Alston Elliot and SIXTY Collaborate on Next Generation Cricket Product Posted: 10/04/2017

Alston Elliot and Sixty today announced that they will combine their unique sports graphics expertise to provide Sixtys interactive clickable on-air graphics solution, Ease Live, for immersive, televised cricket viewing. The Ease Live cricket product will provide cricket fans with access to multiple layers of stats, replays, highlights and more, in multiple languages, and will make broadcast and OTT sports services even more engaging for the viewer at home.

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Gearhouse Broadcast Boost Production Quality for Live Cricket Coverage with Hitachi HDTV Cameras Posted: 01/06/2015

Cricket is perhaps second only to soccer in popularity in the international sports world. This is especially true in the West Indies, where eight teams spanning 18 nations recently competed in the NAGICO Super50 2015 Regional Cricket Tournament. Gearhouse Broadcast, a global leader in TV broadcast solutions across mobile production, systems integration and equipment sales and rentals, supplied the onsite broadcast and production facilities in Trinidad for the two-week tournament relying exclusively on HD/SD broadcast cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric to raise the production quality across the acquisition chain.

Tags: hitachi | hitachi kokusai electric | gearhouse broadcast | cricket | sports production | video production | broadcast | broadcast cameras | video cameras | TV
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GlobeCast Bats Massive Cricket in Asia Posted: 06/05/2011
GlobeCast today announced that, during the busy cricket season of March and April, it successfully deployed to two major cricket events -- the ICC Cricket World Cup and the IPL Twenty20 Cricket currently in play.

For the IPL Twenty20 Cricket which began on April 8 and continues until May 28, GlobeCast is onsite delivering 450 hours and 74 matches from more than 12 venues in 51 days. GlobeCast is bringing the world feed in HD to Nimbus/Times Internet and a unilateral feed for Sony (multiscreen media) in SD.

In March, GlobeCast delivered the ICC Cricket World Cup for ESPN STAR Sports, the host broadcaster and rights holder of the series. GlobeCast deployed crews to more than 13 venues in three countries, moving between India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. GlobeCast covered 49 matches in the series and a cumulative 600 hours over 43 days. ESPN STAR Sports received the live feed from the stadiums via GlobeCast at its studios in India for production and further customization for its networks.

For both events, several sets of HD and SD SNG vehicles were deployed at all venues. GlobeCast uplinks the feeds straight from the event sites via the HD/SD SNGs on-site, sending the signals to the Americas, Asia, and the rest of the world via its agnostic hybrid satellite and fiber GlobeCast Backbone Network.

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NEP Visions, the largest independent Outside Broadcast facilities company in the UK, has upgraded its two in-line SD trucks to offer full HD capabilities, boosting Visions' HD fleet to a total of 13 vehicles. HD10 and HD12 (formerly known as D10 and D12) will have their first outing at Trent Bridge where they will be used to produce highlights of the first England v Pakistan NPower Test Match. The highlight show will be produced by Sunset + Vine for FIVE.
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Latest MHz-built OB truck rolls out to deliver live County Cricket Posted: 22/06/2010
Megahertz (MHz), a leading independent international systems integrator, has recently delivered two custom-built vehicles to Mediatec UK. The outside broadcast (OB) vans will be used in conjunction with modular and mobile LED screens at major sporting, music and corporate events, including coverage of all international and domestic cricket matches. The 2010 season will see over 100 televised matches including the international series against Bangladesh, Australia and Pakistan.
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