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Riot Games’ multiplayer online battle arena title has moved to the core of the world’s leading professional video game contests since its release in late 2009. National and regional competitions feed into one of the most eye-catching and prestigious tournaments around: the League of Legends World Championships.
Having transformed itself culturally and economically in less than three decades, China now stands as an example to follow when it comes to the adoption of new technology – including within its enormous broadcasting sector. Despite having only emerged in the last 30 years, the Chinese television landscape nonetheless accounts for a third of the world’s viewers. Now those increasingly affluent households will have the opportunity of experiencing new immersive content courtesy of the first Dolby ATMOS capable outside broadcast vehicle in the country, with Genelec monitoring at the centre of the set-up.
For the broadcasting of the 12th World Athletic Championships from 15th - 23rd August in Berlin, the German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF established the host broadcast service BERTA (Berlin Radio Television Athletics) to produce the official world feed of the championships in 1080i and to deliver it to broadcast right holders in more than 165 countries. For the installation and the operation of the technical infrastructure BERTA hired the Berlin based production company TopVision for all the events in the Olympic Stadium, while SWR together with Betamobile produced the signals of the walking and marathon disciplines at the Brandenburg Gate.
Ideal Systems provides media and audio visual related integration services for the broadcast, telecommunication, government, education and enterprise industries, using the latest and greatest technologies including cloud services, software development, consulting services and live event production and operation.
Ikegami cameras have been chosen for the OB-10 live production vehicle recently completed for sports channel Al Kass in Qatar. The vehicle is believed to be the largest ever commissioned by a Middle East broadcaster. Dimensions including tractor unit are 16.5 meters length and 4 meters height. Width is 2.5 meters expanding to 4.1, fully self-supporting. Total weight is 37 tons. It is equipped with 31 cameras for operation by a 29-strong crew.
tpc switzerland ag is the leading broadcast service provider in Switzerland, with extensive expertise in planning, creating and managing audiovisual projects. The company is focused on production for Swiss broadcasters, as well as live production of major national and international events for the Swiss and global markets. tpc manages TV studios, news operations and a fleet of OB trucks.
The broadcast industry has been experiencing a tremendous transformation since the arrival of the Internet, and digital convergence has become a reality. The way media content is created, produced, distributed, shared and consumed has been undergoing a huge change. User’s habits have radically shifted and social media, as well as personalized services, have become popular. While traditionally broadcasting services were offered by specific organizations and companies with a well-established business model, currently the line between the traditional broadcasters and IT-based companies has blurred.
IRIDAS, ParadiseFX and Silicon Imaging enable 3D production workflows with NVIDIA Quadro, including the Digital Video Pipeline
On 4th April 2016, the PRG Live Entertainment Awards (PRG LEA) were presented in the Festhalle in Frankfurt in front of an audience of over 1,400 guests from the national and international music, event and entertainment scenes. With a total of 14 awards, event organisers, artist managers, concert agents, venue operators and artists were recognised for their excellent achievements in the live entertainment industry.
Abstract – Tasked with producing more live coverage with squeezed resources, broadcasters are turning to at-home/REMI (remote-integration model) production. Correctly implemented, at-home production can reduce the movement of people and equipment; increase the utilization of equipment; reduce on-site set-up times; and maximize the efficiency of production teams. Historically there have been three major challenges with at-home production; Latency and how to mitigate it; Control and how to extend workflows to the venue; Infrastructure and how raw signals are transported back to base. This paper will clearly explain how these issues are now solved by interconnecting and orchestrating distributed production resources over Wide Area Networks. Solutions partners Net Insight, Calrec and Grass Valley will explain in this paper how a shared technology approach is already providing broadcasters with a complete, proven and easy way to generate significantly more live content.
In September 2013 MRMC and LL began discussions around ways to employ motion control robotics to realise a radically different approach to broadcast studio content acquisition and workflows.
Headed by Technical Director, Bryn Balcombe, the LL team saw an opportunity to challenge traditional assumptions of the look and format of TV news and current affairs programmes.