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by Mackenzie Gavel On 07/23/2014

Miller Camera Support, LLC, a leader in the production of innovating camera support solutions, is set to take a smooth pan into the depths of the U.S. broadcast industry and debut its Air Tripod System, newly released to the U.S. market, at the 61st annual Texas Association of Broadcasters (TAB) 2014 (Booth 91), the largest broadcast association convention in the nation.

by BMM On 07/23/2014

Civolution is gearing up for their showing at IBC2014 (Hall 2, Stand B41), and released a preview of what they will be demonstrating most prominently.  This will include a new version of SyncNow which can recognize and sync cross-screen content in just one second, and a release of its NexGuard Streaming protection tech that allows for integrated multiscreen protection when streaming OTT content to any device.

by Mackenzie Gavel On 07/23/2014

When the world’s biggest Spanish-speaking celebrities gathered in Miami for the 10th annual Premios Juventud awards show on July 17 at the BankUnited Center, Professional Wireless Systems (PWS) was once again backstage with a custom RF entertainment and intercom package to manage frequency coordination for the festivities.

by Wall Street Communications On 07/23/2014

Visit the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) at IBC2014 in Partnership Village, Stand 8.F51f

by Wall Street Communications On 07/23/2014

CBS Affiliate Station in Anchorage Builds Flexible, Extensible Centralcasting Model With a Solution of Harmonic Server and Processing Technologies

by Nicole Rosen On 07/23/2014

When Sound Mixer Richard Lightstone was looking to upgrade his audio cart with a Dante™-compatible digital recorder for Disney XD’s semi-animated children’s program Kirby Buckets, he turned to Sound Devices’ new 970. The Sound Devices 970, the company’s first-ever audio-only rack-mounted solution, boasts an impressive 64 channels of Dante and MADI.

by Wall Street Communications On 07/23/2014

Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud-based video post-production platform Forscene, announced today that the product will serve as one of the core technologies behind IBC TV's expansion into year-round programming.

by Wall Street Communications On 07/23/2014

Thomson Video Networks today announced that its industry-leading ViBE(TM) CP6000 contribution platform now offers advanced capabilities for broadcast-quality video transmission over unmanaged networks, including the open Internet. By enabling cloud-friendly deployments for contribution and primary distribution, the ViBE CP6000 now provides an all-encompassing media infrastructure that supports multiple codecs, multiple networks, and multiple devices for ground-to-cloud and ground-to-ground video delivery.

by Brian Galante On 07/23/2014

Global over-the-air leader innovates complete transport solutions for ISDB-Tb DTV broadcasters that minimize network costs and enhance total cost of ownership

by Goliath Marketing On 07/23/2014

ATOMIC and WorldStage once again partnered on the upfront for Turner Entertainment Networks’ TBS and TNT, which returned to The Theatre at Madison Square Garden with a bang. Or maybe it was a “Boom” as TNT launched a new, edgier tagline for its drama programming, which includes the new “The Last Ship” from Michael Bay and “Murder in the First” from Steven Bochco.

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