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Anton/Bauer has distributed more than 150,000 copies of the Video Battery Handbook since its initial publication in 1993. As the definitive guide to the care and feeding of video batteries it has been used as a reference and as a teaching aid in film and video courses in many schools and universities.

Dejero Supports Live Coverage Throughout The Summer Olympic Games

ImageDejero, a provider of cloud managed technology for the live transmission of video over IP networks, will be providing on-site support at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Broadcasters and independent video journalists will be able to rent, lease or buy systems to boost their coverage. With athletes from 206 countries competing, this summer's Games will demand rich coverage from all of the broadcasters in Rio. Dejero helps get the right shots in the right places through its IP network connectivity options, allowing camera crews and journalists to pick their best locations to deliver live feeds back to their broadcast facilities and to viewers around the world.

TVU Networks Cellular Transmission Gets the Word Out For The Big Game

ImageAt the annual Opening Night (formerly known as Media Day) proceeding this year's Super Bowl 50 telecast live from Levi Stadium, in Santa Clara, Calif., nearly two dozen media outlets sent their Video Journalists--both professionals and student journalists--to cover the chaos that is Media Day with nothing more than a camera, microphone and bonded cellular video transmission system from TVU Networks. The system is packaged inside a backpack for easy portability, making it easy to maneuver through the crowds of reporters and video journalists inside a stadium. TVU Networks is effectively positioned to provide on-location and on-demand service and support for its full line of IP based live video transmission solutions.

Comrex Unveils New Way To Connect Via Modem

ImageFor journalists working live from the field, connecting to 4G/LTE networks in order to get the story back to the station (or live on air) is a must. These networks are easy to find, easy to connect to, and are often the best tool for pulling off a broadcast in a remote location. They have literally redefined the way remote broadcasts are done. However, data carriers such as Verizon and AT&T are placing fewer resources into designing and supporting their 4G/LTE modems. Comrex, a maker of bonded cellular video transmitters for sending video from the field, is addressing this with its new Comrex Connect Modem in order to support the unique needs of remote broadcasters.

WEHT-WTVW Eyewitness News Relies on Bonded Cellular Technology To get The News First

ImageABC affiliate WEHT-WTVW, based in Evansville, Indiana, recently covered a breaking news story that took an unexpected turn and required live video capture and transmission, as station Chief Photographer, John Simpson was on the scene, without traditional live broadcast capability. "Breaking news, by definition, can be chaotic as all of the information comes in," said Bob Freeman, WEHT-WTVW News Director. "Everyday, we use our TVUPack to cover stories throughout the area and on that particular day, WEHT-WTVW Chief Photographer, John Simpson was armed with only his camera gear and his smartphone as the news of a bus accident broke. What began as a story of a bus running into the terminal and being several hours behind schedule evolved into another story about an aspiring college basketball player. While we and our competitors were covering the bus accident, John came across another story there but, in order to do it, he needed to be able to broadcast it live."

Zylight Delivers the Newz For Video Journalists

ImageZylight is now shipping Newz, a compact LED on-camera light with barn doors and a novel articulated arm that can position its 60-degree beam spread more directly at a subject. Describing the Newz LED as a "soft but punchy" dimmable whitelight with true color reproduction that features variable color temperatures from tungsten (3200K) to daylight (5600K), Zylight is aiming the palm-size accessory at run-and-gun video journalists that need a heat-free, low-power LED source in an all-in-one package.