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Calrec Makes Follow-Up Sale to Russia’s NTV-PLUS

HEBDEN BRIDGE, U.K. — Aug. 7, 2013 — Calrec Audio announces repeat business from NTV-PLUS, a Russian subscription satellite and HD service that broadcasts sports, news, movies, documentaries, and children’s TV. NTV-PLUS has installed two more Artemis Beam consoles and a Hydra2 router core in its Moscow studios. The new gear will enable NTV-PLUS to produce 5.1 surround sound and share consoles among its four studios with full redundancy. NTV-PLUS became Calrec’s first customer in Russia when it purchased its first two Artemis Beam desks last year.

“We focus heavily on live sports production, so we need a versatile system with robust equipment we can count on. We purchased our first Calrec consoles last year to use during Wimbledon and then rented three consoles during the London Games. We were impressed, so now we’re upgrading all of our studios to Calrec,” said Oleg Kolesnikov, chief technology officer at NTV-PLUS. “Being able to route audio signals and share consoles across all of our studios gives us complete redundancy.”

NTV-PLUS installed two full-featured, 48-fader Artemis Beam consoles, which come standard with Calrec’s Hydra2 audio routing capabilities that enable the desks to communicate with each other. The satellite company also purchased a stand-alone Hydra2 router core so that it can easily place all of its Calrec consoles and their associated I/O on the network, and ensure easy expansion of the network later. Based on 8192² router modules, Hydra2 allows connection of audio sources and system components over copper or fiber, with signals routed to any consoles or I/O boxes on the same network.

Having the Artemis Beam consoles in all studios means NTV-PLUS can produce 5.1 audio efficiently throughout the company, which was the main reason for upgrading the studios. Without the new consoles, NTV-PLUS was forced to embed the audio signals into the video signals and then de-embed them for mixing after they went through the video router. It was a cumbersome process for the engineers, especially in real-time operations. Now, with the digital Hydra2 network, NTV-PLUS can route the signals on the premises without ever touching the video router.

“Calrec gives us the perfect balance of cost and features, as well as an exceptional level of support, which can be hard to find in Russia,” Kolesnikov said. “Because of the consoles and router core, we’ve been able to abandon the constant incremental expansion of our router. We’re avoiding mistakes and missed connections and we no longer need a backup console in each studio in case of failure, which saves us money and down time.”

Commissioning is expected to be complete in mid-August, and then NTV-PLUS plans to upgrade its sound studios, which primarily handle the voice-overs for incoming sports feeds. The new setup will be especially useful when NTV-PLUS launches the terrestrial version of its 24/7 sports channel, and will also help the satellite service to produce more Games-related programming during the 2014 Winter Games. NTV-PLUS will also take advantage of Calrec’s rental services to rent five more consoles from Calrec’s partner OKNO-TV during the games.

“Our goal is to provide every customer with high-quality, reliable equipment and support to match, because we want them to keep coming back. This repeat business from NTV-PLUS shows that we met our goal once again, and that clearly the company feels its initial decision to purchase Calrec consoles was the right one,” said Mike Reddick, Calrec’s manager of European sales. “This new order doubles the number of Calrec consoles at NTV-PLUS, and the addition of a Hydra2 router core lets them network, share, and expand easily and cost-effectively.”

The Artemis console and Hydra2 audio routing system will be on display at IBC2013 on stand 8.C58. Information about Calrec and its products is available at www.calrec.com and www.community.calrec.com.

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Photo Caption: Egor Sakharov, NTV-PLUS senior audio specialist, works with a 48-fader Calrec Artemis console.

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About Calrec Audio Ltd.
Calrec Audio, part of D&M Holdings Inc., is exclusively dedicated to excellence in audio mixing for on-air and live production. A broadcast specialist for more than 40 years, Calrec has developed a range of digital consoles relied on by the world’s most successful broadcasters. For putting sound in the picture, broadcasters put their trust in Calrec. More information is available at www.calrec.com and www.community.calrec.com.

