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Acronis CyberthreatsReport predicts 2021 will be the year of extortion Posted: 02/12/2020
Acronis CyberthreatsReport predicts 2021 will be the and ldquo;year of extortion and rdquo;

Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, today released its 2020 Acronis Cyberthreats Report, its in-depth review of the current threat landscape and projections for the coming year. Based on the protection and security challenges that were amplified by the shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic, Acronis warns 2021 will bring aggressive cybercrime activity as criminals pivot their attacks from data encryption to data exfiltration.

Tags: Acronis | cyber security | ransomware | malware | cybercrime | data exfiltration
Submitted by A3 Communications
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CJP Broadcast Reports a Turbulent but Successful 2020 Posted: 02/12/2020
CJP Broadcast Reports a Turbulent but Successful 2020

Multimedia systems integrator, equipment specialist and service provider CJP Broadcast reports a challenging but successful 2020.

“2020 was expected to be the year when 8K became a practical resolution for future-focused TV and digital cine content producers,” comments CJP Broadcast MD Chris Phillips. “Instead the media world, like everyone else, had to face the upheaval of a pandemic. The consequent restrictions on social gathering had one positive effect in encouraging organisations with a strong membership base to explore the potential of television. We’ve been working with several football clubs by making their matches accessible to fans who would otherwise have attended in person. We also successfully completed a video production and live streaming project for the highest-profile semi-finals and final in the UK football calendar. This solution centred on our Live Sports Production System which was deployed to augment the traditional broadcast coverage with behind-the-scenes content. The resultant video content was then made available online for easy access by supporters during and after each match.”



Tags: CJP Broadcast Service Solutions Limited | ITIL based service desk solutions | broadcast tape digitisation | film digitisation | broadcast TV studio system integration | technical support services | live sports production system | Streamstar | Mo-Sys StarTracker S
Submitted by Stylus Media Communications
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Dejero Saves Bottle Tree Pictures Tens of Thousands of Dollars on Live Streaming Costs Posted: 02/12/2020
Dejero Saves Bottle Tree Pictures Tens of Thousands of Dollars on Live Streaming Costs

Dejero’s EnGo mobile transmitter made it possible for Boston-based video and creative services agency, Bottle Tree Pictures, to save tens of thousands of dollars on live streaming during its recent production of the “Toro Cooks for Jimmy” celebrity cooking fundraiser for The Jimmy Fund and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

Tags: Dejero | Bottle Tree Pictures | live streaming | EnGo | mobile transmitter | Boston | Toro Cooks for Jimmy | The Jimmy Fund | Dana Farber Cancer Institute | COVID-19 | charity | Josh Elliott | Toro | Dan Gruenpeter | Smart Blending Technology | Alex Enman | MKM Marcomms
Submitted by MKM Marketing Communications
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VUALTO VUDRM solution protects France Televisions audiovisual content Posted: 02/12/2020
VUALTO and rsquo;s VUDRM solution protects France T and eacute;l and eacute;visions and rsquo; audiovisual content

VUALTO, a leading live and on-demand video streaming and DRM provider, today announced that France Télévisions, the French public broadcaster and leading audiovisual group in France, has chosen to implement VUALTO’s digital rights management solution, VUDRM, to protect and deliver its audiovisual content across all its digital platforms.

Tags: VUALTO | France Télévisions | VOD | VUDRM | Broadcast | DRM
Submitted by Whiteoaks
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TAG Video Systems achieves AWS Technology Partner status, offers clients even greater accessibility and flexibility to deploy broadcast applications Posted: 01/12/2020
TAG Video Systems achieves AWS Technology Partner status, offers clients even greater accessibility and flexibility to deploy broadcast applications

TAG Video Systems, a leader in integrated software-based IP Probing, Monitoring and Multiviewer solutions, has announced that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Select Technology Partner status. Companies who reach AWS Select Technology Partner status have met strict technical and business criteria. The announcement was made by Kevin Joyce, TAG’s Zer0 Friction Officer, who emphasized that the relationship will help customers cut a clear and simplified path toward an IP-based workflow in the cloud. When coupled with TAG's Zer0 Friction flexible, on demand OPEX operating model it removes barriers to deploy broadcast applications in the cloud.

Tags: TAG Video Systems | Multiviewers | Multiviewer technologies | 100% SW | 100% IP | 100% COTS/Cloud | Probing | Monitoring | Zer0 Friction | TAG | TAG VS | Kevin Joyce | Paul Briscoe | AWS Technology Partner
Submitted by Desert Moon
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Mo-Sys transforms radio studio into virtual production studio Posted: 01/12/2020
Mo-Sys transforms radio studio into virtual production studio

Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for virtual studios and augmented reality, collaborated with talkRADIO, the UK’s leading commercial radio news service, to create a turnkey virtual production environment which was first used for coverage of the US presidential election.

Tags: Mo-Sys | Mo-Sys StarTracker Studio | Mo-Sys VP Pro | talkRADIO | virtual production | virtual studio | virtual production studio | camera tracking | VFX | LED walls
Submitted by Manor Marketing
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ELEMENTS continue to support industry with free access to remote editing software ELEMENTS Satellite Posted: 01/12/2020
ELEMENTS continue to support industry with free access to remote editing software and ndash; ELEMENTS Satellite

Recognising ongoing restrictions in today’s workplace, ELEMENTS, provider of innovative, high-performance media storage and server systems for the post-production and broadcast industry, is providing exclusive support by offering a one-month, limited free trial of ELEMENTS Satellite.  




