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Gravity Media – the leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services to content owners, creators and distributors – has been chosen to deliver the technical infrastructure and facilities for the Cash Converters Supercars Eseries. Taking place on the iRacing platform from 25 August to 29 September, the Eseries offers fans a mix of Supercars main game drivers and elite sim racers, with teams competing for the top prize of more than $20,000.
- Fourteen exciting projects make the IBC Innovation Awards shortlist.
- This year's awards will spotlight collaborative projects within the content and technology industry.
- Entries encompass a breadth of technologies, including remote production, experimental 4k and HDR and blockchain.
Spiritland Productions and ON AIR Take HRVY Fans “Behind Closed Doors” with Help from AJA BRIDGE LIVE
Event production has undergone a major transformation in the last year, as pandemic-era travel and venue capacity restrictions have challenged professionals to rethink traditional workflows. Once a complementary add-on to events, live streaming has now become the main way to share and experience them. Well positioned for the shift, UK-based mobile production outfit Spiritland Productions has evolved its workflow to ensure clients can deliver seamless entertainment experiences for audiences whether on-site or from afar. The company was enlisted by ON AIR to help produce a pay-per-view (PPV) performance from musical artist HRVY that took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London in April 2021. As travel restrictions prevented ON AIR’s Netherlands-based team from traveling to oversee the production in-person, Spiritland brought them to the venue virtually, using a real-time remote collaboration workflow with SRT encoding powered by an AJA BRIDGE LIVE multi-channel live video contribution, backhaul streaming and delivery solution.
All of France marks the beginning of the modern French Nation each year on 14 July, with events taking place all over the country. Lawo mixing consoles provided the highest possible audio quality for the traditional Concert de Paris taking place on the Champs du Mars at the foot of the Eiffel Tower – Lawo’s seventh successive year serving both the live and broadcast sound requirements.
Vizrt, a leading provider of software-defined visual storytelling solutions (#SDVS) for media content creators, today announced TF1, the biggest private broadcaster in France with one of the largest audiences in Europe, is using Vizrt XR (Extended Reality) Playbook for post-match analysis for its coverage of UEFA Euro 2020TM.
The UK’s landmark Nottingham Castle reopens in June following a £30 million refurbishment which started in 2018. Part of the new look is a stylish Anolis exterior LED lighting scheme illuminating all four sides of the building, comprising 17 x Anolis Divine 160 fixtures which was designed by Ian Forrow of IJF Lighting and commissioned by On Event Production from Castle Donnington.
Glamour, glitz, and disco dancing – plus a bit of kick-ass rock ‘n’ roll – ensured that the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) extravaganza was back with a massive bang this year, making up for its absence in 2020 – thwarted by the pandemic like so many other shows! The Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, The Netherlands was the venue for a fantastic production bursting with creative visuality, technical excellence and musical talent – both on and off the stage!
Responsible for the overall production design, Darmah has yet again designed a successful Award show for The Latin AMAS. ROE Visual products played a central role in the design, creating a stunning set with over 30 million pixels.
NBC Olympics Selects Amagi To Provide UHD Cloud Playout For Tokyo Olympics Coverage On Olympic Channel
NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Amagi to provide UHD playout with cloud automation for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, which take place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 – August 8, specifically on Olympic Channel. The announcement was made today by Anil Abraham, Director, Systems Architecture, NBC Olympics, and Srinivasan KA, co-founder, Amagi.
Mellow Yellow Entertainment, producers of South African music games show “Musiek Roulette” wanted a new look for the 2021 season, so called on the services of Ryan Lombard, head of show lighting at Blond Productions and Michael Gill, owner of Michael Gill Designs to design lighting and set respectively.
Twenty-four Astera AX1 Tubes – high-quality wireless LED luminaires – were utilised by lighting designer Michael Negrao from event technical specialist Scene Change in Brisbane at the Australian launch event for the new Lamborghini Huracán STO (Super Trofeo Omologata).
Due to the pandemic, the past year and a half was difficult for the entertainment industry. But one of the strongest industries is getting back on its feet – and needs a strong, common platform: The LEaT con – Live, Entertainment and Technology Convention – will come together on the A grounds of the Hamburg Messe und Congress for a unified re:start of the industry from October 26 – 28, 2021.
For Gridiron fans everywhere, the annual NFL entry draft is a highly anticipated event, bringing all thirty-two teams together to announce player selections, which can ultimately alter the fate of a franchise. First held in 1936, the draft has increased in popularity every year. The words “you’re on-the-clock” have become synonymous with an event that is now a full-scale production, garnering primetime TV audiences measured in the millions.
TVU Networks, one of the market and technology leader in cloud and IP-based live video solutions, was the top pick in the 2021 NFL Draft for cloud-based video distribution. All 32 NFL teams used the TVU Anywhere remote production app and TVU Grid, a cloud-based video distribution network, for footage of their Draft rooms during the three-day draft that began on April 29. Plus, TVU was tasked with supporting the live video feeds of 50 off-site player prospects for the broadcast production.
In the British live TV show “Dancing on Ice”, a figure skater is skating among the dancers with a Sony HDC-P50 camera and Canon HJ14 lens. This broadcast camera is stabilized and remote-controlled through a NEWTON system and the results are unique in the broadcast world.