In Broadcast - December 2017 - 20
www.inbroadcast.com | Vol: 7 - Issue 12 | December 2017
VNM: Danmon Asia has announced
a distributorship agreement with
AJA Video Systems.
"AJA is known all over the world
for its wide range of video
acquisition, conversion, interfacing
and streaming equipment, offering
flexibility, high performance and
reliability," said Danmon Asia MD
The deal marks a deeper
penetration into the Vietnamese
Authorised by AJA as a Platinum
Partner, Danmon Asia will be
able to approach a wider range of
customers with AJA products.
AUS: ARRI Australia recently took a
range of its lighting products to the
Johnny Marr Studio in Perth.
Commenting, ARRI Australia's Sean
Dooley said: "We had about 30
attendees from the ACS WA branch
as well as some gaffers and film
"After about an hour of playtime
I gave a presentation on the
difference between the S30-C,
S60-C, S120-C and the brand new
It was the first time the new S360-C
was shown in Australia.
Aaton Digital - Transvideo
Appoints cda Pro.AV
FRA: Aaton Digital - Transvideo has
appointed cda Pro.AV as reseller
Singapore and Thailand.
Jacques Delacoux, President of
Aaton Digital - Transvideo, looking
forward to expanded distribution,
said: "We were very pleased to
welcome cda Pro.AV's owner Rick
Dowel, Peter Orehov and Joel Chia
to meet members of our design
and manufacturing teams and
introduce our products."
cda Pro.AV specialises in high
performance AV products for
discerning artists, studios and
NEP OB Quartet
USA / GBR / AUS: ViaLite has
been commissioned to provide
equipment for live coverage of the
Commonwealth Games 2018.
Host broadcaster NEP Australia is
building four new OB trucks which
are to be fitted with rack-mounted
ViaLiteHD RF over fibre chassis
The modules in the four OBs will
receive signals from 20 ViaLite
Blue2 Links, which will be built into
portable cases by NEP.
Cinegy On The 'Go'
In South Korea
-Baduk in South Korea has
launched its Go channel
using Cinegy technology.
Working with Cinegy partner
Sion Media in Seoul, K-Baduk
wanted a system that would
further improve its ability
to easily capture, edit, and
playout live Go matches.
K-Baduk was already using
an earlier version of Cinegy
Air for playout, and through
Sion Media chose to upgrade its
Cinegy solution across the board with
multiple licenses for Cinegy Air PRO
and Cinegy Capture PRO for ingest
and transcoding; Cinegy Desktop for
real-time production with a limitless
Team Director, Lim Seolah
said: "We are very satisfied
with our Cinegy solution
because it has stabilised and
greatly simplified our ability
to capture, edit, manage
and monitor our media, and
play it out. Cinegy software
is a complete package that is
far less complicated than Go
K-Baduk's Go channel uses a Cinegy solution itself."
ability to import and export media
More complicated than chess, the
to third-party non-linear editing and goal of Go is for two players to encircle
automation systems; Cinegy Archive, more territory than their opponent.
Cinegy's media asset management
A popular board game in East Asia,
hub; and Cinegy Multiviewer 12 for regional and international matches are
televised in HD with commentary.
Four Stage Tec Desks
For RTM Malaysia
tagetec Asia, partnering with
Berlin-based manufacturer Stage
Tec, recently completed a major
contract in Malaysia.
Four AURATUS platinum desks and
four NEXUS audio networks were
installed at four regional radio stations
in the state of Sarawak.
Each of the four AURATUS consoles
has 24 faders and each of the NEXUS
audio network includes four Base
Malaysia's public radio and TV
broadcaster, RTM, is digitising its
regional studios across the country.
Stage Tec digital mixing desks and
digital audio networks are vital
building blocks of the strategy. The
RTM studios Miri, Limbang, Sri Aman
and Sibu went digital as part of the
transition to the DAB standard.
"Although RTM Miri, Limbang, Sri
Aman and Sibu are regional stations
they are now equipped with state-ofthe-art systems comparable to those
at the RTM studio headquarters in
Kuala Lumpur. For Malaysia's public
broadcaster this digital upgrade is
a big step on the way to producing
programmes to the latest standards,"
said Advon Tan, Managing Director of
platinum at RTM
Multi-purpose studios in the radio
stations have been fitted with the
AURATUS consoles and NEXUS audio
AVIWEST Powers CCTV Marathon Coverage
television solution to transmit live coverage
broadcaster in China, provided full of the marathon from a motorcycle,
live coverage of the 2017 Shenyang ensuring that its viewers never missed
using a second of the action.
AVIWEST's PRO180-RA 4G video uplink
More than 20,000 participants from
16 different countries and regions
Featuring real-time video mobile were involved in the marathon, which
wireless bonded cellular
PRO180-RA solution provided
CCTV with a portable,
cost-effective, and reliable
transmission method for
footage of the event to
different cities around China.
CCTV used AVIWEST's CCTV covers the Shenyang International Marathon
gives competitors a unique running
experience as it takes place on a
dedicated track set amid beautiful
scenery and urban landmarks on both
sides of the Hun River in Shenyang.
CCTV used a motion-shooting camera
to capture each of the participants and
then transferred the signal
to AVIWEST PRO180-RA 4G
video uplink solutions for
Three separate video
uplink systems were used
simultaneously to provide
viewers with different