New training initiative to support Grass Valley K2 Dyno Replay system

The joint project will provide precisely-tailored training sessions for replay operators of sports and other live events so that they can fully master the K2 Dyno Replay System from Grass Valley. Upon completion of the course, each attendee will receive the opportunity to join the staff database of Germany-based recruitment agency BUCH MICH GmbH, which provides professionals to internationally operating media and broadcast companies.

The programme consists of customised training sessions for various groups. For example, seminars for standard tasks in broadcasting operations, as well as special tutorials for sports operators with a stronger focus on highlight editing, replay and all aspects of slo-mo operations. The curriculum also includes a special training course for engineers, which covers the technical operation, configuration and diagnosis, as well as maintenance, of K2 Dyno systems.

Upon completion of the course, each attendee will receive a certificate as a professional Dyno Broadcast Operator, Dyno Sports Expert or Dyno Engineering Operator. In addition, the attendees will gain from registration into the recruitment database of BUCH MCH GmbH.

Mike Cronk, senior vice-president marketing at Grass Valley, comments: “We are very happy to have found in Wellen+Nöthen a technology-oriented partner who will support us in realizing this globally unique pilot project in Germany. Since 1999, we have enjoyed a close relationship with Wellen+Nöthen that is based on trust, and we will further intensify this partnership with our Dyno Academy collaboration.”

Experienced Grass Valley replay operators will begin giving training sessions at regular intervals during the summer of 2013 in Cologne, Berlin and Munich. For the best training results, intensive courses in groups of a maximum of 15 participants are recommended. For more information, as well as the calendar of training courses and a registration form, go to

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