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CJP Broadcast Maintains Creative Edge at EHU Posted: 23/07/2020
CJP Broadcast Maintains Creative Edge at EHU

The Department of Creative Arts at Edge Hill University (EHU) has renewed its technical support contract with CJP Broadcast Service Solutions for a further year. The contract includes maintenance of two HD TV studios, radio and sound recording studios as well as upgrade planning and installation services.

"Our aim has always been to ensure students gain hands-on practice with the technology they will be working with as they start their careers," comments Neill Cockwill, Creative Media Technology Development Manager. "CJP has partnered with us very efficiently and effectively over a long period, providing the continuity of experience which is essential in any rapidly advancing industry. The CJP team's skills are evident in the quality of the engineering maintenance they provide and in the perceptiveness of their advice as we plan for the future."

"We have been privileged to provide technical support and broadcast engineering services to a number of education facilities over the years,” adds CJP Broadcast Managing Director Chris Phillips. "It is particularly gratifying to assist renowned universities such as Edge Hill which play a key role in developing future generations of media industry talent."

 

 

 

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A+E Networks UK moves its broadcast operations in EMEA to the cloudwith Amagi and Amazon Web Services Posted: 14/07/2020
A+E Networks and reg; UK moves its broadcast operations in EMEA to the cloudwith Amagi and Amazon Web Services

Amagi, a global leader in cloud-based

technology for broadcast and streaming TV, today announced that A+E Networks®

UK has transitioned its playout and service delivery for its entire bouquet of

30 channels in Europe to Amagi’s cloud platform running on Amazon Web Services

(AWS). The channels consist of 23 from A+E Networks UK, based in London and 7

from A+E Networks® Italia based in Rome. A+E Networks® UK, a joint venture

between Hearst and Sky, is a leading media network reaching 58 million homes

across 100 countries. A+E Networks UK has partnered with over 360 pay TV

operators to broadcast channels throughout regions such as Poland, the Nordics,

Benelux, Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The complete bouquet of A+E

Networks UK 30 channels across EMEA will now be delivered and managed by Amagi.

 

 

 

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CJP Broadcast Progressing Large-Scale Video Transcription Project for GBC Posted: 24/06/2020
CJP Broadcast Progressing Large-Scale Video Transcription Project for GBC

CJP Broadcast Service Solutions is progressing a large-scale video transcription project for Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation, Gibraltar's national television and radio service. Over 15,000 tapes in various format are in the process of being checked, repaired when necessary and transferred to digital media for long-term archiving.

 

 

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CJP Completes Set Design and Integration for London HD Studio Posted: 17/06/2020
CJP Completes Set Design and Integration for London HD Studio

CJP Broadcast announces the completion of a studio set design and installation project at the London headquarters of an internationally active provider of business and financial services. The new set will be used to develop high-definition video productions and podcasts for a wide range of UK-based and overseas clients.

 

 

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CJP Announces Streamstar NDX 400 IP NDI Remote Live Production System Posted: 08/06/2020
CJP Announces Streamstar NDX 400 IP NDI Remote Live Production System

Now available from CJP Broadcast, the new Streamstar NDX 400 is an all-in-one live production and streaming studio designed for applications such as television and radio newscasting, educational programme-making, conference coverage and esports. Integral resources include four-channel camera control, four-input vision mixing, audio mixing, video and audio recording, graphics and character generation, playlist support, multi-view monitoring and live stream encoding. The complete system is housed in a 2U chassis.

"The NDX 400 elevates mobile content production and streamcasting to an entirely new level and at a very affordable price," says CJP Broadcast Sales & Service Coordinator Kieran Phillips. "It is very easy to transport, quick to set up and a pleasure to operate. Entire projects can be managed by a single operator if IP-linked remote pan/tilt/zoom cameras are used. Incoming feeds can be mixed for live delivery or recorded for later transmission, supplemented by content from the system's internal media player."

4:4:4:4 AlphaRGB video signal processing is used to ensure high quality graphics and overlays. Many production processes within the system can be preset. These include automated camera switching, automated vision mixer transitions, automated graphics ingest, CG sequencing and crawl, automated scene management and automated playlist handling.

 

 

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CJP Announces Live Sports Production System Posted: 26/05/2020
CJP Announces Live Sports Production System and nbsp;

CJP Broadcast announces a new addition to its range of products and services with the introduction of a fully integrated transportable live sports production system. Comprising the Streamstar production unit, InPlayer video-on-demand paywall and JW Player streaming service, it provides the core resources needed to create complete programmes for live streaming or VOD distribution.

Available in several versions supporting up to eight camera inputs, the system can ISO-record multiple source feeds simultaneously, plus the live output stream, to a 1 terabyte internal SSD for live mixing or offline postproduction. It is intended for use with a combination of unmanned remote-control broadcast HD pan/tilt/zoom cameras, goal cameras and traditional-style manned ENG tripod-mountable cameras, wireless drone cameras or auxiliary sources such as Skype-TX-connected guests.

