Norwia makes remote production ready for prime time at IBC2014

 

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The miniHUB remote production platform enables broadcasters to utilize all capabilities of in house production equipment and staff for outside broadcasting. With miniHUB, a broadcaster removes the requirement for location equipment for production of live events. It enables broadcasters to contribute video, audio and control signals from the OB site to the studio, slashing location production cost and providing a greater return on investment in studio equipment.

“The Norwia miniHUB remote production platform enables an outside Production event to be managed and controlled just as well from the central studio as at the Production location – making remote production truly ready for prime time,” said, Tracey Ford, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Norwia. “Distributing video uncompressed over fiber means that latency is virtually zero, so that audio, cameras, lighting and video can be controlled from the familiar studio environment rather than from an OB truck. This slashes production costs and enables broadcasters to take remote production centre-stage.”

 


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