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WORLD NEWS 4K production studio first N imb TV, an innovative broadcast production start- up in Denmark, has unveiled the country’s first, and smallest, Ultra HD OB van. The unit is built around a number of Blackmagic Design’s Ultra HD products, including the ATEM Production Studio 4K and Blackmagic Audio Monitor. Uniquely housed in a three wheeler moped van, it can be positioned right at the heart of any live production.  Built with the help of AV specialist Stjernholm & Co, the OB van will be used for high quality, multi camera Ultra HD 4K production in the Danish broadcast industry, big screen events and live concerts. It has already been booked for the boot camp section of the next season of Denmark’s version of The X Factor, which will use various locations across Copenhagen. BroadcastShow LIVE from IBC2013 Watch all the shows from IBC plus stand interviews here... Cloud editing and publishing workflows See Greg Hirst on the live show at IBC F orbidden Technologies PLC the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market leading FORscene cloud video platform, announced that it is integrating with Windows® Azure™ Media Services to promote cloud video workflows. Windows Azure Media Services is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables customers to build, deploy, and manage applications quickly across a global network of Microsoft®-managed data centres. It is an extensible, multitenant media services platform on Windows Azure, offering the best of the Microsoft media platform components combined with integrated partner offerings, which allows customers to build end-to-end media solutions on top. Forbidden’s well-respected FORscene cloud video platform will be shown working with Windows Azure Media Services to allow remote, browser-based editing of footage. Remote edits will be conformed against live, high-resolution footage for web and mobile distribution. This near-time clipping of live footage for global video-on-demand delivery will be of particular interest to sports rights holders and news organisations looking for frame-accurate, high-quality editing tools. TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 82 OCTOBER 2013 | 21