TV-BAY Magazine Issue 75

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WORLD NEWS Engineer service buys second console W ith the delivery of an Artemis Light audio console, Calrec has made its second sale to Ukraine system integrator and OB truck company Engineer Service. Engineer Service will install the Artemis Light console in its newest mobile OB truck to mix live audio in stereo and Dolby® E 5.1 broadcast formats, and for multichannel recording in live production. ‘With the Calrec Artemis Light console, we can do things we couldn’t do before, such as provide more than two channels of 5.1 audio broadcast soundtracks. That capability is very important, particularly for live sports productions,’ said Dmitriy Prikordonny, general director of Engineer Service. ‘By using extra boxes on the field or stage, we can send and receive many more sound channels. We can serve the entire shooting area, whether that area includes a concert hall, a stage, a field, a broadcast van, or other links. The Artemis Light has improved our workflow while better satisfying our clients’ needs.’ www.calrec.com TV-BAY075MAR13.indd 13 Relocation of UK HQ C lear-Com, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, announces the relocation of its UK headquarters. The new office is located at 2000 Beach Drive, Cambridge, just down the road from the company’s previous UK headquarters. The new facility enables Clear-Com to continue its expansion in the region, while offering further creative resources for its staff members. www.clearcom.com 11/03/2013 16:51