A world first from PHABRIX

PHABRIX has announced that it will be showing a new integrated Dolby E generator and analyser at BVE, the Broadcast Video Expo taking place in London from 14 to 16 February.

Lawo presents IP video core infrastructure

Lawo will be presenting solutions for IP video core infrastructure, video processing and routing tools...

Lalela Music tracks used on US version of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

Production music library Lalela Music scored a major win in the US when its tracks were used on So You Think You Can Dance...

Continuous loudness measurements

The ability to completely monitor Loudness Compliance is now fully integrated into Actus Digital’s Actus QualiTV, a multi-layer solution that offers centralised broadcast performance operational information in real time.

Licensing music in SA

It’s no secret that having the right soundtrack for your production is as vital as the visuals themselves...

ORF upgrades audio facility

With its first news programme prepared at 08h30 and its last run at midnight, the Regieplatz 7 (RP7) TV news control room at ORF (Österreichisches Fernsehen) operates for 16 to 17 hours per day, seven days a week...

Dolby E OEM codec technology

Minnetonka Audio Software, Inc., a leader in production software for motion picture, broadcast surround sound and consumer electronics applications, has announced that UK-based AmberFin, a leading developer of file-based media ingest, transcoding and quality control solutions, has entered into an OEM agreement to license Dolby™ E encoder and decoder technology from Minnetonka Audio.

NicheStreem on bringing Afrikaans music and Nigerian gospel online

Catherine Luckhoff believes she’s found a successful formula for African VoD: niche channels...

MTV adds to its Lawo arsenal

MTV Networks (MTVN) has taken delivery of a new Lawo mc²66 MKII production console for deployment in its newest remote truck named Nereus. The new truck—scheduled to be placed into service during Q4, 2011—will be based out of the company’s Nashville headquarters.

IP audio routing world first at IBC

NTP Technology will demonstrate the world’s first IP audio routing system for routing across multiple Ethernet Layer 3 subnets at IBC...
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