Studio Berlin expands OB van fleet with U10 and sets standards with new OB van concept Posted: 30/09/2021
Studio Berlin expands OB van fleet with U10 and sets standards with new OB van concept

The German-based TV production service company Studio Berlin has commissioned a new UHD/HDR OB van, the U10, which has already been successfully used in the live production of the German Television Award (RTL). Studio Berlin pursued innovative paths for mobile production units in the planning and implementation of U10. With approx. 60 m2 working space the OB van offers up to 26 people sufficient space for a relaxed working atmosphere. It can work with up to 24 UHD cameras and partners perfectly with a modern support truck. U10 is the second production vehicle (after the U9) that Studio Berlin planned and built with the German system integrator Broadcast Solutions. The most significant innovation leveraged with U10 and never been implemented in this consistency before is the separation of control room and technology. The technical components are not installed in the OB van, as is usually the case, but are housed in a central equipment room in the support truck. A fibre interlink connects both vehicles. Because of the vehicle's size and concept, Studio Berlin is well equipped to realise even the most prominent sports productions and show events.

Tags: Ob van | Germany | Studio Berlin | Grass Valley | Lawo | Riedel | Broadcast Solutions
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AJA FS-HDR Helps Drive HDR Production for Studio Berlin Posted: 15/06/2021
AJA FS-HDR Helps Drive HDR Production for Studio Berlin

From UltraHD to IP, AI and HDR, technological innovations are fundamentally reimagining production and enabling more compelling audience experiences. However, each advancement brings new challenges, as early HDR adopter Studio Berlin has discovered. The technology company has long explored HDR to elevate production quality on a range of projects, including live sporting events like Bundesliga matches, and entertainment programs such as “Joko and Klaas against Pro7” and “Late Night” with Klaas Heufer-Umlauf. Depending upon the project, the Studio Berlin team can either be found out in the field with one of its five outside broadcast (OB) vans or a custom fly pack, or hunkered down in one of its studios in Berlin, Cologne or Munich. Regardless of the production locale, the AJA FS-HDR real-time HDR/WCG converter is employed to serve a range of conversion needs.

Tags: UltraHD | HDR | Studio Berlin | AJA
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Sony announces companies delivering the 2014 FIFA World Cup Posted: 07/05/2014
Sony announces companies delivering the 2014 FIFA World Cup

At the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Sony will be responsible for delivering over 2,500 hours worth of live match footage as the theatre of football unfolds over 32 days, with 64 matches across 2 time zones. Today, the company has announced the firms it will be working with to realise this goal and deliver the most content rich World Cup tournament to date, with all 64 matches delivered in HD, as well as three in 4K.

Tags: Sony | World Cup | Globosat | HBS | Host Broadcast Services | 4K | Confederations Cup | Mark Grinyer | Fujinon | Telegenic | Broadcast RF | AMP Visual | Outside Broadcast | CTV | Studio Berlin | Presteigne Charter | Sonovts | Brazil
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Robe Has a Voice in Germany Posted: 19/02/2014
Robe Has a Voice in Germany

Robe moving lights were once again specified by Lighting Designer Manuel da Costa for the most recent series of the popular TV singing contest, The Voice of Germany (VOG).

The series was recorded at Studio Berlin and produced jointly by a Dutch German collaboration between Taipa and Schwartzkopff TV. It was broadcast on Pro7 and Sat 1 channels where it was again a big hit with viewers.

Tags: Robe | Voice of Germany | LMP | moving lights | ColorSpot | ColorWash | ColorBeam | Studio Berlin | Sat 1
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