Arvato Systems is supplying APTN with its Broadcast Management solution, which encompasses rights management, content planning and a solution for marketing broadcasting times. The Broadcast Management Suite includes channel management solution Avatega, used for linear and non-linear rights management and all operative processes related to program scheduling. Content monetization workflows are managed by S4AdSales, which also handles inventory optimization and yield management processes thanks to the integration of optimization engine S4AdOpt. The global IT specialist will be one of 1,700 exhibitors at IBC Amsterdam, Sept. 13-17.
TVU Networks will introduce the completely cloud-based TVU Talkshow at IBC 2019, the first all-in-one solution for multi-camera production that enables audience participation with video. TVU Talkshow supports bi-directional audience participation, enabling fans to engage with an event or hosted show in real-time. An unlimited number of participants can video call in using the TVU Talkshow app on their mobile phone with its integrated caller management system enabling producers to pre-screen callers. TVU Talkshow also supports IFB management to ensure seamless communication from hosts interacting with callers to producers, production crew and camera operators coordinating with each other. The solution is entirely cloud-based, eliminating the need for wiring and features a centralized GUI that can be operated from a web browser. TVU Talkshow can simultaneously deliver live content to multiple destinations, such as Facebook Live or YouTube Live, a CDN or web page, over 3,000 major TV stations globally on TVU Grid, as well as traditional SDI output through a TVU receiver. The open platform can also enable third party services by integrating them through TVU Open API. Integration with cloud-based Singular.live IP graphics platform, provides advanced real-time graphics overlay capabilities. Examples of recent TVU Talkshow use include Sky Sports’ live talk show, Football Social, streamed on Youtube and Facebook. Fox Noire, a new streaming channel focused on the African-American experience in Los Angeles, is also an early user.
HUBER+SUHNER has introduced a new Direct GPS-over-Fiber (GPSoF) solution, the first- of-its-kind to facilitate a fiber optic connection made directly onto an antenna, eliminating the need for a separate power line. Power-over-Fiber eliminates power constraints by making use of available fiber optic backbones to deliver the required power to the antenna, eliminating the need for external power sources at the remote end, while at the same time, adding the benefits of fiber optics into a conventional radio frequency link.
Dejero is unveiling its new EnGo 260 HEVC mobile transmitter at the upcoming IBC 2019 show in Amsterdam. The 5G-ready EnGo 260 promises enhanced picture quality and user experience, weighing 30% less. It also features an 85% larger screen improving visibility and accessibility. Its internal rechargeable battery has also been upgraded providing 120 minutes of use, compatible with and recharged by standard gold mount and v-mount ENG batteries. A professional-grade mini XLR interface for IFB has also been added to enable communication from the director to on-air talent or camera operator—while live or ready for live.
Media Technology Expo, begins Sept. 24 at Fremont Studios in Seattle and concludes Sept. 26 at the Leftbank Annex in Portland, Oregon. MTE2019 is a free event produced by Advanced Broadcast Solutions, a division of Key Code Media, for video professionals and filmmakers in the Pacific Northwest. The free, one-day event will feature educational sessions, networking opportunities and an exhibit hall. Among the presenters will be Newtek’s Ely Stacy on Moving to an IP future; Avid Application Specialist Corey Tedrow on Web-based solutions for Editorial and exploring ways teams can collaborate remotely; and Scott Freeman of Invintus Media on Live Streaming Best Practices. Learn more here.
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