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How Stagebox is making OB more affordable

If you’ve been watching news programs on the TV for more than a few years, one thing will surely have struck you – and that’s just how many journalists, camera crews, sound recordists, engineers and so on are being sent to the furthest flung parts of the world to bring back ‘on the spot’ reports.

That’s […]

July 21st, 2015|

Stagebox and Typhoon powered by Xilinx FPGA technology

A key feature of Stagebox and Typhoon is their ability to adapt and grow with new requirements and changing standards. This flexibility derives from the fact that FPGA devices supplied by Xilinx Corporation is at the heart of Stagebox technology. The use of FPGAs allows us to define Stagebox funtionality through firmware and firmware upgrades, so […]

July 15th, 2015|

BBC tests 4G broadcasting at FA Cup final using Stagebox to deliver content to EE

Interesting press release from EE showing how 4G technology was used during the FA cup final. Stageboxes were used to carry content from the OB truck to EE’s network………

EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, demonstrated live 4G Broadcast of the BBC’s coverage of Saturday’s FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. During the technology […]

June 1st, 2015|

Stagebox adds support for Camera Corps Q3 robotic camera

When considering using remote cameras for a Stagebox production, it’s important to be able to rely on a fully featured, high quality and reliable camera head like the Q3 from Camera Corps.

At NAB 2015 we will be demonstrating a Q3 head with remote positioning and RCP control over a Stagebox link, and becuase the Q3 is […]

April 5th, 2015|

Stagebox in the spotlight at NAB 2015

The prestigious NAB show held in Las Vegas, exhibiting the latest advances in the fields of media and entertainment, is going to take place between the 13th and 16th of April. Stagebox, the leader in providing Ethernet connectivity to broadcast cameras is going to be on display in the South Hall (Lower) at Booth 5508 […]

March 27th, 2015|

A Sporting Chance

Broadcasting live sporting events is both expensive and time consuming but, based on the potential viewing figures, very much worth the effort

As television productions go, live sport is amongst the most expensive and complicated possible. From the much-sought-after broadcasting rights to the state-of-the-art OB trucks, covering a football match, rugby game or boxing bout […]

November 27th, 2014|

Timing is everything

If SDI is to be replaced with a network-based mode of transport, broadcasters and television producers are going to need a way of perfecting timing and syncronisation that matches genlock, and that means the introduction of a new standard.

Ever since it was standardized in the late 1980s, studios, facilities, OB trucks and many other professional […]

October 27th, 2014|

The revolution will be televised

The start of a broadcasting revolution? High praise for Stagebox as millions are brought the Glastonbury experience at home even quicker than before.

Broadcasting festivals has always been a costly and complex operation but now, after experiencing success at Glastonbury, Stagebox technology enables significant time and cost savings for large outside broadcasting operations.

How is this technology […]

September 1st, 2013|