 

 

 

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CJPs Kieran Phillips to Live-Broadcast Sponsored Head Shave Posted: 27/04/2020
CJPs Kieran Phillips to Live-Broadcast Sponsored Head Shave

Kieran Phillips, Sales & Service Coordinator at CJP Broadcast, will be live broadcasting his sponsored head shave on Tuesday April 28th to support St Michael's Hospice in Hereford. This will be accessible at https://youtu.be/utwavyouVFs and shared across social media. Donations are invited via https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kieran-phillips4.

"We know how important the services provided by St Michael's are," Kieran comments. "They include a wide range of nursing, social and spiritual care for home-based and hospice-based patients, guidance and counselling for families, and practical resources for healthcare professionals. The Covid-19 pandemic has reduced the level of financial support many important charities are receiving at a time when they need that income more than ever. This sponsored head shave is one way in which we can try to offset the impact of the virus. We will also be working in conjunction with Luke Sutton Productions to make a promotional video for St. Michael's."

"Organisations such as St Michael's Hospice that totally rely on donations and fundraising are desperately in need of support to be able to continue their incredible work throughout and beyond this awful crisis," adds CJP Broadcast's Managing Director Chris Phillips. "We hope that our small contribution raises awareness of the work these compassionate and caring healthcare professionals provide to people and their families.”

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Pointing Out the Premios Max Awards Posted: 15/08/2017
Pointing Out the Premios Max Awards

The annual Premios Max Awards celebrate Spanish individuals and organisations who have making outstanding contributions to the performing arts and are organised by the General Society of Authors and Publishers (SGAE). This year they were staged at the Palau de les Arts in vibrant Valencia.

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Triveni Digital Adds MMTP Support to its Growing Suite of ATSC 3.0 Enabling Products Posted: 23/04/2017
Triveni Digital Adds MMTP Support to its Growing Suite of ATSC 3.0 Enabling Products
Triveni Digital today announced that its GuideBuilder(R) XM signaling and announcement generator and StreamScope(R) XM MT platforms now support the MMTP protocol, providing easy-to-use, intuitive tools that ease broadcaster adoption of complex ATSC 3.0 standards By simultaneously supporting ATSC 3.0 ROUTE (Real-Time Object Delivery over Unidirectional Transport) and MMTP (MPEG Media Transport Protocol) encoding options, Triveni Digital ensures that broadcasters can effectively manage IP broadcast data and perform detailed analysis of ATSC 3.0 streams and data structures, making a smooth transition to the next-generation television standard. Triveni Digital will demonstrate these enhancements at the 2017 NAB Show, April 24-27 in Las Vegas at booth N2031.
Tags: Triveni Digital | MMTP | Support | ATSC 3.0 | GuideBuilder XM | StreamScope XM MT | Platform | broadcast TV | complex | standards | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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Rohde and Schwarz Hosting Series of Repacking Advanced Technology Events Posted: 14/02/2017
Rohde and Schwarz Hosting Series of Repacking Advanced Technology Events

From March 6th through March 9th, premier transmitter, test and measurement and studio equipment manufacturer, Rohde & Schwarz USA, will host a series of educational events throughout the U.S. The Repacking Advanced Technology Events (RATE) are directed at broadcasters and any technical personnel involved in transitioning a TV station to a new channel as a result of the FCC Spectrum Act. (The Act mandates that 1,200 repacked U.S. TV stations be fully operational with a new transmitter in 2019. Repacking refers to the process of reassigning broadcast TV channels to a smaller portion of the TV band to free up spectrum for wireless use.)

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Premiere Digital Enhances Broadcast TV Quality With Interra Systems BATON(TM) QC Solution Posted: 30/03/2016
Premiere Digital Enhances Broadcast TV Quality With Interra Systems BATON(TM) QC Solution
Interra Systems, a leading global provider of software products and solutions to the digital media industry, today announced that Premiere Digital, a media services provider based in Los Angeles, has upgraded its Interra Systems BATON(TM) automated, file-based QC solution to optimize its quality control operations. Using an enterprise version of BATON, along with the BATON Content Corrector, the media services provider can address traditional broadcast projects, along with OTT delivery. Through comprehensive quality checks, scalability, and support for a wide range of media formats and codecs, BATON allows Premiere Digital to expand its delivery of high-quality television content to broadcast and OTT customers. 
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HSL Helps Take Halifax Transmitting Tower to New Heights Posted: 22/05/2015
HSL Helps Take Halifax Transmitting Tower to New Heights

New levels of colour and imagination graced the familiar landmark of the Halifax Transmitting Tower in a special one night light installation Ploughcroft Eco Northern Lights  designed by James Bawn, which illuminated the 45.7 metre (150ft) relay mast located on the top of Southowram bank, overlooking the Yorkshire, UK, town of Halifax.

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At TVConnect 2013 Bridge Technologies Will Debut the First Full Implementation of End-to-end Monitoring for OTT Services Posted: 20/02/2013
At TVConnect 2013 Bridge Technologies Will Debut the First Full Implementation of End-to-end Monitoring for OTT Services

 Anyone involved in OTT delivery or planning new OTT services should visit our stand at TVConnect to see the first showing of a complete system for integrating OTT into a sophisticated digital media monitoring infrastructure. Simen K. Frostad, Chairman, Bridge Technologies

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