Portuguese broadcaster SIC deploys Sony Networked Live remote production solution to support cost-effective regional news
Sony and Nevion, have delivered an IP-based remote production solution to Portugal’s SIC
Nevion's software-defined media node Virtuoso has been enhanced with new wide-area network (WAN) capabilities. The new functionality, which is focused on transport streams (TS) is eminently suited for broadcast contribution and remote production applications.
Norwegian broadcaster TV 2 and telecom service provider Telenor will be building a sports production ecosystem using Nevion solutions, products, and services.
At CABSAT, Nevion will be highlighting recent contribution, remote production and facilities projects, built on the company’s flagship products – Virtuoso, a software-defined media node (video, audio, data transport, processing and monitoring) and VideoIPath, a media orchestration platform (network orchestration and broadcast control). Talk to Nevion about transforming your production workflows!
At the NAB Show, which kicks off on Sunday April 24th at 10:00 am, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Nevion will for the first time be on Sony's booth (C10901). In the “Networked Live Production” area of the booth, Nevion and Sony will be talking about our vision for a distributed production that leverages connectivity in all its forms – LANs, WANs, 5G – and mixes production capabilities on the ground and in the Cloud. We will be showcasing demos highlighting the joint value proposition our companies offer, with VideoIPath orchestrating media flows, and Virtuoso involved as a JPEG XS gateway – amongst others.
Despite Last-Minute Site Change, Riot Games Breaks Records With League of Legends World Championship in Iceland (SVG)
Riot Games talks to SVG about the record breaking League of Legends World Championships in Iceland during which it successfully tested Nevion Virtuoso's MADI capabilities.
In this article for The broadcast Bridge, Nevion's parent company Sony argues that technology is there to serve the media business and is most definitely not an end in its own right.