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Broadcast Pix Extends ‘Sizzling Summer’ Trade-In Program

Promotion Includes Special Incentives for Slate Owners

Billerica, Massachusetts – August 6, 2013 – Broadcast Pix™ today announced it is extending its Sizzling Summer Trade-In Program. Through Aug. 31, 2013, customers who trade in any video production system can receive up to $4,000 toward the purchase of a Broadcast Pix Flint™, Granite™, or Mica™ system.

Broadcast Pix Slate™ customers get special trade-in incentives. In addition to the established discounts toward a new Broadcast Pix system, Slate owners receive a $2,000 discount toward a control panel upgrade, an additional year of warranty coverage, and a choice of free camera control software or Fluent Rapid CG.

“Our latest integrated production systems accommodate cloud-based content, as well as traditional file-based studio content and multiple video camera formats,” said Steve Ellis, Broadcast Pix CEO. “Plus, our systems include a number of built-in features, including a customizable multi-view, Inscriber CG, virtual sets, clip and graphic stores, and external device controls. There’s never been a better time to upgrade to Broadcast Pix.”

Purchase orders for the Sizzling Summer Trade-In Program must be received by Aug. 31, 2013, and trades must be received 45 days after receipt of the new Broadcast Pix product. For full details, visit www.broadcastpix.com.

About Broadcast Pix The leader in live video production systems with end-to-end integration, Broadcast Pix was founded in 2002 and has customers in more than 110 countries. Its Video Control Centers™ combine an integrated switcher, clip server, CG, and external control software with patented control panels, unique touch-screens, and exceptional displays. Systems range from compact systems controlled by touch-screen or voice automation to large sophisticated control panels. Customers include leading broadcast, streaming, sports, corporate, education, religious, and government studios. Learn more at www.broadcastpix.com.

Broadcast Pix, Flint, Granite, Mica, and Slate are trademarks of Broadcast Pix, Inc. Patented. Made in USA.

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Autoscript Showcases Prompting Solutions for Texas Association of Broadcasters at 60th Annual Convention & Trade Show

AUSTIN, AUGUST 7, 2013—Autoscript, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, and a world-leading teleprompting company, will head to Texas this week, showcasing its latest prompting solutions at the Texas Association of Broadcasters 60th Annual Convention & Trade Show (Booth 16). For attendees at the largest state broadcast association convention in the United States, Autoscript will demonstrate its award-winning E.P.I.C. (Enhanced Prompting Information Centre) all-in-one prompter display and on-air talent monitor and ELP15 entry-level on-camera prompter, in addition to other company offerings.

“The E.P.I.C. has seen tremendous interest from broadcasters in the U.S. since its introduction, and we look forward to demonstrating its unique capabilities at the show,” says Robin Brown, product manager, Autoscript. “Attendees will find that the E.P.I.C. offers broadcasters a streamlined system that is not only quick and easy to set up, but also provides the functionality of the fully featured studio systems they’re accustomed to using.”

The E.P.I.C. is a unique all-in-one prompter display and on-air talent monitor that vastly simplifies studio equipment while retaining the advanced features and functions of the Autoscript LED prompter series. The groundbreaking design, which replaces two pieces of equipment with one, features a unique integrated flip-down talent monitor, making the system ideal for both studio and location production. Compared to separate prompter-monitor configurations, this ergonomic system reduces overall weight, increasing compatibility with robotic/support systems. It also streamlines cable management for video, tally signal and timecode display, and lowers power consumption with the capability to run the entire system via one power cable. E.P.I.C. can also incorporate Autoscript’s WinPlus newsroom software—the most popular prompting application in daily usage around the world. The Windows-based WinPlus adds the ease of point-and-click functionality to an intuitive on-screen edit display.

Also on-site will be the company’s entry-level prompter, the ELP15 Plus. The perfect prompting solution for schools, colleges, universities and broadcasters, the ELP15 Plus offers a 15-inch monitor that is energy efficient—ensuring longevity, performance and reliability, while contributing to green energy savings. It boasts 400 nits of brightness, composite, VGA and s-video inputs and the image-reversal capabilities necessary for prompting. “The ELP15 Plus is a lightweight prompter, weighing just five pounds, making it an ideal teleprompter for entry-level users, while also offering great performance in the newsroom,” adds Brown.

