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NewTek unveiled video calling production system

At IBC 2014 NewTek unveiled TalkShow VS-100, a video calling production system designed specifically for television studios and live video producers. With TalkShow, any television or live video producer can reach 300 million monthly connected Skype users and incorporate them as guest speakers into live programs with full-frame Skype video calls. [Read more]

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Dorna Sports and Eurosport announce four-year contract

MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports and Eurosport have agreed a four-year TV and digital rights contract for Germany, meaning that the network will be the exclusive MotoGP broadcaster to German audiences from 2015 to 2018. [Read more]

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Second Screen Videostreaming for Sport Fans

IBM announced at IBC 2014 that Aspera, an IBM company, together with EVS and Elemental deployed the first large-scale system for high-resolution live video streaming via the cloud to enable viewers to watch live HD media and sporting events from their connected devices. [Read more]

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4K feed from Formula 1 event

Tata Communications now showcased a live 4K feed from a Formula 1 event. During practice session at the Grand Prix in Singapore, footage was delivered end-to-end over the Global Video Connect Network to a Technical HQ in Biggin Hill, UK. [Read more]

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Clear-Com unveils new Linq Product Line

At IBC 2014 Clear-Com introduced the LINQ product line. LINQ interfaces are compact devices that enable connection of two-wire partyline with call signaling and four-wire audio over LAN, WAN or Internet IP infrastructures. [Read more]

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Lawo mc²36 RAVENNA mixing console

Lawo has chosen this year’s IBC as the launch platform for the mc²36 audio console – an all-in-one mixing desk, with a comprehensive feature set that covers broadcast, theater, house of worship, live and install applications. [Read more]

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Grass Valley cooperates with Masstech and Aspera

With Masstech Grass Valley at IBC 2014 presented the integration of GV STRATUS with Masstech media management solutions to create a seamless workflow for archiving and repurposing high-resolution assets. The team up with Aspera helps to offer high-speed file transfer for GV STRATUS. [Read more]

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Video over IP and Cloud-Enabled Playout Solutions

Grass Valley exhibited two solutions at IBC 2014 that are designed to help broadcast facilities expand their services without increasing costs. Attendees had an opportunity to learn about Grass Valley’s gateway to IP and cloud-enabled playout solutions, shown for the first time to the European market at IBC. [Read more]

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    Grass Valley’s new products at IBC 2014

    In addition to the full portfolio of solutions for broadcasters and media companies, Grass Valley demonstrated CopperHead 3430AP, iControl Virtual Machine, the latest version of EDIUS 7.4 multiformat nonlinear editing software, and a sneak peek of the new K-Frame Sports package for Karrera Video Production Center at IBC 2014.
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    Slo-Mo Replay Option for Blackmagic and AJA

    At IBC 2014 Broadcast Pix will showcase PixPlay, a new software option that will allow any Broadcast Pix integrated production switcher to provide slow motion control to a Blackmagic Design HyperDeck or AJA Video Systems Ki Pro disk recorder.
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    Neelie Kroes keynotes digital agenda at IBC

    Neelie Kroes, Vice President European Commission, keynotes at IBC 2014, Friday 12 September at 18:00, in a speech titled 'The Challenges Ahead' Europe's Digital Agenda. She will explain her views on the internal market for audio-visual and telecoms as well as the latest thinking on the use of the UHF spectrum band 470-790 MHz.
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    Eutelsat and Cisco demonstrate Cloud video over satellite

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