Cologne-based German public broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) has upgraded its Philharmonie Production Complex facilities to include new audio production and networking technology from Lawo.
Last Fall, “Orbital Redux” broke new ground for streaming entertainment as a live, scripted multi-episode sci-fi drama in which the audience determined the outcome of the action.
With the advent of IP, unplugging cables to troubleshoot a malfunctioning installation no longer works. Disconnecting an RJ45 or optical cable will tell you almost nothing about which device is malfunctioning, and might even kill the entire network. This calls for a new type of troubleshooting solution.
With each new program or channel launch, broadcasters are experimenting with the latest technologies that disrupt the traditional models of distribution and improve upon the sharing of content between stations. They have to in order to produce high-quality and captivating multimedia content with ever-shrinking resources amidst today’s highly competitive TV landscape.
Need to move video over IP? Learn from the experts so you don’t make a beginner’s mistake.
While the emerging concepts of remote processing and storage and “At-Home” production might be new to some, the team at Pac-12 Networks, the sports media production arm of the collegiate Pac-12 Conference, has been doing it—and refining their IT-centric workflows—for years. When you are tasked with supplying content across multiple platforms generated from 100 venues across 12 campuses, it’s just not humanly possible to deploy and manage all of the resources required.
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Embrionix Design Inc Embrionix provides compact, high-density IP gateways, signal processors, converters and multiviewers
Grass Valley Grass Valley is a leader in content and media technology with market leading solutions, the industry