New TriCaster Advanced Edition Update Benefits 860 and 460 Users

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(Updated May, 9, 2016) If you own a TriCaster 860 or 460, and have not yet moved up to TriCaster Advanced Edition you are missing out on many added capabilities that were formerly only available on the TriCaster 8000. Here are some of the changes: Mix/Effects (M/E) buttons now also appear on source selection rows … Read more…

How Mustard TV Makes Great Local Television on a Budget

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When the UK government announced plans to facilitate the creation of 23 new city TV stations, they ignited a revolution in how television could become more relevant and engaging to local audiences. The question was: Who would rise to the challenge? Step forward Norwich’s Mustard TV, a small station with big ambitions. Armed with a … Read more…

TWiT TV, Web Streaming Pioneer, Grows Big by Going Lean

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It’s 2005. Longtime technology broadcaster Leo Laporte had just finished up a six-year gig with cable channel TechTV, which took a hard turn away from technology programming and morphed into a gaming network. Instead of throwing up his hands, Laporte decided the time was ripe to do what was unthinkable even five years earlier – … Read more…

Broadcasting and Live Streaming Jakarta’s Java Jazz Fest 2015:

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When Workflow Failure Is Not an Option By Karen Moltenbrey The annual Java Jazz Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia, is without question a headline event, drawing more than 120,000 attendees from all over the world, as international and local artists perform on 17 stages during this three-day event. Those unable to attend can experience the sights … Read more…

The Inside Story on Cutting Live for Beyonce Dance-a-Thon 24 Hours on MTV

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Mitch Jacobson of Category Five Studios shared a behind-the-scenes look at the people and equipment used to produce the Beyonce Dance-a-Thon 24 Hours, on MTV March 9th, in Category Five’s blog.  Noteworthy is that the production made use of two TriCaster 8000 units and their mirror mode, which ensures that high-end mission-critical live production goes … Read more…

Valley Local High School Expands Sports Coverage with Live Streaming

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High school students have only known an Internet-connected, online world. While students’ personal lives are usually connected with friends and family online, schools are just beginning to realize the benefits of sharing major events with broader audiences through cost-effective live webcasting.  Web distribution of major events allows schools to tap into a larger audience and … Read more…

Mobile Studios Broadcasts High-Wire Act to Latin American Market for Discovery Channel

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When you consider the space issues and all the functionality needed for this type of project, NewTek TriCaster really did it, all in a compact box. -Richard Rubin, President and CEO, Mobile Studios Discovery Channel wanted to share tightrope legend, Nik Wallenda’s phenomenal, 23-minute high-wire walk across a gorge in the Grand Canyon with their … Read more…