William Montoya, audio team leader for KUED, Salt Lake City, Utah (DMA 30), was looking to improve the overall sound quality of the PBS station’s programs while increasing the studio’s capabilities by upgrading to a 5.1 native broadcast audio console. It wasn’t until the unveiling of Calrec Audio’s Brio 36 that his dream of owning […]
TVB, the largest broadcaster in Hong Kong, is building on its legacy with Calrec Audio with the purchase of a Brio12, its 10th Calrec console purchase. The new Brio joins a fleet of Artemis consoles, including two Artemis Beams and one Artemis Light console that were purchased last year, as part of TVB’s on-going audio technology upgrade. […]
In 2018, Calrec Audio sold 40 of its Brio audio consoles to a number of Japanese broadcasters. The customers are a mix of existing and new. The installations were provided by Calrec’s exclusive Japanese distributor, Hibino Intersound, which said the customers are using their Brios in a variety of ways, including for sub-mixing or as backup consoles. […]
Calrec Audio’s Brio36 digital audio console was the console of choice for Rush Media’s recently completed six-unit OB fleet. Primarily used for sports broadcast, the mobile unit provider was looking for a high-quality audio console with a small footprint. Each of Rush Media’s new mobile units are custom built, 40-foot straight trucks with expanding sides. Each truck includes eight […]
With the Winter Olympics underway from Pyeongchang, South Korea, here’s a look at some of the various tech vendors and the equipment that’s making it possible for NBC to provide a record 2,400 hours of coverage.
NBC’s first night, before Friday’s opening ceremony, had the feel of spring training. You could see it in the team ice skating, where men took tumbles one after the other. NBC’s Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir, to their credit, didn’t make excuses for anyone
Modern and powerful — yet cost-effective — products are now helping broadcasters do more for less, and in less space. And cost reduction does not need to affect the quality of output. IP connectivity makes live event coverage even more affordable and accessible, allowing for cloud-based workflows and very cost-effective bulk transport of uncompressed media.
Calrec Audio | Booth C3118 | Website: calrec.com Calrec Audio shines a Ray on the 2017 NAB Show by launching the latest addition to its Artemis family of consoles. Artemis Ray has 456 fully featured input channels — making it more powerful than the Artemis Beam. Further, Artemis Ray can handle up to 72 faders, […]
Calrec Audio | Booth C3118 | Website: calrec.com Calrec Audio has been a broadcast specialist for more than 50 years, developing a range of digital consoles relied on by broadcasters around the world. Brio Compact Digital Audio Console — Calrec’s new Brio console is the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its […]
Husson University’s New England School of Communications (NESCom) in Bangor, Maine, has installed a Calrec Audio Summa audio console to give its video production and audio engineering students hands-on experience on an industry-standard desk. “A huge advantage of our program is that students train on the same equipment they will be using to earn a […]
Broadcast audio specialist Calrec Audio has announced that it has added Automixer — an automatic mixing function, to its Bluefin2 signal-processing engine, the driving force behind its Apollo and Artemis mixing consoles. The new feature is expected to come in handy when broadcasting panel-style discussion shows where guests might speak over each other and dramatically […]
Miami PBS station WPBT has installed its second Calrec console in its new HD control room known as Studio B. The station uses the studio to produce its own local programs and can rent it for client productions through its for-profit facility, Comtel. WPBT also supplies the production facilities for public broadcasting’s Nightly Business Report. […]
Pittsburgh-based mobile production company NEP Supershooters has purchased two Calrec Audio Artemis Beam mixing consoles for its all-Calrec fleet. The Artemis consoles will be installed in two new HD trucks that will get rolling in the spring. Supershooters’ domestic fleet is deployed throughout North America, with occasional trips to Hawaii, South America and Australia. The […]
Saint Paul, Minn.-based Twin Cities Public Television (TPT), licensee of KTCA and KTCI Minneapolis (DMA 15), is adding a Calrec Omega audio console to its equipment lineup. The new console will enhance TPT’s studio, live-to-air and live-to-tape production capabilities. TPT plans to have the Omega installed and in operation by Nov. 1. The 40-fader Omega […]
2011 NAB Show Preview Calrec Audio Booth C1746 Calrec Audio will make its U.S. debut of Hydra2 Operator, or H2O, a new, remotely-accessible management system that enhances the flexibility of its Hydra2 network router. H2O allows the user to control the Hydra2 network independently from any console control surface. Users will be able to set […]
Calrec Audio today announced an agreement to supply two top-of-the-line Apollo audio consoles with Bluefin2 signal processing to CBS Television City. These new consoles will serve studios that have produced, among many other top-rated shows, 12 Survivor finales, Dancing with the Stars, American Idol and A Tribute to Heroes, which was broadcast around the world. […]