Water of Life Community Church, a non-denominational church based in Fontana, Calif., recently expanded with a new facility and equipped it with four Hitachi Z-HD5000 HDTV cameras.
San Diego’s KUSI-TV has picked up five new cameras from Hitachi Kokusai to support its live news productions.
As ATSC 3.0 approaches maturity, broadcasters need to begin market trials and field tests to ensure they can meet the demands of this future broadcast standard.
Hitachi will use the upcoming Telemundo Cine Video Television Expo in Mexico City to debut its upgraded UHD 4K and HDTV broadcast cameras that now feature HDR imaging capability.
Responsible for producing more than 30 hours of live newscasts a week for central New York, WKTV recently acquired five Hitachi DK-Z50 cameras in an effort to enhance viewer experience.
KUSI is an independent television station owned by McKinnon Broadcasting that produces 60 hours of live newscasts weekly for the San Diego market.
Ross Video and Hitachi Kokusai Electric America have announced that they are forming a non-exclusive partnership with the goal of exploring emerging production technologies.
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