For more information, visit Booth 16 or www.Autoscript.tv.

About Autoscript
Autoscript is the world leader in the prompting industry, providing professional teleprompting equipment to broadcasters across the globe. Established in the UK in 1984, with headquarters in the UK and the US, Autoscript designs and builds innovative hardware, PC cards and software to meet real world needs and continually enhance the production process. A prime example of this is Autoscript’s latest product, the E.P.I.C. (Enhanced Prompting Information Centre), an all-in-one prompter display and on-air talent monitor that vastly simplifies studio equipment, reduces power consumption and enables easier location prompting. Autoscript is a member of the Vitec Group.

For more information visit www.autoscript.tv.

About Vitec Videocom
Vitec Videocom brings together some of the most respected, most innovative and most sought-after brands in the industry: Anton/Bauer, Autoscript, Camera Corps, Litepanels, OConnor, Petrol Bags, Sachtler, Vinten and Vinten Radamec. It acts as an endorsing brand for these market-leading broadcast, film and pro video products, encouraging multi-brand system sales and simplifying the way that customers worldwide do business.

Vitec Videocom is an operating division within the Vitec Group, an international business serving customers in the broadcast, photographic and military aerospace and government markets. Vitec is based on strong, well known, premium brands on which its customers rely on worldwide.

Vitec Videocom – advancing the quality and science of media production.

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BenQ Introduces World’s First Wireless Projector With Built-in 5-GHz WHDI(TM) Technology

W1500 Introduces Cable-Free Flexibility, Full-HD 1080p Resolution, Mobile Device Integration, and 3D Support

IRVINE, Calif. — Aug. 7, 2013 — BenQ America Corp., the world’s No. 1 DLP(R) projector brand and globally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, today announced the availability of the new W1500 wireless full-HD (FHD) home entertainment projector supporting the Wireless Home Digital Interface(TM) (WHDI(TM)). Designed to provide complete source connectivity without the need for cabling, the W1500 enables simple installation, easy operation, 3D support, and full mobile device integration. The projector delivers an amazing one billion stunning colors with Colorific(TM) image quality for accurate, crisp, and long-lasting color, in addition to BenQ’s world-leading SmartEco(TM) lamp-saving technology to deliver a hassle-free home theater experience at a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

The world’s first wireless projector with built-in 5-GHz WHDI technology, the W1500 projects uncompressed full-HD 1080p content from sources such as Blu-ray(TM) and DVD players, AV-R players, set-top boxes, and gaming consoles without the need for HDMI(R) cables. The projector also supports wireless connectivity with any mobile device such as an iPad(R) or Apple(R) TV. The result is future-proofed setups and a simpler installation process by enabling complete freedom of projector placement.

“By releasing the world’s first wireless FHD projector with 3D support, BenQ is reconfirming its position at the forefront of the home projector marketplace,” said Bob Wudeck, Associate Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at BenQ America Corp. “The W1500 brings complete wireless connectivity to all popular home theater applications, resulting in easier setup, cleaner-looking entertainment spaces, and lower installation costs. We’ve also included our world-leading SmartEco technology to enable up to 6,000 hours of lamp life, giving our customers access to bright picture performance, energy savings, and a lower TCO.”

Using BenQ’s Colorific image quality, the W1500 provides vivid and accurate color reproduction, high brightness, crisp contrast, and long-lasting quality. The projector features 2200 ANSI lumens, Rec. 709 color gamut, and DarkChip3(TM) DLP technology, which further increases brightness for deeper blacks. Featuring a six-segment color wheel to produce realistic color depth and frame interpolation, the W1500 uses motion estimation/motion compensation (MEMC) technology for smooth picture quality. In addition, the projector is ISFccc-certified by the Imaging Science Foundation(R) (ISF(R)), enabling viewers to enjoy a professionally calibrated picture with two optimized modes — ISF Day and ISF Night — for an enhanced entertainment experience.

