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ChyronHego Brings PRIME 2.5 to NAB 2017 March 22nd 2017 - 04:00 PM

ChyronHego’s PRIME 2.5 rendering engine now has a touchscreen interface.

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Special Edition: Super Bowl LI—Technology Insight: Trucks, Technology and Production: Part 1 March 7th 2017 - 04:00 PM

Every year the NFL Super Bowl creates a level of excitement uncommon for most sporting events and this year’s event was no exception. The broadcast provided viewers with a dazzling Lady Gaga half-time show and the stunning and record-breaking, come from behind 34 – 28 win by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

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Sixty Builds Virtual Sets for Norway’s TV2 March 6th 2017 - 03:00 PM

Norwegian design firm SIXTY conceived all new virtual sets for TV2’s most popular shows using graphics from Vizrt.

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JVC Professional Video is supplying a complete package for single-camera sports production.

JVC Offers All-inclusive Single-camera Sports Production Package February 20th 2017 - 03:00 PM

JVC Professional Video is offering an all-inclusive system combining the GY-HM200SP sports production camcorder and Sportzcast Scorebot4100 scoreboard interface unit. Designed for single-camera coverage of local sports, the new GYHM200SCOREBOT sports production system provides a complete streaming and recording solution that includes a real-time graphics overlay with automatic scorekeeping.

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Pixel Power at CABSAT February 20th 2017 - 01:00 PM

Pixel Power will shine at CABSAT 2017 with three key demonstrations of automated content creation (Factory), virtualized content playout (StreamMaster) and software-only content enhancement (Gallium)

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Vizrt graphics allow the Washington Post Video staff to streamline its internal workflow processes and increase productivity.

Vizrt Technology Streamlines Production of The Washington Post’s Online Video February 17th 2017 - 01:00 PM

Like most major newspapers in the U.S., the venerable Washington Post maintains a popular website that includes live and pre-recorded video clips to support its online news stories and regularly scheduled newscast shows. These short video clips, about 60 are produced each day—have been shown to increase reader retention and boost traffic on the Washingtonpost.com site.

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