Broadcast News Archive for November, 2015
11/11/2015 Audio Helps Deliver Strictly Experience
While Strictly Come Dancing is mainly about the visual spectacle of the ballroom – fantastic sets, amazing choreography and stunning graphics – its often neglected cousin, audio, has a huge role to pl

11/11/2015 Barnfind's BarnOne Deployed For Studio
Barnfind Technologies' BarnOne series has been chosen as the signal transport system for a new mobile four-channel Ulstra-HD/EFP (Electronic Field Production) studio for Zhongshan Broadcasting & Telev

11/11/2015 Broadcasters Benefit From The Cloud
Today's broadcast landscape is undergoing significant changes, as TV networks look to address consumer demand for personalized content, including advertisements, on every screen. By K.A. Srinivasan, C

11/11/2015 Harmonic Confirms Availability Of NASA TV UHD
Harmonic has confirmed that NASA TV UHD, the first consumer Ultra HD (UHD) channel in North America, is now available. Using an end-to-end UHD delivery system from Harmonic, NASA's video channel provi

11/11/2015 IP Tech In The Broadcast Industry
Over the years, broadcasters have had to cope with huge technological change: the shift to colour, digital and high definition to name just a few. So why should the move to IP based technology be any

11/11/2015 New Chief Executive For The Foundry
The Foundry has announced the appointment of Alex Mahon as its new Chief Executive. Alex was previously the CEO of Shine Group which she joined in 2006. The production company is behind shows such

11/11/2015 Shure Supports Reading University Upgrade
Shure Distribution UK Systems Group has supported a major upgrade of the audio system at Reading University's G10 Theatre, it has been announced. The company provided AV Integrator, Snelling Business

11/11/2015 Success Continues For Baselight Editions
Filmlight's Baselight Editions – a series of plugins which put complex, high quality grading capabilities into popular post tools – is now available, free to use, to read and render grades. As the gra

11/11/2015 Why Your Marketing Mix Will Benefit From Animation – Every Time
Online video is currently hot, hot property. The online community are looking to web-based video to educate, entertain, and inform. With many organisations adding well-crafted animated videos to t

10/11/2015 Canon Unveils The CJ20ex7.8B
Canon has unveiled the CJ20ex7.8B – a 2/3" portable 4K zoom lens for professional broadcast. It offers a 20x zoom ratio and focal-length range from 7.8mm to 156mm. First demonstrated as a prototyp

10/11/2015 Dejero Launches LIVE+ Transceiver
Dejero has launched the LIVE+ Transceiver – a combination encoder/decoder for IP video transport over the company's LIVE+ platform. The transceiver has the ability to accept IP inputs and feed IP

10/11/2015 FileCatalyst Deployed For FIFA Women's World Cup
Pronology has announced the integration of FileCatalyst with its own Media Asset Management (MAM) software to accelerate the transfer of digital assets during FOX Sports' recent coverage of the FIFA W

10/11/2015 HMS Media Solutions, Joiz Global Join Forces
HMS Media Solutions and joiz Global have joined forces to provide a fully integrated end-to-end solution for live TV, video-on-demand (VOD) and community interaction. The partnership will enable media

10/11/2015 MAM Silver Lining
MAM solutions have served broadcasters and global media companies for over a decade however two key challenges remain: cost-effectiveness and practical deployment. By Julián Fernández-Campón, Director

10/11/2015 Migrating The Archive
As broadcast and media infrastructures become firmly file-based, with an eye on moving to the cloud, attention is increasingly turning to the archive. Finished programmes, rushes and clips have to be

10/11/2015 RTW, TC Electronic End Partnership
RTW and TC Electronic have mutually decided to end their five-year partnership. In a statement, both companies said they would work to ensure a "smooth transition" for TC TouchMonitor customers. R

10/11/2015 Sony Confirms New Products
Sony has made a number of product announcements, including the new PXW-X400, an expanded UWP-D series ENG audio solution, and an upgraded Catalyst Production Suite – Catalyst Prepare 2015.1 and Cataly

10/11/2015 The Studio And Its Equipment
So, you're building your own studio? That's great! But where do you start? Establishing what the requirements are and what content you're trying to produce should be the first port of call to inform y

09/11/2015 A Radio Broadcast Studio – Acoustical Qualities
Studio acoustic can be adjusted to the studio use, so what is needed? Whatever the style or music genre, listenership is king! By Edward Veale, Principal, Veale Associates. The link between statio

09/11/2015 Avid Releases New Pro Tools Update
Avid has announced the release of a new software update for Avid Pro Tools. It is available to customers with Avid All Access plans, and continues to provide audio and music professionals with more cr

09/11/2015 DR Archive Workflows Reach For The Cloud
After years of hype, the cloud is now becoming a viable option for broadcasters and content owners who want secure, long-term storage for disaster recovery workflows, writes Lee Sheppard, SGL's Direct

09/11/2015 Movietech To Sponsor Cinematography Award
Movietech has announced it is to sponsor this year's British Arrows Craft Award for Best Cinematography. The British Arrows Craft Awards were launched in 1996 to recognise the skills at work in th

09/11/2015 PlayBox Technology Adds To Team
PlayBox Technology has announced a further two additions to its board. Stanislav (Sunny) Petkov has been appointed Chief Technical Officer and will oversee the ongoing development of the TV Automa

09/11/2015 Using Animation As An Online Strategy
Why you should be using animation as part of your online strategy... A considered and crafted animation can pay dividends in your overall communications strategy. A great animated video can expand

09/11/2015 VUBIQUITY Unveils New Initiative
VUBIQUITY has announced a new initiative that would allow consumers to buy digital content – initially movies – in high street shopping outlets. The premium content services provider confirmed it had