09.19.2007 09:44 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Engineering announces IBC2007 Pick Hit winners

Broadcast Engineering magazine has named the winners of its Pick Hits Awards from IBC2007. For the third year in a row, a panel of independent judges toured the IBC exhibition floor for three days, looking for innovative technology. The judges then met to make their selections based on multiple criteria, including the technical and financial improvements the product can bring to a facility’s operation. Our editors and publisher have no vote in the selection process.

Congratulations to the following manufacturers for their innovative and creative technology solutions:

Company Product
BEL BM-A2-E8SHD rackmount Dolby E monitor
CloseVU Producer mobile TV processor
eventIS CAPTIS transport stream recorder
Grass Valley Ignite HD – EROW edition HD integrated production system
Grass Valley Infinity tapeless camcorder
Harris Videotek QuiC media analysis server
Harris HD-STAR handheld HD-SDI generator and monitor
Leader LV57SER60 DVB-ASI monitor
Miranda JAZZ-800 universal signal processor
Mirifice Mirimon QoS STB monitoring
MOG Solutions Toboggan MediaTransfer MXF file transfer system
RED Digital Cinema RED ONE camera
SAMMA Systems Solo archive digitisation system
Scientific Atlanta PowerVu D9858 receiver-transcoder
Snell & Wilcox iCR QC file-based quality control monitor
Sony PMW-EX1 solid-state camcorder
Teranex mini DTV format converter
TSL MDU-12PM series intelligent mains distribution

Editor’s note: Download the Pick Hits Logo

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