From the start of 2014, LORA Solutions has managed the development, maintenance and commercialisation of the Traffic Management solution used for more than 15 years by the French national broadcaster France Télévisions. “We decided to highlight a product that has proved its worth and is still full of potential. We are now working to improve

Forbidden Technologies has launched the next generation of Forscene with new capabilities, an entirely new interface, and a new media asset management system. Stephen Streater, CEO of Forbidden Technologies, commented: “The new Forscene now has an interface to match its 10 years of leadership as a high-performance professional cloud video platform. The new consistency makes

HHB Communications hosted the world debut of the new aNorm loudness algorithm and the latest products from co-exhibitors TC Electronic at IBC2014. TC Electronic’s aNorm normalisation algorithm provides loudness adjustment features that offer a new approach for user-defined Targets for Program Loudness and Loudness Range (LRA). Complementing aNorm is the new Butterfly Processing Meter that

ITV’s Content Delivery Modernisation project  (CDM) has successfully deployed Nativ’s Mio Everywhere software to build the workflows to enable ITV to deliver content to both linear broadcast, ITV Player and to syndicated partners. The content delivery modernisation project at ITV has migrated the broadcaster’s content to a file-based transmission model and brought all catch-up services

RawCut Archive acquires CCTV Archive

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RawCut Archive claims to have become the world’s largest real crime footage source after acquiring surveillance clips business, The CCTV Archive. The deal, which will see RawCut Archive add over 650 clips of crime caught on camera to its business, positions the Soho-based independent as a major destination for ‘real crime’ videos. 74147Since its creation

IABM has announced the winners of its 2014 Design and Innovation Awards, honouring the most outstanding broadcast media industry talent.  This year, the newly structured awards celebrate those solutions that offer significant benefits or new opportunities to the broadcast and media industry and recognise achievements across nine different segments. The winning recipients are: Acquisition and

Corning exhibited at IBC2014 for the first time this year, and announced that its Thunderbolt Optical Cables are now available in the European market in cable lengths spanning 5.5m, 10m, 30m and 60m. The first all-optical fibre cables for the Thunderbolt community, Optical Cables by Corning are enabled by the company’s ClearCurve VSDN optical fibre.

Brightcove revealed finding of its most recent research at IBC, which highlighted the high expectations, and impatience, of consumers when it comes to watching VoD content. Audiences are calling for a faster, more reliable on-demand experience from broadcasters. According to the findings, a third (34 per cent) of consumers wait for online videos to load

Gearhouse Broadcast has agreed a multi-million pound deal to buy the first 50 of Hitachi’s new broadcast 4K ultra HDTV camera systems. The SK-UHD4000 was launched by Hitachi at IBC2014 and has been honoured with a TVBEurope Best of Show award. Gearhouse Broadcast, which already has a sales partnership with Hitachi for its broadcast production

IBC2014 drew to a close yesterday with attendance figures revealed at the wrap-up conference. It was announced that IBC2014 attracted a total of 55,092 attendees, an increase on 2013 of 4%. Attendees from more than 170 countries visited over 1,500 exhibitors occupying more than 50,000sqm of display space through 14 halls of the Exhibition. The