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VITECs Multi-Site Streaming Solution Brings Together the Communities of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Posted: 27/07/2017
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Chandler, Arizona, installed VITEC's House of Worship Multi-Site Streaming Solution at its two satellite campuses. Featuring VITEC's MGW Ace Encoder and MGW Series Decoder fully integrated with Renewed Vision(TM) ProVideoServer(TM) (PVS), the solution enables the organization to deliver two synchronized, low-latency, and broadcast-quality camera feeds to each site, making it the ideal dual-input, dual-output, time-slipped media record and playout server.
Tags: VITEC | Streaming Solution | Cornerstone Christian Fellowship | Vision Recording | video streams | campus | technology for worship
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SMPTE Announces Program Details for Fifth Annual Entertainment Technology in the Connected Age (ETCA) Conference Posted: 17/03/2017
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers(R) (SMPTE(R)), the organization whose standards work has supported a century of technological advances in entertainment technology, today announced program details for the Entertainment Technology in the Connected Age (ETCA) conference, May 8-9 at the Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus in Mountain View, California. Entitled "Redefining the Entertainment Experience," this year's conference will explore emerging technologies' impact on current and future delivery of compelling connected entertainment experiences. 
Tags: SMPTE | Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers | Entertainment Technology in the Connected Age Conference | ETCA 2017 | technology | annual event | Microsoft | Silicon Valley Campus
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Canadore College Students Produce Scoreboard Video for North Bay Battalion Hockey with Broadcast Pix Posted: 12/01/2017

Chelmsford, Massachusetts  As part of a unique partnership, students from Canadore Colleges Broadcasting and Video Production program in North Bay, Ontario, use a Broadcast Pix¢ Granite¢ 2000 integrated production switcher to provide scoreboard video coverage of the North Bay Battalion hockey team at the North Bay Memorial Gardens Sports Arena. The city owns the arena, but the Canadore staff built the control room and provides engineering services for its video equipment.

Tags: video production | switchers | video switchers | Broadcast Pix | campus technology | scoreboard technology | college technology
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Global Campus Network leverages Quicklink TX to give a student perspective of the US election Posted: 05/12/2016
On November 4th, Global Campus Network, a collaborative and interactive international student media network, held a live show giving an international student perspective of the potential outcome of the U.S election. For the show, a Quicklink TX Quad allowed London Southbank University to co-host the discussion alongside Ryerson University via Skype, while allowing students in eight countries around the world to join the collaborative video discussion.
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Marquette communications team shares live footage with media across the U.S. via TVU Networks video-over-IP technology Posted: 10/08/2016

Marquette Universitys communications team is now using TVU Networks cellular video technology, which allow the university to transmit live footage from campus to media outlets across the United States.

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ABS Builds New Video Production Facilities for Bates Technical College Posted: 04/03/2016

The Digital Media Program at Bates Technical College, a public college based in Tacoma, Wash., officially moved into its new facilities on Jan. 4. Integrated by professional video and audio systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS), the video production workspace is housed in the new Advanced Technology Center on the Central/Mohler Campus.

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New PESA Cheetah Router Manages Media Throughout Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson University Posted: 14/01/2016

PESA, a leading designer and manufacturer of streaming, routing, and AV integration products, today announced the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University in Toronto installed a Cheetah 128NE digital video router in September to manage audio and video signals throughout the Rogers Communication Centre. The router is also used to help manage the Global Campus Network, a Ryerson-led international collaborative student media initiative.

Tags: PESA | AV integration | campus technology | routers | video routers | Cheetah | PESA router | control software
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12Stone Church Selects FOR-A HVS-100 Portable Video Switchers for Use at New Remote Campuses Posted: 31/07/2015

With a desire to reach into its surrounding communities and provide meaningful worship to its rapidly growing congregation of over 30,000 parishioners, Georgia-based 12Stone Church® sought to transform five area schools into houses of worship on Sunday mornings. One location could adapt the school gymnasiums system, but the remaining locations called for identical production systems. Long-time technology partner Technical Innovations Blue Hat Design developed a comprehensive, innovative, portable solution that provided a complete A/V/L set-up in under an hour. Key to the systems overall design was a compact video switcher that would transport easily while providing a robust variety of video production features, and FOR-As HVS-100 portable video switcher was the perfect choice.

Tags: FOR-A | video switchers | portable switchers | worship technology | 12Stone Church | Blue Hat Design | Commercial Integration | portable campuses | houses of worship
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Bangkok University Relies on FOR-As VRCAM2 Virtual Studio System for Student Training Posted: 07/01/2015

FOR-A Company Limited announces that Bangkok Universitys School of Communication Arts has been using its VRCAM2 virtual studio system. First installed in January 2011, the school frequently uses FOR-As sensor-less virtual studio system to train its students in program production, and the technology is also utilized for production of school events. Bangkok University also purchased FOR-As HVS-390HS video switcher in December of 2013, and purchased another unit last November.

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Worcester State University Upgrades to HD with FOR-A Video Switcher Posted: 11/08/2014

When Worcester State University began its most recent studio upgrade, the school was looking for video equipment to take them into the world of high definition. In the market for a cost-efficient yet feature-rich switcher to train students, the university found what it was looking for in FOR-As HVS-390HS video switcher.

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Driven By Continued Growth, Dejero Moves to Larger Waterloo Region Headquarters Posted: 18/06/2014

In order to accommodate expanding customer demand for its award-winning Dejero LIVE+ Platform of cellular newsgathering products, Dejero announced today that the company has relocated its global headquarters to a larger facility on the Waterloo Technology Campus. Effective June 16, Dejero is based at 412 Albert St., Suite 100, Waterloo, Ontario.

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Portability and Performance of New FOR-A XT Series Switchers Gains Attention of Schools, Churches, Production Cos and Major Broadcasters Posted: 29/05/2014

Since its introduction into the market last year, FOR-As HVS-XT video production switcher series has proven a popular fit for a wide range of applications. Current customers of FOR-A XT Series switchers include: schools, houses of worship, production companies and major broadcasting networks.

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NYITs Communications Department Relies on FOR-As HVS-390HS Video Switcher Posted: 30/01/2014

When the Communication Arts Department at the Long Island campus of the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) began the process of upgrading its studio to HD last year, the school looked for a reliable, cost-effective switcher. NYIT uses video production for hands-on classroom training and for show production for its global digital network, so the video switcher had to be easy to use and flexible for a variety of production scenarios. The schoolselected FOR-As HVS-390HS switcher, which has proven an ideal fit since its installation last September.

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REGENT UNIVERSITY, CHRISTIAN BROADCAST NETWORK UPDATE CAMPUS SECURITY WITH JVC V.NETWORKS CAMERAS, NVRS Posted: 08/02/2011
Regent University, a private, faith-based institution that shares a campus with the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in Virginia Beach, Va., is keeping better watch than ever over more than 5,500 graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff with V.Networks IP-based cameras and network video recorders (NVRs) from JVC Professional Products Company.

Now in his 24th year with the CBN/Regent University Campus Police Dept., Lt. Eddie Lawhorn recalled the earlier CCTV system on campus, which only offered coverage inside a few buildings. It included a handful of mostly black-and-white analog cameras that were connected to time-lapse VCRs. A few years ago, as the aging VCRs came to the end of their life, university officials decided it was time for an upgrade.

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