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Riedel Provides Massive Broadcast Infrastructure for Eurovision Song Contest Posted: 24/08/2017
For the 12th consecutive year, communications and signal distribution solutions from Riedel played a starring role in the Eurovision Song Contest, the world's longest-running international television song competition. Riedel's MediorNet real-time media network provided the redundant and decentralized signal routing and transport infrastructure from start to finish of the production, broadcast live from the International Exhibition Centre in Kiev, Ukraine in May. Plus, Riedel's all-new Bolero wireless intercom system was relied on for all crew communications, only six weeks after it was introduced to the market.
Tags: Riedel | Broadcast | infrastructure | Eurovision Song Contest | MediorNet | real-time media network | Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine
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DPA Microphones Fly The Flag For Denmark At Eurovision Posted: 09/05/2014

As Europe braces itself for the annual spectacle that is Eurovision, DPA is already playing a key part in this musical extravaganza by providing the podium microphones in the official press room.

The venue for this year's Eurovision Song contest is the B&W Halls in Copenhagen and all of the press conferences are taking place in a separate auditorium that has been specially equipped for this purpose.

Tags: DPA Microphones | d:screet Supercardioid Podium Microphone; Eurovision Song Contest
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DPA Microphones Fly The Flag For Denmark At Eurovision Posted: 09/05/2014

As Europe braces itself for the annual spectacle that is Eurovision, DPA is already playing a key part in this musical extravaganza by providing the podium microphones in the official press room.

The venue for this year's Eurovision Song contest is the B&W Halls in Copenhagen and all of the press conferences are taking place in a separate auditorium that has been specially equipped for this purpose.

Tags: DPA Microphones | d:screet Supercardioid Podium Microphone; Eurovision Song Contest
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Norman Bever close to the action Eurovision Song Contest with artemis Cine HD Posted: 21/07/2011
On May 14, 2011, the 56th Eurovision Song Contest was broadcast live from the Dsseldorf Arena. With an estimated 120 million viewers from over 45 countries worldwide, it is one of the most important live TV events. 36,000 viewers were in the arena as the duo from Azerbaijan claimed the title. For many in the crew who worked behind the scenes to make the TV event a success, an exhausting time came to an end with the final performance. As early as April 23, camera operators started to prep for the live broadcast. Footage from a total of 25 cameras was broadcast on May 14. This included footage recorded by German camera operator Norman Bever, who operated a Grass Valley LDK 8000 with an artemis Cine HD camera stabilizer system from Sachtler, a Vitec Group brand.

Tags: Sachtler | Vitec Group | artemis Cine HD | Camera stabilizer systems | Eurovision Song Contest | Norman Bever
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NDR Employs Junger Audios NEW T*AP Processor During the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest Posted: 06/06/2011
Junger Audios T*AP Television Audio Processor played a key part in helping German public broadcaster NDR deliver stunning audio from the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.

More than 100 million people worldwide tuned in to watch the contest, which took place in the Arena in Dsseldorf and was won by Azerbaijan contestants Nigar Jamal and Eldat Gasimov. Traditionally, the national public broadcaster of the country hosting the competition is responsible for the broadcast. This year the task fell to NDR, which handled the production in close cooperation with the EBU and over 40 participating Member Broadcasters from across Europe.
Tags: Junger Audio | NDR | Eurovision Song Contest | Level Magic | Loudness | T*AP
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Riedel MediorNet Rocks the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 Posted: 27/05/2011
The organizers of this year's Eurovision Song Contest, EBU and NDR, used a comprehensive fiber-based MediorNet system from Riedel Communications to distribute video, audio and communications signals at the event. Riedel, one of the leading manufacturers of real-time networks for HD video, audio and communications, installed a versatile system comprising of MediorNet, RockNet, Artist and Performer components, turning the former football stadium into a 15,000 square meter TV broadcast studio.
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