Broadcast Technology Blog

Dolly, Camera Stabilizer Provider Motion Impossible Opens U.S. Division

Motion Impossible, the modular remote dolly systems and camera stabilizers manufacturer, has announced the opening of its U.S. division. To ensure the best on-the-ground support, the company has formed a partnership with AbelCine, the industry leading film and broadcast equipment integrator, to provide sales, training and technical support across North America.  More

SVG Sit-Down: Vislink CEO Mickey Miller on Riding a Wave of Wireless Video Innovation

Tackling the role of CEO during a pandemic is never part of the plan but that’s just what Vislink CEO Mickey Miller did, arriving in January and immediately being thrust into entirely new challenges for one of the industry’s leading providers of digital microwave and wireless video systems. But he and the team have embraced […]  More

Telestream Vantage Adds Direct Publishing to Frame.io’s Cloud Platform

Telestream has rolled out a new option for the Vantage media processing platform that enables direct publishing to Frame.io’s cloud-based collaborative platform. With the Vantage Connector for Frame.io, media files and metadata processed by Vantage in preparation for collaborative editing can now be automatically dropped directly into Frame.io user folders for seamless collaboration and review […]  More

HBS Broadcast Academy Video Offers Insights, Tips for Directing in the Age of Coronavirus

The HBS Broadcast Academy has been an important part of the industry’s education initiatives as it is designed to provide specialized training to help improve to quality of football/soccer production, increase the opportunities for women and minorities in front-bench roles, and much more. It’s most recent efforts involved an online panel discussion featuring two leading […]  More

Panasonic KAIROS Makes Use of ST 2110 to Open Up New Workflows

Panasonic’s KAIROS, a next generation live production platform, is a new IT/IP video processing platform that charts a new course for the company. It offers an open architecture system for live video switching with complete input and output flexibility, resolution and format independence, maximum CPU/GPU processor utilization and virtually unlimited ME scalability.  More

Panasonic Expands Camera Lineup with 1080p HDR Studio Camera, Upgradeable to 4K; New PTZ Camera

In an expansion to its AK series studio and field camera line-up, Panasonic has introduced the cost-effective AK-HC3900 1080p HDR studio camera system, which will be upgradable to native 4K 60p/50p. The new AK-HC3900 is ideal for broadcast, education and corporate markets. It follows in the footsteps of the company’s AK-HC3800, a model that has defined […]  More

Sony Imaging Systems Continue Move to IP, New Recording Flexibility

Sony Electronics gave an update on its imaging products this week as Robert Willox, Sony, Director of Marketing, Imaging Products & Solutions rolled through some of the new features and tools designed to make it easier for sports production professionals to capture quality images, take advantage of IP technologies, and more. “Innovation isn’t just about […]  More

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