Liberty University Taps Calrec for Trio of Audio Consoles

Liberty University has expanded its roster of Calrec technology with a trio of new consoles. The Virginia-based university has expanded its network with further Artemis and Brio consoles, and has gone remote with the addition of Calrec’s VP2 virtualized mixing system. Liberty already uses Type R for Radio, Summa, Artemis and Brio consoles, and has expanded its network with two further installations carried out by systems integrator DVG.  More

University of Notre Dame OIT deploys Spectra BlackPearl Storage System

The University of Notre Dame’s Office of Information Technologies (OIT) has deployed a Spectra BlackPearl Converged Storage System in conjunction with an existing 5-frame Spectra T950 Tape Library to create an innovative hybrid cloud infrastructure (HCI) solution for management of its extensive data libraries. Notre Dame’s OIT has relied on Spectra’s enterprise storage solutions since 2014 and is […]  More

NAB 2019: EVS Demos University of Miami’s Dyvi-based Workflow

EVS is demonstrating the centralized production workflow implemented by the University of Miami (UM) for its live sports production. Home to the Hurricanes and 17 varsity sports, the university is the first educational institution to deploy EVS’ software-defined Dyvi switcher for high-quality programming of multiple sports from a centralized media production hub.  More

OU’s SoonerVision Adds Calrec Brio Audio Console

A new Brio console from Calrec Audio has joined the broadcast team at SoonerVision, the in-house video production arm of the University of Oklahoma (OU) Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Together with a Calrec Artemis that serves as SoonerVision’s main live production audio mixer, the Brio is used to produce thousands of hours of sports content […]  More

SVG College Sports Summit: Instagram’s Will Yoder Lays Out Keys to College-Sports Social-Media Success

Will Yoder of Instagram’s sports partnerships team took to the stage at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit and discussed the ins and outs of the social-media platform and the close relationship he and the team at Instagram have with sports entities, given that one in three of Instagram’s 700 million users is connected to a sports […]  More

Chapman University Students Mix with Calrec Brio

At Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, a new Calrec Brio compact audio console is serving double duty — as a key player in a busy television production schedule, and as a valued teaching aid to prepare broadcast students for real-world careers.  More

HARMAN Helps University of Richmond Deliver Student Experience

The University of Richmond recently installed a complete A/V system by HARMAN Professional Solutions in its new Queally Center, a  facility that serves as a welcome center for guests and unites the offices of admissions, financial aid and employer relations. In order to create a memorable experience for visitors and meet the needs of students […]  More

American Digital Network To Live-Stream 30 Spring Events

Continuing its successful run of events in 2016-17, the American Digital Network (ADN) will carry a minimum of 30 live broadcasts during the spring competition season. Included for the first time among the spring events schedule is live coverage of the American Women’s and Men’s Golf Championships. The ADN will be live during the last […]  More

BYU-Hawaii Starts on UHD Path With Hitachi SK‑UHD4000 4K Cameras

Taking its first step towards a 4K production future, Brigham Young University-Hawaii has purchased four SK‑UHD4000 ultra-high definition (UHD) studio and field cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America to provide superior-quality video acquisition for its diverse projects and long-term content archives.   More

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