Tags: Satellite | designed | media | storage | systems | post-production | broadcast | security | remote
Submitted by Manor Marketing
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M6 Embraces The Benefits Of Evertz IP Technology For Its New Playout Centre Posted: 01/12/2020
M6 Embraces The Benefits Of Evertz IP Technology For Its New Playout Centre

Leading French broadcaster Metropole Television SA (commonly known as the M6 Group) has futureproofed its new Master Control Room near Paris by placing state of the art Evertz IP technology at the heart of its operation. The switch from SDI to IP (ST 2110) will allow M6 to easily incorporate new HD services, new delivery platforms and new video formats such as Ultra HD 4K and 8K.

Tags: Evertz | M6 | Metropole Television | IP Technology
Submitted by White Noise Public Relations Ltd
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LiveU and Grass Valley Team Up to Offer an End-to-End Solution for Remote Live Productions in the Cloud Posted: 01/12/2020
LiveU and Grass Valley Team Up to Offer an End-to-End Solution for Remote Live Productions in the Cloud

LiveU and Grass Valley are joining forces to offer a pre-integrated cloud-based solution for remote live productions, enabling customers to simplify their processes and automate live and non-live news and sports productions in an efficient, agile and customizable workflow.

Tags: cloud | newsgathering | live production
Submitted by Jump PR
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Powerhouse Audio Team Creates Custom Mic Solutions for Canada Interim House of Commons Posted: 30/11/2020
Powerhouse Audio Team Creates Custom Mic Solutions for Canada and rsquo;s Interim House of Commons

As longtime audio solutions providers for the Canadian government, GerrAudio and Engineering Harmonics have a steady grasp on the needs of its officials. When the companies’ principals were presented with the challenge of creating a custom podium microphone solution for the interim House of Commons, they reached out to DPA Microphones. The custom solution is based off DPA’s 4081 mics along with a DPA TSM 4001 shock-mount, which fit into the cutouts of the Parliament’s existing podium units.

Tags: DPA Microphones | Installation | Live Sound
Submitted by D. Pagan Communications
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CRYSTAL VISION RELEASES FLEXIBLE PROFANITY DELAY THAT WORKS WITH BOTH IP AND SDI Posted: 30/11/2020
CRYSTAL VISION RELEASES FLEXIBLE PROFANITY DELAY THAT WORKS WITH BOTH IP AND SDI

The M-CLEANIT is Crystal Vision's new profanity delay system which is designed to prevent the broadcast of unwanted or offensive video or audio material. Equally suited to IP and SDI environments, the M-CLEANIT's flexibility allows it to be fully customised for any workflow. With intuitive control from a smart button box and separate reaction controls to event and restore, the M-CLEANIT offers the biggest choice of ways to deal with video and audio profanities to keep broadcast content protected – including clean switching to two different video sources or a web page, blurring the video, showing black or blue or colour bars, muting individual audio channels and switching to another audio source. To give the operator time to react, the M-CLEANIT allows an IP or SDI live content stream to be delayed by up to 600 frames, which is 24 seconds in 1080i50, 20 seconds in 1080i59.94, 12 seconds in 720p50/1080p50 and ten seconds in 1080p59.94. The M-CLEANIT is a software app that runs on the MARBLE-V1 media processor hardware, a card which features a powerful CPU/GPU processor and both SDI and 10GbE IP network interface connections and which is housed in the Vision frame.

Tags: Crystal Vision | IP profanity delay | SDI profanity delay | video profanity delay | audio profanity delay
Submitted by Crystal Vision Ltd.
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Ben Baptie Makes Space For A Neve and reg; Genesys Console In His New London Studio Posted: 25/11/2020
Ben Baptie Makes Space For A Neve and reg; Genesys Console In His New London Studio

Producer and mix engineer Ben Baptie has put a Neve® Genesys console at the heart of Studio 5, his new project studio in North London which officially opened in September after months of intense designing and planning.

Tags: AMS Neve | Neve Genesys Black Console | Ben Baptie | Studio 5
Submitted by White Noise Public Relations Ltd
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Prasad Corp to digitize precious newsreel footage for the National Archives of Estonia Posted: 25/11/2020
Prasad Corp to digitize precious newsreel footage for the National Archives of Estonia

Prasad Corp, which offers a comprehensive range of preservation, digitization and restoration services worldwide, has signed a deal to digitize a considerable part of the newsreel collection of the Film Archive of the National Archives of Estonia (NAE). NAE’s newsreel collection consists of 275 hours of audiovisual material and documents a broad range of culturally significant Estonian history spanning over 70 years, currently only around 10% of which has been digitized in HD or higher.

Tags: Prasad Corp | digitization | Estonia
Submitted by Bubble Agency
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Mo-Sys Creates Spectacle for Live Music Extravaganza Posted: 25/11/2020
Mo-Sys Creates Spectacle for Live Music Extravaganza

Mo-Sys Engineering, a world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for virtual studios and augmented reality, took a central role in the Covid-safe production of a live online entertainment awards show. Normally held in a stadium venue, this year production company and media technologists Bild Studios used virtual reality with the intent of keeping the same scope and excitement as any physical show in the past.

Tags: camera tracking | LED walls | virtual production | virtual studio | virtual reality graphics | VFX | Mo-Sys | Mo-Sys StarTracker | Bild Studios | Arri cameras
Submitted by Manor Marketing
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URSA Broadcast Captures ITVs Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh Posted: 25/11/2020
URSA Broadcast Captures ITVs Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh

Blackmagic Design today announced that Penny Lane TV, with the help of Altered Images Ltd, used three URSA Broadcast fiber chains to produce the new UK lifestyle magazine series, Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh.

Tags: Blackmagic Design | Blackmagic | URSA Broadcast | Broadcast | ATEM | Live Production | ITV | Talkshow | Alan Titchmarsh
Submitted by Blackmagic design
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