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VITEC Partners with Digistor in Australia and New Zealand Posted: 18/04/2019
VITEC Partners with Digistor in Australia and New Zealand
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, today announced its latest distribution partnership with Digistor, which will provide VITEC's full portfolio of streaming solutions across Australia and New Zealand. Known for delivering product, design, installation, and technical support to companies that include ABC, Disney, Foxtel, Warner Brothers, and Endemol Shine, Digistor is the respected provider of technology solutions to the VFX, post-production, broadcasting, and digital media industries in the region.
Tags: VITEC | Partner | Digistor | Australia | New Zealand | Ecosystem | Streaming Solutions | Service | Support
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AATON DIGITAL - TRANSVIDEO appoints cda Pro.AV as reseller for Australia, New-Zealand, Singapore and Thailand Posted: 22/11/2017
AATON DIGITAL - TRANSVIDEO appoints cda Pro.AV as reseller for Australia, New-Zealand, Singapore and Thailand

Aaton Digital-Transvideo has announced the appointment of cda Pro.AV as reseller for Australia, New-Zealand, Singapore and Thailand.

Tags: Aaton | Aaton Digital | Transvideo | Reseller | Australia. | New Zealand | Singapore | Thailand | CantarX3 | Jacques Delacoux
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Forscene targets Asia-Pacific expansion with first Australian reseller Posted: 19/07/2016
Forscene targets Asia-Pacific expansion with first Australian reseller

Forbidden Technologies plc, developers of professional video editing software, Forscene, today announced a new partnership with Australian technology solution provider, Digistor.  Under the non-exclusive agreement Digistor will become Forscenes first Australian service provider and boost the softwares representation in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Tags: Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | professional video editing software | Digistor | Australia | New Zealand | Asia-Pacific | NAB
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New Zealand Broadcaster MediaWorks Deploys NETIA Media Assist Software to Bring A V Assets Into Single Ecosystem Posted: 30/06/2016
New Zealand Broadcaster MediaWorks Deploys NETIA Media Assist Software to Bring A V Assets Into Single Ecosystem
NETIA today announced that MediaWorks, New Zealand's largest independent broadcaster and operator of five nationwide free-to-air channels plus an extensive portfolio of radio brands, is working alongside Avid, NETIA, and long-time NETIA distributor Syncrotech Systems to provide consolidated news assets on both radio and television platforms. MediaWorks is deploying the NETIA Media Assist software package throughout its radio departments. The solution will help MediaWorks streamline workflow, optimize management of its media assets across multiple sites, and improve productivity in bringing compelling content to air and to digital platforms.
Tags: New Zealand | MediaWorks | NETIA | Media Assist Software
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Calrec injects new zeal and vigour into 20-year partnership with TV New Zealand Posted: 27/06/2016
Calrec injects new zeal and vigour into 20-year partnership with TV New Zealand
For more than 50 years, Television New Zealand (TVNZ) has served up an outstanding array of programming to Kiwi viewers -- and for almost half of that time, the national broadcaster has placed its trust in Calrec Audio. TVNZ has just installed its latest investment in Calrec, a brand-new Artemis Light audio console and a Concord processor upgrade on the network's existing Artemis Beam desk. 
Tags: Calrec | TV New Zealand | Artemis Light | TVNZ
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Pixel Power Automates NZRB with Flying Colours Posted: 04/06/2014
Pixel Power Automates NZRB with Flying Colours
Horse racing channels go 24 hour a day with automated playout and branding from Pixel Power
 
Leading graphics and workflow specialist Pixel Power has delivered an automated playout and branding solution to the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB). The technology allows NZRB to fully automate the overnight transmission of its two television channels, enabling them to broadcast 24 hours a day, while also enhancing their on-air look.
Tags: Pixel Power | Horse racing | NZRB | graphics | automation | New Zealand Racing Board | trackside | TAB | channelmaster | brandmaster | Galliuum | workflow | Gavin Richmond | James Gilbert | Gencom | Broadcast Asia 2014
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DPA Microphones Appoints Direct Imports As Its New Zealand Distributor Posted: 27/05/2014
DPA Microphones Appoints Direct Imports As Its New Zealand Distributor

DPA Microphones is pleased to announce the appointment of Direct Imports as its distributor in New Zealand.

