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    FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Behind the scenes of stadia rigging


    The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 may be less than three weeks from kick off but for some facilities providers the journey to Qatar began six years ago.

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    Banijay to buy Beyond International


    Global production and distribution group Banijay is to acquire Australia-based Beyond International Limited.

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    Demo: LTN: Bringing order to the chaos of IP video delivery


    IBC2022: The transition from traditional transport methods like satellite and fiber to IP is well underway worldwide. Thanks to innovation from the LTN Network and open protocols like SRT, the ability to leverage the Internet for real time broadcast quality video delivery is a reality.

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    DVB: shaping the future of television


    IBC2022: This IEEE BTS hosted session together with the DVB Project will cover the latest development of DVB. Over the last 29 years DVB has created and defined the technical basis for digital broadcast. One of the organisation’s key current focus is on IP delivery of audio / visual (AV) ...

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    IP Showcase promises IP video session of note


    All you really need to know about SMPTE ST2110 and IP video will be revealed today at 10:00 in the IP Showcase, in a session aimed at “anyone who has to talk intelligently about IP video and feels they don’t know enough”, according to Andrew Starks, Marketing Workgroup Chair at ...

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    Daily News

    Lawo welcomes NMOS Home


    Home, Lawo’s management platform for IP-based media infrastructures, is in the process of becoming an IP management system for heterogenous networks, welcoming NMOS-compliant solutions with an initial focus on the NMOS IS-04 protocol for discovery and registration and IS-05 for stream patching. Following a successful JTNM Test, Home will be ...

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    Daily News

    EMG on the evolution of live


    “We won’t invest in SDI anymore,” declared Eamonn Curtin, International Head of Sales, EMG. “Everything we build is IP with flexibility at the core.”

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    Daily News

    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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    Daily News

    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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    Daily News

    PTZ cameras on the Move and on Track


    PTZOptics and HuddleCam HD have launched four new cameras, with a line of PTZ cameras, webcams and all-in-one content creation tools due to ship this winter.

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    Daily News

    JPEG XS now ARMed for real-time 8K


    IntoPIX has extended its software development kit for JPEG XS with support for ARM-based processors, including Apple Silicon. The kit now enables “real-time performance for HD, 4K and even 8K”, on both ARM and X86-based processors, said Jean-Baptiste Lorent, Director Sales and Marketing, IntoPIX.

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    Daily News

    SDK plays Virtual Card to support JPEG XS


    Deltacast has now added low-bitrate SMPTE 2110-22 video streaming support to its IP Virtual Card using intoPIX JPEG XS software, providing developers with support for the new JPEG XS standard.

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    Daily News

    IP-Mesh Backbone centralises control of wireless devices


    DBS IP-Mesh Backbone lets broadcasters centralise control of their wireless devices on a single RF channel.

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    Calrec Argo sets sail on fully modular voyage at IBC


    Calrec has used IBC to launch a new approach to audio mixing, designed to keep pace with the changes broadcasters are experiencing in their production workflows. The two consoles unveiled at IBC, Argo Q and Argo S, represent a “flexible control philosophy that breaks the traditional geographic tie lines between ...

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    Daily News

    Raptor-ous reception for live 8K connection


    Red is showing its new V-Raptor XL 8K VV camera, aimed at high-end TV and movie production, alongside Red Connect, a licence-enabled feature that allows delivery of full-resolution, live R3D video streaming from Red’s latest camera systems.

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    Daily News

    Voice prompts automated Berlin news studio installation


    Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb) has installed advanced voice-controlled teleprompters from Autoscript in its new Berlin studio. The state-of-the-art Crossmedia News Centre (CNC) has built in automation to minimise the number of control staff required in case of breaking news.

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    IMG acquires remote sports specialist Cingularity


    IMG has acquired sports broadcast fibre service provider Cingularity, in a move that will bolster IMG Productions’ content delivery capabilities for federations, events and broadcasters.

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    Cloud and IP, embrace the mindset with Sony

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    We at Sony are undeniably a technology company – that’s what we’ve been doing for the past 75 years. And we’re good at it. Nevion has the same DNA - writes Sales Director Olivier Bovis.

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    Sony’s HDC-F5500 jazzes up live production


    Sony’s recently introduced HDC-F5500 system camera boasts a Super 35mm frame and a 4K CMOS global shutter image sensor, to give a cinematic look with easy integration into live production systems.

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    Oscilloquartz Atomic clock to make IBC debut


    An industry-first optical caesium atomic clock will be on show at IBC. The OSA 3300 is claimed to be the market’s first caesium atomic clock for ultra-stable timing over extended periods. It protects timing in broadcasting and media production from vulnerabilities in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).