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MIKAEL JOHNSTON EXPANDS HIS MUSICAL REACH WITH AN API 1608 CONSOLE

mikael_johnston.JPGJESSUP, MARYLAND – AUGUST 2012: Mikael Johnston got his start in the music industry as a founding member of Mephisto Odyssey in 1993, one of the first American Electronic Dance Music acts to sign to Warner Brothers Records. From there, his charisma and solid musical sense led to a steady stream of writing, production, engineering and remix work with bands such as Jane’s more

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Shotoku Broadcast To Present New Pan Bar Control System to European Market

IBC Stand 11.F40

GEMINI TARGETS SPORTS AND OTHER HARD-TO-REACH EVENTS

Staines, UK • Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a well-established leader in camera support and virtual reality tracking, will present its new Gemini Pan Bar Control System (PBCS) to the European market at IBC 2012 in Hall 11, Stand 11.F40. Gemini, aimed at sports and special event productions where cameras need to be and cameramen cannot go, offers uncompromised and easy operation for hard-to-reach sites. Shotoku will also showcase its popular TR-T touch control system and the SPI-Touch unique positional calibration method for Virtual Studios, and have its full line of robotic and VR sensor Pan/Tilt heads, control systems and pedestals at show.

NEW
Gemini Pan Bar Control System (PBCS)
Gemini brings together two of Shotoku’s most advanced products from the Robotics and Manual VR Tracking ranges to provide a remote pan & tilt head so perfectly synchronized with the manual head that they truly act as one. Camera operators can work without compromise, in comfort and safety, wherever the camera needs to be.

Immediate control over the tracking speed, direction, range and ratio is provided at the touch of a button so any event can be captured close-up or telephoto, at low or high speed. Dedicated hardware tracking and a simple RS422 interconnection makes setup quick and easy and ensures highly reliable operation, time after time. The Gemini system can even support multiple remote heads, so a single operator may seamlessly switch between cameras to give any viewpoint on the action.

Any Shotoku remote head can be used to suit the payload and required location while the manufacturer’s SH series manual VR tracking head provides exceptional tracking resolution under all conditions. Dual pan bars, adjustable balance and an easy-fix monitor support platform make the system comfortable to use over extended periods.

Gemini systems were in high demand by high-profile venues for use at major international sporting events during summer 2012.

HIGHLIGHTS
TR-T Touch Control System
Shotoku’s latest version of its successful TR-T touch control system offers an enhanced system operation to meet demands of larger, complex facility-wide installations as well as smaller systems. The flexible TR-T system enables any control system in any location to easily and rapidly re-configure control of cameras and studios in other physical locations. Automated functions allow precise control over shot recall, with minimal intervention, enabling an operator to truly multi-task, without losing any on-air flexibility.

SPi-Touch
SPi-Touch offers a totally new way of positional calibration for Virtual Studios. Simply designate two different points through SPI-Touch’s viewfinder and press the button at each of the points. The camera position will be instantly calibrated. SPI-Touch eliminates the need to mark the studio floor and move the pedestal making calibration easy and fast.

About Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products with emphasis on manual and robotic pedestals and pan/tilt heads for the television broadcast industry. The Company also provides robotic camera systems capable of interfacing with third-party equipment. Established as an engineering design firm specializing in advanced mechanics and electronic control systems, Shotoku maintains headquarters in Japan with offices in Staines, UK and Torrance, CA. The Company’s robotic camera systems are designed, developed and manufactured in Staines, UK. For further information: www.Shotoku.co.uk
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Shotoku contact: James Eddershaw
+44 (0) 1784 224650 / mailto:info@shotoku.co.uk

Press contact: Desert Moon Communications / Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / mailto:Harriet@DesertMoonComm.com

D.A.S. AUDIO DEPLOYED AT METRO SOUTH CHURCH IN DETROIT AREA

*** Metro South Church sanctuary ***

Taylor, Michigan – August 2012 … As a non-denominational independent Christian church located in the southern suburbs of greater Detroit, Metro South Church is a vibrant, growing organization that caters to more than 1,500 people during their four Weekend Experiences. Recognizing the importance of delivering their message in a clear and appealing manner, church management recently elected to install a robust sound reinforcement system. After careful evaluation, the decision was made to deploy a new loudspeaker setup drawn from the Aero Series 2 catalog of Valencia, Spain-based D.A.S. Audio.

