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Pay-TV Market Shakeup Or Shakedown?
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What Tom Said: The Push for Drones
Friday / 12:49 PM
Fujinon Lenses Take to the Sky with GSS Systems
Fujinon lenses are reaching new heights, literally, as companies like Gyro-Stabilized Systems are using them for aerial digital cinematography.
Tuesday / 12:24 PM
NBCUniversal News Group Purchases Panasonic Cameras
NBCUniversal News Group has purchased multiple Panasonic electronic newsgathering cameras and related broadcast equipment as part of its technology and workflow transformation initiative.
Friday / 12:00 PM
Hitachi Cameras Hit Road with TNDV Mobile Trucks
TNDV adds five Z-HD6000 cameras for sports and entertainment broadcast.
Wednesday / 03:47 PM
Hitachi Extends Free Financing Plan
Offer now runs through Sept. 30
Monday / 04:40 PM
Panasonic Kicks Off 2015 Product Roadshows
These two-day events are slated in May and June in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, and Dallas.
Tuesday / 02:06 PM
Dejero and Drone Manufacturer Aeryon Establish Partnership
Real-time HD video from Aeryon sUAS will be distributed through Dejero Live+
Tuesday / 09:13 AM
Game Creek Video Calls in Bittree for Camera Patching
Game Creek Video has tapped Bittree and its CVP0115 mini triax patchbays to help ensure smooth camera patchwork for mobile productions.
Monday / 03:21 PM
PE Group Acquires Broadcast Sports, Inc.
BSI will operate as Broadcast Sports International, LLC following the transaction.


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