David Fox

David Fox has worked in TV and radio as a writer, reporter, researcher, producer and director, and has also worked as a journalist for many national newspapers and magazines, including writing extensively about TV technology for SVG Europe, TVB Europe, TV Technology Europe, Zerb and the IBC Daily.

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    Industry Trends

    Fairlight makes news at France Télévisions


    French national broadcaster France Télévisions has installed Blackmagic Design Fairlight digital audio workstations in 24 regional France 3 newsrooms across the country.

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    Sky Deutschland selects Venice and SpycerNode for sport


    Sky Deutschland has installed Venice media servers and SpycerNode intelligent storage from Rohde & Schwarz to give itself greater flexibility and scale to support ingest, transcoding and playout for coverage of sports, such as the Bundesliga and Champions League.

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    Movicom rises to the occasion with RobyTower and Refcam


    Movicom has released the lightweight RobyTower motorised telescopic column and helmet-mounted Refcam.

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    The Canon CR-X300 – a PTZ for the remote outdoors


    Canon’s new CR-X300 is a small, robust outdoor pan/tilt/zoom UHD camera. It supports various IP protocols for remote use, and its simple operation and connectivity options means it should streamline remote production workflows.

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    BB&S releases Compact Bicolor Fresnel light


    The Compact Bicolor Fresnel (CFL) from BB&S is the latest in the company’s range of Compact Beamlight LED studio fixtures.

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    MediaKind and Arqiva aim to aid cloud migration


    MediaKind and Arqiva are joining forces to help broadcasters migrate to the cloud. The new strategic partnership will deliver a cloud-native, fully managed service for the aggregation, processing and delivery of television services for any platform (broadcast and OTT) in any region, at any scale.

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    How We Built It: Timeline’s Ealing Broadcast Centre


    Outside broadcast and facilities company Timeline Television is expanding, with new studios and production facilities near its home base in Ealing, west London.

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    Yella Umbrella’s Stellar offers brolly-good subtitling


    The Stellar timed text editing platform, now fully released, offers subtitling and dubbing for language localisation, captioning and audio description for access service needs, plus scripting and metadata.

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    Edge Storage goes Lyve


    Seagate recently launched its Lyve Edge Storage and Data Transfer Services in Europe. The edge-to-cloud mass storage platform is built for widespread users “to capture the unstructured data explosion”.

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    Lawo V__matrix serves up more I/O on a plate


    Lawo’s V__matrix IP-broadcast core infrastructure ecosystem for virtualised real-time routing and processing is designed for flexibility, and has now extended its capabilities with three new rear plates for the connection of SDI baseband equipment to an open-standards-based IP network.

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    OTA and OTT monitoring in complete synchronicity with new Actus offering


    The new OTT Synchro and Delivery Synchro packages offer simplified but sophisticated tools for multi-viewer monitoring and quality assurance of multi-rendition OTT streams and over-the-air linear content at multi probe points in the video delivery chain.

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    Forza LED light line-up lengthened


    The compact new 170W Forza 150 lamp has been added to the line of Forza LED lights. It joins the existing Forza 60, 200, 300 and 500 models as an all-rounder.

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    Mediaproxy LogServer takes decentralised line


    Logging, monitoring and analysis system LogServer has been upgraded by Mediaproxy. The company’s flagship system works entirely in software, to reliably log and monitor programme output to ensure it is compliant with broadcast regulations. It fits into cloud, virtual or on-premises workflows and supports video, audio and real-time data from ...

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    eMAM update focuses on flexibility


    The latest version of eMAM and eMAM Cloud media asset management software offers an improved Feeder tool for more efficient media ingest. New live options allow organisations to edit during capture, with highlight delivery during a live event.

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    BeeGFS adds Elements of speed to video storage


    Elements has introduced an all-new high-performance file system to the media and entertainment industry: BeeGFS. Originally designed at Fraunhofer ITWM and developed by ThinkParQ, it normally powers supercomputers, and this is its first use in broadcasting.

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    Drop-in versatility and durability in view with Cinema DFM


    The new Cinema DFM (or drop-in filter mount) from Breakthrough Filters is a versatile PL filter mount that can fit a wide range of camera systems, including Sony E, Canon RF, Red DSMC2 VV, Fuji X, Leica L- Mount, Nikon Z and MFT, with Arri in development.

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    Brainstorm’s Edison Pro adds interactivity to online events


    Edison Pro is a newly available high-end presentation tool that is claimed to quickly transform any live, online presentation, or conference session into a fully immersive experience using AR and virtual environments.

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    AP Playbook rewrites newsroom efficiency


    The Associated Press’ cloud-hosted system AP Playbook for planning coverage across broadcast, digital, social and print channels, is being rolled out by Al Jazeera Media Networks to co-ordinate the activity of news teams in the Middle East, Europe, North America and around the world.

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    AI-powered talent tracking makes wearables obsolete


    Traxis talentS is claimed to be the first AI-powered markerless stereoscopic talent tracking system that can identify the people inside the 3D virtual environment without any wearables, which talent had to wear to track their movement.

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    PlayBox Neo unveils ingest and playout upgrades for flexible future


    PlayBox Neo has updated two of its core components to cope with the changing post-pandemic landscape.

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