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Shure Set to Tour the UK on their Pro Audio Roadshow Posted: 04/08/2021
Shure Set to Tour the UK on their Pro Audio Roadshow

Shure, a leading manufacturer of microphones and audio electronics, are proud to announce their 2021 pro audio roadshow. The company previously committed to free training and continued education for the live performance, production, AV rental, film and location sound professionals, as the industry gets back on its feet.

Tags: Shure | roadshow | training | education | pro audio | broafcast | location sound
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FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Advances Video Delivery Quality with AJA BRIDGE LIVE Posted: 28/06/2021
FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Advances Video Delivery Quality with AJA BRIDGE LIVE

In overhauling its audio and video broadcast network, FHNW Academy of Art and Design at the FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland designed its upgrade around AJA’s BRIDGE LIVE multi-channel live video contribution, backhauling, streaming and delivery solution. The setup allows the AV team to easily stream and transport high-quality, low-latency video originating from 3G- or 12G-SDI equipment via the SRT protocol over the public internet.

Tags: Education | Video Transport | Video Streaming | AJA | BRIDGE LIVE
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Television City Partners with Women in Media to Provide Skills Training to Women at Several of Los Angeles and rsquo; Iconic Studios Posted: 24/06/2021
Television City Partners with Women in Media to Provide Skills Training to Women at Several of Los Angeles and rsquo; Iconic Studios

Television City, the iconic media campus owned and operated by an affiliate of Hackman Capital Partners (HCP), announced today a partnership with Women in Media (WIM) and its CAMERAderie Initiative to conduct a training program for women seeking below-the-line production jobs. Participants in the new program will be taught on-set technical skills, virtually and on-site, by experts employed at Television City and other studio properties owned by HCP and operated by The MBS Group. The program will culminate with participants producing and premiering several short films. Television City is supporting this partnership through its $1 million Changing Lenses pledge, whose goal is to promote efforts that increase equity and diversity in the entertainment industry.

Tags: Women In Media | production | diversity | education
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Complutense University of Madrid embraces SubtitleNEXT for AV Prospectus Posted: 27/05/2021
Complutense University of Madrid embraces SubtitleNEXT for AV Prospectus

The Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) has selected SubtitleNEXT for their subtitling prospectus.

The SubtitleNEXT software line has been included in the audiovisual translation degree courses at the university’s Department of English Studies, Linguistics and Literature.

Tags: AV | audio visual | audio-visual | audiovisual | audiovisual media | linguistic accessibility | educational tech | translation software | SubtitleNEXT | UCM | Transmedia Research
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Hicking dives in at Jigsaw24 Posted: 30/03/2021
Hicking dives in at Jigsaw24

Leading B2B technology solutions provider Jigsaw24 has appointed the former Brand Director at Speedo, Rob Hicking, as its Chief Financial Officer.

In his new role, Rob will be responsible for the entire financial function of the company, which delivers specialist IT services and solutions to customers across sectors including enterprise, education and media and broadcast.

Tags: technology | solutions | jigsaw24 | IT | services | media and broadcast | enterprise | education
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Ausma Lace Benefits From PMC Sound For The Future Scholarship Posted: 18/01/2021
Ausma Lace Benefits From PMC and rsquo;s Sound For The Future Scholarship

Ausma Lace, a recording engineer from Latvia, has been awarded the Sound For The Future Scholarship, which was set up by UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC in association with the Audio Engineering Society Education Foundation.

This $5,000 prize is given to an audio engineering graduate who is also a member of the AES with the aim of helping them further their studies. In Ausma’s case it is helping to fund a Masters degree in Sound Recording at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Tags: PMC Speakers | Sound For The Future Scholarship | AES Education Foundation | Ausma Lace | McGill University
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Maxon Announces November 3D Motion Design Show Lineup Posted: 13/11/2020
Maxon Announces November 3D and amp; Motion Design Show Lineup

Maxon announced the lineup for the November 3D & Motion Design show, a free series of artist-focused streaming shows for 3D and motion graphics artists. Taking place online on November 18, 2020, on The 3D and Motion Design Show, renowned creative directors, motion graphics artists, and even one of the few Cinema 4D Master Trainers in the world will showcase their personal projects and demonstrate techniques for managing workflows using Cinema 4D, Redshift and Red Giant products.

