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TVU Networks to Provide Full Slate of Live Video Services During U.S. Presidential Debates and On Election Day 2016 Posted: 07/09/2016

TVU Networks, the global technology leader in live IP video transmission solutions, is offering its range of 4G and LTE wireless uplink equipment and services to broadcasters covering U.S. Presidential campaign rallies, debates and Election Day 2016. Technical support personnel will be on-location before, during, and after the debates in September and October and Election Day in November for full support of TVU customers.

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Philippine Broadcaster GMA Network uses Vizrts Viz Virtual Studio and Social TV solution for Live Election coverage Posted: 20/06/2013

GMA Network, one of the premier commercial broadcast television networks in the Philippines, led the ratings for its live Eleksyon 2013 coverage on its flagship TV channel GMA-7. As one of several GMA media outlets covering the countrys mid-term elections, GMA-7 together with its news channel GMA News TV, provided a total of 28 straight hours of live coverage beginning at 4:30am on election day, May 13th 2013.

Tags: GMA Network | news production | newsroom | election coverage | graphics | Vizrt | social TV | virtual studio
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Leading US Broadcasters Chose Orad for Their Presidential Election Coverage Posted: 07/11/2012

Orad, a leading developer, marketer and distributor of state-of-the-art 3D real-time graphics, video servers, and MAM solutions for the broadcasting markets, announced today that is was chosen by four leading American broadcasters to cover the 2012 US Presidential Elections.
 
Orad has become the global leader in election coverage, having covered most of the worlds major electoral events in 2012. Our powerful and reliable augmented reality, on-air and interactive graphics and studio solutions enable leading broadcasters to captivate their viewers and score big on ratings, Avi Sharir, CEO and president of Orad.
 
Orad enabled US broadcasters to display large quantities of complex election data accurately and in real time. By incorporating compelling 3D charts, graphics and powerful virtual images of the White House and more, broadcasters were able to better tell their stories and keep viewers locked on their channels. Orads broadcast solutions will also be used after the elections to help political analysts define the impact of the electoral results.
 
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Tags: On-Air Graphics | 3D | Augmented Reality | MAM Solutions | Video Servers | Election Coverage | Broadcast
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Worlds Broadcasters Cover Elections with Vizrt Live Video and Graphics Tools Posted: 31/10/2012

On November 6th when results from the United States Presidential election race come pouring in, nearly 90 percent of the world will be watching live video and graphic tabulations produced with Vizrt equipment as Vizrt continues to be the company the world is truly watching. Thousands of Viz Engines will be working overtime for this event, performing real-time video and graphic composites and rendering 2D and 3D animations in SD and HD.

Tags: election coverage | US elections | Vizrt | graphics | 3D animation | live video | broadcasters | Viz Engine | template based graphics
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WHYY Drives Up-to-the-Minute Election Results with Broadcast Pix Fluent Rapid CG Posted: 08/11/2010
WHYY-TV, the PBS member station serving Philadelphia (DMA #4), used the new Fluent¢ Rapid CG option with its Broadcast Pix Slate¢ 5000 video production system last week to streamline its coverage of live election results. With Rapid CG, the station was able to automatically and seamlessly integrate the AP News Wire feed into its on-air graphics, which provided up-to-the-minute results for several significant political races in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

John Doran, WHYY chief engineer, said the use of Fluent Rapid CG helped speed up the process of posting results while maintaining accuracy. Because WHYY personnel did not have to manually input the information from the feed into the CG, the station was able to avoid typing errors and other delays.

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