GC Pro, the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the requirements of professional users, was contracted to design and install Metro South Church’s new sound system. GC Pro Account Manager Paul Johnson, working in conjunction with Guitar Center Sales Associate Paul Long and D.A.S. Audio Regional Sales Manager Steve Trimble, oversaw the project. Ultimately, the new sound system included a sizeable contingent of D.A.S. Aero 12A powered two-way, mid-high line array modules along with LX-215A and LX-218CA sub bass enclosures. more

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FOR-A Unveils Multi-Matrix Color Corrector; Ideal for Live Sports and Post Production

Fort Lee, N.J.– FOR-A Corporation of America, a leading manufacturer of video and audio systems for the broadcast and professional video industries, is unveiling the DCC-7000—a new real-time, multi-matrix color corrector—ideal for live sports and post production applications. As the live HD/SD-SDI signal passes through the DCC-7000, this product performs real-time adjustment, enhancement, and color correction of up to 12 separate colors and hues in the video.

FOR-A has always been known as a leader in color correction, but the DCC-7000 brings its technical capabilities to a new level. While its predecessor, the DCC-70HS, was limited to the primary colors red-green-blue (RGB), the DCC-7000 offers 12-axis color correction, which includes RGB, saturation, and hue. It supports HDTV and SDTV standards, with 10-bit, 4:2:2 digital signal processing. Standards it supports include: 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 1080/24PsF, 1080/23.98PsF, 720/59.94p, 720/50p, 525/60 (NTSC), and 625/50 (PAL).

“This is a whole new class of color corrector from FOR-A,” said Pedro Silvestre, Sales Director, FOR-A America. “With the DCC-7000, live event producers now have an accurate way to adjust the colors and hues of live video from low-cost HD cameras that don’t have internal camera control units. These less expensive HD cameras are often placed on racetracks, goal posts, basketball nets, and other precarious locations to capture the action from exciting vantage points.

“The DCC-7000 can process these HD camera signals so that they match those of higher-end cameras. This ensures that all cameras present the same true colors of logos, uniforms, signage, and other image branding—which is critical to sponsors,” Silvestre said. “And this color correction gives the whole show a unified look.”

The DCC-7000 is a standalone unit, and it is available with the front panel control or with an external control panel for more accurate control.

“Considering its affordable price and real-time performance, it will also appeal to post production professionals as well as to those producing live television,” added Silvestre.

The DCC-7000 will be available for delivery next month.

About FOR-A

FOR-A is a major manufacturer and distributor of video and audio systems to the broadcast, postproduction and professional video markets. For more information about FOR-A’s product line, call 201-944-1120 or visit our web site at www.for-a.com.

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Shotoku Broadcast To Launch VR Version of Popular Two-Stage Pneumatic Pedestal

IBC Stand 11.F40

MANUAL CAMERA SUPPORT RANGE WILL ALSO HIGHLIGHT HEADS FOR OB AND A NEW TRIPOD SERIES

Staines, UK • Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, will introduce a new 2-stage pneumatic pedestal paired with a pan and tilt head developed for VR applications. The Company will also highlight a pan and tilt head designed for OB, studio and portable cameras, and a new tripod series, and its full line of manual camera support equipment in Hall 11, Stand 11.F40.

