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.
TAG, known for providing advanced IP monitoring and high-quality UHD multiviewers, treated NAB NY attendees to an even higher level of displayed sophistication. The company’s MCM-9000 supports SMPTE’s ST 2110 standard suite for managed IP networks.
With a sharp focus on IP-based operations and the impact they have on a variety of broadcast operations and workflows, broadcasters are operating in one of the most dramatic periods of technological change that the international broadcast industry has ever experienced.
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.
Matrox will be demonstrating the latest in ST 2110 technology and the benefits of COTS, Common Off-The-Shelf-based NICs at SMPTE LA.
Cobalt Digital is preparing demonstrations of new products, upgrades and favorites for its NAB NY exhibit.
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