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7 Cinematics Produces A Live Cinematic Video Stream of The Avett Brothers

 Emmy-award winning production company 7 Cinematics, the foremost producer of live-music broadcasts and cinematic video streams, prove that live-streamed concerts can be profitable. In August 2020, 7 Cinematics collaborated with The Avett Brothers to capture their live performance at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC. To ensure viewers’ safety, fans watched from their cars in a packed infield, while remote fans could pay per view the concert online. Demand for both in person and online tickets was so high, that The Avett Brothers and 7 Cinematics added a second show on October 24th. The two sold out shows combined pulled in 3000 cars and roughly 20,000 online pay-per-views.

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7 Cinematics Produces A Live Cinematic Video Stream of The Avett Brothers

75 Camera Corps Eyes Track 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'

Seventy-five Camera Corps HD cameras plus a large inventory of remote control systems, motorised mounts and jungle-proof covers are now active in the Australian jungle, covering the 10th series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! The series is being produced by ITV on a round-the-clock capture basis with equipment supplied by Gearhouse Broadcast.
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75 Camera Corps Eyes Track 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'

A & O FALCONs Shine on Eurovision

The FALCON® FLOWER made quite an impression at the 56th Eurovision Song Contest recently held at Düsseldorf Arena in Germany. The show is known for making technical leaps and bounds and this year marked the biggest Eurovision in history with regards to lighting equipment and live audience. Germany had not hosted the show since 1983 but when Lena Meyer-Landrut won Eurovision 2010 in Norway with her song “Satellite”, Germany was determined to show the world how a show should be done...big.
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A & O FALCONs Shine on Eurovision
A Band of Clay Paky Sharpys Hit the Right Notes on X Factor Live Tour

A Brief Inquiry into Kinesys for The 1975

Everyone is talking about the incredible live performance and stunning visual and stage design of the recent arena tour by UK rockers The 1975, following the release of their much acclaimed third album A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships, which has also been their third consecutive number one album, and is the first in their MFC ‘Music for Cars’ cycle.

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A Brief Inquiry into Kinesys for The 1975

A Busy January for Euro Media France

Euro Media France (EMF) is a full service company, leader in TV facilities and solutions for media and broadcast organisations. Offering the largest range of studios facilities (70 sets) and mobile video units in France (27 including 22 in HD), EMF has developed innovative and flexible services by mastering every stage of the production cycle, from pre-production to broadcasting solutions. EMF also provides additional and specialised high-tech services such as New media, RF, super slow-motion, graphics, 3D, content management, playout, engineering and integration. EMF is acknowledged for its expertise in the fields of sports, live or recorded shows as well as variety, games or entertainment shows.
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A Busy January for Euro Media France

A Buzz Around the Clay Paky B-EYE

2014 looks set to be the year of the B-EYE, the latest innovation from the Clay Paky stable of moving light fixtures. The design and effect possibilities of the K20 and its smaller sibling, the K10 are best seen when the lights are in action; even a thorough study of the written documentation doesn’t really seem to quite do them justice.
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A Buzz Around the Clay Paky B-EYE

A charming debut: grandMA2 attends Miss America for the first time

It was the 90th anniversary of the Miss America Pageant and a pair of grandMA2 light’s made their debut at the show, which was telecast live on ABC from the Planet Hollywood casino-resort in Las Vegas. The pageant reunited lighting designer Allen Branton, who returned for the fourth time, and fellow lighting directors Kevin Lawson and Felix Peralta, who marked their third year and fourth year on the show respectively. This also marked the first time that Lawson and Peralta had used the grandMA 2 on a live televised broadcast beautiful.
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A charming debut: grandMA2 attends Miss America for the first time

A collection of talents: Afrikaans is Groot calls grandMA2 on stage

Within just six hours of ticket sales opening, the Pretoria leg of the show “Afrikaans is Groot” was sold out.  The Cape Town leg followed suite with its three performances selling out by the end of that day. With artists like Juanita Du Plessis, Theuns Jordaan, Steve Hofmeyr, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Bok van Blerk, Robbie Wessels, Lianie May, Karlien van Jaarsveld, Jay, Riana Nel, Jannie Moolman, Arno Jordaan, Jak de Priester, Corlea Botha, EDEN, Dewald Wasserfall and more, the show promised to be a hit.
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A collection of talents: Afrikaans is Groot calls grandMA2 on stage

A Date with You Me At Six

HSL supplied lighting and LED screen to the UK leg of the new You Me At Six "Cavalier Youth" tour, featuring an inventive lighting design by Louis Oliver who has worked with the indie rockers for the last five years, in which time they have steadily gained a solid live fan base and a cult following.
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A Date with You Me At Six

A double first for Adam Rhodes as he experiences the wonder of L‑ISA

Adam Rhodes has been folk/rock duo Angus and Julia Stone’s Front of House engineer for the past ten years. He is also a long time L‑Acoustics user, favouring the French manufacturer’s K Series systems for his general touring rig. This June, UK and European production supplier for the Stones, Britannia Row Productions, gave Rhodes the opportunity to expand his audio horizons by trying out L‑ISA Hyperreal Sound technology. Not only was he to take on this new experience with little time to learn the L‑ISA system, he was to do it at the notoriously challenging Royal Albert Hall, a venue he had never worked in before. It was, he says, “a revelation”.
 
 

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A double first for Adam Rhodes as he experiences the wonder of L‑ISA
A DVD shoot to thrill: grandMA2 performs with Luan Santana

A galaxy of lights: grandMA2 masters 42,000 parameters at ESC 2011

The Eurovision Song Contest recently completed its 56th year, held at Düsseldorf Arena, marking the show’s first return to Germany since 1983. The production today is as well known for its technical achievements as for its lavish and sometimes unusual brand of musical performances. Nevertheless, Eurovision still intrigues audiences worldwide.
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A galaxy of lights: grandMA2 masters 42,000 parameters at ESC 2011

A good choice: Miss South Africa has a grandMA2

A grandMA2 full-size console was chosen by LD Mauritz Jacobs to control all lighting for the 2010 Final of Miss South Africa, staged at Sun City Superbowl. Lighting equipment for the all-action, high-energy show - also a live MNET telecast - was supplied by Johannesburg Dream Sets, who purchased their grandMA2 from MA’s South African distributor DWR earlier in the year. They were one of the first companies in South Africa to run the new grandMA2 with the latest software version.
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A good choice: Miss South Africa has a grandMA2

A grand final: grandMA2 was a hit at Swedish “Idol”

“Idol” is a Swedish reality-TV talent competition airing on TV4. It debuted in August 2004, and became one of the most popular shows on Swedish television. Part of the Idol franchise, it originated from the Pop Idol phenomena created by British entertainment executive and impresario, Simon Fuller, first shown in the United Kingdom in 2001.
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A grand final: grandMA2 was a hit at Swedish “Idol”

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