In Broadcast - June 2018 - 8
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Issue65 || June
USA: Gearhouse Broadcast USA has
appointed Jerry Cole as Technical
The broadcast TV, live streaming
media and soundstage studio
facilities specialist has been
brought in to ensure the overall
delivery of Gearhouse solutions
and services in North America.
Broadcast USA's President, said:
"Jerry is a key appointment for
us going forward as having a
robust, flexible and effective
operations team in place to deliver
our meticulous level of service is
central to our expansion plans."
Cole has been a freelance Technical
Producer for clients including AXSTV, ESL Gaming, KTLA Channel 5,
Hollywood Riviera Studios and
Vista Studios. Prior to that,
he spent five years as VP of
Technical Production Sales
and Marketing at Hollywood
Artel Video Systems
USA: Artel Video Systems has
appointed David Dolch as Key
Accounts Manager. Dolch brings
to the role more than 20 years of
experience in the development of
video and data network systems,
foundation in telco, video, and
data communications systems will
be essential to Artel's growth,"
said Mike Rizzo, President and
CEO, Artel Video Systems. "In
this newly created position,
Dave's experience in developing
agile networks and operational
processes will play a powerful
role in supporting end users'
technological and organisational
changes building on our existing
relationships, as well as
growing Artel's clientele."
Prior to joining Artel, Dolch was
at Verizon, as Senior Manager,
EVS XT4K Servers For
Sweden's UHD-1 OB
EP Sweden has selected EVS XT4K
ChannelMAX servers for its new
UHD-1 truck is NEP's largest OB in
Europe and features an integrated
workflow of the latest UHD-4K, 1080p
and HDR technologies. Later this
summer, the XT4K servers will be
upgraded to new XT-VIA servers as
they start shipping.
Designed to cover the highest-profile
events across northern Europe, UHD1 was deployed for the first time to
produce live coverage of the 2018 IIHF
Ice Hockey World Championship from
the Royal Arena in Copenhagen where
Sweden won the gold medal.
services for Host Broadcast Services
(HBS), and for which it used 30
cameras, five of which were triple-
NEP Sweden's UHD-1 OB boasts
EVS XT4K ChannelMAX servers
speed super motion, and all recording
in 1080p50 Full HD.
The XT4K ChannelMAX servers
installed within UHD-1 ingested all the
live camera feeds and were used to
create the most engaging replays and
highlights for ice hockey fans around
systems from EVS, which were used
to efficiently manage all file flow
requirements of the live production.
All the games, which were produced
in 1080p50, were ingested and
archived with the XT4K and XFile3
systems using AVC-Intra.
RED Pares Portfolio And Price
ED Digital Cinema is streamlining
its product portfolio of high-quality
cameras and sensors with a focus on
simplicity, price and quality.
"RED was founded with the desire to
democratise the digital cinema camera
industry by making trailblazing
technology accessible to shooters
everywhere," said Jarred Land,
President of RED Digital Cinema.
"And that mission has never
changed. With that in mind, we have
been working tirelessly to become
more efficient, as well as align with
strategic manufacturing partners
to optimise our supply chain. As a
result, today I am happy to announce
a simplification of our lineup with
a single DSMC2 brain with multiple
sensor options, as well as an overall
reduction on our pricing."
RED's camera line-up will be
modified to include one DSMC2 camera
BRAIN with three sensor options MONSTRO 8K VV, HELIUM 8K S35 and
GEMINI 5K S35.
The single DSMC2 camera BRAIN
includes high-end frame rates
and data rates regardless of the
sensor chosen and, in addition, the
streamlined approach will result in a
The DSMC2 camera BRAIN is
a modular system that allows
configuration to suit individual needs.
RED offers a range of accessories
functionality, IO modules, mountings,
and powering options.