From 1 October 2014, the UK broadcast industry is facing a seismic shift in the way programmes are delivered. While audio considerations are to the fore, if you still haven’t done anything about it yet there is no need to panic, writes Will Strauss.
Wohler Technologies has collaborated with local partner Audiopole and France Télévisions to provide a rapid solution for France Télévisions' specific monitoring needs.
South African outside broadcast (OB) company SuperSport Outside Broadcast, formerly known as M-Net Outside Broadcast, has installed a new Calrec Artemis digital audio console in its new OB truck, OB1HD.
For STHLM Fields and Sonisphere headliners Metallica, Slayer, and Mastodon, Starlight built a massive Meyer Sound LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system with close to 200 loudspeakers.
MOTU has announced three new Thunderbolt audio interfaces with complementary I/O configurations, A/D/A conversion with very high dynamic range, 48-channel mixing, DSP effects, and AVB Ethernet audio networking for system expansion.
Taking care of Robbie Williams' April, May, and June tour was a comprehensive package of Sennheiser microphones and in-ear monitors.
In keeping with our continued promotion of all things Pro Sound Awards, here’s a closer look at the four Broadcast Event of the Year finalists.
Chongqing Guotai Arts Centre in China has installed Allen & Heath’s flagship iLive digital mixing system, the iLive-176 Surface and iDR10 MixRack as its new FOH console.
Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training And Tactical Intelligence Operative Network), has just opened its doors in Manhattan's Discovery Times Square, in the home of what was once the famed New York Times building.
Britannia Row Productions supplied an L-Acoustics system for Kasabian at Victoria Park in Leicester.
German broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg (RBB) broadcast the German Film Award using a CEDAR DNS 8 Live to reduce ambient noise and reverb in the main programme sound.
AM July 2014