Recent Posts tagged with 1080p

SVG Summit 2018: 1080p HDR Production Workflows — Are We There Yet?

When it comes to future sports production formats, is 1080p combined with HDR the sweet spot in terms of cost and performance? At the SVG Summit 2018, Craig Bernstein, senior director, remote technical operations and engineering, NBC Sports; Brad Cheney, VP, field operations and engineering, Fox Sports; Mike Francis, VP, remote engineering and planning, CBS Sports; and Rob Willox, director of […]  More

Turner Sports Embarks on First-Ever 1080p Remote Production at ELEAGUE Major: Boston

Fresh off the announcement of an expanded live-streaming deal with Twitch, Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will host the conclusion of the first CS:GO Major Championship of 2018 —The ELEAGUE Major: Boston — live from Boston University’s Agganis Arena this weekend. The event, which is being streamed live on Twitch, isn’t just one of the largest […]  More

2014 NFL Preview: ESPN Goes for Wow Factor With Monday Night Football

Last September, ESPN unleashed its four-trailer mobile production unit on the sports-broadcasting world. NEP’s EN1 traveled the country for the 2013 Monday Night Football slate before taking on the network’s coverage of the NFL Draft, NBA Playoffs, and MLB All-Star Game. It even paved the way for the similarly configured ND1, which will handle Sunday […]  More

With HD2, Raycom Doubles Down on Remote Production

Raycom Sports’ first foray into the remote-production world was so fulfilling that the company is coming back for seconds. In the summer, Raycom unveiled HD2, a 53-ft. expando unit designed to meet sports production’s developing needs and to handle the growing Atlantic Coast Conference sports-rights packages that Raycom had acquired. It is a technological step […]  More

Sony, Diversified Systems Team Up on Dodgers’ 1080p-Capable HD Control Room

As part of Dodger Stadium’s $100 million renovation, the team completely gutted the existing SD control room to make way for new equipment and cabling capable of feeding 1080p content to the stadium’s new HD videoboards. To tackle the project, prime contractor Sony tapped Diversified Systems, which had integrated the stadium’s previous control room in […]  More

At IBC2012, Broadcast Waits for the Future To Become Clear

It has been a little less than two weeks since the sports-production community descended on Amsterdam for IBC2012, arguably the broadcast-technology conference that has the most-global feel: unlike the NAB Show, it isn’t dominated by khaki pants and polo shirts. Even better for attendees, it features more actual working prototypes than concepts. But there was […]  More

TranSPORT: 3D, 1080p Drive Innovation in Transmission Sector

Rising demand for next-generation services like 3D and 1080p television has meant challenging new terrain for the transport community in recent years. While the capture side of 3D and 1080p production has grown by leaps and bounds over the past three years, broadcasters have struggled to find efficient, high-quality ways to backhaul, distribute, and deliver […]  More

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