IBC TV renews Grass Valley deal for open-standards IP production | Infrastructure | News | Rapid TV News
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The official television channel of the IBC show, IBC TV, has again chosen Grass Valley as its technical partner, selecting a suite of broadcast production tools to support its live broadcasts from the show floor.

IBCTV Korona 19Aug2019The channel aims to engage more than 55,000 IBC attendees with content from Europe’s leading broadcast trade show and will also attempt to be working showcase for the industry march to open standards-based IP technologies.

IBC TV will use four GV LDX 86 Universe cameras, that combine up to 6X frame rates and 4K Ultra HD into one camera head alongside Grass Valley's XCU Universe UXF base stations, that support the bandwidth requirements of LDX 86 Series high-speed cameras. IBC TV is also deploying a M/E GV Korona K-Frame V-Series system (pictured) that combines mid-range broadcast and media applications. All of the Grass Valley kit is SMPTE ST2110 video-over-IP-enabled and native SDI connected.

“Our customers are continually looking at how they can create new and innovative workflows underpinned by scalable, agile infrastructures that deliver smart workflows. Our deployment with IBC TV is a clear example of that,” said Chuck Meyer, Grass Valley chief technical officer, live.