NEW
TP200VR 2-Stage Pneumatic VR Pedestal and SX300VR
Based on Shotoku’s popular TP200 2-stage pneumatic pedestal, the elegant new VR model is ergonomically designed and features reliable and accurate Shotoku mechanical X-Y tracking technology. The lightweight, high-capacity unit has a maximum payload of over 80kg (177 lbs.) and supports a wide-range of camera configurations. Its perfect balance column and base offer maximum stability and great operational flexibility. A foot operated parking brake and single-action cable guard enables precise movements and control at all times for fast and easy positioning.

The new SX300VR EFP VR tracking pan and tilt head presents the perfect companion for the TP200VR. Also featuring reliable and accurate Shotoku VR tracking technology, the SX300VR offers a continuously adjustable perfect counterbalance system. VISCAM ultimate fluid drag system ensures smooth, adjustable pan & tilt drag with enhanced torque.

HIghlights
SG900 Pan and Tilt Head
Ideal for outside broadcast, studio and portable cameras with teleprompters, the SG900 supports 90kg (198 lbs) and features smooth operation, single knob balance adjustment, and robust construction in an ergonomic design. The unit incorporates the VISCAM technology to control pan and tilt speed without vibration or shake, and REULAUX perfect balance system for maintaining the camera’s centre of gravity. The SG900 is suitable for various pedestals including the TP200 2-stage pneumatic pedestal.

SP Tripod Series
Shotoku’s professional SP tripod series provides easy-to-operate, robust systems that offer smooth and stress-free movement. The economical, streamlined and ergonomically designed models support payloads ranging from 2kg (4.4 lbs) up to 15kg (33lbs). The units support professional, ENG, and handheld cameras, and are all lightweight, compact and sturdy and feature pan & tilt brake knobs, a bowl clamping knob, and leg locks for firm and quick locking.

About Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products with emphasis on manual and robotic pedestals and pan/tilt heads for the television broadcast industry. The Company also provides robotic camera systems capable of interfacing with third-party equipment. Established as an engineering design firm specializing in advanced mechanics and electronic control systems, Shotoku maintains headquarters in Japan with offices in Staines, UK and Torrance, CA. The Company’s robotic camera systems are designed, developed and manufactured in Staines, UK. For further information: http://www.Shotoku.co.uk

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Shotoku contact: James Eddershaw
+44 (0) 1784 224650 / mailto:info@shotoku.co.uk

Press contact: Desert Moon Communications / Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / mailto:Harriet@DesertMoonComm.com

Media Vision USA Maintains Strong Growth Momentum, Appointing Kevin Stoner as Director of Operations

Kevin Stoner, Director of Operations

San Francisco, CA, August 16, 2012 – Kevin Stoner, following 17 years of experience in communications technology, has joined Media Vision USA as Director of Operations with responsibilities encompassing the oversight, management and guidance of large projects, customer service, and expansion activities.

With its fifth team addition in a year, Media Vision USA, the lead provider of conferencing and language interpretation technologies in North America, is one of the fastest growing companies in the AV industry. But Kevin Stoner, a 3-times marathon runner, can certainly manage the speed.

Kevin will be working out of the New York City office, opened by Media Vision in 2011. For the past 10 years, Kevin was based in Utah where he developed expertise in audio conferencing technologies and leadership skills. “Kevin has a solid track record of overachievements in all segments of our activities including product management, quality control and staff oversight“ says Fardad Zabetian, CEO of Media Vision “His strategic thinking and focus on the customer experience makes him an obvious fit for the position of Director of Operations, in accordance with our company’s customer-centric philosophy“.

Kevin is excited to be joining the diverse and dynamic team of Media Vision USA. He explains his career move highlighting “the opportunity to have a leadership position and effectively drive business operations in a context of continued growth”. “I see two reasons for this growth: first the company itself and its leadership, and second the products” Kevin explained, following two weeks of training at the California headquarters, “All product lines are very solid; but the TAIDEN 8300 Multimedia Terminals with touch screens show impressive advancements in the market and I am fully confident the TAIDEN R&D team will allow us to keep the edge“.

