Monthly Archives: July 2011

Telestream brings new Vantage products to market

Written on July 25, 2011 at 20:24, by

Telestream has released three new enterprise-class system management products in the Vantage video workflow family: Vantage Enterprise Control, Vantage Master Control, and Vantage Team Management.  More

Streambox to debut Live Pro Encoder

Written on July 25, 2011 at 20:16, by

Streambox Live Pro Encoder will make its debut at IBC 2011. This enhanced version of Streambox Live features uncapped bandwidth, full D1 resolution, and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC). Streambox Live Pro Encoder will utilize more available bandwidth on cellular networks to send professional quality video. Streambox Live Pro is a scalable, software-based service. The cornerstone […]  More

EditShare intros media production workflow applications

Written on July 25, 2011 at 20:13, by

EditShare will showcase the following versatile media production workflow applications and tiered storage line up.  More

Dalet to showcase advanced MAM solutions

Written on July 25, 2011 at 20:11, by

Dalet Digital Media Systems will showcase Dalet Enterprise Edition, an advanced Media Asset Management (MAM) platform, and technology solutions. Dalet Enterprise Edition offers end-to-end media management, a powerful workflow engine, and multiple integration paths to unify disparate systems. Dalet Enterprise Edition provides operational flexibility for managing content across multiple production, distribution, and business systems. On […]  More

Panasonic reflects on Roland Garros

Written on July 25, 2011 at 15:20, by

Wimbledon’s 3D broadcast might have grabbed many of the recent headlines, both for the BBC and for Sony, but Panasonic was there first in its own major tennis championship test lab at the French Open, capturing 10 hours of coverage a day for more than two weeks.  More

FIFA unveils goal-line tech shortlist…sort of

Written on July 25, 2011 at 12:49, by

Nine companies have put themselves forward for Goal-line technology’s (GLT) first testing phase after the deadline for submissions set by the IFAB and FIFA passed. All the participating companies are from Europe, and FIFA is declining to name any of them.  More

Bundesliga expands 3D live coverage

Written on July 25, 2011 at 12:36, by

Rapid TV News: Good news for football fans with 3D TV sets: From the 2011/12 season, national German football association Deutsche Fußball-Liga (DFL) will also offer the Saturday evening game in 3D.  More

ESPN Star launches HD sports channels in India

Written on July 25, 2011 at 12:35, by

Sport Business: ESPN Star Sports (ESS) has announced the launch of India’s first 24-seven, high-definition (HD) sports channels in India. ESPN HD and Star Cricket HD have been unveiled, expanding ESS’s portfolio to five channels in India, with ESPN, Star Cricket and Star Sports already on offer.  More

Riedel has successful Tour for ZDF

Written on July 25, 2011 at 11:52, by

France: ZDF used a fibre based MediorNet system from Riedel Communications to connect its DSNG and the main OB truck at this year’s Tour de France; Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system enabled communications between the various OB vehicles that were used for broadcast; and a number of racing teams, such as Team RadioShack, used […]  More

Poland’s iconic Spodek Arena upgrades with Danley

Written on July 25, 2011 at 11:32, by

Poland: Every major musical act that tours through Poland is sure to play Spodek, the 40-year old, UFO-shaped building whose name translates as ‘saucer’, and the arena hosts a range of athletic events, including the recent 2009 EuroBasket championship. At that event, a temporary sound system composed principally of Danley Genesis Horns inspired the stadium […]  More