Broadcast News Archive for August, 2005
01/08/2005 Audio-Technica to introduces re-engineered broadcast and wireless microphones at IBC
Audio-Technica’s industry leading installation microphone series, UniPoint®, has been completely re-engineered, utilising breakthrough audio and mechanical design improvements, to set new standards fo

01/08/2005 Avid previews groundbreaking Softimage|Face Robot facial animation technology
Avid Technology has announced that it will preview Softimage|Face Robot at this week's Siggraph. Hailed as revolutionary facial animation technology, Face Robot software is the first technology that

01/08/2005 BAL launches Mini-Multiviewer
BAL Broadcast has further increased its range of multiviewers with the BALBOX “4 in 1” SDI quad split. The SVMV010 uses the superb picture manipulation engine from its bigger brother, BALPRISM and th

01/08/2005 Grass Valley Viper FilmStream jumpstarts independent feature 'Freezerburn'
A new independent feature that mixes digital data shot with the Grass Valley™ Viper FilmStream™ camera and high-definition video shot with an F900 HDCam video camera is in post production. The 'Free

01/08/2005 Network Electronics to showcase Router Management Control At IBC 2005
Network Electronics has announced plans to showcase upgrades to its widely embraced THOR Router Management System at IBC 2005 in Amsterdam. The new release THOR 3.5.0 will simplify operations of the

01/08/2005 Oasis video encourages new blood
XL Video supplied Oasis with a seven-camera DPU including one of their new GV Zodiac vision mixing desks, three ‘Magic’ DVE’s, a matrix switcher and Dataton control for their UK stadium tour. XL also

01/08/2005 Robotics tops list of Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ products set for IBC debut
Shotoku Broadcast Systems has announced plans to show its new line of intelligently engineered, robotic control camera equipment and a full complement of new and established products at IBC 2005 on St

01/08/2005 Young people from Wales get first break into TV
Eight young people from Wales have beaten off fierce competition to win a coveted place on this year’s Television and Young People initiative (TVYP) and will be now be going to the Edinburgh Televisio