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TSL’s TallyMan Control System empowers sports broadcasters

TallyMan maximizes ease-of-use for operators With over 1.000 global installations and counting, TSL Products’ user configurable TallyMan Advanced Broadcast Control System continues to be an asset to production crews worldwide.   TallyMan was built to be independent, universal, configurable and Read More

GatesAir returns New York City broadcaster to One World Trade Center

GatesAir works closely with The Durst Organization GatesAir, working closely with The Durst Organization, has completed the relocation of a renowned New York City broadcaster to One World Trade Center nearly four years after its opening. The UHF broadcaster is Read More

wTVision takes Sports, MCR and PCR workflows

wTVision will be showcasing its end-to-end software capabilities at NAB Show 2018, covering sports productions, MCR and PCR. At the stand SL6827 of NAB Show everyone will have the chance to see wTVision latest releases in action and discuss with Read More

Elenos Group will officially launch the opening of Itelco America at NAB

Itelco America will be demonstrating a 4K program using the new ATSC 3.0 standard Following the purchase of United States firm Broadcast Electronics, Elenos Group will officially launch the opening of Itelco America at the 2018 NAB Show, which runs Read More

Televisa purchases 25 JVC ProHD Wireless Bridge bonded VoIP units

The Bridge investment has allowed its news stations to provide more live reports for their viewers JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, has announced Televisa, the largest mass media company in Hispanic America, has purchased 25 JVC Read More

Solid State Logic releases v2.0 software with immersive audio for System T

System T includes a range of consoles, remote hardware & software interfaces, processor engines, and I/O Solid State Logic announces the release of v2.0 software for its System T broadcast audio production platform. System T includes a range of consoles, Read More

Wireless production, way beyond wireless cameras!

Author: Yeray Alfageme When we talk about wireless production, the first thing that comes to mind is the typical wireless camera equipment of the mobile units we all know. But let's go further, what happens when your entire production is Read More

The world’s premier MTB race turns to LiveU to provide the live coverage

The Grand Finale being broadcast in more than 50 countries around the world The world’s most televised mountain biking race, The Absa Cape Epic, has teamed up with LiveU to provide live coverage of the 8-day mountain bike stage race Read More

NovelSat introduces LIBRA solution for point-to-multipoint satellite networks

NovelSat LIBRA is based on SCPC architecture and a suite of NovelSat hardware and software NovelSat has announced the availability of NovelSat LIBRA, a new satellite network management engine that provides real-time space segment capacity allocation without remote terminal disconnection Read More

ENCO will demonstrate its enCaption automated captioning at NAB

New for NAB is enhanced integration to Newsroom Computer System (NRCS) MOS integration ENCO will showcase its enCaption family of automated closed captioning solutions at the 2018 NAB Show. New updates to ENCO’s latest enCaption4 system, strengthened through ENCO’s new Read More