NAB 2010 Report – Production Switchers

Once again NAB had a few switchers in a suitcase.

NewTek at NAB 2010

NAB 2010 saw a demonstration of NewTek’s TriCaster™ model TCXD850. It’s the latest addition to the TriCaster line of high definition (HD) portable live production systems. ofering a 22-channel switcher, with eight HD or standard definition (SD) digital or analog inputs, two DDRs, titles, stills, two network inputs and eight virtual/mix channels.

If you miss(ed) Kiki Stockhammer at the show the video below features “Elvis” Kiki and updates you on all things NewTek for 2010. 


MONOGRAM’s BCC/Broadcast case is a compact and portable full featured live HD and 3DHD television production and broadcasting tool. The system provides 12 parallel inputs, 8 of which are camera/video inputs. Supported are camcorders ranging from the simplest ones with composite output, to professional SD-SDI, HD-SDI and HDMI. The BCC/Broadcast Case provides a choice of scene setups – prepared broadcast scenes, with animated video clips, jingles and sounds to enhance the production.

The BCC/Broadcast Case with its compact and integrated interconnection, power supply system, Tally and Intercom is a perfect tool for production of live broadcasts even in demanding or impossible conditions for any other existing system. At the same time it offers a never before seen ease of operation and the greatest creative freedom. The BCC/Broadcast case is highly portable and fast. It can be put to work in less than 5 minutes.

REMO PTZ Flypack

The REMO Remote Production System allows for PTZ camera control integration. The unit allows preset links to graphic overlays, rugged portability, fast setup and strike. 


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