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True Dedication
Transitioning Broadcast Automation
Recording Pretty Pictures From Above
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FCC Intentions Are Out of Balance
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Dear FCC: Walk the Talk
Raising Expectations in Local Sports Coverage
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Thursday / 10:17 PM
Social IBC for Pixel Power
Pixel Power says it hopes to transform social media integration with the launch of Buzz at IBC 2014. Buzz is a software accessory for Pixel Power’s range of graphics-based playout devices which makes it simple to scan, moderate and broadcast social media interactions.
Monday / 12:30 AM
ChyronHego Reports First Profitable Quarter in Three Years
The company said it had net income of $2.9 million in Q2 2014, ended June 30, 2014, compared to a net loss of $2.1 million in Q2 2013.
Sunday / 11:12 AM
New Euro Subsidiary for Plura Broadcast
Ray Kalo (pictured), President and CEO of Plura Broadcast, has been appointed as MD of Plura Europe GmbH. The company will announce a second executive appointment later this month. That executive will be based in Plura Europe GmbH’s office in Wuppertal, Germany, which will open in September.
Wednesday / 12:56 PM
M6 Upgrades With Orad Systems Graphics
Orad said the installation provides a non-destructive graphics workflow where multiple graphical elements can be animated on playout.
Sunday / 12:10 PM
UBC Goes Live With Wasp 3D for World Cup
Using WASP3D’s interactive touchscreen based solution, anchors could guide viewers through the tournament with pre-game statistics and line-ups, in-game analysis and post-game discussions.
Friday / 08:37 AM
Panasonic Taps Astucemedia on ‘Big Hoss TV’
Panasonic enlisted the help of Astucemedia—a Montreal-based provider of live broadcast graphics services with an office in Dubai, UAE—to provide visually rich graphics design with real-time data integration services to “Big Hoss TV,” Astucemedia said
Friday / 03:41 PM
Panasonic Powers Synagogue Streaming
Congregation Beth Israel is the oldest Reform Jewish congregation in Texas, celebrating its 160th anniversary this year.
Thursday / 09:00 PM
ChyronHego Powers ‘The Daily Show’
Here at “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” we rely heavily on a playout system for producing the show. We need to add over-the-shoulder graphics, multi-box frames for chromakey remotes, cued lower-thirds and custom animations that interact with show dialog.


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