Recent Posts tagged with Sky

Inside Sky’s Premier League Implementation of Dolby Atmos

In early August Sky announced that it would be implementing Dolby Atmos in time for the 2017/18 Premier League season, allowing customers of its premium Sky Q service to enjoy all matches in 4K UHD with Dolby Atmos. It was an ambitious project that heralded significant challenges both for Sky’s own team and that of […]  More

Sky, Cisco Extend Multi-Year Agreement to Strengthen Video Security Bond, Increase Content Protection

As security concerns grow in a world of cloud-powered and OTT-to-any-screen video services, service providers are taking the necessary steps to protect their digital services – spanning Internet, video and mobile – from piracy, hacks and illegal activity. Sky and Cisco announced  that the companies have extended their collaboration to include a multi-year digital security agreement […]  More

Sky’s Build New HD Facility Around Calrec Consoles, Routers

Calrec Audio has sold Sky five of its latest-generation Apollo consoles, each in an 88-fader configuration, along with multiple smaller consoles and Calrec Hydra2 audio networking technology and infrastructure. The sale forms part of the ongoing build-out of Harlequin 1, Sky’s new combined HD studio, post-production, and broadcast control center, currently in Phase 1 of […]  More

At IBC 2010, Calrec and ATG Broadcast Reveal Their Efforts on Sky’s Harlequin 1

Talk of new broadcast centres being built is always encouraging at trade shows, and the progress of Sky’s Harlequin 1 centre was common gossip round IBC 2010 in Amsterdam last week. Calrec Audio and systems integrator ATG Broadcast are two companies fortunate enough to have got past the nondisclosure agreements so that they could announce […]  More

Upgraded CTV OB Trucks Cover Test Cricket

The first Test between England and Pakistan began July 29 at Trent Bridge, Nottinghamshire, with newly refurbished outside-broadcast trucks providing both the television host and UK highlights coverage. CTV OBs, facilities provider for Sky Sports, has upgraded its OB4 to HD and 5.1 surround sound on the main live feed, and terrestrial broadcaster Five’s edited […]  More

Sky, Telegenic Look to Grass Valley K2 Dyno for 3D Replays

UK Outside broadcast contractor Telegenic is using the Grass Valley K2 Dyno replay system (K2 Summit production client and the K2 Dyno replay controller) for 3D replays. The system is packed for easy transport in a flight-cased flyaway system and primarily used for sports coverage for UK-based entertainment and communications provider Sky. When deployed recently […]  More

Presteigne Charter Gets World Cup Kicks As BBC, ITV, and Sky Production Partner

With this year’s English Premiership season drawing to a close, it’s now only a matter of weeks before the FIFA World Cup 2010 presents itself to televisions around the globe. Stadiums throughout South Africa are preparing themselves for the onslaught of international football fans, teams are warming up and intercontinental broadcasters are getting ready for […]  More

Sky Turns to Dedicated 3D Truck for New Channel

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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