Snapshots of Global Innovation

Whether you’re considering adding UHD HDR to your production toolkit, spinning up a channel in the cloud, or making a move to audience-based ad sales, chances are good that you won’t be charting unknown territory.

Check out how innovative media companies around the world are using Imagine tech to reshape the way they make and monetize TV.

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Behind the scenes of The Big House - home of the #1-ranked Michigan Wolverines

Gain insight into how the University of Michigan production team leveraged ST 2110 to redefine the user experience of the game. Take a look!

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Alaraby Television Network

Alaraby took the strategic step of moving its headquarters, production, and delivery services from London to Doha, Qatar. While originally operating from a conventional broadcasting center in London, the company saw the move as a valuable opportunity to create a facility built around fully IP, software-based technologies that adhere to SMPTE ST 2110 suite of standards.

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Texas A&M University

12th Man Productions, the sports broadcast and post facility for Texas A&M University, has moved to IP connectivity to provide a common production platform for all its sports venues. A cornerstone of the new installation is the Selenio™ Network Processor (SNP) from Imagine Communications.

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Go Malta

Keen to keep rights holders happy, Go Malta has upgraded its playout infrastructure for the sake of its eight live sports channels. Imagine Communications is the new suiter, knocking Bulgaria’s Playbox out of the contract with its highly scalable Versio playout platform and the ADC automation technology.

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Stan Sport

Learn why Nine's Stan Sport concluded that Imagine’s SNP platform was the most cost-effective and flexible solution, and how it was deployed to live production with minimum business disruption within weeks of the testing.

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North Point Ministries

Learn how North Point Ministries in Atlanta has grown to eight campuses and developed a global network of more than 150 partner churches leveraging ST 2110.

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Multiviewing for Sports with Speed and Technique at the NFL

NFL Network’s Charley Haggarty talks about finding a multiviewer to fit with the migration of the network’s production facility to SMPTE ST 2110 IP.

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EMG Shapes the Future of Live Sports Production

Learn how EMG, a leading global provider of broadcast services and media solutions, used SNP to shape the future of live sports production.

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Sinclair's Tennis Channel

Tennis Channel, which is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, is the only 24-hour, television-based multimedia destination dedicated to both the professional sport and tennis lifestyle.

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Nine Network Heads Toward a Platform-Agnostic Ad Trading Future

Australia’s leading free-to-air broadcaster, Nine Network, helped media agencies remove 80 percent of the workload associated with trading TV by moving toward audience-based buying.

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NC State Transforms Distance Learning with SMPTE ST 2110

NC State deployed a first-of-its-kind ST 2110 distributed campus system ― providing a quantum leap in capacity and efficiency and setting an all-new standard in distance learning.

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Videe OBX: Experience the Future of Outside Broadcast

Step inside the brand-new, Imagine-equipped Videe OBX — one of Europe’s largest and most pioneering UHD OB trucks.

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NPC Media Transforms Single-station Facility into a Multi-tenanted, IP Playout Center

With the transformation of a single-station facility to a multi-tenanted, IP-based managed media services provider to the broadcast industry, NPC Media has taken a bold step that will enable them to adapt faster and more accurately to changing market demands.

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Touring Video Drives Flagship Production Truck into UHD/4K Future

Premier mobile production company, Touring Video, gained a competitive edge by upgrading its flagship truck for UHD/4K production — without making a major equipment investment.

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BBC Studioworks Readies Iconic Television Centre for IP, UHD and HDR

A hybrid SDI-IP routing and control foundation at London’s iconic Television Centre provides BBC Studioworks with a seamless path to IP-based production, UHD and HDR.

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VICE Media Becomes One of First News Organizations to Go Pure-IP

The world’s largest independent youth media company became one of the first news organizations to go pure-IP when VICE Media built their next-gen New York-based production center.

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Sky Italia Move Toward Fully Virtualized Audio/Video Routing Ecosystem

Italy’s largest Pay-TV operator, Sky Italia, went hybrid SDI-IP to enable efficient, centralized monitoring of multiple sites and begin a disruption-free, managed transition to an all-IP infrastructure.

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Sky UK Migrates to IP Monitoring & Control and Virtualized Playout

Europe’s leading entertainment company, Sky UK, transformed the way its operators monitor and control hundreds of channels by migrating to IP and virtualizing its two playout centers.

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TVG Achieves Error-free Operations by Automating Horseracing Network

America’s national horse racing network overhauled its entire operation to better utilize its massive video vault and provide viewers with an “as-if-you-were-there” experience.

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TV Azteca Maximizes Legacy Equipment while Shifting to All-IP

One of Mexico’s leading broadcasters, TV Azteca, is extending the life of legacy equipment to drive 120 channels today, while making a gradual shift to full IP and cloud-based operations.

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Global Production Supports 30 Full 4K Cameras in a Single OB Van

Italy’s Global Production drove its new hybrid SDI-IP UHD truck into the winner’s circle during a color shoot-out at Monza, delivering the most accurate rendition of Ferrari’s trademark red.

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tpc Rolls Out ST 2110 Full-IP Uncompressed UHD HDR OB Truck

When tpc’s UHD1 hit the road, this leading Swiss service provider became the first to broadcast a live sports event from a SMPTE ST 2110, full-IP, uncompressed UHD HDR OB truck.

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Steve Reynolds

Steve Reynolds is President of Imagine Communications, a global leader in multiscreen video and ad management solutions that broadcasters, networks, video service providers and enterprises around the world rely on to support their mission-critical operations.

Steve brings 25 years of technology leadership in the video industry to Imagine Communications. He has served as the CTO at Imagine Communications and Harris Broadcast, Senior Vice President of Premises Technology at Comcast, Senior Vice President of Technology at OpenTV, and CTO at Intellocity USA.

Steve earned a MS in Computer Engineering from Widener University and BS in Computer Science from West Chester University. As the Chairman of the AIMS Alliance and a member of SMPTE and SCTE, he has participated in numerous standards-making bodies in the cable and digital video industries. Steve also holds over 40 patents relating to digital video, content security, interactive television and digital devices.