Multi-Camera Production Transforms 100-Year-Old Publishing Company

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By: Allie Gavette F+W has been providing instructional education for people passionate about their hobbies since 1914. It is primarily an education venue for avid enthusiasts in areas ranging from fine arts and mixed media, woodworking, sewing and soft craft to outdoor pursuits. The programs F+W produces, including nationally recognized hunting TV productions, are shot … Read more…

The Work At Home Weatherman Recipe from Geoff Fox

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Geoff Fox is a broadcast pioneer. He’s also a 7-time Emmy Award-winning meteorologist. Among TV meteorologists, Geoff is the first to develop a method of delivering a standard daily TV weather report about anywhere from anywhere, all by himself. In a previous video, Geoff detailed his workflow from camera to delivery of a high-def, live signal back … Read more…

LA-based Live Streaming Co. Covers Big Productions with Tiny Footprint

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By: Allie Gavette BC Live Productions is a full-service live streaming company that produces concerts, corporate client webinars, sporting events and other live events. The team also provides rental equipment, but their main service is producing live events for clients like Avid, Disney, Honda, Cisco, Google, Capitol Records, and YouTube Space LA. With such a … Read more…

One Man Video Crew Gets “Tested” 5 Hours A Day

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By Brian Leopold If you’ve ever had the desire to build an accurate model of the maze from Stanley Kubrick’s movie, “The Shining,” then Tested might be the website for you. If you can’t wait to try out the latest virtual reality headset, or check out the newest features on your upgraded iPhone, then Tested … Read more…

The Weather Channel Brings Bite-Sized Video News to Your Mobile

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By Claudia Kienzle Atlanta, GA “In my 20 years in broadcast TV, I never thought I’d see a setup like this,” says Jim Robinson, Senior Producer, Digital Video, The Weather Company, an IBM Business. The Lift is The Weather Company’s first morning show produced just for mobile. “My friends in the business can’t believe the functionality from … Read more…

Spotswood High School Graduates Successful Video Pros

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By George Avgerakis There’s little doubt that the average age of video professionals is declining yearly. Low-cost mobile device video capability, laptop and mobile-based editing, GoPros, drones and even studio equipment reduce the barriers to learning and entry. Even young teens can get into professional video production! This decline in cost and barriers creates challenges … Read more…

Students Produce Multi-Camera Video For Muscle Shoals’ Musical Legacy

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By Patrick Collins There is no shortage of theories when it comes to explaining the significance of Muscle Shoals, Alabama in the history – and future – of American-made music. It’s one of four towns clustered together in an area known as “the Shoals” with a population of less than 15,000, a small town by … Read more…

Judo Goes Global With Video

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How video technology has enabled judo to extend its popularity, improve officiating – and develop more economic opportunities.   Judo is a sporting and lifestyle choice for an estimated 20 million people around the world, but outside of Olympic Games coverage it has historically lacked global reach as a spectator sport. This has begun to … Read more…

NDI and the Future of IP

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An excerpt from Dr. Andrew Cross in today’s Broadcast Engineering Extra from TV Technology: “I should say our attempt with NDI is not to circumvent standards bodies. I have reached out to everybody who has worked on each one of these different standards and said “Look, we’ve got this huge installed base. We’re making it very … Read more…

Sports Broadcasting at West Virginia University: Feeding the Fan Frenzy

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By Brian Leopold I am standing on the floor of the West Virginia University Coliseum, a giant, concrete mushroom of building, looking for Chris Ostien, video production director for West Virginia University’s Athletic Department. The facility seats 14,000, but at the moment, except for a stray janitor or two, the building seems deserted. I call … Read more…