Since the company’s founding in 1993, Media Links, based in Kanagawa, Japan, has delivered carrier-class contribution media transport solutions that adhere to recognized broadcast television standards and expectations. These solutions utilize Ethernet/IP packet transport and switching and have been deployed in many of the world’s most high profile sporting and live television events.
Marshall Electronics continues to expand its range of production monitors with the introduction of a new 17.3-inch version that includes internal HDMI/HDSDI signal conversion.
Grass Valley and production services company Gearhouse Broadcast recently joined forces to supply the technology and engineering expertise required to deliver Australia’s first 4K UHD live broadcast: six hours of content from the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 for supercars—the country’s annual, premier touring car event—without commercial breaks.
Apogee has announced Jam+, an upgraded version of its USB input for users wants to connect dynamic microphones and musical instruments to a Mac or iOS device for recording.
On Oct. 4th, Pittsburgh, Penn.-based NEP Group, a provider of outsourced production services, recently held a ribbon cutting on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh to open a new production facility called Pitt Studios that will support the production of the school’s college athletics telecasts.
Timecode Systems has introduced UltraSync Blue, which transmits time-codes to recording devices over Bluetooth with sub-frame accuracy.
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Cobalt Digital Cobalt believes that a scalable and flexible approach in terminal equipment and systems offers t
MuxLab Inc A leading designer and manufacturer of equipment for the extension, distribution, management and con