Posts Tagged ‘Outside Broadcast’
OK, I wasn’t going to make any further links about the Olympics but when I stumbled across this one on npr website I thought it would be a crime not to bring your attention to it.
It’s a little audio comparison between days gone by and Beijing 2008. It’s certainly an eye-opener (or ear opener) when you [...]
I think it’s safe to say that Great Britain managed to pull it off. It was well organised with the most extensive coverage ever, in 5.1 and 3D, and to top it all 3rd on the medal table with more golds than we’ve had for a century! As the sun sets on this summer’s extravaganza [...]
BBC R&D’s John Zubrzycki was in the audience at Broadcasting House to see the opening ceremony shown in Super Hi-Vision (SHV) on a 7680 pixels by 4320 pixels 8-metre wide screen and with 22.2 multichannel 3-dimensional sound system. The combined effect was more like telepresence than TV. John and the rest of the audience were [...]
One of the most precious commodities in an ever expanding world on a non-expanding planet is space. This also seems to be an issue in my house with more things coming through the front door than leaving, especially with children who seem to accumulate “stuff” at an alarming rate. I’m sure it multiplies when my [...]
Dennis Baxter has been altering our perceptions of sporting events for decades – he has been the Olympic Games Sound Designer for every event since Atlanta in 1996 and has engineered the sound for hundreds of other events. In fact, so revered is he that he has won three National Television Emmy Awards for sports audio, and [...]