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La Grange Post Chooses JMR SHARE Networked Storage Server as Central Storage Hub for Facility

JMR Electronics, Inc. a leading provider of scalable storage solutions, announced today that southern California based La Grange Post had chosen the company’s BlueStorTM SHARE Networked Storage Server as their central storage hub, in addition to adding JBOD expansion for 200TB capacity to power future growth. La Grange Post, which opened its doors in 2008, provides content companies and producers ...

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disguise Powers Longest Ever AR Centered Broadcast at Opening Ceremony of 2019 Pakistan Super League

The Pakistan Cricket Board started the 2019 season with something truly spectacular. Right before the first match, an awe-inspiring opening ceremony took place at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium – but this was unlike any event ever seen in the tournament’s history. Broadcast to over 50 million people around the world, the 60-minute Pakistan Super League opening ceremony combined mind-blowing ...

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Jeri Palumbo Discusses her Impressive Career, eSports and the Future of Audio Mixing

Q: Can you provide some background on who you are and what you do? A: I have nearly 30 years of technical experience, ranging from live audio engineering of major league sports and entertainment broadcasts to being a recording engineer/producer and arranger, where it all started. I also have a background in IT technology and dabbled as an Avid editor.  ...

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Ben Hausdorff Shoots Pentatonix and New Kirstin Maldonado Music Videos with Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

Fremont, CA – July 17, 2019 – Blackmagic Design today announced director and videographer Ben Hausdorff used the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K to shoot music videos for Pentatonix’s new Ariana Grande medley. Hausdorff also used the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K to shoot Kirstin Maldonado’s upcoming music video for her cover of Selena’s ‘I Could Fall in Love.’ Pentatonix is a ...

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Densitron Announces Acquisition of IDS Platform

Kent, UK, 17 July 2019 – Densitron, the global leader in innovative Human Machine Interaction (HMI) and display technology, has announced the acquisition of the Intelligent Display Systems (IDS) platform from Cambridge-based broadcast business IPE. IDS combines proprietary hardware and software allowing broadcasters to connect, control and automate devices and activities in and around the studio. Information and content from ...

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Nevion Celebrates Successful First Half of 2019

Nevion, award-winning provider of virtualized media production solutions, is celebrating a successful first half of the year in which it signed several significant, high profile deals, achieved a record order intake of more than NOK 200 million (US$ 23 million) and was one of the few in its category to successfully test for the JT-NM SMPTE ST 2110 standard. Further ...

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Globecast welcomes Berto Guzman as VP, Head of Content Acquisition Aggregation and Distribution for the Americas

Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, and one of the largest content distributors in the world with a portfolio of over 250 networks in 19 languages, has announced Berto Guzman as Vice President, Head of Content Acquisition Aggregation and Distribution (CAAD) for the Americas, effective immediately. Guzman is responsible for programmer partnerships and platform distribution to build upon the ...

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AJA FS-HDR Powers First-Ever Simultaneous UltraHD HDR / HD SDR Broadcast for South Korean Audiences

Exploration into the endangered habitats of bears and the global crises that threaten the species recently aired in a landmark broadcast event for South Korean audiences. In January 2019, leading domestic television network MBC broadcast “Bear,” an episodic nature documentary series exploring the impact of climate change and urbanization on pandas, grizzlies, polar bears and beyond. This marked the first ...

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Emerson College Adopts Broadcast Pix BPswitch Integrated Production Switcher for Student Sports Production

Chelmsford, Mass. – July 16, 2019 – Broadcast Pix™ today announced Emerson College, a private college in Boston devoted to communication and the arts, is using a new BPswitch™ GX integrated production switcher to produce live coverage of four team sports on campus. Installed in late 2018 during winter break, the new BPswitch was used throughout last season when the ...

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Globecast brings The Total Africa Cup of Nations to the world in 4K alongside VOD content creation

Globecast is extending its relationship with the organisers and rights holders of the Total Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, bringing the 2019 event to the world. The tournament began on June 21st with the final taking place on July 19th. Globecast is working in partnership with the Egyptian Local Organising Committee (LOC), Lagardère Sports, managers and marketers of sports ...

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LiveU Matrix Gives Broadcasters Free Access to NASA TV’s Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Live Feed

On Friday, July 19th, NASA TV will broadcast “NASA’s Giant Leaps: Past and Future – Celebrating Apollo 50th as we Go Forward to the Moon,” a live special highlighting the most-celebrated mission to the moon. Broadcasters will have the ability to pick up the official NASA live feed over IP for free via the LiveU Matrix content management and distribution ...

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Picture Block’s COLORSPACE 4K HDR Vehicle Uses DaVinci Resolve and Blackmagic Design 12G Products

Fremont, CA – July 16, 2019 – Blackmagic Design announced today that Picture Block used DaVinci Resolve Studio and DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel to provide HDR color correction and editing as part of the new COLORSPACE 4K HDR screening room vehicle. COLORSPACE also includes a 12G and 4K workflow using a number of other Blackmagic Design products. Los Angeles’s Picture Block’ ...

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JMR BlueStor SHARE Networked Storage Server for Collaborative HD to 4K Workflow Shared Storage Applications

Gordon Moore, in 1965, predicted that the number of transistors in an IC or chip doubles approximately every two years, or that IC complexity could be expanded exponentially at a reasonable cost approximately every two years. Similarly in the 1950s, IBM showcased the first hard disk drive that was the size of two refrigerators with 50”x24” platters to give 3.75MB ...

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Intinor Direkt encoders with Bifrost Reliable Transport enable Lagardère Sports

Umea, Sweden, 15 July 2019 — Intinor Technology, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high quality video over IP networks, has announced the sale and implementation of its Direkt encoders to Lagardère Sports, a leading global sports marketing agency. Lagardère Sports needed a more cost-effective way to provide contributions from its global coverage of the ATP Tour 250 ...

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Mediaproxy incorporates Vidrovr search capability into LogServer

Melbourne, Australia – 15 July 2019 – Mediaproxy, the leading provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions, is expanding the capabilities of its LogServer IP-based logging, monitoring and analysis software through the integration of the Vidrovr enterprise video search platform. Using advanced machine learning techniques, this enables operators to find and check footage using a variety of tags, including people, text, ...

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Broadcast Engineering Veteran Alain Beauvais Joins TAG to Support Continued Growth

Broadcast Engineering Veteran Alain Beauvais Joins TAG to Support Continued Growth Fluency across all broadcasting applications essential to support TAG’s IP applications LOS ANGELES — July 11, 2019 — TAG Video Systems, the world leader in integrated software-based IP Multiviewers, Probing and Monitoring solutions, has appointed industry veteran Alain Beauvais as director of service and support, effective immediately. The addition ...

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