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Dejero Brings the Latest AI Features to Newsrooms Posted: 03/04/2019
Dejero Brings the Latest AI Features to Newsrooms

Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide Emmy® award winning video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is demonstrating a cloud-based workflow layered with the very latest in artificial intelligence (AI) at NAB. The demo shows how Microsoft Azure AI capabilities—including facial recognition, metadata tagging, and speech-to-text functionality—enhance collaboration between traditional newsroom and digital teams to produce stories faster than ever before.

Tags: Dejero | NAB 2019 | AI features | newsrooms | Microsoft Azure | integrated storytelling | artificial intelligence | Smart Blending Technology | Azure Media Services Video Indexer | Bogdan Frusina | Sudheer Sirivara | Microsoft | MKM Marketing Communications | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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Orad RealSet Augmented Reality and PowerWall Enhances RBC TV Production and On-Air Look Posted: 30/04/2013
Orad RealSet Augmented Reality and PowerWall Enhances RBC TV Production and On-Air Look

Orad, a leading provider of video and broadcast graphic solutions, announced that RBC TV, Russias 24-hour news channel, enhanced its studio news production workflow with Orads RealSet Augmented Reality and PowerWall 4K resolution graphics. The combination facilitates a stunning new on-air look with rich graphics projected across 10 55 monitors.

Tags: Video Walls | Graphics | News Production | Newsrooms | Virtual Studios | Broadcast
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Orad Makes the IBC2012 Innovation Awards Shortlist Posted: 19/06/2012
Orad Makes the IBC2012 Innovation Awards Shortlist

Orad is pleased to announce that they, along with ESPN, have been nominated for an IBC2012 Innovation Award. Shortlisted for the IBC2012 Innovation Awards Content Creation category, ESPN was selected amongst dozens of entries for its use of Orads MVP sports enhancement technology for its groundbreaking coverage of the 2011 Grand Slam tournaments. ESPN leveraged the enterprise graphics solution to deliver live analysis of player strengths, weaknesses, and strategy, taking the viewer into the heart of the game while opening doors for broadcasters to offer innovative advertising. Orad is honored to be part of the nomination for the prestigious IBC2012 Innovation Awards competition, says Avi Sharir, President and CEO, Orad. We thank ESPN for their contribution to the MVP sports enhancement technology and leading the way in broadcast innovations with Orads tools. ESPNs producers and talent drive us to be the best in the marketplace.
 

Tags: 3D | Sports Production | Newsrooms | On-Air Graphics | Server Solutions | Workflow | Broadcast | Technology | IBC 2011 | IBC 2011
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TV2 Norway goes HD with Quantel Posted: 17/08/2011
TV2 Norway goes HD with Quantel TV2, Norway's leading private broadcaster, has selected Quantel Enterprise sQ technology to power its transition to HD broadcasting and file-based working. The system was purchased through Quantel's Norwegian distributor AVIT Systems.

TV2 operates from two main production centres in Bergen and Oslo. News and Sports plays an important part in its programming, and the broadcaster also operates a dedicated 24 hour news channel and several Sports channels. All its news and sports programming has been produced on Quantel Enterprise sQ systems at both sites since 2006 when TV2 made the jump to tapeless production with Quantel. It operates an innovative shared production workflow within and between the Bergen and Oslo sites, with either one capable of running as the live production centre at any time.  

Tags: Quantel | TV2 | HD | Newsrooms | News | Enterprise sQ | editing | workflow
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SBS goes to air on schedule with Enterprise sQ Posted: 25/08/2010
SBS goes to air on schedule with Enterprise sQ SBS, Australia's national multicultural and multilingual broadcaster, has completed another major step in its transition to fully file-based operation having successfully gone on air with its new Quantel Enterprise sQ system in Sydney. The new system went live on August 2nd right on schedule; all News bulletins are now live with Long Form production and Sport scheduled over the next two months.

Tags: Quantel | Enterprise sQ | servers | newsrooms | SBS | workflow
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