ACCESS has announced the integration of NetFrontTM Browser NX in the Toshiba TV platform, and the embedding of the browser for the world’s first commercially available Hybridcast TV in Japan.
NHK will showcase the latest developments in its 8K Super HiVision broadcasting system at IBC, but has yet to perfect an image sensor with a sensitivity as high as that of HD.
The World Cup Final was transmitted to cinemagoers in London in Ultra HD using the High Efficiency Video Coding compression format, the third match from Brazil 2014 to be shot in 4K.
NanoTech Entertainment will deliver the first concert film shot and produced in 4K UHD to consumers’ homes.
Based on transformational PowerSmart 3D architecture, the new Maxiva TV and DAB radio transmitters are being introduced by GatesAir for over-the-air broadcasters across the UHF and VHF spectrum.
LiveU has revealed details of its World Cup technology deployments.
Google used its Google I/O conference last month to announce the latest incarnation of a connected TV platform: Android TV.
The integration of SyncNow with the Warner Bros. France app My Warner enables syncing to Warner content and aims to foster the interaction of social communities.
Sky News Arabia is covering all the events from the current World Cup in Brazil, using a Panasonic P2 250 camera, a Sennheiser MHK-416 shotgun mic, a cellular IFB setup and TVUPack mobile IP newsgathering transmitters.
Arkena to deliver beIN SPORTS France's live channels directly via the internet to connected desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
Brazil's Globo network and the BBC will be among broadcasters showing technical demonstrations of Ultra HD coverage from the World Cup.
Bonded 3G/4G uplink technology used during coverage of both the FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the Sochi Winter Olympics will be on show at the LiveU stand at IBC2014.
Hibernia Networks will expand its media contribution network using Net Insight’s Nimbra platform to transport live video from all major Swedish Hockey League arenas in Sweden.
Hitachi Kokusai Turkey has completed the design, construction and fitting out of a DSNG (Digital Satellite News Gathering) vehicle for Turkish broadcaster, FOX TV.
A lot can change in four years, particularly in the world of sport. 2010 saw over 20 million British viewers tune in to the World Cup, with the majority watching it live.
EBU-operated media content distributor and producer EUROVISION, is mounting its largest ever broadcast services operation, for the FIFA World Cup.
Communications semiconductor specialist Broadcom will contribute to the special Ultra HD satellite broadcast of the 2014 World Cup, in partnership with Globosat and Elemental.
Globecast has provided services for the international coverage of the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
At the CommunicAsia show, Newtec and MEASAT Satellite Systems are to deliver satellite transmission of 4K UHDTV video, distributed using the new DVB-S2X transmission standard.
Barcelona-based Cinemartin has created what is claimed to be the first app for Android smartphones that allows them to play H.265-compressed videos, including a version that goes beyond 4K.
The BBC has given the strongest indication yet of plans to launch an Ultra HD service by performing a test broadcast of three matches from the FIFA World Cup in 4K.