Tags: maxon | cinema 4D | virtual events | 3D design | motion graphics | vfx | post production | education
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Nagoya University of Commerce and Business (NUCB) Uses ATEM Mini for its Online Classes Posted: 16/09/2020
Nagoya University of Commerce and Business (NUCB) Uses ATEM Mini for its Online Classes

Nagoya University of Commerce and Business (NUCB) built a broadcast and streaming workflow using a number of Blackmagic Design products. This includes the building of 30 mini studios, each equipped with either a Blackmagic ATEM Mini or ATEM Mini Pro production switcher, which allowed them to convert all their classes into online classes without missing a single day of the academic calendar.

Tags: Blackmagic Design | Blackmagic | University | ATEM Mini | Online Classes | Education | Live Streaming
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New mechanical arm visualiser from AVer Europe Posted: 28/07/2020
New mechanical arm visualiser from AVer Europe

Education technology innovator AVer Europe today announced a new addition to its award-winning line of document cameras, the AVerVision M11-8MV Mechanical Arm Visualizer.

Designed to capture in self-view or display various types of content from all angles, it is ideal for using as a USB camera for streaming or recording distance learning courses.

Tags: education technology; technology; education; visualiser; remote education; distance learning
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AIMS Partners With VSF to Offer Summer Sessions Educational Online Presentations on Media Over IP Posted: 26/05/2020
AIMS Partners With VSF to Offer Summer Sessions Educational Online Presentations on Media Over IP

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) is partnering with the Video Services Forum (VSF) to offer the "Summer Sessions — Media Over IP Education" series of presentations, which will run from May 29 through Sept. 4. Designed to meet the need for ongoing education in the absence of major trade shows, this series of recorded presentations will focus on media over IP workflows, with a strong emphasis on use cases, and exploration of technologies supporting the migration to IP.

Tags: AIMS | Summer Sessions | IP | Video Services Forum | VSF | Education
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SMPTE Expands Access to Educational Programs, Events, and Standards Documents Posted: 24/04/2020
SMPTE Expands Access to Educational Programs, Events, and Standards Documents

SMPTE®, the organization that is defining the future of storytelling, today announced changes to its educational programming designed to make it easier for industry professionals to keep up with the latest technology and to learn new skills. In addition to supporting professional development, the Society's robust array of webcasts, meetings, and online courses offers members a way to connect with colleagues and to prepare for future opportunities in a changing industry and world.

 

 

 

Tags: SMPTE | Educational Programs | Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers | Online Courses | Webcasts | eLearning
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AVer Europe upgrades new PTZ cameras with NDI Pro AV technology to simplify livestreaming process Posted: 15/04/2020
AVer Europe upgrades new PTZ cameras with NDI Pro AV technology to simplify livestreaming process

AVer Europe has today announced the integration of its pan-tilt-zoom cameras with world leading video standard NDI® capability to deliver enhanced Pro AV opportunities to the UK market.

The new PTZ310N and PTZ330N models feature NewTek’s NDI® video standard integration that enables the cameras to communicate, deliver and receive high quality content with low latency, which is also frame-accurate and suitable for switching in a live production environment.

The NDI® standard enables seamless interaction between various control systems and AVer Europe’s camera hardware for capturing and livestreaming. Users can create robust IP workflows throughout all components of their production setup via one cable rather than having to wire every video or audio source directly into an SDI router, saving significant time and money through increased efficiency.

This new functionality combined with the powerful zoom, smooth movement and high-quality imaging offered by AVer Europe’s PTZ cameras, enables higher education institutions to capture classroom lectures and broadcast events such as Ted Talks or graduation ceremonies. The cameras also facilitate coverage of major awards, press conferences and tradeshows in business.

“This upgrade for the PTZ310N and PTZ330N enables users to access a new range of event capturing and livestreaming capabilities within both education and business,” explains Rene Buhay, AVer Europe Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “By integrating NDI HX2 with our existing advanced features in our PTZ range, we are improving Pro AV processes for content producers globally.”

Tags: cameras | NDI | video | content | facial recognition | education | corporate
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AVer Europe launches interactive control box in UK to drive classroom collaboration Posted: 26/02/2020
AVer Europe launches interactive control box in UK to drive classroom collaboration

AVer Europe, the award-winning provider of video collaboration solutions and education technology solutions, has today announced the UK launch of CB-310, its interactive control box designed to increase the capability of existing equipment within the classroom and raise student engagement.

