Recent Posts tagged with remote production

Op-Ed: Going Remote to Stay Close

It’s been a busy year so far at Lawo, albeit for different reasons than originally anticipated. While all hands were on deck to ready the equipment for major sporting events in the US, Japan, Europe and other parts of the world, covid-19 brought the world to a grinding halt. Or so it seemed.  More

Op-Ed: The Future of Live Sports Broadcasting: Challenges and Opportunities in Remote Production

A list of the most-watched televised events in history makes clear what the biggest draw for broadcasters and networks is. From the Olympic Games to the FIFA World Cup, to high-profile boxing bouts and the world’s leading tennis championships, live sports productions regularly deliver some of the world’s biggest TV audiences. Today’s fans have more […]  More

Mobile TV Group Takes Remote Production to Next Level With Launch of ‘​Cloud Control’

Mobile TV Group (MTVG) is launching its new ​Cloud Control ​live-game-production​ ​system – a groundbreaking new remote production workflow that enables production personnel normally in the mobile unit to work at their network offices. Cloud Control unlocks ultra low latency remote control to produce games with unlimited sources and replay (30+ cameras, Super Slo-mo, 4K) […]  More

Sportzcast Creates Scoreboard Data and Graphics for REMI and Cloud

While sports venues remain dark without the energy of fans, the same can be said about many broadcast control rooms around the country: linear networks like ESPN and esports powerhouses like Activision Blizzard are doing their jobs from home. One particular task in this new workflow, remote scoreboard graphics integration, remains bit daunting, but Sportzcast […]  More

SVG Sit-Down: NEP Integrated Solutions’ Scott Nardelli on Control Room Builds, Eventual Return to Live Sports

NEP Integrated Solutions is responsible for designing robust systems to meet the demanding requirements of broadcasters across the globe. For more than 35 years, the former Bexell ESS has offered experience and engineering expertise to solve the unique requirements of the broadcast, league, collegiate, corporate, esports, and entertainment markets. To navigate the uncharted waters of […]  More

Op-Ed: Remote Production – the Smarter Way to Get Sports Back on the Air as Lockdown Eases

There is without a doubt a huge amount of pent-up demand for live sports building in living rooms around the globe. In the face of social distancing and lockdowns, what was set to be a banner year for live sports – featuring everything from the most competitive NBA season in years, to some great NFL […]  More

Activision Blizzard Esports Blazes Cloud-Based Remote-Production Trail With Grass Valley’s New GV AMPP Platform

In April 2018, Activision Blizzard Esports knew that its newly minted Overwatch League operation would be moving from centralized tournaments at Blizzard Arena in Burbank, CA, to a home-and-away model in 2020. With that in mind, the broadcast team was on the lookout for a fully cloud-based remote-production system, which did not yet exist, to […]  More

Sony Takes Wraps Off Pair of New Compact Box Cameras for Remote Operation

Sony has introduced two new compact cameras – SRG-XP1 (POV) and SRG-XB25 (BOX) – that deliver 4K 60p images alongside full IP connectivity, expanding its remote camera line up. With product availability starting in August 2020, users can select the wide-angle SRG-XP1 or the optical zoom SRG-XB25, which offer users new options for sites that […]  More

ESPN Launches ‘Live at Home’ Remote-Production Workflow for The Jump

When The Jump returns to ESPN on Monday, the entire crew will be working from their homes – marking the first time ESPN is deploying a fully at-home workflow for one of its studio shows. The “Live at Home” remote-production workflow was developed in recent weeks by a committee that featured more than 30 ESPN […]  More

Live From Daytona 500: NASCAR Productions Embraces At-Home Workflow for Super Bowl of Racing

Since the start of last year, NASCAR Productions has been tinkering with new ways to bring the high-speed action on the track to millions in the U.S. and around the globe, and one of those tools is an at-home–production model. For the biggest race in auto racing, the Daytona 500, the company’s headquarters in Charlotte, […]  More

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