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    Olympics Tech Fest

    July 27, 2021

    As the delayed Tokyo Olympic Games finally got underway at press-time, TV Technology published a comprehensive roundup detailing many of the new and unique broadcast-related technologies that NBCUniversal was using to broadcast and stream approximately 7,000 hours of coverage of the event across the world, including unprecedented hours of 4K HDR imagery. The article offers an A-to-Z list of vendors whose technology is playing a significant role in the network’s various broadcasts of the Games. These include UHD playout tools with cloud automation from Amagi, a range of Avid’s remote production workflow tools, video walls and other graphics tools from Chyron, Dolby Vision HDR and ATMOS immersive audio tools, Grass Valley’s IP-based switching technology, augmented reality services from Ross Video, Sony HD cameras and 4K monitors, and much more.

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    Michael Goldman

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