Fox will use more than 100 manned and robotic cameras to cover the game, including 24 “Super-Motion” cameras to support replays; 20 goal-line and end-line pylon cameras; wireless “Line to Gain” cameras that travel up and down the field in alignment with the first-down marker; and two different SkyCam systems which operate at different elevations. It will also use 72 field mics, as well as wireless player mics, to capture game audio. And that’s just scratching the surface.
Live video production used to be synonymous with the broadcast industry, but the last decade has seen a content explosion as corporations, sports clubs, stadiums, live event organizers and educators have all harnessed the story-telling power of live video to benefit their audiences. Cornerstone Technologies (based in Salt Lake City, Utah), watched this emerging trend […]
Audio over IP (AoIP) networking technology is experiencing higher adoption among TV broadcasters, prompted in part by a new transport standard ensuring more interoperability. Many of those embracing IP no longer think of audio production as an island, but as connected networks prompting interoperability to become an important factor. Above, SSL’s System T AoIP production system runs on COTS hardware like Cisco switches.
Danish production company Fjord Film has chosen Riedel Communications‘ MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing technology and Artist digital matrix intercom for its all-new OB van. Working in concert, MediorNet and Artist form the signal distribution and communications nerve center for the van. Fjord Film designed and constructed the van with additional expertise provided […]
The largest multimedia operation in the Spanish-speaking world is currently undertaking a major technical upgrade based around IP-based mixing and routing systems from German broadcast technology innovator, Lawo. Mexico’s Televisa is renewing the facilities in San Ángel (CDMX) used to produce telenovelas and other live programming, upgrading from stand-alone studio operation to a fully networked […]
Haivision, a provider of in video streaming solutions, today announced SRTHub, a new media routing cloud service that enables broadcasters to securely and reliably transport live video globally for contribution, production, and distribution workflows. SRTHub streamlines field contribution by routing media from IoT-connected video encoders to production facilities, and enables low latency live streaming and fast […]
Lawo | Booth N1424 | Website: www.lawo.com. Lawo will launch a new flagship audio production console that is fully IP-based and specifically designed to provide optimized performance within video production environments. Addressing applications requiring very large format mixing and routing functionality, the desk offers a number of innovative mix-assist systems that enable engineers to […]
DNF Controls | Booth North Hall 3927 | Website: http://www.dnfcontrols.com/ GTP-30 (For radio and TV) — DNF’s GTP-30 streamlines the path to full IP control. The modular, scalable unit offer the Company’s GTP-32’s workhorse power, but without the physical I/O. It can be used it to drive video/KVM routers, production switchers, multi-viewers, servers and DDRs, graphic […]
General Media Group Moldova, Moldova’s largest private broadcaster with three general channels plus a 24/7 news channel, has gone HD across all channels, using Snell routing, infrastructure and production switching systems. The Snell equipment was supplied via regional partner, Romtek. The entire project was handled by systems integrator Broadcast Systems International (BSI), and involved integrating […]
Nevion, a provider of next-generation managed media transport, comes to IBC with a new highly scalable, end-to-end broadcast system based on mixed IP, optical and/or electrical distributed routing. The Distributed Broadcast Infrastructure Solution allows use of any infrastructure resource at any site, regardless of distance and location. Its flexibility comes from a distributed routing system […]