One of Kevin’s main responsibilities will be to act as Program Manager for the provision of congress microphones and simultaneous interpretation systems to the United Nations Headquarters in New York, a remarkable project recently awarded to Media Vision USA.

About Media Vision USA
Media Vision USA is a leading provider of professional wired and wireless conferencing solutions for meeting rooms, VTC boardrooms, training centers, council chambers and auditoriums. Supported by feature-rich, flexible technologies, powerful software, and a dedicated product engineering team, we work with system integrators and consultants to design conferencing solutions that improve the quality of the audio in the room, and outside the room for distance communication. Additional information can be found at www.mediavisionusa.com

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Wowza Software Powers First Live Public Trial of MPEG-DASH During the London Games

Streaming Origins for World’s First Live Demonstration of New Streaming Standard Provided by Wowza Media Server Software

EVERGREEN, Colo. — Aug. 16, 2012 — Wowza Media Systems LLC, the “Any Screen Done Right(R)” media server software company and member of the DASH Promoters Group, provided its Wowza Media Server(R) software for the first live public trial of Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH) during the London Games. In this trial, Wowza Media Server software enabled multiscreen content delivery to Android(TM) and iOS devices via the MPEG-DASH standard. This marked the first large-scale, multivendor deployment of MPEG-DASH. more

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133rd AES Convention Signals Expanded Broadcast/Streaming Media Sessions

Diverse Media Playback, New Techniques, Hot Technology

SAN FRANCISCO: Relevant and enlightening, AES Convention Broadcast/Streaming Sessions are among the most diverse and popular fielded at the event. “Back for his 26th consecutive turn as Broadcast/Streaming Chair, David Bialik consistently develops meaningful sessions which literally pack the halls,” remarked Committee Co-Chair, Jim McTigue. “We count on David to deliver high-level, entertaining and informative presentations that keep attendees coming back year after year.” The 133rd AES Convention is scheduled for Oct. 26-29 at the SF Moscone Center.

“Our goal is to provide meaningful information in the most accessible format,” Bialik reports. “We make a special effort to develop mini-tracks focused on topic-related issues. For example, attendees will find groupings of events on Troubleshooting, and Audio for TV, Radio, & Streaming, which are virtually crash courses on these issues. And, we stress the point that these events are discussions of technologies and techniques, not sales presentations. The AES Convention continues to serve as an essential destination for the serious audio professional,” Bialik adds.

133rd AES Convention Broadcast And Streaming Media Sessions Include:

What Happens to Your Production When Played Back On Diverse Media? Chair,David Bialik, CBS; Frank Foti, OMNIA; Greg Ogonowski, ORBAN; Karlheinz Brandenberg, FRAUNHOFFER; Steve Greenberg, S-Curve; Robert Orban, ORBAN and George Massenburg, McGill University. – This all-star panel will address one of today’s key production/post production issues. Faced with a plethora of costly and not always compatible, formats and playback systems, sound engineers and mixers frequently find their mixes sound remarkably dissimilar when played on various systems and formats. Comprised of leaders in broadcast, streaming, recording, technology & software design and production/ post-production, this blue ribbon panel will discuss common problems and potential solutions.

Loudness and Metadata (Living With The CALM Act) – Chair, Joel Spector, independent broadcast consultant, Andrew Mason, BBC; Robert Murch, Fox Television; Lon Neumann, Tim Carrol, Linear Accoustic; Jim Starzinsinki, NBC/Universal; Robert Seidel, CBS; Robert Murch, Fox – One of the most hotly debated and universally welcomed (by TV viewers) legislations passed by Congress in recent years, the Commercial Advertising Loudness Mitigation Act (CALM) is the culmination of a long and passionate public advocacy campaign. What effect will the passage of this act have on broadcasters?

