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Securing the future of broadcast at IBC

"Broadcasting is a dynamic industry, constantly evolving around new technology and consumer habits.

"IBC offers a platform for sharing ideas and identifying new opportunities to secure the future of entertainment," comments Darren Fuller, Sales Director at BES.

“One key topic this year will be the change in the way television is viewed with the growth of streaming and on-demand services, allowing consumers to view their favourite content at their convenience. Linear TV is by no means declining but companies need to be smarter about integration with on-demand services, streaming apps and multiple device consumption to create a personalised experience for the viewer.

“All of this will, in turn, put pressure on infrastructure and studio systems to perform better with more flexibility. At BES we have been updating our patching products to provide professional broadcasters with future proof products that they can rely on as the industry continues to demand more. We will be showcasing our products at IBC, stand 10.D57, and invite visitors to chat with us and watch demonstrations to see how we can meet their future system requirements.”

Our Intelligent Mains Distribution Unit is currently proving popular with its remote monitoring and flexible options for mains input monitoring, climatic monitoring and its easy to use webpage interface. It is also currently the only MDU on the market with a hot swappable control board to allow for on-site hardware upgrades without disruption.

Also securing the future in studios are our UHD MUdigSA video patching panels which meet and exceed SMPTE ST2082-1:2015, the Ultra High Definition standard. With performance beyond 24GHz and up to 2 x 32 outputs on a 1U panel, broadcasters can step up to embrace UHD with reliable systems.

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Article first published : 21|8|2018