Students pursuing a graduate degree in art history at the University of Maryland‘s flagship campus in College Park carefully study the detail and color of world-famous artworks, most of which they‘ve never seen in their original versions. Providing students with an accurate visual reproduction of the color and detail subtleties of art masterpieces is essential, which is why the university‘s Department of Art History and Archaeology chose the Canon REALiS SX6 Multimedia Projector. more
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Harrisburg, PA, February 27, 2008 – The hundreds of thousands who tuned in for their first glimpse at the “must see” cars of the year during the 2008 Pennsylvania Auto & Boat Show kept on course as ABC 27 WHTM-TV used microwave technology products provided by RF Central, a leading digital microwave technology provider, to preview all of the vehicle debuts during the event‘s hour-long live broadcast. more
Kansas City, MO – February 2008 … Avlex Corporation, the name audio professionals turn to for world-class wireless technology, microphones, and professional audio equipment, is pleased to announce the availability of the Bardl P Series audio mixers. Available in 8- and 12-channel configurations, the Bardl P Series offer a wealth of features that make these mixers ideal for a wide range of audio applications, including general sound reinforcement for both fixed and portable use as well as integration into desktop recording environments. more
LAKEWOOD, NJ – FEBRUARY 27, 2008 – Neutrik‘s OpticalCon, a ruggedized and dirt protected fiber optic connector system, is incorporated into the design of Midas‘ XL8 Live Performance System, the UK manufacturer‘s flagship digital mixing console. The link between the console and the stage, with no discernable loss in frequency response, is a concern for most live performance sound engineers; Neutrik‘s OpticalCon system meets this need.
The Midas XL8 is one of the leading digital live audio mixing consoles for sound reinforcement applications, whether live, installed, theatre or broadcast. Each Midas XL8 console comes supplied with two 150m drums of Neutrik‘s multimode OpticalCon to create a fully redundant digital snake system. more
Italian InStore Communications Leader, SkyRec, to Deploy Private IPTV Network to Hundreds of McDonald‘s Restaurants Throughout Italy Using CodecSys
Mobile World Congress 2008
BARCELONA, Spain–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Broadcast International (OTCBB: BCST) (“BI”) announced a European IPTV/digital signage customer for its breakthrough video compression software, CodecSys. more
One year after installing a brand new high definition sports studio at Chellomedia‘s Amsterdam-based Digital Media Centre (DMC), one of Europe‘s premier digital media facilities dedicated to multilingual broadcasting, UK systems integrator Broadcast Networks has completed the renewal of Chellomedia‘s vital Network Operations Centre. more
MUSIC LOADING SIMPLICITY REDEFINED
Westlake Village, CA (February 25, 2008) – Qsonix clients are now elevated to a service level enjoyed by Hollywood stars and recording industry executives with the latest Qsonix offering – time-saving turnkey CD conversion made available through a strategic alliance with ReadyToPlay. Already the creator of the simplest and fastest user-interface for lossless digital music storage and management as well as developer of the industry‘s simplest and fastest drag-and-drop user interface, Qsonix‘s deal with ReadyToPlay attracts dealers and integrators with yet another premium service for discerning customers. more
California desert rockers Queens of the Stone Age went for a radical change of scene recently when they performed an exclusive one-off gig for 300 fans in a German salt mine.
Billed as the world‘s deepest gig ever, fans were transported 2,300 feet underground to hear Queens of the Stone Age perform through a Crest Audio Pro 200™-powered sound system supplied by audio rental and production specialists Complete Audio Berlin.
Complete Audio‘s André Rauhut admitted that the Sondershausen salt mine definitely ranked at the top of his “most unusual venue” list, and was pretty close to earning “most challenging,” as well. The first task was to bring all the components underground, where they were left for 36 hours to adjust to the climatic conditions of the underground chamber. Then his crew handled the massive reverberations coming off the walls. Throughout it all, Rauhut said that his Crest Audio Pro 200 Series amplifiers were a very important part of the signal chain. more
Las Vegas, NV, February 25, 2008 – RF Central, a leading digital microwave technology provider, is unveiling its RFX-CMT-II camera-mounted transmitters in both 2 GHz and 5.8 GHz at NAB 2008 (Booth C6622). While the 2 GHz unit is designed for live ENG news and sports broadcast applications and the 5.8 GHz unit is geared for live sports stadium, arena coverage and license free applications, both offer complete HD upgradeability with the latest in high-quality, low-latency, HD encoding technology. more
Executive with broad experience in digital signage marketplace joins Rise Vision, Inc. to lead accelerated growth for web-based content management solution, expand into new domestic and international markets
ETOBICOKE, Ontario – February 25, 2008 – Rise Vision, Inc., a provider of a web-based content management system for the control of digital signage networks, announces that Ron Levac has joined the company as President. In this role, he will be responsible for overseeing and executing the company‘s aggressive growth strategy for the Rise Display Network, which is the company‘s web-based solution for delivering user-developed and live content to digital signage displays and networks. more