Facility Design: A User’s Evaluation Of Integral Acoustic Products & Materials: Chair, John Storyk – A panel of four leading studio contractors and installation experts: (TBD) will provide a real-world users survey of products and acoustic materials commonly (and occasionally) incorporated in critical listening environments. Optimal options for doors, glass, HVAC, variable acoustic panels, furniture, equipment racks and other integral components of today’s high-end (and budget conscious) TV and Radio broadcast facilities will be discussed. This is not an advertorial event. Contractor recommendations are based on personal field experience. Product considerations are based on their ability to provide cost-effective solutions to a myriad of technical and aesthetic issues.

*Stream Distribution – IP in the Mobile Environment: Moderator David Layer, NAB, Panel: Samuel Sousa, Triton Digital; Mike Daskalopoulos, Dolby; other participants TBA – The public demands portability for stream listening, whether in handheld mobile devices or cars. This panel will discuss current capabilities, future possibilities, and potential hurdles.

Audio for Mobile Television: TBA; Dave Wilson, CEA; Jim Starzinsinki, NBC/Universal; Robert Murch, Fox Television; Geir Skaaden, DTS other participants, TBA – This technology is currently being rolled out in the US. The discussion will encompass transmission and audio concerns for this emerging, low bandwidth terrestrial service.

Broadcast Audio Networking Techniques: Dan Braverman, Radio Systems; Greg Shay, Telos Alliance; Tag Borland, Logitek Ravena – Wiring, routing and configuring broadcast studios has evolved into a sophisticated networking process for audio and control functions This session will explore a variety of established and emerging technologies and techniques for implementing and configuring broadcast studios to accommodate fully networked audio and video control functions.

Sound Design: How Does That ‘Thing’ Go Bump In The Night? Co-Moderators, Sue Zizza & David Shinn, SueMedia Productions – Whether you are working with props, recording sounds on location, or using prerecorded library sounds, the elements you choose will impact the aesthetics of the stories you tell. Illustrated by scenes from the AES Performance, Poe A Life and Stories in Sound, this session will explore working with sound effects props in the studio and location recording elements. A brief overview of sound effects libraries will be included.

The Broadcast/Streaming Track Includes:

Understanding Codecs: Chair, Barry Mishkind, Broadcasters Desktop Resource; Kirk Harnack, TELOS; Chris Tobin, MUSICAM USA; JJ Johnston, consultant; Jeff Riedmiller, Dolby – Techniques for maximizing the effectiveness of codecs developed to encode or decode a digital data stream or signal will be discussed in depth.

The Streaming Experience Samuel Sousa, TRITON DIGITAL; participants TBA
Audio Encoding for Streaming: Samuel Sousa, TRITON DIGITAL; JT, Limelight; Casey Cambra, Dolby; Robert Reams, Streaming Appliances/DSP Concepts; Other participants & chair TBA

Additional Broadcast/Streaming Events Include:
* Working with HTML5: Chair Valerie Tyler, Greg Ogonowski, ORBAN; other participants TBA
* Audio Processing Basics: JJ Johnston; Frank Foti, OMNIA; Bob Orban, ORBAN; Participants, TBA.
* Listener Fatigue: Chair Dave Wilson Craig Kasper, Audiologist; Sean Olive, JBL: Robert Reams, Streaming Appliances/DSP Concepts
* Lip Sync Experiment: Chair, Jonathan Abrams, Nutmeg Post; participants TBA
* Troubleshooting Software Issues: Chair, Jonathan Abrams, Nutmeg Post; participants TBA
* Maintenance, Repair & Troubleshooting: Chair, Kirk Harnack; Bill Sacks and Kim Sacks, Optimod Refurbishing; Bob Moore, Mooretronix
* “Poe A Life In Sound” A live performance starring Phil Proctor of Firesign Theater & Disney animated film voiceover fame. Produced & directed by Sue Zizza of SueMedia, with sound design by David Shinn.