Using the 5-GHz radio transmission band, the W1500 projector transfers both 2D and 3D HD video and audio with the same seamless quality and zero latency as a wired connection over distances of up to 65 feet. For the total 3D experience, the projector supports HDMI, full 3D timing, NVDIA(R) 3DTV Play(TM), and 2D to 3D conversion. With the W1500, BenQ is introducing its newly redesigned 3D glasses, which are optional. To add convenience for portable applications, the W1500 features 2x 10-W speakers, audio inputs and outputs, as well as SRS Wow audio sound, vertical lens shifting, and 1.6x big zoom capabilities. For installations where space is at a premium, the projector’s short-throw ratio of 84 inches at 6 feet from the screen ensures maximum flexibility for any environment.

Now offered across the BenQ home entertainment projector lineup, the leading SmartEco technology automatically adjusts lamp power based on input content, providing optimal contrast and brightness output while saving energy. As a result, the W1500 increases lamp life up to 6,000 hours without any image-quality compromise. In “Eco Blank” mode, the projector blanks out the screen whenever projection isn’t needed, saving up to 70 percent of lamp power while a “No Source Detected” mode automatically lowers brightness to 30 percent when no display has been detected for more than three minutes. In “Standby” mode, the W1500 lowers power consumption to less than 0.5 W during periods of inactivity.

BenQ’s W1500 FHD wireless projector is now shipping at an MSRP of $2,299. More information is available at www.BenQ.us.

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About BenQ America Corp.
The BenQ digital lifestyle brand stands for “Bringing Enjoyment and Quality to Life,” fusing lifestyle with technology, enjoyment with productivity, and aesthetic design with engineering. It is this mantra that has made BenQ the No. 1-selling DLP(R) projector brand worldwide, as well as the No. 1 name in short-throw projectors. BenQ America Corp. offers an extensive line of visual display and presentation solutions that incorporate the very latest technologies. The company delivers a broad range of projectors, flat-panel displays, and monitors for any application and market — education, home, gaming, enterprise, government, house of worship, digital signage, A/V and IT — with cutting-edge models that lead the industry in performance, reliability, environmental sustainability, and aesthetics. Whether it’s interactive digital whiteboards for classrooms, full HD 3D projectors for home theaters, short-throw projectors for boardrooms, interactive flat-panel displays for digital signage, or LED backlight monitors for professional gaming, BenQ continues to defy the limits of digital displays. The company’s products are available across North America through leading value-added distributors, resellers, and retailers.

More information is available at www.BenQ.us.

About BenQ Corporation
BenQ Corporation is a renowned global trendsetter of connected digital lifestyle devices founded on the brand promise of “Bringing Enjoyment and Quality to Life.” With a keen insight into ever-evolving consumer preferences, BenQ uniquely creates the ideal balance of leading technology and signature design to provide visual and mobile solutions that elevate consumer lifestyles. BenQ continues to delight the world’s consumers with a broad product and embedded technology portfolio spanning digital projectors, monitors, interactive large-format displays, digital cameras and camcorders, mobile computing devices, and lighting solutions.

About BenQ Group
The BenQ Group is a $21+ billion powerhouse comprised of 16+ independent companies operating in over 30 countries across numerous industries with a combined workforce of over 120,000 employees. Each Group member is a recognized leader in its own field, contributing to the BenQ Group’s vast resources, broad R&D, and distinct strategic strengths. By leveraging each company’s vertical specialization to create true scale across horizontal markets, the BenQ Group controls a highly efficient value chain with the unrivaled ability to deliver critical components and world-class solutions in the following industries: TFT-LCD, green energy, fine chemicals and advanced materials, lighting, IC design, precision components, system integration, branded business, and service. The Group is committed to profitable and sustainable businesses that share its long-standing vision of Bringing Enjoyment and Quality to Life.

