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Christie Powers Dancing on Ice
MicroTiles in Telemadrid’s ‘El Círculo’
ToolsOnAir Goes Live with MTV European Music Awards
The Eurovision Song Contest 2011
REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2011
Trickbox TV Keeps Processes Simple, Costs Low with AJA Ki Pro
Christie MicroTiles on The 10 Million Show
REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2012
REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Review Super Bowl XLVIII: Halftime Show: Bruno Mars
The Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna
After Austria’s first and only previous Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) victory in 1966, Conchita Wurst succeeded in bringing the ESC 2015 from Copenhagen to Vienna. The 60th anniversary of the Song Contest is truly historic in many ways: Geographical boundaries have been broken with the unprecedented inclusion of Australia into the 2015 Eurovision family and the motto “Building Bridges” aimed at making connections across national borders, across cultures and indeed across decades celebrating tolerance and inclusion while promoting respect and tolerance.
REVIEW: The Eurovision Song Contest 2014
On 4th April 2016, the PRG Live Entertainment Awards (PRG LEA) were presented in the Festhalle in Frankfurt in front of an audience of over 1,400 guests from the national and international music, event and entertainment scenes. With a total of 14 awards, event organisers, artist managers, concert agents, venue operators and artists were recognised for their excellent achievements in the live entertainment industry.
For the 12th consecutive year, communications and signal distribution solutions from Riedel played a starring role in the Eurovision Song Contest, the world's longest-running international television song competition. Riedel's MediorNet real-time media network provided the redundant and decentralized signal routing and transport infrastructure from start to finish of the production, broadcast live from the International Exhibition Centre in Kiev, Ukraine in May. Plus, Riedel's all-new Bolero wireless intercom system was relied on for all crew communications, only six weeks after it was introduced to the market.