All Daily News articles – Page 8

  • RF Canon mount
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    RF-mount cinema lens line primed for expansion


    Canon has launched its first set of RF-mount cinema prime lenses for its Cinema EOS System. The new lenses combine high optical performance for 4K and 8K shooting, cinema-style operability and RF mount communications. It is part of Canon’s plans to swiftly expand its line-up of RF-mount-compatible production equipment. 

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    New tech no longer NewTek


    NewTek is no more. It is now being subsumed under the Vizrt brand, as Vizrt aims to offer a single product portfolio to customers. 

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    Ross: Hyper-convergence lays the ground for savings


    From its new IBC location in Hall 9, Ross is promising an immersive experience focusing on XR, AI, robotic cameras, cloud production and hyper-converged infrastructures.  

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    Rotolight Anova Pro 3 goes down a storm


    Rotolight has launched what it claims is not only the most powerful 1x1 LED panel light on the market (with an output of 22,000+ lux - twice previous Anova lights), but also the only one that is both IP65 and natively battery powered. In testing the new Anova Pro 3 ...

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    Edgio leads drive to reduce OTT complexity


    Content delivery specialist Edgio has joined forces with four other exhibitors in Hall 5 to tackle what they see as the industry’s most pressing need for delivering OTT video: to simplify and manage complex media workflows while reducing costs.  

  • D2 Arri-SkyPanel X
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    New Arri SkyPanel configurable to the power of X


    Arri’s new modular SkyPanel X is a soft, hard, and open-face LED system that can be configured in different sizes for diverse applications. It is claimed to offer superior dimming, colour rendition, output, and beam quality.

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    IMAX offers premium mark of quality


    Filmmakers such as Christopher Nolan are fastidious about how their movies look on the big screen but have no control over their creation when viewed in the home. IMAX - whose cameras Nolan uses to shoot his films - wants to change that. 

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    Companies Rise up in Hall 8


    Six companies are being recognised on the Rise – Women in Broadcasting stand having completed the Strive to Rise programme in 2023. 

  • Building the Future of Tech
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    Building the Future of Tech


    Speaking at an IBC Conference session on Building the Future of Tech, panellists discussed how they are planning to harness new technologies such as AI to build the platforms of the future. 

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    ‘Dinosaur’ media businesses must adapt to user-centric age


    Media universe cartographer Evan Shapiro has issued a stark warning to today’s big media players, arguing that they must adapt fast in order to survive.

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    Edison Ecosystem enhanced


    Celebrating its 30-year anniversary at IBC, 3D graphics and virtual studio specialist Brainstorm is unveiling a suite of new products. 

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    The IBC Daily 2023: Day 1


    In today’s issue we hear from RTS CEO Theresa Wise and James Harwood, Chair of the Training Committee at SCTE. Google and Accenture talk AI and cloud, and Schiphol Airport CEO Ruud Sontag shares the recent improvements that have been made to the ease passenger journeys through the transport hub. ...

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    Dramatify simplifies scheduling for live entertainment


    Finnish public broadcaster YLE and cloud-production platform Dramatify have launched an innovative scheduling tool at IBC which aims to transform the manual process of organising live entertainment and music shows.

  • 1. AI prompts new wave of innovation at IBC2023
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    AI prompts new wave of innovation at IBC2023


    It’s day one of IBC2023 and already there are a host of announcements to welcome showgoers to the RAI: new product launches, big company news and innovations have all been revealed to kick off the show.

  • Lawo debuts Flex model and V10.8
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    Lawo debuts Flex model and V10.8


    Unveiled at IBC2023 and covering licensed functionality for hardware and software products, Lawo’s new Flex model combines perpetual licences with temporary subscriptions.

  • Studio Technologies launches VenueView
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    Studio Technologies launches VenueView


    Launched live at IBC, VenueView is the latest feature for the STcontroller application.

  • Hybrid MediorNet on the HorizoN for Riedel
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    Hybrid MediorNet on the HorizoN for Riedel


    MediorNet HorizoN, a hybrid processing platform that Riedel Communications claims blurs the boundary between SDI and IP, is being launched at IBC.

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    Shure to acquire audio developer Wavemark


    Shure has announced its intent at IBC to acquire Finnish audio developer Wavemark, known for its software for broadcast and theatre, and content streaming applications such as Wavetool and WTAutomixer. Shure says Wavemark’s product range reinforces its commitment to the evolving needs of the professional audio and events industries.

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    Five team up to tackle OTT challenge


    Five exhibitors in Hall 5 are working together to tackle what they cite as the industry’s most pressing need for delivering OTT video: to simplify and manage complex media workflows while reducing costs.  

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    Cloud extension launched for Imagine Magellan


    Launching at IBC, Magellan Connect is an extension to the Magellan Control System that enables the broadcast routing control platform to manage signals in ground-to-cloud applications.