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Creative Technology (CT), part of the NEP Worldwide Network, has seen its UK and Northern Europe offices invest in KAIROS, Panasonic’s revolutionary IT/IP-based video production platform that’s set to change the industry. “We’ve been developing an IP strategy at CT for a number of years, but until now we haven’t had a platform that enables us to manage the exciting transition from baseband SDI to IP routing,” said Sid Lobb, Head of Integrated Networks & Vision at Creative Technology. “We see KAIROS enabling us to do just that. It allows us to offer our clients the capabilities of mixing and switching between video signals, and distributing it in any format and resolution required by the client. We are extremely excited to both continue our partnership with Panasonic, and support the evolution of KAIROS as a platform.”
Roma Musical Theatre in Warsaw has long been at the forefront of Poland’s musical theatre scene. The venue regularly invests in the latest equipment to maintain its competitive edge as a technical leader, the latest example being a new audio system – including intercom solutions from RTS, supplied by Polish RTS partner Audio Plus.
The theatre stages one play per season, which is performed every day, often to a packed house. As the most famous musical theatre in the country, the staging of these performances breaks boundaries and sets the direction for professional theatre in Poland. “In order to efficiently produce such spectacular musicals in our theatre, many components are needed, including a failure-free intercom system,” says Wojciech Kępczyński, Artistic Director of Roma Musical Theatre. “A stage manager producing such a large performance does not want to spend his time thinking about communication with an actor or the technology deployed. The system must run smoothly, otherwise the production and the lives of the actors or stage technicians are in danger.”
Encompass Digital Media, Inc., a global managed services company that delivers end-to-end video solutions to television networks, broadcasters, sport leagues and OTT service providers, has selected and successfully deployed ‘Alice’, the new broadcast cloud integration platform from Ideal Systems, to support over 1,200 full-time channels globally. The newly launched Alice platform, developed by Ideal Systems Cloud Division, Ideal Media Works, is a cloud native Business Process Management (BPM), operations orchestration and integration framework. It allows for the logical integration and management of disparate business and technical functions of today’s broadcast and media operators. As broadcast manufacturers around the world move their technology to cloud-based systems, operators are facing the task of integrating many of these different cloud-based products into their technical and business workflow, which is exactly the problem that Alice solves.
More and more artists want - and currently need - to live stream their concerts. In the Dutch market, a Music OB truck with high standards was not available until now. NEP has closed this gap with the MusicOne. The 12-meter long and very spacious truck is equipped with a soundproof sound control room, a production suite that can be converted into a video control room, and a roof terrace that can be used for stand-ups with the event as a backdrop or as a chill-out area. The mobile sound control room can be used anywhere in the world with a connection to NEP’s centralized production platform and is suitable for any formation and genre. Good acoustics are very important for the sound engineers' work, but space in a mobile truck is always a compromise.
Renowned for its collaborative ‘can-do’ approach to creative problem solving, Cutting Edge has been a leading provider of sound and picture post production for the advertising, features and television industries, both in Australia and internationally, for almost three decades. The company recently announced Edge Lab, its newest venture in Virtual Production (VP) based in Brisbane, Queensland. The facility is a research and development (R&D) hub for production industry professionals, developed in partnership with Big Picture, part of the NEP Worldwide Network, and motion caption integrator Logemas. Built with the highest quality components, industry standard Brompton Technology processing is used for the main LED screen as well as ambient reflection and lighting walls.
Maximizing visitor engagement is one of the most important goals of major sports venues and will become even more necessary as stadiums are held to limited capacity for the foreseeable future. Stadiums may be limited by the number of fans they can hold, but a quality visitor experience remains essential to strengthening patronage, encouraging recurring attendance and driving food and beverage sales – these are the objectives that led AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, to recently upgrade its entire digital display network with more than 1,000 LG commercial displays.
