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EMG Italy runs over 1,500 annual events remotely with Riedel’s SimplyLive

EMG Italy can remotely produce and distribute a basis of 40 live events per weekend, with up to 30 live sports events simultaneously

Broadcast and media production services provide EMG Italy has revealed it has covered up to 1,500 remote live events by utilising┬áRiedel’s Simplylive Production Suite at its unique broadcast centre.

EMG Italy has installed 13 new, fully equipped Simplylive Production Suite workstations, totaling 41 workstations active over the past year.

The Riedel suite offers flexible setup and ease of use that has allowed the company to manage sport productions and centralise and optimise crews. The platform has also enabled EMG Italy to reduce CO2 emissions by limiting travel to live event venues, said Riedel.

As a one-stop shop for the Italian market, EMG Italy can remotely produce and distribute a basis of 40 live events per weekend, with up to 30 live sports events simultaneously. With built-in video and audio mixers, live replay, file creation, and live streaming and video review, the Simplylive Production Suite covers all the workflows required by television production.

“The EMG Italy Broadcast Centre has been developed to be one of the best high-tech production and distribution hubs for broadcasters, and I am proud to say that we’ve been one of the first companies in Italy to do remote productions with the Simplylive Production Suite. During the last months, we have extended our production environment with additional Riedel Live Production Suites, like in our brand-new Instant Replay Center for Lega Basket Serie A,” said Francesco Donato, chief technology officer at EMG Italy.

“The beauty of the Riedel solution is its scalability and the flexibility to achieve the highest product quality, both from a technical and editorial point of view. Certainly, one of the additional benefits is its capacity to manage TV productions and related workflows that previously required a higher commitment of resources.”