After watching ChyronHego invigorate the Winter Olympics with their on-air graphics systems, NAB 2018 attendees can view that technology plus the company’s latest 4K and HDR solutions.
Pebble Beach Systems will spotlight its latest versions of virtualized IP channel solution, automation, channel-in-a-box server, as well as web-based remote management and a content management workflow engine at NAB 2018.
DM Digital creates programs in English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Punjabi, Sindhi and Urdu. Broadcasting with PlayBox Neo via satellite, it is available to viewers as a free-to-air channel in more than 180 countries including over 30 million households in Asia, EMEA and the USA.
wTVision is using Blackmagic Design’s DeckLink family of capture and playback devices to create high-quality, software-based broadcast and sports graphics’ solutions.
As broadcasters continue to wrestle with developing new types of signal distribution infrastructures, so too are major equipment vendors trying to figure out how to re-ignite their businesses and help their customers move forward. Over just a few weeks, three major vendors (Grass Valley, ChyronHego, and Imagine Communications) have replaced their top executives in an effort to improve sales and develop strategies for the next generation of technology solutions.
The Gores Group, a Los Angeles based, global private equity firm that has owned Imagine Communications (the former Harris Broadcast) for four years, wants its asset to grow. With a customer base concerned about the next transition—IP, 4K, 1080p HDR—Gores thinks the right strategy going forward is to develop size through M&A as well as global expansion and be “empathetic” to customers’ migration pains