Established in 1946, Direct Imports is a leading importer and distributor of consumer electronics, musical instruments and pro audio products. The company is focused on providing outstanding support and service to customers and to its dealer network throughout New Zealand.

Tags: DPA Microphones | Direct Imports | New Zealand | Distributor
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PacTV Los Angeles Evolves Into Global Broadcast Campus Posted: 19/05/2014
PacTV Los Angeles Evolves Into Global Broadcast Campus

Pacific Television Center (PacTV), a Los Angeles-based independent global transmission and production company, is proud to announce it has completed the acquisition of its headquarters, located at 3440 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles, California. This purchase cements the future of the firms physical location, which now spans three buildings along Motor Avenue. The expanded real estate hosts the companys Los Angeles Master Control Room (MCR), three HD studios, neutral colocation (colo) space, administration offices, client bureaus/offices and a 15-dish satellite park.

Tags: Pacific Television Center | PacTV | Switch LA | Black Diamond Media | PCCW/Hong Kong Reach | Nexion | Aruji Television | Level 3 | TV3 New Zealand | Sky NZ
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Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT) Soars to New Heights on Yves Jetman Rossys Jet Pack at the New Zealand International Air Show Posted: 25/01/2013
Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT) Soars to New Heights on Yves Jetman Rossys Jet Pack at the New Zealand International Air Show

Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT), a Business Unit within the Vitec Groups Videocom Division, and a leader in advanced digital microwave systems serving the Broadcast and Sports & Entertainment markets, teams up with Quinto Communications, a prime distributor and systems integrator throughout Australia and New Zealand, to support daredevil Yves Jetman Rossy as he performs his breathtaking flying acts to open the New Zealand International Air Show on January 26th.

Tags: IMT | Integrated Microwave Technologies | Quinto Communications | Yves Rossy | Jetman | New Zealand International Air Show | MicroLite | RF Central | HD digital transmitter
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NHNZ improves workflows with Quantel Max and Genetic Engineering Posted: 06/06/2012
NHNZ improves workflows with Quantel Max and Genetic Engineering

New Zealand Television Production Company NHNZ has purchased a Quantel Max HD assist station with Genetic Engineering shared workflow infrastructure. The new systems enable NHNZ to further boost the productivity of its existing Quantel eQ multi-resolution editing, effects, grading and deliverables system. Quantel Max frees up eQ time by tackling tasks such as conforms, quality control and playout, allowing NHNZ to achieve maximum throughput, productivity and profitability from the creative eQ suite. NHNZ can work on multiple projects across the eQ and Max without copying media or waiting for transfers using the GenePool shared storage.

Tags: Quantel | NHNZ | eQ | Genetic Engineering | GenePool | Max | HD | workflow | New Zealand
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Pacific Television Center Announces Upgraded Services for TV New Zealand, Special Broadcasting Service Australia and TV Games Network Posted: 05/01/2012
Pacific Television Center Announces Upgraded Services for TV New Zealand, Special Broadcasting Service Australia and TV Games Network
Pacific Television Center (PacTV), a Los Angeles-based independent global transmission and production company, has recently completed major service upgrades for TV New Zealand (TVNZ), Special Broadcasting Service Australia (SBS) and TV Games Network (TVG) in Los Angeles. The enhanced service capabilities allow for increased international content to be delivered and disseminated through PacTV's extensive, global fiber network.
Tags: Pacific Television Center | TV New Zealand | Special Broadcasting Service Australia | TV Games Network | fiber network
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S and amp;T delivers connected content for Freeview HD and Freesat Posted: 11/02/2011
S and amp;T delivers connected content for Freeview HD and Freesat IP&TV World Forum 2011, March 22-24, Olympia, London: Strategy & Technology (S&T) technology is helping to deliver on demand video content over broadband to Freeview HD and Freesat set-top boxes and IDTVs as part of the new MHEG Interaction Channel (MHEG-IC).
 
