Monthly Archives: March 2010

Orad Appoints Sports Logic as Authorized Reseller in U.S.

Written on March 31, 2010 at 4:25 pm, by

Orad Hi-Tec Systems has appointed Sports Logic, LLC, as an authorized reseller of the company’s sports and on-air graphics and enhancement solutions. Sports Logic will represent Orad’s products to the U.S. sports production and broadcasting market.  More

CBS College Sports Network Unveils Final Four Weekend Programming Schedule

Written on March 31, 2010 at 4:15 pm, by

CBS College Sports Network has unveiled it comprehensive coverage schedule of the Men’s Final Four semi-final and championship games this weekend. The Network’s programming will include live coverage of Final Four Friday, team practices, all press conferences, an official highlight show and a national championship pre-game show Coverage tips off in Indianapolis with the 2010 […]  More

XOS Digital Equips Broadcast-Control Room in New Bradley University Arena

Written on March 31, 2010 at 3:38 pm, by

Bradley University athletics fans are in store for a groundbreaking fall sports season. The school is set to open a brand-new 4,500-seat Athletic Performance Center on its Peoria, IL, campus this summer. The new facility will feature an HD/SD broadcast-control room to power the Braves’ new video displays, which will be integrated within the arena […]  More

BYU Broadcasting Equips New HD Truck with Miranda Routers, Monitors

Written on March 31, 2010 at 3:35 pm, by

Brigham Young University Broadcasting (BYUB) has completed the build of a new 51-foot HD mobile production truck, which is equipped with Miranda routing, interfacing, and monitoring systems. Diversified Systems built the new truck, which features eight HD cameras. It represents a key part of BYUB’s plan to increase and improve content production for transmission to […]  More

The Mtn. Announces 2010 Football Schedule

Written on March 31, 2010 at 3:19 pm, by

The Mtn. – MountainWest Sports Network in conjunction with the Mountain West Conference has announced its football telecast schedule for 2010.  The slate once again includes 30 games featuring Mountain West Conference teams over the 13-week season. All 30 games telecast by The Mtn. will be produced in HD. Mountain West Conference football kicks off […]  More

Omneon, XenData Team Up for Archive System

Written on March 31, 2010 at 2:50 pm, by

Omneon and XenData have teamed up to create a managed archive solution uniquely designed to address the media production and distribution workflow which the companies say improves efficiency, reduces complexity and lowers media storage costs. Omneon MediaGrid is integrated with digital video archives running XenData’s X64 Edition Archive Series software. The combined solution creates an […]  More

CSVS Q&A: Bryan Bray, Director of BaylorVision, Baylor University

Written on March 31, 2010 at 2:04 pm, by

In anticipation of the second-annual College Sports Video Summit, to be held June 8-9 in Atlanta, SVG has assembled a distinguished group of college sports-video experts to serve as the advisory board to help shape the event and ensure its relevance to the industry. Leading up to the two-day summit, SVG will check in with […]  More

Okaro Leaves ESPN To Join Bloomberg Multimedia

Written on March 31, 2010 at 1:10 pm, by

Bloomberg L.P. has named Oke Okaro global head of mobile for the Bloomberg Multimedia Group. Okaro will oversee all aspects of Bloomberg’s consumer-facing mobile business including the development of new mobile products and building commercial partnerships with content distributors, wireless carriers and other industry participants. Okaro will report to Bloomberg Multimedia CEO Andy Lack. “We’re […]  More

The Impossible Dream: Perfect Lip Sync

Written on March 31, 2010 at 10:55 am, by

There is definitely plenty that can be done to improve lip sync.  Making it perfect, however, might not be possible. Perhaps it would be best to start with a definition.  Lip sync is the synchronization of the sounds emerging from moving lips with the images of those moving lips.  No moving images, no lip-sync issues, […]  More

Sky Turns to Dedicated 3D Truck for New Channel

Written on March 31, 2010 at 9:28 am, by

Sky will launch its 3D channel on Saturday April 3 with the critical English Premier League title game between main contenders Manchester United and Chelsea. Facilities are being provided through Europe’s first stereoscopic outside-broadcast truck, which is operated by Telegenic and had a test outing on March 28, shadowing Sky’s 2D HD coverage of Liverpool’s […]  More

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