09.18.2008 01:51 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Engineering announces IBC2008 Pick Hit winners

The judges have spoken and Broadcast Engineering magazine has announced the IBC2008 Pick Hit Award winners.

The IBC Pick Hit Award winners are chosen by an independent panel of judges made up of working broadcast, production, post, cable and satellite industry professionals. Judges make their selection based upon technical improvements and cost-savings a product offers broadcast, production and post-production facilities.

The 2008IBC Pick Hit Award winners are:

  • MultiDyne Video and Fiber Optic Systems, fiber breakout box
  • Sennheiser, MKE-1 lavalier microphone
  • Maximum Throughput, MaxEdit editing system
  • iMovix, SprintCam Live V2
  • Phabrix, portable 3G test generator
  • Miranda Technologies, XVP-3901 audio processor
  • Snell & Wilcox, QC Station monitoring workstation
  • Snell & Wilcox, MachHD standard converter
  • Digital Rapids, TouchStream streaming encoder
  • ComTech Tiernan, HMR5440 multiformat professional receiver decoder
  • BBC R&I, Dirac video codec
  • Quantel, stereoscopic production system
  • Tools On Air, TV station in a Mac
  • Fission HD Core, broadcast automation
  • Pharos, Mediator 4 content management
  • Hego, AKI LiveBox newscast in a box
  • SGT, VEDA workflow with search and retrieve function
  • Miniweb Interactive, service provider
  • MOG Solutions, MXF speed rail, MXF ingest for Avid
  • Sony, UWP series wireless microphones

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