Monthly Archives: October 2015

Viewpoint: The Potential and Reality of AES67

Written on October 31, 2015 at 1:13 pm, by

The following Viewpoint is from Aidan Williams, CTO of Audinate, and appears at TheBroadcastBridge.com: Interest is growing in the broadcast industry about the AES67 standard, and its potential benefits as users transition from wired to networked audio systems. With a number of different networking options available, broadcasters welcome a standardized approach that supports basic interoperability […]  More

NFL Streaming on Yahoo: How Audio for London Game Got to Fans

Written on October 30, 2015 at 8:37 pm, by

By: Dan Daley, Audio Editor, Sports Video Group The first free, global live Internet broadcast of an NFL game sounded as good as it looked, but it took a complex process to get that audio from London to the fans via Atlanta and Sunnyvale, CA. The NFL and Yahoo teamed up for the historic live-streaming […]  More

World Series Power Outage: Teamwork, Quick Decision-Making Get Fox Back On-Air

Written on October 30, 2015 at 2:13 pm, by

When the twin-pack diesel power generator supplying juice to the Fox Sports World Series compound (as well as that of NHK and Televisa) failed during Game 1, it provided the kind of drama that no one working in sports-TV production wants. What happened on Tuesday night definitely does not happen frequently, but it does happen […]  More

World Series Power Outage: MLBN, MLB International Adjust on the Fly

Written on October 30, 2015 at 2:09 pm, by

When Fox Sports’ domestic live feed of Game 1 of the World Series dropped out during the fourth inning Tuesday night, the MLB world-feed production team unexpectedly entered a blinding spotlight. Thanks to some quick thinking and plenty of ingenuity, MLB Network and MLB International came through in the clutch, providing U.S. viewers with the […]  More

ESPN Shutters Grantland

Written on October 30, 2015 at 2:08 pm, by

In an abrupt and rather stunning move, ESPN announced on Friday that it would be suspending the publication of Grantland, the sports and pop-culture blog that was a popular division of the company’s overall digital strategy.  More

SVG On Demand: Jonathan Leess Dissects Pac-12 Networks’ IP-Production Workflows

Written on October 30, 2015 at 1:14 pm, by

The Pac-12 Networks has been innovating the live sports production industry with its IP Production model that allows for events to be produced from anywhere in the conference, right in the networks’ San Francisco-based studios. At SVG College: Bay Area [the latest event in the SVG College Regional Event Series] Jonathan Leess, EVP, Operations chats […]  More

SVG Sit-Down: Clear-Com President Bob Boster on the Company’s Diverse Role in Sports

Written on October 30, 2015 at 1:13 pm, by

Clear-Com, a real-time communications solutions and services provider, has enjoyed a strong 2015, highlighted by winning AV Product of the Year at the AV Awards for its Freespeak II product. Clear-Com president Bob Boster sits down with SVG’s Brandon Costa to chat about how the company is making an impact in various segments of the […]  More

Australia’s NINE Network Adds Lawo Video Processor in New Facility

Written on October 30, 2015 at 11:14 am, by

With a new purpose-built facility on the drawing board, Australian broadcaster NINE Network Australia aimed to speed up operational workflows while simultaneously creating more time for content production. The ambitious and demanding project was assigned to broadcast systems integration specialist Professional Audio & Television (PAT), with the brief to unite a diverse range of products […]  More

Chabot College Installs Calrec Summa Audio Console in TV Studio

Written on October 30, 2015 at 11:01 am, by

Chabot College, an accredited community college in California, has installed a Calrec Summa audio console in the TV studio at its media centre. Chabot College broadcasting students can now train using the same desk as the local CBS affiliate and many others in the broadcast industry. Having professional standard equipment also gives the college a […]  More

TRIOFILM TV Becomes First German Customer to Invest in EVS’ XT3 Server

Written on October 30, 2015 at 10:52 am, by

At IBC2015, a decade after becoming one of the first German broadcast facilities companies to invest in EVS’ XT server range, Triofilm TV will be the first German customer to implement EVS’ XT3 live production server with its latest features, including 12 HD/SD live rec/play channels and 10GigE network capabilities.  More

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