As a stand-alone Android™ module, the CB-310 easily connects to any display and is designed for seamless integration via multiple output ports. The device keeps costs low by making the most of existing equipment within the classroom, fully integrating with TVs, interactive whiteboards, monitors, projectors and visualisers. The CB-310 allows educators to use Windows®, Mac®, Chrome® and Android™ platforms at the same time by simply switching input sources.

The powerful ScreenShare technology of the CB-310 allows students to work on a smartphone, tablet or laptop then wirelessly share their thoughts with everyone. By remotely mirroring the content from a range of devices, the CB-310 provides a platform for all students and enables new possibilities within the learning and teaching environment as a result.

The CB-310’s split screen feature enables up to four different student ideas or presentations to all be displayed simultaneously, making it a perfect solution for side-by-side comparisons and group collaboration.

“The CB-310 control box helps educators to make the most of their existing equipment inventory through flawless integration, while also helping to engage students using inclusive collaboration tools,” explains Rene Buhay, AVer Europe Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “The possibilities at your fingertips with the CB-310 make it the hub of any classroom.”

AVer Europe’s CB-310 control box is available with a 3-year warranty at MSRP £479. For more information, please visit www.avereurope.com.

Tags: education technology; collboration; android; AVer Europe
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dBs Music Opens A Neve Room At Its Plymouth Teaching Facility Posted: 25/02/2020
dBs Music Opens A Neve Room At Its Plymouth Teaching Facility

dBs offers students facilities for learning real world music production and technology skills. To this end, the institution has recently invested in a new recording studio/studio lecture space with a 16 channel Neve Genesys console at its heart.

Entitled the AMS Neve Room, the new facility is located at dBs Music Plymouth and complements other studio facilities offering industry standard equipment.

Stu Welsh, who is responsible for leading the BA (Hons) Music Production and Sound Engineering and MA Innovation in Sound Post Graduate courses, says: “The console was previously installed in our commercial studio but has been moved to the new classroom so that students can have full access it. We are running the console in conjunction with a Pro Tools HD rig and a Studer A800 MkIII 2" tape machine. Although it is a steep learning curve for students, once they are familiar with the routing and the digital layer they soon appreciate the flexibility and efficiency the console delivers – not to mention the great Neve analogue sound.”

The new studio in Plymouth is being used to create audio and video content and will also be used by most, if not all, guest lecturers.

Welsh adds. “Everyone loves working in the Neve Room, it's become one of the most used recording suites at our Plymouth Campus. It is especially popular for recording and for mixing with lots of analogue outboard gear.”

 

Tags: AMS Neve | dBs Music | Genesys Console | Educational Facility | Recording Techniques
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Consortium to Supply AVer Visualisers and Charging Carts Posted: 23/01/2020
Consortium to Supply AVer Visualisers and Charging Carts

As a major supplier to the education sector, Consortium will now stock AVer visualisers and charging cart ranges.

AVer provides easy-to-use, affordable and meaningful technology solutions to the education sector, coupled with strong customer support and warranty programs. AVer products, such as the visualisers, can accelerate learning in the classroom, by creating a fun and interactive environment.

Looking after classroom devices can be challenging and time consuming for teachers. AVer’s versatile charging carts incorporate versatile designs and key features to meet the needs of all teachers, making day-to-day device management simple and tangled cables a thing of the past. Consortium will carry AVER’s E24c and E32c models which features Smart Cycle Charging Technology and Streamlined Cable and Power Management. AVER provides 5 years electrical and 10 years mechanical warranty.

On making the announcement, Rene Buhay, AVer Europe Vice President of Sales & Marketing said, “We are delighted with this new partnership with Consortium which will further enhance our UK presence and help promote AVer products to the education sector.”

Daniel Morris, Consortium Product Manager comments “We’re thrilled to be adding AVer’s high quality visualisers and charging carts to our educational range. Our aim is to continue to curate our unrivalled portfolio, adding new technology that makes educators lives not just easier but simpler, allowing for more time to prepare resources and provide enhanced collaboration and engagement of their students.”

 

Tags: AVer | Consortium | technology | charging | audio-visual | visualisers | education
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