NEP UK has announced it is offering clients two new OB vans that are fully compliant with the SMPTE ST2110 standard. The new mobile production vehicles, named Ceres and Venus, are designed for major events, sports fixtures and other large-scale productions. Venus recently completed its first job and both trucks will be supporting several major live events over the summer.
At the 2018 NAB Show, The Switch, a global video solutions service provider, announced the launch of The Switch Access, an extension of its global fiber and satellite network. The feature allows customers easy access to The Switch’s extensive network of customers, connected venues, studios and production facilities, utilizing a broadband internet connection, from anywhere in the world.
Combining a 4K camera from Grass Valley with a Vislink 4K transmitter, NEP’s UK division is now offering its clients a wireless Super-Slow live camera. The new package was recently used for ITV’s coverage of the Cheltenham Festival, and will be on display at the 2018 NAB Show.
As it has for 16 past Oscars programs, Bexel provided multilevel support and a comprehensive fiber optic network for the live global broadcast of the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4th from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.
As the broadcast and production industries gear up for the NAB 2018 convention, it’s worthwhile to consider the leading-edge technologies and solutions that are already proving successful. These two articles look at both IP and audio solutions that help meet the entertainment demands of today’s audiences. The articles showcase how broadcast and recording professionals are increasing leveraging IP and even old-style audio solutions to excite audiences around the world.
To support Polish broadcasters covering the World Games 2017, held in Wroclaw, Poland, system integrator LP Systems relied on Lawo IP technology and systems. The annual sporting event saw 3,500 athletes competing from 112 countries in events not included in the Olympic games.