Entries in 'Broadcast' (131)
Although absent for the event's move to ExCel London in 2013, Yamaha Commercial Audio is back at PLASA this year, where it will show off several new products.
The music recording studios division of NHK, Japan's national broadcaster, is upgrading with Merging Technologies' Horus and Hapi technology.
IBC 2014 has seen HHB Communications host the world debut of the new aNorm loudness algorithm, the Stereo VideoMic X from RØDE (pictured), and much more.
Sennheiser has expanded its Tourguide conference and presentation system with the SL Interpreter, a device for controlling language interpreting channels.
At IBC 2014, Clear-Com is unveiling its LINQ product line, based on the company's I.V.-Core technology.
Genelec is using IBC to introduce the 8320 and 8330 monitors, the 7350 sub and its new GLM 2.0 software.
Allen & Heath, Celestion and Meyer Sound have all signed up as supporters of the 2014 Pro Sound Awards on September 25th at London’s Ministry of Sound.
Audio-Technica is unveiling the AT8024 mono/stereo camera-mount mic at IBC 2014.
A new IBC 2014 panel session will bring together women and associations from across the sector for a series of discussions and networking lunch.
Acoustic consultant and design company Veale Associates has successfully updated the British Forces Broadcast Service's (BFBS) studio facilities in Buckinghamshire.
UK broadcast systems integrator and manufacturer TSL's managing director, David Phillips, has left the company after almost ten years in charge.
TC Electronic has introduced Loudness Pilot, a new multiple stereo and mono loudness controller and true-peak limiter.
Renowned recording engineer and consultant John Pellowe will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Pro Sound Awards on September 25th.
Systems integrator Wire Broadcast has installed three Avid S6 consoles at Smoke & Mirrors, a London visual effects and post production house.