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Sony acquires Hawk-Eye

Sony acquires Hawk-Eye

Sony has confirmed the acquisition of Hawk-Eye, a UK based company that specialises in providing tracking technology to sports events and broadcasters. Hawk-Eye’s capabilities, based on vision processing and triangulation,…

TripleSEE – the innovative ‘next generation’ bid for local TV services

TripleSee is delighted to express its passionate interest in providing a new network channel to support local TV services in the UK. Led by a former BBC executive turned digital…

Grass Valley Technology sends home the Oscars at the 83rd Academy Awards

High-definition technology from Grass Valley once again played a starring role in the live broadcast and the numerous complementary activities surrounding the 83rd Academy Awards telecast on February 27th on…

Technicolor strong second half

Technicolor achieved Q4 revenues of €1.155 billion, up 21.4 per cent vs. Q4 2009, second half revenues over all were €2.075 billion up 17 per cent. Nonetheless annual turnover was…

VSN to unveil important new features in its broadcast architecture at NAB 2011

Among the new features that VSN will be presenting at NAB 2011 the following stand out: integration of all Archive, News and MAM modules with current domains (Active Directory, LDAP,…

Ericsson unveils its Voyager II

Ericsson unveils its Voyager II

Broadcasting is changing, especially in the Digital Satellite News Gathering (DSNG) and Outside Broadcast arena. TV technology specialists Ericsson has also taken a fresh look at its DSNG kit, and…

Sunplus selects ANT Galio platform

ANT, provider of software and services for the delivery of digital TV, has announced that Sunplus Technology has licensed the ANT Galio Platform and core TV applications. The ANT Galio…

Playout247 opens live TV studio facility

UK broadcast playout company, Playout247, has announced the completion of two flagship connected TV studios. These provide state of the art equipment and live playout facilities to satellite and Internet…

News Corp buys Shine

News Corp has agreed to acquire Elisabeth Murdoch’s Shine Group for $673 million. Shine is a UK-based production company that owns Reveille in the US “In a rapidly consolidating global…

Broadcast incentive could net US treasury over $33bn

CTIA – The Wireless Association and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) have submitted a white paper to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) demonstrating that the auction of 120 MHz of…