Recent Posts tagged with Telecast

UF’s GatorVision Teams With WUFT-TV, Beck Associates on Centralized Control Room

Even a school like the University of Florida, which boasts a powerhouse budget to match its storied athletics program, is always looking for the most cost-effective, efficient solutions to produce video, while also maintaining the highest possible quality. So when the school’s GatorVision sports-production department began looking to build a new centralized control room on […]  More

Inertia Unlimited Rolls Out Latest High-Speed Phantom Cam

April is a busy month for Inertia Unlimited, with Major League Baseball throwing out the first pitch on the 2012 season and the NHL ramping up for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. With that in mind, the specialty-camera provider will incorporate Vision Research’s newly released Phantom v642 high-speed digital camera in its X-Mo system for all […]  More

Cowboys Stadium Enhances In-Venue Video Operations

The Cowboys Stadium production crew will offer a better experience for fans of the Dallas Cowboys this year. A new Sony camera coupled with a Link wireless transmission system, Txtstation’s cellular-based polling system, and an additional replay system will deliver new content to the massive scoreboards that dominate the venue. “We demoed the Grass Valley […]  More

Inside Look at ESPN 3D Highlights SVG’s 3D & Beyond Summit

During an eventful day of sessions at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City on Wednesday, SVG hosted more than 100 industry leaders at its inaugural 3D & Beyond Summit. During the event — which was sponsored by Sony, Teranex, Bexel, Intelsat, Panasonic, Telecast, and Vizrt — Sony Electronics announced the renewal of its […]  More

Telecast Fiber Thor Family Strengthens DVI Offering

It may have missed its own movie premiere but the Thor family of fiber optic interfaces for conversion and handling of DVI signals is now available from Telecast Fiber. The new Thor product line includes the Thor-S, which is a combination multiplexer, repeater, and crosspoint switcher, and the Thor-C line of analog converters and extenders. […]  More

NAB Perspectives: Telecast’s Hurwitz Talks Triax vs. SMPTE

Jim Hurwitz, director of product management and marketing for Telecast Fiber, has been watching a fight brew in the sport industry between those who are resisting moving to optical cabling and those who are standing by triax. “The fight between the triax and SMPTE cable users has not yet been solved,” Hurwitz says. “In the […]  More

Beck Associates Builds BYU a Truck, Without the Wheels

With four television stations originating on campus, Brigham Young University produces enough content to require both home and away production trucks. However, rather than purchase a second HD expando, the university’s broadcast center decided to take a different route. With help from Beck Associates, BYU broadcasting is turning a production-control room into a multipurpose production […]  More

Technical Overview: Inside the First HD British Open

The 150th Open golf championship tournament took place this year at the sport’s spiritual home, St Andrews in Scotland, and was fittingly broadcast for the first time in native HD. Host broadcaster the BBC and U.S. network ESPN laid on comparable technical productions to capture the rain and windswept event, which culminated in relative unknown […]  More

IBC 2010: Telecast To Unveil Third-generation CopperHead Transceivers

At IBC 2010, Telecast will introduce it third-generation CopperHead camera-mounted transceivers, HD POV robotic links, and several of its latest 3D technologies. “At IBC 2010, attendees will see first-hand how we are continuing to expand our product lines to meet the ever-evolving challenges of today’s live studio and remote productions,” says Steve DeFrancesco, VP/GM of […]  More

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