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CueScript - CSM19

New Products Include Software, Controlling Device and Additions to its Flagship CSM Range of LED HD-SDI Prompter Monitors CueScript, a provider of creative prompting solutions with feature-rich designs for all broadcast production needs, is proud to be a first-time exhibitor at this year’s IBC show (Hall 11, Stand A57). The company, which launched during the …

Orad - NRJ

France NRJ HITS implemented Orad’s leading broadcast graphics solutions to manage the channel branding and image conversion for its Ultra High Definition (Ultra HD) Broadcast program. Four times richer in details than high definition, NRJ HITS broadcasted for the first time on July 1, 2014 in Ultra HD on the Paris DTT network. The test …

Cambridge Imaging System - MAM

Partnerships with Quantum, Spectra Logic and Microsoft enable customers to build scalable, secure workflows At IBC 2014 Cambridge Imaging Systems will preview the new version of Imagen, the world-class media management and publishing solution, as well as demonstrating strong relationships with companies including Microsoft, Quantum and Spectra Logic that will help users to create scalable, …

MoVI -Controller

Freefly Systems, designers and manufacturers of the groundbreaking MōVI 3-axis stabilizer family, has begun delivering its new MōVI Controller. The MōVI Controller is purpose built to provide for a true two-user MōVI stabilizer setup by letting a second operator control pan, tilt, roll, focus, iris, and zoom of a MōVI-mounted camera while the first operator …

Schneider - Viceroy

When Sweatpants Media was contracted by the Viceroy Hotel Group to feature their newest location, the Viceroy New York in Manhattan they knew that the piece would need to communicate a high-end, high fashion feel. “The client’s expectations were, as always, high. Every shot needed to look like it was pulled from a fashion magazine,” …

Panasonic - Chuck Schultz

Director of Photography Charles “Chuck” Schultz’ last encounter with wildlife was with a congregation of alligators in one of their more famous stomping grounds, the Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, FL. Armed with his new  AJ-PX270 P2 HD handheld, Schultz captured extensive video that later aired on CBS Sunday Morning’s signature nature segment. (see …

Plura - PRM 3G Series

Company enhances loudness monitoring, adds V-Chip decoding to versatile, software-defined monitor families – saving customers at least several thousand dollars At the IBC2014 show in September, Plura Broadcast, a global manufacturer of high-performance digital broadcast and video production solutions, will integrate advanced new features within its innovative 3G monitors that boost operational value without raising …

Broadcast Pix - Video Call Center

Broadcast Pix™ announced that its integrated production switchers are being used with the new Video Call Center (VCC) automated production solution to bring the caller-based talk radio show format to television. By utilizing Broadcast Pix’s application programming interface (API) and file-based macros, the VCC system essentially creates a video-driven version of talk radio using Web-based …

Miller - Cineline 70 Fluid Head

Leading Camera Support Company Introduces Cineline 70 Fluid Head to European Market Miller Fluid Heads (Europe) Ltd., a leader in the production of innovating camera support solutions, reels with enthusiasm as it prepares for the European leg of its 60th anniversary celebration at IBC 2014 (Hall 11, Stand 11.D30). Continuing its professional progression in supplying …

TNDV - University of Virginia

Mobile production specialist captures, magnifies and streams Vanderbilt and University of Virginia commencements in HD Mobile production is most often associated with the world of sports and large entertainment events, but a growing contingent of non-broadcast organizations are looking to outside production teams to increase quality and expand audience reach. TNDV recently brought its mobile …