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Calrec joins RAVENNA Community

ALC NetworX announced at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas that UK-based console manufacturer Calrec has entered into a RAVENNA partnership. Another new partner ist Orban. [Read more]

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Codex announced Action CAM

At NAB 2014 Codex has announced Codex Action CAM, an ultra-compact, all-in-one, digital cinema camera and recording package for 2D and S3D production. Action CAM is scheduled to ship during summer 2014. [Read more]

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AXON gets Awards for Neuron Ethernet AVB

AXON the broadcast infrastructure, monitoring and control specialist, received two prestigious industry awards during NAB for Neuron - the industry’s first AVB-enabled (Audio Video Bridging) video product. [Read more]

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Imagine brings TV Everywhere Solution to the Cloud

Imagine Communications (former Harris Broadcast) announced at NAB 2014 plans to provide broadcast, TV network and service provider markets with a suite of cloud-based workflow solutions, encompassing its media, playout and TV Everywhere portfolio. [Read more]
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Camera Corps Q3 takes centre stage at 2014 NAB Show

Camera Corps reports a swarm of interest in its new Q3 compact robotic head among television production creatives attending the 2014 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Five years on from the launch of the Q-Ball, Q3 is completely redesigned to offer more features, greater sensitivity and higher image quality. [Read more]

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Ross Video acquires Unreel LLC

Ross Video announced at NAB 2014 that it has acquired Unreel LLC, a augmented reality (AR) and virtual set (VS) solutions provider based in Massachusetts. The acquisition makes Ross Video the only company in the broadcast industry that’s able to offer a single-vendor turnkey AR/VS studio solution. [Read more]

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WeatherOne and ZXY Sport Tracking join ChyronHego

ChyronHego announced at NAB 2014 that the company has reached a agreement to acquire WeatherOne AS, a Norwegian provider of weather forecast solutions for broadcast and digital media. Moreover ChyronHego acquired the majority stake in ZXY Sport Tracking AS. [Read more]

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Next Generation Playout

Ericsson launched its Next Generation Playout solution at NAB Show 2014. With this the company wants to leverage its global scale and services leadership to offer broadcasters managed or hosted playout services that can be delivered from a number of locations worldwide. [Read more]

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