Expressing his delight, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, CEO of the Seville-based company, said, “We have known Optocore particularly from the relationship with DiGiCo, which we have distributed for more than 15 years, and we consider their technology to be excellent. “For that reason we approached them, and it is an honour to now be able to provide solutions based around their advanced technology in our Spanish market. We know their products to be extremely reliable, and offer flexible audio communication solutions.”
The Canadian manufacturer for high-quality and fail-safe live streaming and broadcasting technology This week Dejero has officially named the connection, live streaming and event service provider TIVIDOO as the exclusive Dejero Rental Partner for Germany.
Litepanels, a global provider of professional broadcast and cinematic lighting solutions and a Vitec Group brand, today announced the launch of its new powerful and stable dual-band wireless DMX system. Litepanels Apollo Bridge uses advanced dynamic frequency hopping technology to instantly create a robust wireless DMX network anywhere.
As the industry continues to transition towards IP-based solutions, many integrators have found themselves limited by budget-related restrictions. Diversified, a global technology solutions provider, recently ran into this challenge when it came to a project at BerkleeNYC, a campus-based recording studio formerly known as Avatar Studios. In the process of building a cost-effective IP network for the school’s renowned Power Station recording studio, Diversified turned to TSL Products to provide an IP routing interface that marries TSL’s virtual control processor, the GTP-V1, and its renowned Virtual Panels into a solution that TSL has coined, ‘IP-Cross Connect.’
Cologne, 18th March 2021 -The Multimedia Solutions (MMS) BU of the Prysmian Group has equipped its highly shielded Draka S/FTP installation and connection cables of categories 7, 7A and 8.2 with more fire resistance. In addition to the high fire protection of CPR class Dca, they offer lowest smoke (s1) and acid development (a1) as well as minimised dripping (d1). The Triple 1 Dca s1 d1 a1 copper cables combine optimal shielding with the highest fire safety and thus contribute significantly to more personal protection in building fires.
Rental company CGS Dry Hire, based in Denkendorf in southern Germany – known nationwide as CGS – and headed by Christian Geyer, relies on a large number of Robe’s just launched FORTE high powered LED moving lights, which have just been delivered via Robe Germany. These are now available for dry hire at CGS. These are the first FORTES to be received in Germany and have been included in the rental stock of CGS for general lighting equipment – with Christian looking ahead to when the industry re-starts as pandemic lockdown rules start being eased.
Thai Monastery Wat Na Pa Pong Relies on NewTek TriCaster® and NDI® To Broadcast Timeless Buddhist Teachings
Wat Na Pa Pong is a Theravada Buddhist monastery located northeast of Bangkok in Thailand’s Pathum Thani Province. The venerable Ajarn Kukrit Sothipalo leads the monastery and believes in learning, practicing, and proclaiming exclusively from the words of the Buddha – a practice known as Buddhawajana. To assist with outreach, Wat Na Pa Pong uses many modern technologies. Websites, mobile applications, and video content allow for followers – and those interested in the monastery and its teachings – to quickly connect online. That said, analog systems for recording and broadcasting video had the monastery struggling with image quality. To repair that situation, Wat Na Pa Pong turned to NewTek and NDI®.
With up to to 500 frames per secondthe Dream Chip Super Slow Motion Camera capture any detail. Because of its size the camera is handy like the other ATOM one cameras and because of that, it can be easily placed on a Polrcam or over the basketball net. Users can connect the camera directly to their EVS system and control the slow motion with their standard work flow.But for small production and stand alone applications, the camera also supports internal recording and nothing else but the free of charge ProVideo Software is doing the job the.
Riedel’s MicroN UHD Provides Decentralized Signal Routing and Processing for Betamobil’s Newly Upgraded UHD5 Truck
Riedel Communications today announced that Betamobil, a Berlin-based provider of advanced OB production facilities and services, is the latest European customer to adopt Riedel’s new MediorNet MicroN UHD media distribution and processing solution. To support its ongoing migration to IP-based operations, Betamobil has deployed 14 MicroN UHD devices to handle decentralized signal routing on board its flagship OB van – recently renamed UHD5 to reflect its upgrade to advanced UHD production capabilities.