Photo: AES 133rd Convention Broadcast/Streaming Chair David Bialik

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The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org

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Media Technology Expo Tackles Important Topics During Two-Day Seminar Schedule

SEATAC, WA — Media Technology Expo (MTE), which runs Sept. 26-27 at Leftbank Annex in Portland, Ore., will offer more than a dozen free educational seminars for attendees. Presented by professional video and audio systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS), the MTE seminar schedule includes topics like audio loudness and multi-screen delivery, as well as general video production sessions on lighting and file-based workflows.

“We have a diverse group of attendees, and our seminar schedule reflects that diversity with topics for broadcasters and other video professionals,” said Arco Groenenberg, expo manager. “With these free educational seminars, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall full of new products, Media Technology Expo is shaping up to be the can’t miss event for video professionals in the Pacific Northwest.”

The Sept. 26 schedule starts at 10 a.m. with “Streaming Your House of Worship Service to Mobile Devices,” followed by sessions on file-based workflow and audio loudness. Afternoon sessions include “Video Applications over IP and Telco Networks” and “Audio DSP and Audio System Control.” On Sept. 27, sessions include “Lighting Tips and Tricks” and “Success in the Changing World of Media and Broadcast Facility Infrastructure.”

MTE is designed to appeal to broadcast, house of worship, corporate, cable, live event, government, and independent video professionals. Registration is free and includes food and beverages during the show, but space is limited. For the full seminar schedule, as well as registration and vendor information, visit www.mediatechexpo.com.

About ABS:

Based in SeaTac, WA, ABS (Advanced Broadcast Solutions) delivers customized, technologically superior solutions for broadcast, corporate, house of worship, entertainment, government, and educational facilities – from design and integration to installation and support services. Since 1982, its experienced technical staff has installed more than 700 systems for clients including Fisher Communications, Cowles California Media, Real Networks, Cisco Systems, and Microsoft Studios. For more information, call 206-870-0244 or visit www.advancedbroadcastsolutions.com.

Kramer Introduces the 840Hxl HDMI Test Pattern Generator

Kramer Electronics is pleased to introduce the high-performance 840Hxl HDMI Test Pattern Generator. The 840Hxl can generate 32 preset patterns including several unique patterns incorporating motion, at 16 popular predefined resolutions. In addition, this unit has the ability to setup and store seven user−defined resolutions.

The 840Hxl can be used not only as a basic pattern generator, but also as an invaluable advanced HDMI troubleshooting device. The user can easily select the pattern, the resolution, the color depth, and the color space of the output HDMI signal, either through the front panel buttons or the included computer software. The 840Hxl also has extensive audio capabilities allowing the user to change the unit’s sampling frequency (44kHz, 48kHz, 88kHz, 96kHz, 176kHz and 192kHz) and bit depth (16 bit, 20 bit and 24 bit).

An important feature of the 840Hxl is the ability to read and adapt to the display’s EDID (Extended Display Identification Data). The 840Hxl has an “Output Native Resolution” setting which reads the detailed mode line of the native resolution of the display’s EDID. It then sets its output to send the optimum resolution to the connected display. In this mode, the 840Hxl operates less like a test pattern generator and more like a computer graphics card that adapts to whatever is connected to it. In today’s world of non-standard resolutions where every display is slightly different, this ability is indispensable.

Another unique and powerful troubleshooting feature included in the 840Hxl is the ability to toggle HDCP on and off. This allows the user to individually isolate the HDCP signal with one button, to determine whether HDCP is the reason that a source is not working.

The 840Hxl has an HDMI output, five dual-function control buttons, and two single-function buttons. It includes a USB port, and RS−232 port, for connecting to a controlling PC (PC control software is included). The unit has a two-digit display, power LED, and an onboard EPROM option that saves the last unit settings.

The 840Hxl is housed in a compact Kramer MultiTOOLS® enclosure, and sells in the United States at a list price of $640.00 per unit. The 840Hxl is currently in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world. Complete product information can be found at www.kramerus.com.

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