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TF1 Choses Axon Cerebrum Software For Router Control Posted: 03/01/2019
TF1 Choses Axon and rsquo;s Cerebrum Software For Router Control
When French broadcaster TF1 began looking for a control system to manage its new distributed router, there was only one product on the market that could meet all its requirements – Axon Digital Design’s Cerebrum Master Control Software.
Tags: Axon Digital Design | 4K | IP | TFi | Cerebrum
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Dejero and ExpertFile Partner to Enhance Broadcast Newsroom Access to Expert Sources Posted: 08/06/2017
Dejero and ExpertFile Partner to Enhance Broadcast Newsroom Access to Expert Sources

Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that simplify the transport of live video and real-time data across remote or mobile IP networks, has forged a partnership with ExpertFile, a global search engine and content platform for experts. The powerful new media collaboration now makes it easier than ever to find expert viewpoints and sources, saving broadcast reporters and editors valuable time in the newsroom.

Tags: Dejero | ExpertFile
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PMC Helps Whitfield Mastering With A Seamless Move Posted: 23/01/2017
PMC Helps Whitfield Mastering With A Seamless Move
Some careers are more portable than others. These days, if you have an office job and a computer, the chances are you can work pretty much anywhere with a broadband connection and a laptop. But as a mastering engineer, moving your entire studio, including delicate vintage technology such as vinyl cutting lathes, is a bit more of a challenge and precisely recreating the acoustics of your old rooms can be next to impossible.
Tags: PMC Speakers | Whitfield Mastering | Naweed Ahmed | BB5 Speakers
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Calrec Audio console manages sound from keyboard made of bananas on TFI Friday, courtesy of Presteigne Broadcast Hire Posted: 26/01/2016
Calrec Audio console manages sound from keyboard made of bananas on TFI Friday, courtesy of Presteigne Broadcast Hire
U.K.-based rental company Presteigne Broadcast Hire has added a Calrec Artemis audio console to its rental line-up. The console's first customer, One-Ten Productions, rented studio and production facilities for the revived "TFI Friday" programme. One-Ten used the Artemis to manage audio for the most recent run of the lively and dynamic weekly show, which is anchored by live music and guest interviews. 
Tags: Calrec Audio | console | TFI Friday
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Forscene Deployed Across Leftfield Entertainment Group Posted: 04/11/2015
Forscene Deployed Across Leftfield Entertainment Group
Forbidden, makers of the market-leading professional video editing software, Forscene, today announced that U.S.-based Leftfield Entertainment (LFE) has chosen to deploy Forscene across its group of production companies to provide a flexible and efficient post-production solution. The purchase comes after the cloud-based post-production platform was tested on the series "Football Town."  Forscene provided remote access to media, allowing producers in the field to collaborate with the post-production team back at base, expediting media processing and ingest as well as transcription.   
Tags: Forbidden | Forscene | Leftfield Entertainment Group
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NEWTEK ANNOUNCES NDI OPEN PROTOCOL FOR IP PRODUCTION WORKFLOW Posted: 09/09/2015
NEWTEK ANNOUNCES NDI  OPEN PROTOCOL FOR IP PRODUCTION WORKFLOW

NewTek today announced Network Device Interface (NDI), a new open standard for live production IP workflows over Ethernet networks. NDI allows multiple video systems to identify and communicate with one another over IP, and to encode, transmit and receive many streams of high quality, low latency, frame-accurate video and audio in real-time. This new protocol can benefit any network-connected video device, including video mixers, graphics systems, capture cards, and many other production devices. NDI connectivity will be available in Q4 as a royalty free software developer kit (SDK) for anyone wanting to enable IP workflows in their facilities, or in production devices and systems they manufacture. 

Tags: NewTek | Dr Andrew Cross | NDI | Brainstorm | CasparCG | CharacterWorks | ChyronHego | ClassX | Compix | EasyWorship | Gnural Net | Graphics Outfitters | LiveXpert | Media 5 | PlayBox Technology | Teradek | Vizrt | Wasp3D | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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