Recent Posts tagged with Ross

IBC 2016: Ross Video acquires Abekas

Ross Video announced the acquisition of Abekas, adding core video server technology, replay, and profanity delay systems into their product portfolio.  More

Sports Venue Technology Summit: UW’s Husky Stadium Epitomizes Today’s Connected Venue

With videoboards, IPTV deployments, and in-venue connectivity that increasingly rival the pros, collegiate athletics continue to make their mark in the venue space. The University of Washington’s newly renovated Husky Stadium boasts these enhancements plus new premium areas, wider concourses and aisles, and an 85,000-sq.-ft. football-operations center.  More

SEC Network Preview: Kyle Field Redevelopment Creates ‘Perfect-Storm Moment’ for Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions

The highly anticipated and publicized launch of the SEC Network is imminent, but it has had an impact on the conference’s 14 member institutions, their respective video departments, and network partner ESPN for over a year. As part of SVG’s countdown to the SEC Network, we will take you inside the cases, faces, and places […]  More

Brazil Cable Sports Is Ready To Rise

The Sportel Rio conference in Rio de Janeiro last week brought together sports-rights holders and sellers last week and also provided an opportunity for the Sports Video Group to chair a session featuring some of the top leaders in the nation’s growing cable-sports market, a segment of the industry that is experiencing rapid growth. And, […]  More

VTS 2010: Control-Room Technologies Shift to Tapeless

At SVG’s third-annual Venue Technology Summit Nov. 10, professionals from leagues, teams, broadcast networks, and technology companies involved with arena builds and renovations took the stage at New Meadowlands Stadium to discuss the latest trends in control-room technology. The challenges facing the industry range from balancing the needs of multiple clients — different sports teams, […]  More

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