EVS has announced that its live production servers have successfully passed the Joint Task Force on Networked Media’s JT-NM SMPTE ST 2110 tests, thus ensuring the company’s stated goals of seamless IP interoperability with third-party equipment that also supports the AIMS Alliance roadmap.
Sweden’s national public broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT) partnered with Net Insight, Grass Valley and EVS to undertake remote IP production for the broadcast of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Sweden earlier this year. Here’s how it was done.
Hyderabad-based Ramoji Group selects Aveco for fully automated newsroom to drive 24 channels for ETV Bharat App.
NAB ramp up. A period where articles about new cameras arriving in the next year appear almost daily. I’m sure many shooters as they skim or read these stories can’t help but consider whether the time has come to upgrade their cameras.
After more than a year’s worth of engineering, designing and struggling to find “not-yet-built” IP equipment, Mobile TV Group, a television production company based in Englewood, Colo., is now supporting its clients with a fully outfitted production truck whose infrastructure sends and receives audio and video as data packets, not SDI signals. The forward-looking truck was on display at this year’s NAB Show and it was a mobile production showplace to be seen.
Kanal 2, Estonia’s largest private television network, has installed a new Dyvi switcher from EVS, allowing it to produce high-quality programming, pre-record content and also drive the material shown on four large video walls in its main studio in Tallinn. The new EVS production switcher—a single processing module with 32 inputs and 16 outputs—is used daily for a variety of studio productions including news bulletins, weather forecasts, talk shows, magazine programs and sports broadcasts.
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