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Riedel MediorNet Powers Robust and Decentralized Routing Infrastructure for HD Broadcasts Upgraded HD1 Posted: 17/01/2017
HD Broadcast, a major German provider of live production and outside broadcasting (OB) services, has upgraded its HD1 mobile production truck with Riedel Communications' MediorNet real-time network. Three MediorNet Compact Pro frames and six Riedel MicroN high-density media distribution network devices are connected over a 10 Gbps optical fiber network to create a fully redundant, decentralized routing matrix. Working in combination with HD Broadcast's existing Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system, the highly scalable new MediorNet infrastructure combines fully integrated signal transport, routing, and processing with pristine communications.
Tags: Riedel Communications | MediorNet | Routing | Infrastructure | HD Broadcast | HD1 | live production | outside broadcasting | mobile production truck
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Dejero Introduces LIVE+ EnGo, a Compact and Modular Transmitter for Remote Video Acquisition Posted: 10/04/2015

Dejero, an innovator in the remote acquisition, cloud management, and multiscreen distribution of professional live video over IP, today announced the launch of LIVE+ EnGo, a compact camera-mounted or wearable transmitter for remote video acquisition. LIVE+ EnGo encodes H.264 video and transmits it over multiple IP networks to deliver exceptional picture quality with extremely low latency. Its modular design enables the attachment of swappable wireless modules to customize LIVE+ EnGo to the locally available wireless network infrastructure, and for use around the world.

Tags: Dejero | LIVE+ EnGo | Outside Broadcasting | 2015 NAB Show | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Irelands Observe Outside Broadcasting Chooses Calrec for First Truck in U.K. Expansion Posted: 30/04/2014
Observe Outside Broadcasting, one of Ireland's leading outside broadcast (OB) providers, has installed a Calrec Artemis digital audio console in a new OB truck -- the first truck at its new London operation, OBSTV. OBSTV will use the console to mix and route audio signals for a variety of live programming focused on sports, music, and special events.
Tags: Calrec Audio | Observe Outside Broadcasting | OBSTV | Artemis | Hydra
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Snell Partners With Danmon Svenska AB and Twentyfourseven to Deliver Groundbreaking Distance Outside Broadcasting Service Posted: 11/04/2013

On the show floor at the 2013 NAB Show today, Snell announced that it has formed a three-way partnership with its Swedish reseller, Danmon Svenska AB, and Twentyfourseven, one of Scandinavia's largest providers of production and broadcast services and equipment. Through Danmon Svenska, Snell has sold a suite of its next-generation Kahuna 360 production switching, IQ Modular, and Sirius routing systems to Twentyfourseven for its upcoming Distance Outside Broadcasting (DOB) service as well as for two new fixed control rooms. 

Tags: Snell | Danmon Svenska AB | Twentyfourseven | Distance Outside Broadcasting | NAB 2013 | NAB 2013
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C2S SYSTEMS BUILDS DUAL-TRUCK OB FOR SUPERSPORT Posted: 03/11/2011

 

 

C2S Systems, the systems integration arm of WTS based in Leeds, has completed the second of two HD Outside Broadcast units for South African broadcaster SuperSport. The two-part project was commissioned in October 2010 following completion of a three-studio complex by C2S Systems for SuperSport and their sister company, M-Net, in Nigeria. Thefirst half of the project, OB1, was delivered in April this year. The two OBs were ordered as part of SuperSports expansion and upgrade plan, to provide enhanced coverage of the Nigerian football and basket ball leagues in HD, freeing the current fleet for coverage of other sports and events. Both of the new OBs will also be used as general production units for M-Net.

Tags: Outside broadcast systems integration | OB trucks | OB units | systems integrators | C2S Systems Leeds | SuperSport | Sports Broadcast trucks | live production units | outside broadcast units | broadcast systems | OB Systems | OB truck builders | OB vans | broadcast systems integration | African broadcaster | broadcasting systems | outside broadcasting systems | sports broadcasting trucks
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Camera Corps new CC-3D Universal RCP allows comprehensive 3D and 2D remote camera control Posted: 02/03/2011
Scheduled for launch at NAB Show 2011 in Las Vegas, the Camera Corps CC-3D Universal RCP allows six cameras of different makes and models and to be comprehensively remote controlled from a single panel. 
 
"The broadcast industry is experiencing a surge in demand for efficient stereoscopic production equipment to meet the needs of new 3D television channels," comments Camera Corps Technical Director Jim Daniels. "The CC-3D Universal RCP is equally suitable for use with 3D and 2D systems. Up to two stereoscopic rigs can be controlled on a paired-camera basis to maintain predetermined adjustment offsets between left and right cameras, or as individual cameras if preferred. The panel is intuitive to operate, allowing fast and easy operation during outside broadcasts as well as for live stage or studio events."
Tags: 3D television production | 3D outside broadcasting | 3d camera robotics
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Camera Corps Q-Ball and Goal-Cam capture the field in Warsaw Posted: 03/11/2010
Multiproduction, one of Poland's busiest outside broadcast companies, has invested in three Camera Corps Q-Ball robotic camera systems and two Goal-Cams. All five cameras cut their teeth on 24 September, providing 1080-line HD coverage of the Polish national league match between Legia Warszawa and previous-season champion team Lech Poznan. 
 
"The Q-Balls are fantastic," comments Multiproduction's senior OB engineer Krzysztof Bronowski. "We first saw them in use during this year's World Cup and made a day-trip to Camera Corps' UK headquarters where we were able to try out the entire system. They are very compact and very robustly constructed as well as being fully weatherproof. For the Legia Warszawa versus Lech Poznan game, we positioned one Q-Ball behind each goal to provide wide-angle as well as close-up shots of approaching action. Each of these was supplemented by a Camera Corps Goal-Cam providing a diagonal view of the entire goal mouth from an upper corner of the net. The third Q-Ball was mounted in the commentator booth. All five cameras work perfectly, giving very good quality pictures of the action both in daylight and artificial light. Pan, tilt and zoom are all smooth enough to be usable on air. Since the first shoot in September, this system has been used at additional football events and during a Euroleague basketball match on 27 October."
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CAMERA CORPS HEADS TO BUDAPEST FOR EUROPEAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Posted: 06/09/2010
A five-strong Camera Corps team headed to Budapest in August to support coverage of the 2010 European Swimming Championships for Eurosport. Working in co-operation with Alfacam, MTV Hungary and Satellite Information Services, Camera Corps provided Underwater Remote Camera Systems, Hitachi DKH-32 cameras on MiniShot heads, and a Poolside Tracking System.
 
"The championships were held outdoors from August 4 to 15 at the Hajos Alfred-Tamas Szchy venue on Margaret Island," explains Operations Manager Matt Frost. We commenced installation and testing on the first day of August. The entire event was captured in high definition. It followed the general pattern of the 2009 World Swimming Championships in Rome which we covered for FINA."
Tags: Poolside Tracking System | outside broadcasting | television sports
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