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Boston College Adopts Broadcast Pix BPswitch For Sports July 19th 2019 - 12:05 PM

Emerson College, a private college in Boston, is using a new BPswitch GX integrated production switcher to produce live coverage of four team sports on campus. Installed in late 2018 during the winter break, the new BPswitch was used throughout last season when the men’s basketball team won its first NEWMAC championship title.

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Sony Buys Into Nevion July 3rd 2019 - 01:50 PM

Norway-based Nevion is known for its work, products and software supporting remote video production via IP for tier 1-level live events.

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The URSA Broadcast camera includes a single 2/3-inch 4K sensor that can also be used to acquire in the highest quality HD format (1080p/60).

Dual-Purpose Blackmagic URSA Broadcast Addresses Wide Market June 21st 2019 - 11:00 AM

Blackmagic Design is a company that prides itself on developing products that enable a wider variety of users to purchase them without the burden of a high price point. By keeping the cost of its broadcast studio camera low (under $10,000), they reason, more people can buy more cameras.

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Hanabi HVS-490

Hawaiian Company Buys For-A Switcher June 18th 2019 - 12:05 PM

Mid-Pacific Audio Visual purchases company’s second FOR-A Switcher – the Hanabi HVS-490.

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Mobile TV Group’s 45Flex Is More Than Just Technology On Wheels May 29th 2019 - 10:00 AM

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.

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The PBS show has moved to a new venue at the base of Monteagle Mountain, known as The Caverns and located 80 miles outside of Nashville.

TNDV: Television Follows “Bluegrass Underground” to New Venue May 24th 2019 - 11:00 AM

TNDV: Television will once again serve as the exclusive mobile production service provider for the ninth season of the nationally syndicated PBS program “Bluegrass Underground.” The show has moved to a new venue at the base of Monteagle Mountain, known as “The Caverns” and located 80 miles outside of Nashville, gives TNDV a permanent and efficient infrastructure to optimize production capabilities, labor and costs.

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