MHEG-IC is part of D-Book 6.2.1 the specification for Freeview HD and published by the UK's Digital TV Group (DTG). It is anticipated that MHEG-IC -based applications will be brought into use ahead of the YouView platform,  in which it is included, offering viewers service such as the BBC iPlayer on set-top boxes, PVRs and integrated digital televisions (IDTVs). Freeview New Zealand has also specified MHEG-IC for their platform and other countries are considering its adoption.
Tags: www.s-and-t.com | S&T Player | RedKey3 | Freeview HD | Freesat | MHEG | MHEG-IC | MHEG Interaction | Channel | Freeview New Zealand | HbbTV | RedKey¢3 | ACCESS | RedKey¢2 | TSBroadcaster
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S and amp;T delivers connected content for Freeview HD and Freesat Posted: 11/02/2011
S and amp;T delivers connected content for Freeview HD and Freesat IP&TV World Forum 2011, March 22-24, Olympia, London: Strategy & Technology (S&T) technology is helping to deliver on demand video content over broadband to Freeview HD and Freesat set-top boxes and IDTVs as part of the new MHEG Interaction Channel (MHEG-IC).
 
MHEG-IC is part of D-Book 6.2.1 the specification for Freeview HD and published by the UK's Digital TV Group (DTG). It is anticipated that MHEG-IC -based applications will be brought into use ahead of the YouView platform,  in which it is included, offering viewers service such as the BBC iPlayer on set-top boxes, PVRs and integrated digital televisions (IDTVs). Freeview New Zealand has also specified MHEG-IC for their platform and other countries are considering its adoption.
Tags: www.s-and-t.com | S&T Player | RedKey3 | Freeview HD | Freesat | MHEG | MHEG-IC | MHEG Interaction | Channel | Freeview New Zealand | HbbTV | RedKey¢3 | ACCESS | RedKey¢2 | TSBroadcaster
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SKY Network Television New Zealand Migrates Operations to Pilat Medias IBMS V6 Posted: 11/01/2011
SKY Network Television New Zealand Migrates Operations to Pilat Medias IBMS V6 Pilat Media Global plc [AIM: PGB], the leading supplier of business management software to the media industry, today announced that SKY New Zealand has completed a successful migration to version 6 of the company's Integrated Broadcast Management System (IBMS). Through seamless links to automation, media asset management (MAM), and online media systems, the IBMS upgrade will provide a platform for SKY to deploy numerous projects supporting enhanced service offerings and future expansion.

Tags: Pilat Media | IBMS | SKY New Zealand | Version 6
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University of Otagos Historic The Albany Street Studio UPgrades with SSL C200 HD console Posted: 21/09/2010
University of Otagos Historic The Albany Street Studio UPgrades with SSL C200 HD console New Zealand University of Otago has installed a 64-fader Solid State Logic C200 HD Digital Production Console with two remote Stage Boxes in the historic The Albany Street Studio complex. Built in 1968 by the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation, The Albany Street Studio was a classic BBC No. 2 studio acoustic design intended for recording a full orchestra. The introduction of the C200 brings advanced recording capabilities to the acoustically perfected room, giving University of Otago students a real-world educational opportunity. The C200 HD is used with Alpha Link, Delta Link and an X-Rack with two G Series and two VHD mic preamps.

Tags: Solid State Logic | SSL | C200 | digital production console | stage box | Albany Street Stuio | University of Otago | New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation | Alpha Link | Delta Link | X-Rack
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