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ITV has extended its playout contract with Ericsson until 2024.
IBC 2015: Cantemo will demonstrate the latest version of its asset management system at IBC, including a customisable dashboard and the ability to integrate with transcoders from other vendors.
Broadcast services provider Trickbox TV has bought the UK’s first 4K MultiDyne camera fiber system as part of its investment in a 4K portable production unit.
A new 65mm Macro Anamorphic/i 2x prime lens from Cooke Optics will be on show in Amsterdam.
Vizrt will demo Coder, a new 4K/ UHD VoD transcoder, at IBC. It can produce content for VoD, web and mobile distribution with UHD resolutions, including graphics.
Berkshire-based Bluebell Opticom has released the BN385, which it described as the industry’s first standalone remote robotic camera interface with dual GigE ports.
Grass Valley has put together two new packages for its modular video production and content management toolset GV Stratus.
Canon has unveiled a 2/3-inch portable 4K zoom lens with what it claims is the world’s widest focal length.
Rachael Kett and Karine Wach- Donovan have joined Evolutions as post-producers.
Gearhouse Broadcast has appointed former TSL managing director David Phillips as business development director for its Systems Integration division.
In the second part of our IBC preview, delegates tell Neal Romanek what they are hoping to see
Forbidden Technologies has released what it described as the first end-to-end virtualised workflow for the post-production and distribution of video.
Digital media supply chain specialist Visual Data Media Services (VDMS) has upgraded its facilities in London and Los Angeles.
If 2014’s IBC appeared to promise delegates that an ‘all IP future’ was just around the corner, this year exhibitors are keen to show how they can help broadcasters that have been slower than expected in adopting the new technology.
Halo post production is to open a 1,000 sq ft facility opposite its Noel Street headquarters in Soho that will focus on 4K finishing.
IBC 2015: EVS will use this year’s IBC to demo the company’s IP-based live production solutions, including content contribution between venue and studio and remote production operations.