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Europe

RTS: Monaco Royal Wedding


With a 136-man team and three RTS/TELEX equipped OB trucks AMP Visual TV Group provided the live feed for broadcasters in France and Monte Carlo. more »



Equitation and Sound


Kling & Freitag systems ensured perfect sound and speech intelligibility at the "World Equestrian Festival". more »



Improved UK Facilities


MA Lighting and Clay Paky will enjoy total UK support from newly created Ambersphere Solutions Ltd. more »



RTS/TELEX: Le Mans 24-hour race


Connecting widely spread key locations and making abundant use of RTS/TELEX systems MM Communications captured the race for TV broadcaster “Audi Race News”. more »



Squash world championship 2011


Lighting designer Michael Kantrowitsch about pre-visualizing with the grandMA 3D and the challanges of projecting on a squash court’s glass walls ... more »



Spatial Audio Conference


Due to many requests: deadline for submission of contributions to the ICSA 2011 extended until August 15, 2011. more »



RTS/TELEX at Wimbledon: Game, set and match


British-based NEP Visions covered the Lawn Tennis Championships with systems from RTS/TELEX - including four ADAM matrices. more »



Pandoras Box: Let’s Dance


Let’s Dance, the German RTL version of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, used three Pandoras Box Server PRO. more »



Riedel MediorNet and Artist: EVS Integration at the Tour de France


German public broadcasting network ZDF used a fiber based MediorNet system from Riedel Communications to connect its DSNG and the main OB truck at this year’s Tour de France. more »



Twitter on LSD


Tweets transmitted onto Eurolite LSD curtains proofed a highlight at the U&D festival in Würzburg, Germany. more »



STAGETEC: CRESCENDO triple split


TV production service tpc commissioned a STAGETEC mixing console with additional, extraordinary flexibility for Swiss demands. more »



grandMA2: Welsh BAFTAs


David Horner specified a grandMA2 light for the 20th annual British Academy Cymru Awards. more »



Sennheiser Wireless Systems at ESC 2011


For the 24th time Sennheiser supplied the artists’ microphones and monitor
systems
for the Eurovision Song Contest. more »



RTS/TELEX for RTR


Russian media giant RTR is expanding its network infrastructure and regional studios with equipment from RTS/TELEX. more »



TRK Ukraine: Riedel Artist


Ukrainian Broadcast network TRK Ukraine updated to a new Artist digital matrix intercom system from Riedel Communications. more »



grandMA2: Aida


LD Rob Mills used a grandMA2 light as his control platform for Verdi's "Aida" at the Epsom Playhouse in Surrey, UK. more »



grandMA2: A Galaxy of Lights


grandMA2 masters more than 2,100 DMX controlled moving lights with almost
42,000 parameters at Eurovision Song Contest 2011. more »



Riedel: Signal Distribution the Big Way


For the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 Riedel Communications turned a football
stadium into a 15,000 square meter TV broadcast studio. more »



TELEX Dispatch Academy


Around 20 participants from across EMEA took part in the TELEX RoIP/VoIP Dispatch Academy in Berlin. more »



coolux at ESC 2011


The coolux Widget Designer 3.0 PRO was used at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 to control the three DVI-matrixes. more »



ACE Prague Installs Artist


Czech broadcast provider ACE Prague installed Artist infrastructure in its eight HD camera OB truck, the ACE 08 HD. more »



K.M.E.: First Class Sound


Dresden philharmonic orchestra plays concert for trumpet, live electronic and orchestra with 5.1 K.M.E reinforcment system. more »



RTS/TELEX: Easy to use


Cinevideogroup recorded a-ha’s last concert with Systems from RTS/TELEX including an ADAM matrix 144 x 144. more »



Pandora lights up the catwalk


Coolux' Pandoras Box
at Austria's Next Topmodel. more »



New with MA UK


MA Lighting UK
welcomes three new colleagues. more »



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