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Sony opens 4K download store

Sony opens 4K download store

Sony has launched its direct-to-consumer 4K Ultra HD video download service in the US. Sony Entertainment Network’s Video Unlimited 4K service currently provides some 70 feature films and TV shows,…

4K display battle intensifies

Berlin’s giant IFA consumer goods show is awash with 4K displays. Sony, Panasonic, LG and Samsung are each offering offering new wares, and attempting to show how its 55” or…

Rohde & Schwarz SpycerBox for 4K broadcast workflows

On booth 7.E25 at this year’s IBC, Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH (DVS) will present an unprecedented level of new features for its modular SpycerBox storage solution. Thanks to its…

CLIPSTER continues to set the pace with the launch of a new IMF mastering toolset

On the IBC booth of Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH (DVS) post production customers will be enthusiastic about the DVS news. The CLIPSTER DI workstation will be assuming its leading…

Sky claims live Ultra HD first

Sky claims live Ultra HD first

As part of Sky’s on-going innovation in technology, on August 31st its research and development teams successfully broadcast the UK’s first ever live event in Ultra HD at its West…

Panasonic launching 4K tablet

Panasonic launching 4K tablet

Panasonic has revealed that it will showcase a tablet capable of displaying 4K imagery at the IFA trade show next month. The Japanese electronics manufacturer claims that the 20-inch tablet…

Ultra-HD live rugby for IBC demo

Satellite operator Intelsat is teaming up with BT Media and Broadcast, Ericsson, Sony and Newtec to transmit the Saracens vs. Gloucester rugby union match live from London in 4K Ultra-HD…

LG, Samsung launch OLED TVs in EU

LG, Samsung launch OLED TVs in EU

LG has confirmed the availability of its Curved OLED TV in Germany, becoming the first TV maker to bring advanced OLED TV technology to European customers. The OLED TV will…

ESPN: No plans for Ultra-HD

ESPN: No plans for Ultra-HD

Still hurting after having to close its 3D channel, sports broadcasting giant ESPN say it has no plans to produce a separate Ultra-HD channel. CTO Chuck Pagano says that neither…

Korea’s KT SkyLife Ultra-HD in 2014

Korea’s KT SkyLife Ultra-HD in 2014

South Korean satellite broadcaster KT SkyLife will commence test transmissions of 4K/Ultra HD programming next year, according to Seoul’s Yonhap News Agency. Local cable operators are also planning test-streaming of…