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Chinese Television System to Deliver Live HD and UHD Sports Coverage of the Summer Universiade With Harmonic Posted: 09/08/2017
Harmonic, the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, today announced that Chinese Television System (CTS) will use a comprehensive video contribution and distribution (C&D) solution from Harmonic during the 29th Summer Universiade, Aug. 19-30, in Taipei, Taiwan. The Universiade is organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) as a worldwide multi-sports event for university athletes. Harmonic is providing CTS with a complete solution for transmitting live HD video content, as well as HEVC-encoded UHD during the grand opening and closing ceremonies, from the various sports stadiums and facilities in Taipei back to its international broadcast center for IP network distribution to television stations, with ultra-low latency transmission.
Tags: Chinese Television System | Live HD | UHD | Sports Coverage | Summer Universiade | Harmonic | broadcast | IP network | live sports
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LiveU IBC 2016 preview Posted: 29/06/2016

Celebrating 10 years of innovation, LiveU continues to set the standard for high-quality and reliable live video acquisition, management and distribution over IP. Since disrupting the broadcast market with cellular bonding, LiveU remains at the forefront of the tech evolution, transforming the way broadcasters and online video content creators produce, integrate, and share high-quality streaming content.

Tags: newsgathering | cellular bonding | sports coverage | streaming | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Belmont Media Center Improves Local Sports Coverage with Broadcast Pix Mica Posted: 01/07/2013

Broadcast Pix today announced Belmont Media Center (BMC), a PEG station with three channels serving the town of Belmont, Mass., has improved its local sports coverage with a new remote HD studio anchored by a Broadcast Pix Mica 500 integrated production system. 

When BMC moved into upgraded facilities in 2009, its new control room was built around a Broadcast Pix Slate 1000 system. Last year, when it was time to build a remote HD studio, the nonprofit organization went back to Broadcast Pix. With volunteer-based production crews, it was important to create a remote system that would be easy, not intimidating, to operate.

We were looking for the latest technology and a company that had good support, said Jeff Hansell, executive director, BMC. After extensive research, we felt that Broadcast Pix was the best match for us. It provides the ability for inexperienced people to learn the system really quickly, and it delivers a very high quality presentation.

Tags: Broadcast Pix | sports coverage | production system | integrated production | Mica | HD | control room | remote HD
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Broadcast Pix Granite Anchors New Production Van for Riverside Government Television Posted: 10/01/2012

Broadcast Pix today announced that Riverside Government Television (GTV), the public, educational, and government (PEG) channel for the City of Riverside, Calif., has anchored its new production van with a Granite 500 integrated live video production system. While the van was not ready for the beginning of the 2011 football season, GTV produced coverage of five high school football games during the final three weeks of the season and has already covered one University of California Riverside basketball game live, with more planned in the near future.

Tags: Broadcast Pix | TV production | news production | live video | video production | sports coverage | control room
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