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Harman’s Studer has utilised the IBC 2012 platform to announce a new software upgrade for its range of Vista digital mixing consoles.
Having opened its doors yesterday for the IBC 2012 Conference, today sees the IBC Exhibition officially get underway.
The Audio Engineering Society and the EBU have announced a collaboration officially entitled ‘Next generation AES/EBU Interface Based On IP Technology’, with the intention of producing a new common packet-based ...
As the Amsterdam RAI officially open its doors for the annual IBC Conference, Audio Pro International hereby offers a rundown of today’s not-to-be-missed sessions.
IBC 2012 will see dynamics processing specialist Jünger Audio will unveil V*AP, a brand new two-channel voice processor.
In a move to consolidate its position in the world of integrated broadcasting solutions, Salam Media Cast has opened a new London office that is aimed at enhancing its service ...
Taking place from October 11th-14th at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China, Prolight + Sound Shanghai is set to attract over 400 exhibitors for the tenth edition of the show, ...
PLASA CEO Matthew Griffiths talks to Audio Pro International about the PLASA show’s move from Earls Court to the ExCeL centre.
In a bid to bolster the company’s sales presence in the live sound for broadcast and theatre communities, Harman’s Studer has appointed Rob Hughes to the position of market sales ...
Offering a greater volume of audio content than ever before, this year’s PLASA 2012 show looks set to provide visitors from the pro audio world a jam-packed audio extravaganza.
Wohler Technologies has today (Tuesday September 21st) announced the release of its new AMP1-MADIe, an in-rack portable MADI mixer with Ethernet control and configuration that will make its debut in ...
The 2012 Proms, which took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall, saw RTW’s TM3 play a crucial role behind the scenes at the prestigious event.
More than 50 Lawo systems have been put to use during the 2012 London Olympics, with a host of international broadcasters utilising the German company’s technology.