The BenQ Group companies are: BenQ Corporation, AU Optronics Corporation (world’s top manufacturer of large-size TFT-LCD panels), Qisda Corporation, Darfon Electronics Corporation, BenQ Materials Corp., BenQ Guru Corp., BenQ Medical Center, BenQ Medical Technology Corp., BriView Co., Ltd., Daxin Materials Corp., Dazzo Technology Corp., Forhouse Corp., Lextar Electronics Corp., Raydium Semiconductor Corp., and Wellypower Corp.

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Wyrestorm Grows Its Global Technical Support and Marketing Team

 

 

 

Memphis, TN – August 7, 2013 — Wyrestorm, a global manufacturer that specializes in innovative HD audio and video distribution products and a leading adopter of HDBaseT technology, is proud to announce the promotion of Dave Schorah and Glen Harvey within its technical support and management team, and welcome James Meredith and Katie Sylvia to its global marketing team. These appointments are key additions to the growing company to increase its momentum, further Wyrestorm’s commitment to providing the highest level of product innovation, and to support integrators and distribution partners worldwide.

Wyrestorm CEO Derek Hulbert states, “Wyrestorm has significantly expanded its global presence and sales over the last 15 months with new product introductions and expanded marketing and sales programs. The addition of these key, strategic positions will undoubtedly help us to continue to achieve the ultimate level of innovation and support that our customers have come to expect from Wyrestorm. Dave and Glen have proven invaluable to our team. I am also confident that James and Katie will quickly bring the same level of commitment and value to our partners and customers.”

Dave Schorah and Glen Harvey are current team members who have been promoted within the Wyrestorm organization. Schorah has been with Wyrestorm since the company’s inception, supporting Wyrestorm integrators and distributors as the group technical manager. With his appointment to product development manager, he will now focus on market analysis, benchmarking, and managing the product development teams and processes. Schorah brings a wealth of technical knowledge, problem solving, factory liaison, and management experience at Wyrestorm, as well as previous experience as an A/V integration engineer for a UK-based integration company, electrical retail management, and commercial staging, lighting and sound integration.

Glen Harvey moves to the group technical manager role where he will manage Wyrestorm’s global technical support team. Harvey will be tasked with managing, as well as improving practices to ensure all integration partners get the most efficient, timely and effecal manager. With his appointment to product development manager, he will now focus on market analysis, benchmarking, and managing the product development teams and processes. Schorah brings a wealth of technical knowledge, problem solving, factory liaison, and management experience at Wyrestorm, as well as previous experience as an A/V integration engineer for a UK-based integration company, electrical retail management, and commercial staging, lighting and sound integration.

To the Marketing team, Wyrestorm welcomes new employees, James Meredith as the Wyrestorm Enado product manager and Katie (Short) Sylvia as global marketing manager.    Meredith has worked for some of the most prestigious A/V manufacturers in the U.K. Meredith’s career in the custom installation consumer electronics industry has included marketing and technical roles, starting with Cyrus as technical support manager and most recently at Opus. He is also a CEDIA certified trainer. Meredith brings an understanding of complex electronic systems, project management and system integration that he has applied working on some of the world’s largest custom installations and residences.tive support for products. Harvey most recent role was the training and specification manager for Wyrestorm in Europe; he previously held the position of group technical manager with Armour Home Electronics (UK). He brings a variety of organizational experience and a broad, technical skill set to provide the highest level of training for A/V professionals.

In her new role as Wyrestorm’s global marketing manager, Katie Sylvia will be tasked with building, managing and streamlining Wyrestorm’s brand, events, sales marketing, communications and advertising initiatives to support its industry distribution and sales partners, while continuing to grow its brand globally. Sylvia brings 12 years of consumer electronics, integrated marketing, and communications experience, most recently at Caster Communications. She also has additional global marketing communications and product management experience in the medical device industry with CareFusion.

To contact Dave Schorah email dave@wyrestorm.eu; Glen Harvey at glen@wyrestorm.eu; James Meredith at james.m@wyrestorm.eu, and Katie Sylvia at katie@wyrestorm.com.

For more information about Wyrestorm visit www.wyrestorm.com.

