Monthly Archives: September 2006

Firmware upgrade for JVC

Written on September 29, 2006 at 3:53 pm, by

JVC Professional Products Company announced the release of firmware upgrade for the BR-HD50U ProHD VTR accessible by end users through the JVC Professional web site pro.jvc.com. Owners of JVC BR-HD50U VTRs purchased in theUnited States can download the upgrade file and instructions free of charge using a Windows or Mac computer, and perform the update […]  More

MLB Pulls Podcasts from iTunes Store

Written on September 29, 2006 at 10:03 am, by

Effective immediately, Major League Baseball has removed its podcasts from the Apple iTunes Store. The podcast content, mostly made up of game recaps, is now available exclusively through the League s own Web site, MLB.com. MLB Advance Media spokesman Jim Gallagher said that the League voluntarily removed its podcasts from the iTunes Store in an […]  More

Pesa snags million dollar NEP deal

Written on September 28, 2006 at 5:59 pm, by

QuStream subsidiary PESA Switching Systems has won a routing switcher order from NEP in excess of $1 million as part of SS21, NEP s latest HD mobile unit scheduled to begin operations in February. NEP has purchased a Cheetah 448 frame populated as 208X400 HD-SDI Multi-rate Router that includes 240 channels of HD to SDI […]  More

FFV has off-road adventure for CORR Truck Series

Written on September 28, 2006 at 4:11 pm, by

By Andrew Lippe Fast Forward Video’s new Outrider CF digital video recorder (DVR) was used by Inertia Unlimited’s own CF solid-state recorder to record in-vehicle broadcasts from race cars that bounced and jostled for position during the CORR Offroad Truck Series in Crandon, WI earlier this month. The CORR race will air in the fall […]  More

ESPN ends Mobile ESPN MVNO; turns to licensing model to reach more sports fans

Written on September 28, 2006 at 3:24 pm, by

By Ken Kerschbaumer Maybe content isn’t king after all. ESPN has ended its Mobile ESPN MVNO efforts after finding that consumers make cellular phone purchasing decisions based on price and form factor and not what content the phone will allow them to receive. ESPN, however, remains committed to growing its presence in the wireless industry […]  More

Sennheiser, A-T sponsor AES panel on Sports and RF Technology

Written on September 28, 2006 at 1:38 pm, by

The Sports Video Group continues its educational efforts next Saturday, Oct. 7 at the 121st AES Convention in San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center with a special panel on the future of RF wireless and the sports industry. The panel will be held in Room 232 of the Moscone Convention Center from 9-10 a.m. The panel […]  More

Pacer amps up Sunday Night Football

Written on September 28, 2006 at 11:56 am, by

Playing a strategic logistics role at virtually all 20 NBC-televised games is Pacer International, Inc. , the North America logistics and transportation provider. According to Jeff Brashares, vice-chairman for commercial sales, Pacer has been awarded a logistics contract from General Electric to transport a 22-ton generator package to each NBC prime-time Sunday Night Football” game, […]  More

Kangaroo.TV brings mobile video to NFL

Written on September 28, 2006 at 11:49 am, by

By Ken Kerschbaumer While one mobile video service comes to an end today another, Kangaroo.TV, continues to expand. The company, which has found success with a handheld device at NASCAR races thanks to Sprint/Nextel spectrum and in-car video and radio, is looking for similar success in with the National Football League. This season it s […]  More

NewTek TriCaster brings video to all

Written on September 28, 2006 at 10:27 am, by

By Ken Kerschbaumer The IPTV revolution continues to take shape, with everyone from ESPN Radio to four high schools in Texarkana, Texas, using IPTV to move into the age of video content delivery. Products like the NewTek TriCaster system allow us to teach students how to switch a TV program, says Charles Aldridge who helped […]  More

B2 Networks goes mobile with video thanks to Vuico

Written on September 27, 2006 at 5:54 pm, by

By Andrew Lippe B2 Networks will use Vuico s wireless computing software, Vuico GoWireless and Vuico GoVid, to provide live sports video and key game highlights to mobile phones and mobile devices. B2 will broadcast more than 2,000 events during the next six months from numerous arenas, stadiums and entertainment venues. B2 Networks customers with […]  More

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