IBC2022 – Page 11

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    Ultrix FR12 goes pay-as-you-go route


    Ross Video’s new 12G-ready Ultrix FR12 is a single platform with endless configurations. The FR12 “packs 12 equipment racks of technology in one rack” and allows broadcasters to significantly reduce the resources and space they need on premises, said Jeff Moore, Executive VP and CMO, Ross Video.

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    Funding boost for Multimodal AI indexing


    AI and cloud media company Newsbridge has used IBC to announce that it has raised €7 million in a Series A funding round to continue its expansion to the US and hire top AI and media engineering talent to boost its R&D in AI-based indexing for media assets. Supernova Invest ...

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    Synamedia at IBC2022 in Amsterdam


    IBC2022: At IBC2022 in Amsterdam, Paul Segre, CEO, Synamedia, is joined by Jon Espen Nergård, Chief Technology Officer at Allente Nordic, to outline the companies’ merger news.

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    Versioning content to meet viewer demands


    LTN Global is placing a major focus on ‘versioning’ at IBC this year in order to meet growing customer expectations for different content and different TV experiences.

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    Imagining a cloud-based future


    Imagine Communications has announced enhancements to its Imagine Aviator platform at IBC, and also is also emphasising the company’s new focus on managed services.

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    The IBC Daily 2022: Day 3


    One highlight in today’s issue is Nonny de la Peña, Journalist, Filmmaker, Virtual & Augmented Reality pioneer & Founder, Emblematic Group, who delivered a keynote on What’s Next - How immersive tech will create new narratives and transform entertainment. We also step into the metaverse with Lewis Smithingham, Senior Vice ...

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    Large Italian order for new Hitachi UHD camera


    The importance of Italy to Hitachi system camera sales has been emphasised by an order for 66 of its latest UHD camera, bringing to a total of more than 550 studio and OB HD and UHD camera sales since 2018, as part of two long-term contracts.

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    Mounting problems addressed


    Falcam/Ulanzi are showing a wide range of new camera mounts, including a very lightweight tripod, cages and quick-release mounts.

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    Narrow bandwidth Eclipsed for US Open tennis


    Bandwidth availability for wireless cameras is under increasing pressure, as authorities assign frequencies to more lucrative uses, and broadcasters seek to increase numbers of cameras at events, such as this week’s US Open tennis in Queens, New York, which finished today.

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    IBC2022 Preview Day 3: Robots, John Logie Baird and live sport production


    As the thousands of attendees, delegates and individual businesses will testify, IBC2022 is really hitting its stride after two year’s hiatus. 

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    Studio Berlin picks LiveCeption for live production


    Studio Berlin has upgraded its OB and studio facilities with EVS’ flexible LiveCeption live production, replay and highlights system. The deployed setup will be used for major sports events, including the Bundesliga and international football, as well as for large studio entertainment shows.

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    Solutions for every OB from Broadcast Solutions


    Broadcast Solutions runs IBC’s largest outdoor stand and that’s a good thing because it has arrived packed to the rafters with examples of its systems integration and production tech portfolio.

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    Knocking it out of the park


    Corner Cam is a new integrated corner flag and camera for deployment in football matches. Launched at IBC, this collaboration between ARET and sports equipment manufacturers Liski, will integrate Dream Chip’s miniaturised camera AtomOne mini Air into UEFA/FIFA-certified poles.

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    Ai-Media targets Europe for growth


    Captioning, subtitling and localisation specialist Ai-Media is making its debut as an IBC exhibitor this year as the company steps up efforts to target non-English language broadcasters in Europe.

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    Hedbox dual charger triple charged


    Hedbox’s new dual charger is claimed to be the first to offer three ways of charging to ensure batteries receive exactly the charge they need, when they need it.

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    How Google Cloud is helping the media industry digitally transform


    IBC2022: Media companies are recognising that they must evolve to optimise acquisition, retention, and engagement of global direct-to-consumer audiences. Google Cloud is uniquely invested and positioned to empower media and entertainment providers with the products and solutions they need to not only undergo, but thrive, in the direct-to-consumer transformation. In ...

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    ITVX: From Broadcast to Streaming


    IBC2022: ITV Chief Product Officer Deep Bagchee outlines ITV’s plans to supercharge streaming, explaining how significant content investment, a redesigned product and live and FAST channels are coming together to create an enhanced destination to discover content for the UK’s biggest commercial broadcaster.

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    Embracing the cloud with Amagi


    Baskar Subramanian, Amagi Co-Founder and CEO, boldly predicts that broadcasters could replace live studios with cloud set-ups in around 12 months’ time as the various technologies and networks reach maturity.

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    Class act for live AR and XR production


    A streamlined, highly responsive, real-time broadcast graphics system from Italian CG software house ClassX is grabbing attention in Hall 7.

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    Demo: Delivering optimal customer experiences in the golden age of content


    IBC2022: As competition for attention continues to intensify, broadcasters must proactively deliver engaging content and viewer experiences to attract, retain, and grow audiences. However, as a result of siloed data and inadequate customer insights, many struggle to deliver on personalisation and suffer from wasted marketing spend and churn. Hear from ...