Archive for October 29th, 2009


Training for Both Audio Professionals and End Users

WEST CHESTER, PA, OCTOBER 29, 2009 — Aviom (WFX Booth 1124), exclusive developer of the world’s most powerful audio transport protocol, A-Net®, is continuing the company’s educational initiative with the announcement of its November Applications & Technical Training Program webcasts. This month, Aviom will be offering two types of seminars: one session is designed for contractors, consultants and other audio professionals and a second is a how-to for end users. The featured seminar for audio professionals for the month will be Aviom’s Pro64: The Next Generation of Digital Audio Connectivity held on November 2, 2009 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern (12:00 p.m. Pacific). November’s featured end-user seminar is Lowering Stage Volume in the House of Worship taking place on November 2, 2009, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern (5:00 p.m. Pacific). more

Ones and Zeros Enters South American Restoration Market with Correct DRSâ„¢

PROVIDENCE, RI – October 29, 2009 – Ones and Zeros ( has recently put Peru on the map as a center for film restoration, with the acquisition of the Correct DRSâ„¢ restoration system and plans to expand to a 10-seat facility. Founder Hugo Pallete wanted to move the company in this direction because he saw that libraries, archives and new productions throughout the Americas continue to look for low-cost, high-skilled workforces to complete large restoration products, but they had very few options in South America. more

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Echolab Offers Inexpensive Upgrade to HD Production

BILLERICA, Mass. — Oct. 27, 2009 — Echolab, a leading provider of professional video production switchers and broadcast tools, today announced a compelling and cost-effective way for existing customers to migrate to HD production. For a limited time, the company will replace a facility’s existing Echolab Novaâ„¢, Operaâ„¢, or Overtureâ„¢ standard-definition switcher chassis for an Echolab Atemâ„¢, the company’s recently launched 1-M/E multidefinition switcher. more

Utah Scientific’s Dot.Box Package Enables Economical Multichannel Operation

SALT LAKE CITY — Oct. 27, 2009 — Utah Scientific today announced the release of Dot.Box, a combined dual-channel master control and routing system that constitutes a complete, affordable solution for broadcasters moving to multichannel operation. With Dot.Box, multichannel is easy to implement, operate, and maintain — all at a surprisingly low cost. more

Avid’s Al Kovalick Awarded SMPTE 2009 David Sarnoff Medal


Leading AV/IT engineer recognized for his numerous contributions to the advancement of file-based video storage, playback and interchange for use in television production

TEWKSBURY, MA, October 29, 2009 – Avid® today announced that Al Kovalick, enterprise product strategist at Avid, is a recipient of the SMPTE 2009 David Sarnoff Medal –honoring his contributions to the advancement of file-based video storage, playback and interchange for use in television production. The award will be presented during a special ceremony at the SMPTE Technical Conference on Thursday, October 29 in Hollywood, Calif. more

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Taiwan Public Television Service Sending Delegates to United States

Gaithersburg, MD October 19, 2009 — The Republic of Chinaʼs National Communications Commission (NCC) has decided to transition Taiwan to digital television. To help implement this plan, they are working through the Public Television Service (PTS) of Taiwan to send seventeen video professionals to Washington D.C. more

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Scharff Weisberg Marks Guggenheim Museum’s 50th Anniversary by Supporting Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “Levels of Nothingness� and Other Events



Scharff Weisberg helped the iconic Guggenheim Museum celebrate its 50th anniversary by providing support for several key events, including artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “Levels of Nothingness.”

Part of the museum’s Works & Process series, the commissioned performance installation was inspired by Kandinsky’s opera, The Yellow Sound. In “Levels of Nothingness,” the pitch, rhythm and content of the spoken word provides the control mechanism for an interactive light performance using moving light fixtures normally found on a rock concert stage. Scharff Weisberg supplied 40 VARI*LITE VL3000 spots for the 35-minute show which enjoyed a limited run in the Peter B. Lewis Theater. more


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