discussed the benefits of Remote Production and some of the advantages it provides over traditional outside broadcasts. In this part, we look at the core infrastructure and uncover the technology behind this revolution.
Since its adoption for NTSC, essentially every subsequent electronic distribution means for color images has relied on color differences, making it a topic of some importance.
Recent international events have overtaken normality causing us to take an even closer look at how we make television. Physical isolation is greatly accelerating our interest in Remote Production, REMI and At-Home working, and this is more important now than it ever has been.
As part of a new multi-year agreement, CBC/Radio-Canada (CBC) has selected Dejero as its primary field contribution solutions provider to support its HD ENG activities. As part of this agreement, Dejero will help with CBC’s transition to IP workflows. Canada’s national public broadcaster has used Dejero’s wireless transmission technology for over a decade.
What’s the difference between a video and TV? A video without an audience is still a video. TV without an audience is a disaster.
Paris La Défense Arena, a domed stadium, west of Paris itself, was looking to deploy a signal routing and communications backbone for crews and others working within its 40,000-seat arena when it chose Riedel Communications’ MediorNet real-time media network, Artist digital matrix intercom, and Bolero wireless intercom platforms.
Riedel Communications Riedel Communications designs, manufactures, and distributes pioneering real-time video, audio, data
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Media Links Media Links is a pioneer in the Media over IP transition with its IP-based content transport technol
LTN Global Communications, Inc. LTN Global Communications enables world-class content creation, monetization, and distribution throu