Newsletter from 08/12/2021
LiveU launches Air Control, A Cloud Solution For Live Production Workflow Orchestration
Elevating the live production workflow and effortlessly delivering flawless live programs of any size using existing teams and technology infrastructure
Built for broadcasters as a human-centric offering, Air Control enables organizations to better choreograph live production workflows, and effortlessly deliver high-quality flawless live programs of any size while providing the commercial and operational flexibility much-needed to support the rapidly changing industry. An integral part of LiveU’s live video ecosystem, Air Control revolutionizes and simplifies the ability to provide a well-integrated, seamless, and intuitive live video production.
MediaConnect, Edge Computing, and Carrier-Agnostic e-SIMs
VidOvation today announced that it has broadened its capabilities for live video distribution networks and cloud and edge computing. In addition, the company is rolling out carrier-agnostic e-SIMs with domestic and global support of 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G cellular networks.
PLAZAMEDIA and ARRI Install Mixed Reality Studio in Ismaning near Munich
PLAZAMEDIA and ARRI are cooperating in the area of mixed reality: As part of the partnership, an “LED Volume Studio” has been set up in Studio 6 at PLAZAMEDIA in Ismaning near Munich as a pilot project, initially until the end of November 2021, which is intended to set new standards for virtual applications. As a globally active film technology company, ARRI brings a wide range of experience in high-end film productions as well as in the design and engineering of mixed reality and TV studios to the project, while PLAZAMEDIA contributes its extensive know-how as a broadcast service provider.
San Francisco Opera Embraces IP Audio with Lawo mc2 Consoles and Infrastructure
San Francisco Opera’s historic 3,006-seat War Memorial Opera House, opened in 1932 on Van Ness Avenue adjacent to City Hall, has just completed a technical upgrade to a complete Audio-over-IP infrastructure with two Lawo mc² audio production consoles and related I/O, unifying the theater’s audio production systems and bringing to completion a project with roots going back nearly 7 years.
Appear launches NEO 10 for live distribution applications, first product from new NEO Series of server-based software compression products
Appear, the global leader in media processing and delivery technology, today announced the expansion of its product portfolio with the launch of the NEO Series, a line of server-based products that combine Appear’s hardware pedigree with the utility of software-based technology. The NEO Series delivers all the advantages of server-based compression solutions with cost-effective software transcoding, free of the hassle of software deployment and operation.
MADSACK Media Group and Sportcast GmbH found joint venture for TV outside broadcasts
The TVN GROUP (TVN), a member of MADSACK Media Group, and the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga subsidiary Sportcast GmbH have strengthened their cooperation by becoming the joint shareholders of TVN LIVE PRODUCTION. The new venture for TV outside broadcasts is the result of a cooperation between TVN MOBILE PRODUCTION GmbH as well as the Sportcast subsidiaries LIVECAST TV Produktion GmbH and HD SAT Communication GmbH.
EMG & Imagine Communications Case Study
EMG is a leading global provider of broadcast services and media solutions for live sports, entertainment and events. The group combines unique expertise and experience to master the entire value chain, from image creation to distribution. A significant part of our business lies in covering major sporting events.
Dream Chip Collaborate in Fastest Drone Shooting
DreamChip – innovators in the field of miniaturised, broadcast-level cameras – announce today that they have recently completed a ground-breaking collaboration with the professional FPVDrone pilots and vice drone league champions Philipp Freybott and Angelo Felche from Cinequads, well known for their cinematic FPV drone shots, rentevent’s RF specialist Thomas Beeskow and Andreas Schüler, special camera engineer and developer.