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Industry Insights

Majority of broadcasters optimistic about 5G

A global poll of broadcasters conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Nevion, the architects of virtualized media production, has found that over a third...

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X-Pert Multimedia Solutions joines SRT Alliance

X-Pert Multimedia Solutions, a broadcast software developer, has added support for SRT to its X-Pert Playout on both the encoding and decoding sides...

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Ross launches novel signal processing platform softGear

Ross announces the launch of softGear, a new signal processing platform that draws its design and methodology from Ross Video’s openGear ecosystem....

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TVU introduces novel social production solution Partyline

TVU Networks, a provider of IP and cloud based live video solutions, announced the introduction of Partyline, a new development for social production....

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AJA Video Systems reveals new single-channel 4K/UltraHD recorder

AJA Video Systems has announced Ki Pro Ultra 12G, a new single-channel 4K/UltraHD recorder and player or four-channel HD recorder, featuring 12G-SDI...

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A1now chooses Vionlabs’ AI-powered recommendation solution

Vionlabs, a provider of AI-powered content analysis, announced that its Content Analysis Platform has been chosen by A1 to provide content...

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Crystal Vision unveils colour corrector with IP connectivity

Crystal Vision has released M-COCO-2, the company's first dual channel colour corrector, helping broadcasters save money by being 24 per cent cheaper...

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Äthiopiens öffentlich-rechtlicher Rundfunk nutzt Lawo-Technologie

Als Basis für seine neuen 4K-DSNG-Ü-Wagen hat sich Äthiopiens öffentlich-rechtliche Rundfunkanstalt Oromia Broadcasting Network (OBN) für Mischpulte...

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Film services facility MPS to use SpycerNode media storage

London-based Motion Picture Solutions (MPS), a international film services facility is a major user of Rohde & Schwarz’s mastering and distribution...

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