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tpc picks Nevion to provide media network orchestration in new facilities Posted: 25/02/2019
Switzerland and rsquo;s tpc picks Nevion to provide media network orchestration in new facilities

Nevion, award-winning provider of virtualized media production solutions, today announced that leading Swiss broadcast service provider, Technology and Production Center Switzerland AG (tpc), has selected its VideoIPath orchestration and SDN control solution for a new IP-based facility for Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF), the largest electronic media house of German-speaking Switzerland.

Tags: Broadcast | Nevion | tpc | SRF | IP
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Imagine Communications Provides Production Flexibility and Quality in New OB Truck for tpc Switzerland Posted: 22/01/2019
Imagine Communications Provides Production Flexibility and Quality in New OB Truck for tpc Switzerland

A remarkable outside broadcast truck, UHD1 HDR, built for Swiss production company tpc using technology from Imagine Communications, completed its first live broadcast – a match in the Swiss National Hockey League in Zürich on October 19, and is now in regular use. To deliver high-performance and multiformat capabilities across a broad range of productions, the truck uses standards-based IP connectivity. Providing extensive functionality in a compact form, the truck is the first step in tpc’s aggressive programme to move to an all-SMPTE ST 2110 production and delivery infrastructure.

Tags: Imagine Communications | tpc | OB truck | UHD1 HDR | high-performance | multiformat capabilities | SRF/ SRG | flexibility | andreas Lattmann | 4K HDR Ultra HD | COTS | Selenio Network Processor | Andreas Kotulek | MKM Marcomms | MKM Marketing Communications
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Archive Operators Cut Cataloguing Time by 75% with NOAs New Metadata Finder Posted: 26/01/2015
Archive Operators Cut Cataloguing Time by 75% with NOAs New Metadata Finder

Archive operators in Sweden  will substantially accelerate ingest workflows with NOAs next release of Metadata Finder (MDF). MDF was initially developed as a tool for VRT in Belgium and its new features will help to catalogue ingested media up to four times faster.

Tags: *NOA | *SRF | *VRT | *MetadataFinder | *archiving | *metadata | *MDF | *digitalisation
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SWISS BROADCASTER SRG SSR TV UNITS CHOOSES TC ELECTRONIC TOUCHMONITOR TM9 LOUDNESS METERS TO COMPLY WITH THE LATEST BROADCAST STANDARDS Posted: 10/09/2011
SWISS BROADCASTER  SRG SSR TV UNITS  CHOOSES TC ELECTRONIC TOUCHMONITOR TM9 LOUDNESS METERS TO COMPLY WITH THE LATEST BROADCAST STANDARDS

TC Electronic, a global leader in digital signal processing and loudness control technologies for the professional audio, broadcast and post-production markets, is pleased to announce the sale of 22 TC TouchMonitor TM9s to the Swiss broadcaster, SRG SSR TV Units (SRF, RTS, RSI and RTR). TC Electronic executives will be available during the IBC 2011 Show to discuss the sale in further detail at the HHB stand (Hall 8, D56).

Tags: TC Electronic | loudness control | TouchMonitor TM9 | SRG SSR TV Units | SRF | RTS | RSI | RTR | IBC 2011 | EBU R128 | CALM Act | IBC 2011
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NOA Audio Solutions Solves Tricky DAT Migration Problem for SRF Posted: 08/09/2010
NOA Audio Solutions Solves Tricky DAT Migration Problem for SRF Sveriges Radio Frvaltnings AB (SRF), which provides technical services to Swedish public broadcaster Sveriges Radio AB (SR), has added a second NOA MediaLector workstation as well as 14 Sony R500 DAT recorders upgraded with NOA adaptation kits to its extensive installation of NOA equipment for migrating and managing audio archives. The 8-channel stereo MediaLector will handle migration of problematic DAT tapes for which highly sophisticated error notification is required.

SR is relying on SRF for a two-year project that will migrate some 200,000 hours of audio recordings to secure and readily accessible digital storage. For the project, SRF has deployed multiple NOA Ingest Line systems including MediaLector to migrate the content of legacy carriers into the managed archive where it will be available to staff via the NOA mediARC distributed Web interface. The overall project began in February and will conclude in 2012.

Tags: NOA Audio Solutions | DAT Migration | SRF
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