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Cooke brings latest lens innovations to IBC 2018

Cooke brings latest lens innovations to IBC 2018

Cooke Optics will present its latest lens ranges and focal lengths on Stand 12.D10 at IBC 2018. The 65mm Macro and 21mm lenses for the Panchro/i Classic range are now in production and available for demonstration for the first time on the stand, along with lenses from the S7/i, miniS4/i, Anamorphic/i, Anamorphic/i SF and families. Cooke will also announce details of a new range of lenses in the coming weeks.

DPA Microphones Emphasizes Super Sound Quality at IBC 2018

DPA Microphones Emphasizes Super Sound Quality at IBC 2018

Powerful, elegant microphone solutions that allow broadcasters to capture studio quality live sound will be showcased at DPA Microphones’ IBC 2018 booth in Hall 8 (Stand D70). In conjunction with its Dutch distributor Amptec, DPA will exhibit and demonstrate a range of microphones that reflect the company’s core values of clarity, durability and consistency. With these tools at their disposal, broadcast engineers can confidently capture sound across the entire dynamic range, from a whisper to a scream. 

SMPTE® at IBC2018

SMPTE® at IBC2018

The Big Screen sessions feature the very latest in cinema projection and sound installation. The four-day program takes place in the RAI Auditorium. A world-class forum where creativity meets technology, the Big Screen program allows visitors to hear from the talent behind the camera.

Featured Interviews

Taking a Look Into IBC 2018: An Interview with CEO Mike Crimp

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Mike Crimp, CEO of IBC, talks about this year's show.

Q Why are trade shows important, and in particular why are trade shows important in our industry? Are we seeing a drop in interest?

A I still believe people have a real need to meet, to talk face to face. In our industry we are dealing in extremely complex systems that use technology to drive creativity and commerce. It is not the sort of industry where a quick Google search will find an off-the-shelf product, so getting together with multiple potential partners, in the right environment to do business, is really valuable. If you look at the structure of the media and entertainment business, we have a tiny handful of really big suppliers, a few middle-sized vendors, and a long, long tail of small, specialised and extremely valuable companies. This structure has been around for as long as I have been in the industry, and it works. One of the reasons that it works is that it depends upon collaboration which naturally feeds innovation. IBC is a great place for those collaborations to be incubated. Unlike some other exhibition organisers, IBC is not passive. We work hard to create an environment for knowledge exchange and for business, helping exhibitors and visitors alike to plot their course through the latest in technology. We work to foster a sense of engagement across the global industry.

NUGEN Audio Talks New Update to the Loudness Toolkit for DAW/NLE Audio Post Production at IBC 2018

Jon Schorah, Creative & Marketing Director, NUGEN Audio , talks this year's IBC show.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A IBC is an important show for NUGEN Audio, where we get the opportunity to connect with the major broadcast and post production facilities across Europe. It's a great opportunity to hear how we can better serve our customers and introduce the new technologies we have been working on in the last year. We are constantly updating and evolving our products to lead with industry wide changes in audio post production and IBC 2018 is no exception.

Blackmagic Design Talks Accessibility to Trends, Technology & More at IBC

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An exclusive interview with Bob Caniglia, Director of Sales Operations, Blackmagic Design.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A You can never be complacent, and we are always asking ourselves “Where are there holes in the market that we can fill? Where are there inefficiencies that we can improve?” Even within our own product lines, we are constantly asking, “How can we make this product better for the end user?” This is how we constantly evolve, and it’s really thanks to our customers that we are able to reinvent ourselves each year. We approach each IBC show eager to meet with them face-to-face and not only discuss their workflows and how they are using our products, but also how we can improve our products, where there are holes in the overall market and what trends they are seeing develop. It definitely keeps us on our toes and helps us to bring fresh, new ideas to market as well as enhance existing product lines.

Latest IBC News

Nevion updates orchestration and SDN control software ahead of IBC2018

Nevion updates orchestration and SDN control software ahead of IBC2018 VideoIPath to be rebranded as Nevion Maestro Nevion, the award-winning provider of virtualized media production solutions, has announced that it will be showcasing a new update to its flagship and award-winning orchestration and SDN control software, VideoIPath, at IBC2018. Ahead of the event, Nevion is also rebranding its VideoIPath solution as Nevion Maestro (though it will be referred to occasionally as Nevion Maestro VideoIPath in the interim). This new name reflects the fact that…

DNF Controls Goes International with TSL

DNF Controls Goes International with TSL OEM relationship benefits EMEA customers with effective, efficient control solutions IBC Stand 10.B41 Northridge, Calif. (July 31, 2018) - Building on their recently announced strategic partnership with TSL, California-based DNF Controls confirmed they will be present on the UK manufacturer’s Stand 10.B41 at IBC 2018. The award-winning developer of Human-to-Machine and Machine-to-Machine interfaces will be represented by chief technical officer Dan Fogel, who will be on-hand to introduce…

Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ IBC Plans Include its line of Very Smart Robotic Pedestals, Upgraded Control Systems, Absolute Tracking and a New Manual Tripod Series

Shotoku Broadcast Systems’ IBC Plans Include its line of Very Smart Robotic Pedestals, Upgraded Control Systems, Absolute Tracking and a New Manual Tripod Series IBC Stand 12.E42 Sunbury, UK – Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established international manufacturer of advanced Robotic and Manual camera support and AR/VR tracking systems is maintaining its leadership role in the industry by bringing a mix of traditional favorites, products upgraded with technology-rich features and a new manual tripod series to IBC 2018. Highlights of the line-up in Stand 12.E42 will include SmartPed, the world’s most advanced fully robotic pedestal; SmartRail,…

Wisycom Showcases Latest Two Channel MPR52-ENG Receiver at IBC 2018

Wisycom, designer and builder of the most sophisticated RF solutions for broadcast, film and live production, will highlight its MPR52-ENG Dual Channel Diversity Receiver at IBC 2018 (Stand 8.D78). With two built-in diversity receivers with both analogue and digital outputs, the MPR52 is best-suited for professional ENG applications.

IMT Vislink to Launch New Advent Satellite Communication Products at IBC 2018

xG® Technology, Inc. (“xG”) (Nasdaq: XGTI, XGTIW), whose brands are recognized as the global leaders in live video communications in the broadcast, military and government markets, announces that its IMT Vislink brand will be displaying new Advent satellite communication products at this year’s International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) show (Stand 1.A69). IMT Vislink’s Advent satellite products allow operators to access end-to-end satellite communication workflows and provide turnkey deployments in the field.