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Grass Valley has signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with NEP Group, the leading technical production partner for premier producers of live productions and events. The agreement will strengthen NEP's strategic position as the worldwide leader in centralized (remote) production. For Grass Valley, the deal underscores its commitment to lead the digital transformation and be the partner of choice for its customers. The deal will see the two companies combine their knowledge, insight and offerings to support modern providers and creators of premium live content and will allow the two companies' R&D teams to work closer to bring critical innovations to market.
When I was asked “what’s next for sports broadcast” just over a year ago, I concluded with a (somewhat) philosophical prediction for 2021: “The real advances will come from the human side of the workflow ― with bold choices by production teams leading to a new era of great sport stories.” Apparently, my musing struck a chord.
Hikes in costs and availability shortages for equipment is proving challenging globally. Unsurprisingly, the effects of which are visibly spilling over into the broadcast and live events sector. The implications of which show no signs of abating. While lack of material is the most cited reason, staff shortages, Covid-19 and Brexit implications are equally influencing supply and demand. Further compounded by an international chip shortage and increase in shipping costs. With much of the equipment used for the broadcast and live event production sector being heavily reliant on chip related assets, this is having a significant impact on supply.
Continued Growth in SDVI Rally Platform Usage Shows How Media Companies Are Accelerating Their Move to the Cloud
Full-Year 2021 Utilization Metrics More Than Doubled Over 2020
SDVI, the leading platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, today disclosed that its Rally media supply chain platform processed over 300 million jobs in 2021, representing a 102% increase in usage over 2020. Those jobs were performed on a total of 32.6 million hours of content as it passed through Rally-managed supply chains. Continuing the trajectory established in the first half of the year, the doubling in jobs processed by Rally illustrates the dramatic shift among media businesses toward cloud-based media supply chain infrastructure to drive efficiencies and increase business agility.
NBC Sports Utilizes Avid Media Production & Storage Solution for its Production of Olympic Winter Games
German TV channel BILD TV, which started broadcasting in August 2021, relies on the Octopus X newsroom system from the manufacturer with the same name. LOGIC media solutions GmbH, the German partner of Octopus, managed the project from conception to “go live”. During the process, LOGIC used agile procedures that the company has specified under the term PORTAL Mindset and which are part of LOGIC’s corporate culture and management scheme. The implementation process was done in two parts. Very soon after implementing the Octopus X system, news and magazines of the Bild TV online offer were able to broadcast online. Octopus X was deeply integrated with supporting systems until the start of linear broadcasting. In its current state, Octopus X is deeply integrated with the MAM system, playout servers, teleprompters and graphics systems. Octopus X offers up to 100 operators simultaneous access to plan and produce the different broadcast formats.
Lawo’s V__matrix platform does such an appreciated job at enabling a wide range of video and audio workflows and supporting the transition to a fully IP-based environment that Lawo celebrates its fifth anniversary with a constant flow of significant software-based enhancements.
tvONE, the world-class developer and manufacturer of video conversion and AV signal distribution technology, releases a new 4K60 output module for CORIOmaster®, CORIOmaster mini and CORIOmaster micro. New versions of firmware and software are also available, continuing the evolution of the CORIOmaster family of multi-window video processors.
Quasar Science, a leading provider of advanced lighting solutions and a Vitec Group brand – has announced the global launch of its latest linear LED lighting range for motion picture and content creation. The Rainbow 2 and Double Rainbow tubular LED lights create intense, realistic lighting with multiple individually controllable pixels, delivering high-quality white light and saturated color that work in the tightest of spaces thanks to their sleek low-profile shape.
Mac Studio with M1 Max and the new M1 Ultra delivers unprecedented performance and extensive connectivity in an incredibly compact design
Studio Display features an expansive 27-inch 5K Retina screen, an advanced camera with Center Stage, and amazing high-fidelity audio
Tracab today announced the release of Coach Paint 9.2, a major enhancement of the company's popular sports-agnostic telestration software. Continuing the company's commitment to giving precious time back to users, this release increases workflow efficiency and enriches the tools available for analysis.
When global streaming provider 5stream needed a configurable solution to streamline their scheduling and resource management, they quickly discovered MediaPulse was the perfect fit. Selected for its robust and flexible architecture, 5stream deployed Xytech’s MediaPulse to streamline the operations of their Broadcast Services division.
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Genelec’s Smart Active Monitors are helping to make SOUND360 stand out from the crowd in South Korea, with the country’s first 9.1.6 Dolby Atmos studio. The SOUND360 studio is the creation of CEO Jung Hoon Choi, who is already a very well-known figure in the Korean music industry through his Audioguy record label.
FOR-A Company Limited today announced the passing of the company’s founder and representative director, Mr. Keizo Kiyohara. Mr. Kiyohara died on March 7th. He was 88 years old.