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EVS is bringing their latest IP connectivity and GPU processing to CABSAT 2017.

EVS at CABSAT 2017 March 22nd 2017 - 01:00 PM

EVS will have a new 4K production server, IP-based switcher, multi-angle replay system, and Connected Live remote browsing capabilities at CABSAT 2017.

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FOR-A HVS-100 Express production switcher.

​FOR-A Debuts Software Controlled Switcher March 22nd 2017 - 09:00 AM

FOR-A introduce the HVS-100 Express, presented as a low-cost switcher with browser controls instead of a hard panel.

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Facebook Live provide broadcasters with a practical and immediate way to share press conferences and late-breaking news events.

Broadcast Pix Now Supports Facebook Live for Integrated Production Switchers March 17th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Broadcast Pix, a provider of integrated production switchers, has announced native support for the Facebook Live app in the form of a free upgrade for its customers’ existing systems currently under warranty. The software upgrade will be available soon.

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HVS-490 switcher.

FOR-A Introduce Low-Cost Switcher March 17th 2017 - 11:00 AM

FOR-A will introduce the compact HVS-490 HD/4K-UHD multiple effects production switcher.

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Snell Advanced Media has always been known for highly dynamic images.

SAM Goes HDR from Live to Post March 13th 2017 - 01:00 PM

Snell Advanced Media is adding High Dynamic Range (HDR) capability to all its live and post production equipment. Rio edit systems even get Dolby Vision certification!

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Newscasts for News 12’s channels will be produced by  one operator with a Grass Valley automated production system.

Newsroom Automation is Key to News 12 Success March 13th 2017 - 12:05 PM

Serving the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, the Hyper-local news network News 12 has upgraded its entire news content production workflow across its seven channels—as well as its websites and mobile applications—to a software-based, fully automated production platform from Grass Valley. The Ignite software allows a single operator to run an entire newscast and make changes to individual stories quickly and efficiently, which in turn enables news content to get to air faster.

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