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WorldStage Gets Creative at Adobe MAX 2013

Adobe MAX 2013 “The Creativity Conference”, took a very creative set design and projection mapping approach to deliver visuals to an audience of some 5,000 Adobe users and software developers – and over 100K more who watched the gathering’s livestream. WorldStage helped Adobe Systems, Inc. meet its ambitious creative goals providing AV support for the entire event, whose general sessions were held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.

The annual conference is billed as a source of ideas and inspiration, a place where creative minds meet. While WorldStage handled projection mapping for a dazzling stage set during the 2012 conference, this year Adobe introduced a far more complex configuration, including two overhead canopy screens.

“It was a very organic design, a very natural feel for the space, with large compound curves,” says Richard Bevan, vice president of production services at WorldStage. “There was a lot to do in a short period of time, but we benefited from a collaborative design process with our client, Jeremy Nichols with PIX PRODUCTIONS. With the various scales and styles of display that this design required, it was an intensive process to arrive at the final design.”

The set design featured a huge center hero screen with two curved side returns flanked by a pair of IMAG screens. Two more screens formed an overhead canopy in a T shape.

“No one size projector fit all the displays, so we used 4:3, 16:9 and 16:10 projectors with a combination of vertical and horizontal blends on the surfaces,” Bevan explains. Forty projectors were online in total. “We needed so many projectors because the square footage of the display surfaces was so large that it required a great deal of horsepower to achieve the desired brightness.”

Over all, the WorldStage projection system addressed a 38×120 foot hero screen at center stage, two curved 38×50′ screens to the left and right and at the extreme left and right were two arced 30×37′ screens. In addition, screens suspended above and over the stage measured 60×62 and 30×75′. The position and variety of screens required locating projectors in many unorthodox positions including at the lip of the stage itself.

WorldStage furnished Pandora media servers, a Vista Systems Spyder X20 image processor and a Ross 3.5 ME Vision HD switcher. Six Pandora servers were dedicated to the 12 live feeds, providing realtime masking and warping. Pandora Manager handled sequencing, queuing and content management and synchronized 4-channel audio playback to the video.

“Pandora did the opening segment on day one of the conference, then the Spyder took control of the hero and side IMAG screens while Pandora continued to feed the rest of the surfaces for the demos and presentations,” Bevan explains.

The opening segment on day one entranced the audience with immersive images of clouds, landscapes and warp-speed flocks of birds and colorful exploding geometrics. A similar segment kicked off day two followed by featured work by keynote artists attending the conference. Approximately 5TB of media were ingested and played for the conference by WorldStage; PIX PRODUCTIONS (www.pixproductuions.com) collaborated with Core Studios to create the media content and scenic for the screens. Mark Jepsen was the video director for the program record and web cast feed, that continues to gain viewers at Adobe TV.

WorldStage also provided eight HD cameras and three robocams. Robocams mounted on each side of the canopy zoomed in and captured overhead shots of the demo area on stage.

WorldStage augmented the theater’s JBL sound system with JBL Vertec speakers for video playback and presentations. A 64-channel Riedel digital intercom system facilitated point-to-point communications between 50 user stations.

In addition to projection mapping, WorldStage supported The Office of Tomorrow demo, which was presented as the futuristic workplace of a digital publisher. “We provided a pair of 80-inch LCD touchscreens and a 65-inch plasma, which acted as a table with a touchscreen overlay,” Bevan explains. “The publisher could move paper back and forth between the table and the LCDs with a multi-touch overlay by PQ Labs.” The third robocam was mounted above the 80-inch LCD’s delivered close up shots of the table surface in use.

Adobe MAX 2013 was “a flawless event,” says Bevan. “It was a challenging projection job for lead projectionist Terry Nakamura who had a lot of wire to run – 2.68 miles of cable for projection only. All the projectors were networked together for central control from a laptop.”

At WorldStage James Sarro was the project manager, Neal Gass the EIC, Jason Spencer the Spyder/screen switcher and Gabe Benso the A2. Freelancers Stan Dickerson and Florian Mosleh were the A1 and Pandora operator, respectively.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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